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Why would a guy you dated a few times who said he was really interested and who told you you had all the qualities he liked in a woman suddenly become distant and blow off a date he planned with you?

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2005-10-18 22:11:24
2005-10-18 22:11:24

Because some guys will say or do anything to get hooked up. Or he really just could not make it. Loss of Memory?

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