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Girlfriend going to Cinema with ex? watch


    I woudnt be happy, trust is necessary yes but for me that is over the limit and i would tell her you do have a problem as you have every right too, as others have said dont hide your feelings about this

    Tell her you do not trust him.
    OP if you ever get lonely you can go cinema with me; orange wednesdays :awesome:

    You dont trust her? Thats what your saying. Ex's can be best mates and them going to the flicks together is nothing too worrying imho. More worrying if she lied to you about it.
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    Can I just say that.. just because she was honest with him and told him she was going to the cinema with her ex, does NOT mean that nothing will happen. At first she might not have had any bad intentions i.e.to cheat on you but things do change.. For example I've met up with guy mates my boyfriend didn't like that much, I tried to convince him that I only saw them as friends and nothing else (which was true at the time I said it). He said he didn't like it because he could sense that they wanted to get with me. And he was right 90% of the time, they tried it on with me. Given the circumstances I found myself giving in and cheating on my partner, and therefore he was right in his fears.
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