At what point should shame kick in? Realising I had a one night stand with a man engaged or realising I am that man's wedding photographer?
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When you realize that you misspelled realize.
Maybe she's from England? Rumour, colour, realise, etc.?
she/he's not it's area code 773
but that doesn't mean they lived in area code 773 all their life.
that is exactly what I was going to say!!
The stuff romantic comedies are made of.
BigCakes - This may blow your mind, but there are English people who move to the US and buy cell phones and text.
Well, if you're not ashamed of a one night stand, the shame should be on him. It's an embarrassing coincidence and you got played. He cheated on the woman he's going to marry.
Charge more :)
773 is Chicago
I'm sure you'll get some great smiles!
Probably at the point when you realize your life is so lame that you post fake texts on a website...
and you read them....
No shame! Just keep a huge smile on your face the entire time!
Damn maybe u should marry him and say fuck the other broad
How far in advance do I have to book you for my wedding?
Ah homo love
Vino, you saucy wench. :)
Probably at the point you realized you spelled realizing wrong.
Is it jus me, or does this seem a lot like the plot from wedding planner? Now all they have to Sonia fall in love. Fail
Score. That is some funny shit
Fakenbake- took the words right out of my mouth. It's a US area code.
Us men are only as faithful as our options, if a chick throws it on us we will take it.
In this case I think you only have to feel shame if you knew he was engaged before you slept with him. Otherwise, it's all on him and unfortunate coincidence.
Me I would say this is a win but whaaateevveeerrrr
How about realizing how to spell "realizing"?
Or realizing you don't know how to spell realizing.
When you cah the check
Or dumbasses she's from England but MOVED to the states. Duh.
I love all the "you spell realising wrong" comments. England and Australia among other countries use 'S' in a few places Americans use 'Z'. \nNo big deal.