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Should you care if your girlfriend and her ex are still best friends?

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2011-12-13 23:17:53
2011-12-13 23:17:53

You should care because if they are still friends and they are ex's they still have something there. Make them end there friendship and if they don't want to you know that there is still something there between them and they haven't gotten over it.

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