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Hi Mary

I thought it was a little sad as well because it hints at the truth. But a little funny as well.



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Susan R

i truly hope it’s not that bad! 😙

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It happened to me when I met a gentleman and we stared  dating. That was my first or second date after my surgery in Athens. He was a pilot for Olympic Airlines. All was going fine until he asked me the relationship to be serious.

i was very much happy, I was saying to myself inside me, wow, look at yourself, you are gorgeous etc etc etc...


Then, I had to tell him my secret before everything advances.

I told him and all of a sudden he stares at me and says:

” are you a man?” and he left the restaurant.


with shaking hands, I paid and left the restaurant like a wet cat.


Never again I saw that man.


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Hi Dinaki

Good riddance to him you don't need people like that in your life. Hopefully you will find someone worthwhile in the future. 

Good luck


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