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Reply Mon 3 Apr, 2017 07:20 pm
The word ex seems thrown cold and we use it all the time. I think a lot of people suffer over these words. Or thrill.
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Reply Mon 3 Apr, 2017 10:54 pm
@ossobucotemp,
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The word ex seems thrown cold and we use it all the time.


Conversely, thrown cold's nonpareil pristine perfection deserves better.

Ex is thrown cold and unweaned from the bosom of togetherness.

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I think a lot of people suffer over these words. Or thrill.


To excruciate or to excite the choice is ours.


You thrill me
I know you, you, you thrill me
Darling, you, you, you, you thrill me
Honest you do

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Reply Tue 4 Apr, 2017 06:40 am
At what stage does the person become an "ex"?

How long do you have to date or be involved to become an ex, as opposed to "someone I used to know"?

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Reply Thu 6 Apr, 2017 06:51 pm
@PUNKEY,
Good question. I think there is a lot of variation, depending on different points of view. I'm guessing people are meaning the last lover one was seriously caring about.

In my case, we were together 23 years, a mix of excellent and not quite so excellent; 20 years since the breakup, and we're in a long term good friends stage. I don't mind that he loves his next wife and she seems not to mind that he calls me a few times a year. I've been considering using his real first name on a2k on the few times I mention him, instead of the ax-like word, ex. I did that once, and it felt comfortable.
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