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    Pissed at Boyfriend
    IrwinsLady posted:
    Oh he did a good one on me today.. he and his boys are going to see a movie. Well that part is fine, but the movie is Letters from Juliet. And omg I am furious!!!!! He knew I wanted to see it pretty bad and he goes without me. I am completely pissed off to no end that he would do that.

    hope7951 responded:
    Awwwww...that is a chick flick. Why are he and the boys going to see that film. Tell him you are going to Ironman 2 with the girls.
    snowyowl33 responded:
    heheheeh welll you could always rent it, and then play it at home during one of the big sports finals......

    sarahkatara replied to snowyowl33's response:
    oh, i like snowy's suggestion! keep track of his favorite playoffs and pop in Letters From Juliet on the second to last or last game. just say, "well, baby, it just looked so romantic and i never got a chance to see it with you (you know, since you left me at home to see it with the boys)."

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