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Psycho Xiaojies

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Re: Psycho Xiaojies

Postby Mr He » 24 Sep 2015, 15:09

I really do not want to talk about my past with my SO. She knows that my past has been... livelier. 2 divorces, one long relationship after the second divorce, and then a few more little bits and pieces there. Do not ask, do not tell seems to be the way that works, and thank God for that.

Her past - she has told me a fair bit earlier on, I listened politely to it. Did I feel jealous? Not really, things change over time, and the persons she liked back then and the person she is with now are all so different. Some of the stuff she told me was from 20+ years back, fine and good, she can talk, I will listen and brush off too many questions.

We all change, our wishes when it comes to our partners change as we mature, and that's it. Nothing is forever, and the person you were happy with 20 years ago is not always the person you are happy with today. Life is a journey after all, the scenery and the persons might change, and so will you.
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Re: Psycho Xiaojies

Postby RickRooney » 25 Sep 2015, 21:37

I ask almost nothing these days. I would just rather not know. I will ask why they split with their last bf and thats pretty much it. Whats the point to get an Asian girl to confess if they cheated? Most of them have and they wouldn't tell you anyway.
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Re: Psycho Xiaojies

Postby tommy525 » 25 Sep 2015, 23:51

Well as to past history you might say to yourself: "if nobody would bang em, maybe you shouldn't either?"
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