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Weird Etiquette Question

Cruel_Sandwich
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Weird Etiquette Question#1
Posted: 2/14/08 at 12:40pm
Is it right to wish my divorced parents a happy valentine?
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re: Weird Etiquette Question#2
Posted: 2/14/08 at 12:43pm
Don't get between them. That would make a cruel sandwich.



p.s. Indeed!


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re: Weird Etiquette Question#2
Posted: 2/14/08 at 12:53pm
If you're going to blow that wad, I'd wait until their anniversary and send a card to them then.
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re: Weird Etiquette Question#3
Posted: 2/14/08 at 12:58pm
do it! Rub that salt in the wound.

And be sure to blame their divorce for the way you turned out.
....but the world goes 'round
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re: Weird Etiquette Question#4
Posted: 2/14/08 at 12:59pm
How's therapy going?
"TheatreDiva90016 - another good reason to frequent these boards less."<<>> I hesitate to give this line of discussion the validation it so desperately craves by perpetuating it, but the light from logic is getting further and further away with your every successive post. <<>> -whatever2
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re: Weird Etiquette Question#5
Posted: 2/14/08 at 1:00pm
You would ask this.

Should I wish my friend whose mother just died a happy Mothers' Day?
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re: Weird Etiquette Question#6
Posted: 2/14/08 at 6:58pm
hold on people...cruel, do you mean seperate valentines? If so, that might be ok as it'll show them that you care.....
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