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If a woman chooses to leave her boyfriend for another guy why would she cry and claim to be upset by the situation?

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2005-11-19 12:20:24
2005-11-19 12:20:24

Thats messed up.... she broke up with her ex just to go out with another guy i cant really say Because she probly feels guilty doing such a wrong move like that First of all, how old is she? I need to know her age before I can answer this question with a correct answer because I have a hunch....but i have to make sure this age is right... 30 hmmmmmmmmmm i see well maybe she just feels bad in a way or she might not have liked it but she really wanted to

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