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Old 05-23-2012, 09:32 PM
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I've always thought that a great break-up of a long-term relationship would involve deep, truthful conversation and one last time in the sack to celebrate what we had -- a send-off full of orgasms and good feelings.

I guess this would only work if the parties are realistic and honest about the relationship needing to end, and don't let it drag out long after it should have. I think it would be so much better to say farewell with truth, tenderness, and hot sex than to wait until everyone is miserable, hating each other, and totally turned off.
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