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  1. #1
    mz1050 Guest

    Default girlfriends and puppies

    I bought my girlfriend of over a year a puppy a while back. We broke up and both agreed to steer clear of each others friends, and both agreed to be civil to one another. A few days later I found out she slept with one of my good friends, and when I "nicely" asked to talk about it, she said "I am fucking stupid and she will not talk about it because she did nothing wrong." This is where I had to put her in her place. The dog is legally in my name and has been staying with me for the last 6 months. Am I justified in keeping the dog? While it was a gift, the disrespect she showed and lack of remorse, along with the fact that she ruined a great friendship that I had, make me feel like since she made her bed, she should sleep in it. Plus I really like the dog myself! Or perhaps I should charge her what I paid to get it back?
    Last edited by mz1050; 02-11-2010 at 10:17 AM.

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    Default Re: girlfriends and puppies

    id say you get the custody of the puppy and she gets it on alternate weekends.

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    Coyote Guest

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    how good a friend is the bloke she bagged? if you and he can't put her in the corner where your friendship is concerned, that is if she has taken a mate off you...... the puppy is yours.

    i would rather have a pet dog than a dog of a mate or a dog of a girlfriend. they get each other, you get a friend who gets the whole 'loyalty' thing. you win mate

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    Default Re: girlfriends and puppies

    plus that dog and a story behind it could be a chick magnet or a good prop. hell, the dog might even be a pretty cool wingman

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    Default Re: girlfriends and puppies

    ya - take the puppy

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    Coyote Guest

    Default Re: girlfriends and puppies

    i have some objection to using animals as something that symbolises the relationship. it can be a very chumpish thing to land on her as a means of trapping her or making sure that you both share something living et al.... i have moral and ethical objections.

    i wanted a cat some time ago so i got one. what is between me and the cat is between me and the cat and i have not involved anyone else.

    good on this bloke for wanting the puppy though cos that is quite different to what i am saying.

    some people just don't think when they give gifts of any sort. chicks know what we are saying with our gifts better than many blokes do

  7. #7
    MelbStud Guest

    Default Re: girlfriends and puppies

    Keep the puppy if you want it. They are good props.

  8. #8
    Heartbreaker Guest

    Default Re: girlfriends and puppies

    Give her the puppy, dont ever talk to her or to the fake friend! Respect your self ! Get more girls fast and make sure everybody knows !
    Last edited by Heartbreaker; 03-22-2010 at 04:18 PM.

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    johnwarner Guest

    Default Re: girlfriends and puppies

    Being a pet lover and an animal rights activist, I would veto ever giving a puppy or any pet as a surprise. Pets need to be wanted and planned for.


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