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Was He Right?

So, my cousin, who I'm tight with, was dating this girl for about 6 months then travelled to San Francisco for about 2 months in December. I went to his area during Christmas break and then some of my friends around there said the girl's been sluting around ever since he left. I wasn't exactly sure about it, so I confronted her about it. At first, she totally denied it but later confessed and made me promise not to tell him becuz she wanted to tell him herself. I was cool with that and I let it pass.

But I guess she never did and because when my cousin came back and called me to know how things were generally, I noticed he didn't know about it yet so, I had to bite my tongue and make our conversations short so I don't spill the beans. Then, sometime this March, a friend of mine told me he broke up with her and gave me exact details of how it happened. He took her to a karaoke bar with a couple friends and placed her in the front seat. She was happy about it becuz she didn't know what was going on. The he went up to sing and guess what? The song he chose and sang was Eamon's "Don't want you back". . .the uncensored version. When he was done, he threw the mic at her and left while she sat there and cried till someone else offered her a ride.

Now my question is, was he right in breaking up with her in public view the way he did?

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Maturity isn't the matter. It's about being held responsible for the way that you treat people. Also, you have to admit that the man was very creative in the way that he broke it off.

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Oh well, we can't all be mature.

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She deserved to be reprimanded yes, disgraced and publicly humiliated - NO.

Your analogy is as flat as a pancake.

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Magz sweetie, it was a joke.

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He shouldnt have broken up with her in public.

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There are much better ways to deal with a situation like that.

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ha ha ha ha ha.v funny. and right to do so, cus she's wat she is ,a "H".

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two can play the game !

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That will depend on what you called public, I guess you first heard from the public that she was sleeping around, as the saying goes, the last to hear about one's whisper is oneself. The only problem is that she might think that you spill the bean. Anyway, you should be happy for your cousin for not taking the relationship to another level.

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This is childish, so so childish. There are ways u walk away that the girl will always always do anything to have u back. U'll have respect & the lady will keep saying 'u are the good guy she lost'.

I can't even date a guy like that, does he think it will be a plus to his ego if he told me that's how he layed off his 'ex, dang, i'll pick my slippers & run. Cos i wonder what he'll do to me if i hug my brother. Anger management na whahala, people like that can kill sef. O. J Simpson.

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so immature on the guy's part totally wrong to do that, after all he won't be the first person to be cheated on

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The guy was pushed, broken and alienated by her promiscuity and snapped.

Sometimes our cure is greater than the disease. Either way we can be happy we are rid of the disease.

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Sounds childish, but I don't pity her. She deserved it!!!!

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OUCH!

i knda understand why he'd want to break up with her that way,

as for wether it was right?,,,,,,,,,,, who are we to say really?

its a a question of individual situation and personal choice,

can anyone really say what exactly led him to do it that way?

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in all honesty, it wasn't right. yes, the girl might have deserved the song but not in public view. i guess he was too angry and he let his anger get the better of him.

Just sad.

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