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21 Jul 2006
Isn&#39;t life a hoot!
5 months pregnant and b/f decided that he no longer wants to be a part of the process. He feels he is suffering as a result of my demands and needs. I am apperently affecting his ability to have fun. He will still consider taking me back if I just allow him to be free to have fun and make no demands on him or his time!
What a pathetic dweeb, pretending to be a man ! Tell him you wouldn't do him the favour of taking him back, as a kid who thinks only of fun isn;t man enough for any woman. And remind him that you will be going to the Maintenance Court and suing for the maximum amount of maintenance, as a regular reminder to him of what fun costs. I doubt that there's any point in further dialogue with a kid so shallow
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