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  1. Stargazing
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    28 Nov '12 07:50
    Originally posted by Trev33
    ...lets say a couple are getting married and one of them wants to invite an ex, ok?
    Here is evidence that stronger chess ratings do not make you more intelligent.
  2. Stargazing
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    28 Nov '12 08:05
    The post that was quoted here has been removed
    Did you think I was referring to your high chess rating?
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    28 Nov '12 08:151 edit
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Here is evidence that stronger chess ratings do not make you more intelligent.
    Intelligent people would ask what i believe before thinking what i'm posting relates to what i believe.
  4. Standard memberyo its me
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    28 Nov '12 08:30
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Intelligent people would ask what i believe before thinking what i'm posting relates to what i believe.
    What do you think then?
    Personally I wouldn't want to watch an ex get married to someone else- either I wouldn't care about them enough to be bothered enough to go or I'd still love them and not be okay with watching them marry the wrong person! I don't do wish-washy feelings.
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    28 Nov '12 09:06
    Originally posted by yo its me
    What do you think then?
    Personally I wouldn't want to watch an ex get married to someone else- either I wouldn't care about them enough to be bothered enough to go or I'd still love them and not be okay with watching them marry the wrong person! I don't do wish-washy feelings.
    I think no but i wanted to hear from others to prove my point...

    I have one friend who's an ex, i wouldn't have a problem going to her wedding if she was getting married, there's no feelings there from both of us but looking at it from the guys point of view it's not fair on him if an ex was there.
  6. Subscriberkevcvs57
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    28 Nov '12 16:52
    Originally posted by Trev33
    I think no but i wanted to hear from others to prove my point...

    I have one friend who's an ex, i wouldn't have a problem going to her wedding if she was getting married, there's no feelings there from both of us but looking at it from the guys point of view it's not fair on him if an ex was there.
    Well you can listen to these rom com spangles if you want to confirm your own limited view of the human heart, I say again, it depends on the relationship between the two ex's, and the ex and the present partner.

    If there are children of any age involved it is doubly important to try and have a close, friendly relationship with your partners ex, which includes an invite to a massively important life event such as a wedding.
  7. Stargazing
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    28 Nov '12 20:47
    Originally posted by Trev33
    Intelligent people would ask what i believe before thinking what i'm posting relates to what i believe.
    Why ask when assuming is much more fun?
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    28 Nov '12 22:10
    Originally posted by divegeester
    Why ask when assuming is much more fun?
    True, who doesn't like a good omelet?
  9. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    28 Nov '12 22:28
    Originally posted by Trev33
    True, who doesn't like a good omelet?
    I don't...Easy over for me, thanks. 😉
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