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24 hours is only a glitch, not a breakup. But it doesn't signal good times ahead ...
eh. i say if it's more than a couple week stint. anything less than that is a breather. everything ok doc?
I think you should start drinking irresponsibly heavy and listening to Hank Williams (Sr.) now, you know, to avoid the rush in a few weeks.
If she didn't change the locks and throw your shit out on the front lawn.... Then I'd say its just a little decompression time. Hope all is well.
i feel that if they get back together at any point within a year the breakup doesn't count.
I think a week without changing your mind and getting back together counts as a breakup.
Oh, geez. I figure, if x = the length of the relationship up to the point of breakup initiation, you've got until x/2 until it's really, totally, for sure over.However, I also feel it is reasonable to begin reviewing applicants for the position of "rebound" after a decent, respectful 24-hour period.Why do you ask?
Fanny: Glitch, yes . . . Thanks for coming by and dropping knowledge.Log: Breather, yes . . . We all need a breather. Everbody needs a little time away. In fact, even lovers need a holiday. Oh, snap! I love that song.Casey: Irresponsible drunken country singing may be in my future.Comment Deleted: Thanks for coming by, typing somethin, and deleting it. Jake: Shit thrown on the lawn is a sign of something, to be sure.Jov: Within a year, eh? That's giving quite a bit of slack.Sabina: I think you may be right on the week thing. Mike: Thanks for getting albebraic on that ass! Reviewing applicants! Too much.Me: Glad we agree. I like when people agree with me. It's really in everyone's best interest, since I'm always right about everything, ever.
Two weeks. By then both parties have decided that they're not going to talk to the other party and everything starts to go cold.
24 hours can just be cool down. I hope all is well Doc.
Man, just leave the shit behind. There's no such thing as a break, or a cool down, or a stint. Don't wait around to hear the same bullshit words from her.
I hope everything is ok.
24 hours does not a break up make. But it's a good excuse for make up sex.
I would say that there's a 48 hr buffer. If things are patched up within 48 hrs then it shouldn't count, however, if one partner moves onto someone else within the 48 hr period then the breakup has be solidified
I am going to say a month.
(I should add I have absolutely no facts, research, theory, studies, experience, or anything-the-hell-else to base that one month thing on...If you dumped her, then she will call you in about a month--since it is International Female Law that a woman is never dumped by a man.In other words, she will call you, go out with you a couple times, and then SHE WILL DUMP YOU, so the "order in the universe" [sic] that "women are in charge" [sic] is restored...)
Regardless of the time frame, the key is clarity on both sides, or an episode of Friends comes to mind: "We were on a BREAK!"
I'm illegally downloading that song when I get home.Such a good one.
Topolk: You are the only guy to say two weeks, but I kind of see where you're going with that.Charm: Yes. The cool down. Like aerobics.Casey: Which bullshit words? I usually do most of the bullshitting.Radio: I'm always OK. Mostly.Donk: I'm surprised you're the only one to mention the make up sex. You can't go wrong with that stuff.360: 48 hours. Yes! Like Eddie Murphy and Nick Nolte.Zen: Hahahha. You never fail to drop mad knowledge. Dog: Clarity. True . . . SO: Which song, bro?
I think it all depends on whether or not either of you's banged someone else!
"So much has changed in these past 24 hours. I've grown up a lot, thought about us, you know?"I say any period of time that sounds ridiculous in that sentence doesn't count.
24 hours ain't shit.
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