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(12-05-2009, 11:59 PM)LuMPyPussy Wrote: I don't know if anyone's ever noted this before but Abraham Lincoln, whom Jives claims to be related to, is quoted as saying "no man has a good enough memory to be a successful liar."

Man, is that ironic or what? ::lol::

I'm going to post that in one of his future lame, dumb ass, nauseating threads.
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Re: Adultery
Originally Posted by Ahso! View Post
This may be the best advise you could give your friend but it also may be the absolute worse advice you could give him. The problem is you just simply don't know which it is, and neither may your friend or his wife. It's not your relationship and therefore should remain neutral about that while being a good friend and listen to your friend. They both are most likely in an emotional state you cannot imagine. It's said by many psychologist's and just about all marriage counselors that infidelity is one of the most difficult events to deal with. Advise your friend to seek professional advice.

I'm happy for those of you whom have never had to experience this, but really, you haven't a clue what you are talking about unless you've been personally touched by infidelity.
True enough...after I told him that, I relented and thought about it. I suggested exactly what you said, counseling, since I'm not a professional. [b](Although I do have about three years of psychology under my belt)[/b]

Unfortunately, she became very abusive to him and cheated on him again. I really do believe that she's trying to send him a message. (Let me go.)

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Really, i've heard it all now78:
I would stop eating chocolate.. but I'm not a quitter!

(12-07-2009, 04:11 PM)Freak magnet Wrote:
Walter Mitty Wrote:(Although I do have about three years of psychology under my belt)

Really, i've heard it all now78:

I doubt that failing psych 101 three years in a row constitutes 'three years of psychology'. 78:

From here on out, I dub him 'Walter'.