Best break up advice ever.
I never understood this. How the hell is it better? For example, I would rather never have a Ferrari or a billion dollars than to be given it then have it taken away. In my opinion, it's much worse to have had a taste of something and have it taken away than to never have had a taste in the first place
@Beggar Mugger, it seems you have never had a crazy ex. Good riddance I say to that Jezebel
@GFDOOM, I can understand that situation but the way saying phrases is, it sounds like the relationship is a good thing, so why would you want to lose it?
@Beggar Mugger, I disagree. It seems that the woman started out great which is where the love came but ended up being a psycho
@Beggar Mugger, or to paraphrase a s5 episode of south park, God has to give us things so that when he takes them away it will hurt more. He gets his incredible power from our tears.
@Beggar Mugger, As someone who dated for three years and only recently got over that loss of a relationship... yeah, I'd agree. That phrase is dumb.
@Beggar Mugger, if rather get it in than not at all.... unless herpes
@Beggar Mugger, because in the time you loved, you experienced true happiness. Material possessions can't really satisfy that... or so I'm told.
@18bluecat, ok, now imagine experiencing true happiness and then having it taken away. It's like that scene from Rick and Morty where he experiences true level and then goes back to normal
Some simp would try to reason with this
Well I'm 3 years in and so far I already regret it... So yes. What you said.
@Flappy tits McAids, you could always fake your death
thanks random photo. saved... forwarding to ex-wife
Me and my girlfriend of 8 years broke up and I can say I'd much rather have not lost it
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