divorce.....

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  1. manu1959
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    today my personal assistant asked me to lunch to tell me that her and her husband are getting a divorce....new house...6 year olde daughter......what do you say to someone.....bloody tragic.....

    poor girl
     
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    You listen, then say how sorry you are and if you and your wife can be there for her and her little girl you will. But you already knew that, that was more of a rhetorical question???
     
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    You need to tell her that you hope her personal problems don't become an excuse for shoddy performance at work. :teeth:
     
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    Ass.
     
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    I'm just saying....
     
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    I know.

    Ass. :spank3:

    :D
     
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    HOw many here think she's in love with manu? I do.
     
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    Bonnie's right.... there isn't much more you can do than that.....

    it's frustrating, actually....

    P.S. I could start on the need for divorce reform in this country, but I'll spare you all......
     
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    Say you understand it's hard for her, but a woman has to trade up when and if she can. What about her happiness?

    She probably seeks an extroverted, financially and emotionally stable sports lover who loves to travel, and is taller than 5'11.

    :banana2:
     
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    Women do not "trade up" unless their current model becomes totally unreliable, and isn't worth the cost of repairs. :D
     

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