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Re: returning things after break up
« Reply #80 on: October 20, 2012, 09:28:05 PM »
ako naman kasi, i have reason why i have to return those things.

Itinapon ako ng lolo nyo, twice.


para maramdaman nya kung anong feeling na itinapon.

Lalo sana na dapat you didn't return the things he gave you.  Baka natuwa pa yun :)  Ako naman hinihingi ko pabalik yung iphone na bago at that time na binigay ko, ayaw ibalik hahahah
We tell lies when we are afraid... afraid of what we don't know, afraid of what others will think, afraid of what will be found out about us.  But every time we tell a lie, the thing that we fear grows stronger.  ~Tad Williams


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Re: returning things after break up
« Reply #81 on: October 25, 2012, 04:13:32 PM »
i return his things nung closure namin i have to return one last item kasi bigay yun ng parents nya. it make me feel better khit nga birthday gift sinoli ko i dont need those things. sarap ng feeling cause mas lighter and without a burden


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Re: returning things after break up
« Reply #82 on: November 04, 2012, 02:07:48 PM »
Ako, pinadala ko sa bahay nila. I had his exhibit artwork kasi and naisip ko, baka gusto ng youngest brother nya dahil super idol nya yung kuya nya. Then sinama ko na din yung webcam na binigay/pinahiram nya sakin before he left for canada, tumbler with our pics na di ko naman ginagamit, stuff toy na di ko naman talaga gusto. Hahaha. Pro syempre di ko sinoli yung mga gusto ko na binigay nya na medyo pricey din like yung bag, watch, necklace, ring, ck shades etc... Ginagamit ko kasi without any bitterness naman and pa-consuelo for everything he put me through.


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Re: returning things after break up
« Reply #83 on: November 07, 2012, 03:16:06 PM »
actually siya yung nagsoli..yung mga cards/letters na binigay ko sa kanya.. pati yung bracelet, pero sabi niya ibalik ko na lang daw sa kanya kapag nagkabalikan kami.. e hindi eh!  ;D

ako yung mga binigay niya nasa akin pa din.. he gave me a ring nung bday ko, hindi ko na sinusuot pero nakatago lang.. yung giant bear na bibigay niya nasa tabu lang ng kama ko.. meron pa nga kami couple shirt e, hindi man lang kami nagkaroon ng chance na masuot.. I still wear it, ginawa kong pambahay.. haha..

hindi naman ako bitter.. pag nakikita ko yung bear, napapangiti na lang ako.. dahil kahit papano, kahit hindi naging kami hanang hulim naging happy ako sa rel. namin  :)


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Re: returning things after break up
« Reply #84 on: November 07, 2012, 07:11:34 PM »
pretty_in_white: alam mo sis, hindi lahat ng may relasyon, pare pareho pinagdadaanan kaya hindi natin alam ang sitwasyon.

ako naman kasi, i felt lighter and much better when i returned those things.

kasi after that, wala kang iniintindi diba.

tignan mo ng si kc concepcion, ang kamat saka tv nya sa condo, galing kay piolo, pinamigay na ata or isinoli at bumili sya ng panibago.  =)


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