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I Want To Kiss My Ex-Boyfriend.

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#1 melonbunnie



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Posted 24 April 2012 - 01:50 AM

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Everyday. We broke up a little over a week ago. Mostly because he turned into a rude jerk who ignored me. I brought up the break and told him I was stressed out. And then he followed up by telling me all of my flaws and saying I was awkward.

We dated techinically for 4 and a 1/2 weeks... but the whole thing was different than the norm and we basically acted like we were dating for 3 months. And during that time, we talked about kissing a lot. I complained that he was a sissy for not kissing me or making the first move, and he retorted that the time and place was never right. At the same time, I never wanted to make the first move... until now.

Yeah, it's a little messed up that I want to kiss him now more than ever before. Every day I think... "It would be nice to show him to make the first move and what you're actually supposed to do."

I feel like if I kissed him now, I'd gain some closure and stop thinking about the kiss I never got.

He's moving this summer so after I kissed him I'd only have to deal with a little awkwardness for a month or so and then he'd be gone for my life.
He's not dating anyone.
The situation is perfect.
And I'm seriously considering.
What do you think??

#2 Bud



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Posted 30 April 2012 - 12:14 PM

Dear melonbunnie

There is no point in kissing a rude jerk who ignores you. Why get intimate with someone that your not compatible with? Why give them this gift when they are no longer deserving of your company? I think that you will easily get closure once he is out of your life for good. Save your kisses for someone more deserving and you will both enjoy it more. It will mean something unlike this unnecessary destraction.

All the best - Bud.

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