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Old 03-25-2010, 07:06 AM
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Originally Posted by StitchwitchD View Post
In various private discussions, the situation that keeps coming up is that a secondary relationship got too involved, the primary got jealous and vetoed it, and that didn't work too well.

So, pulling the nuclear option of retroactive veto is bad, and ignoring the retroactive veto is cheating.
What is a retroactive veto? one that is used after a relationship has started?

So what was the purpose of vetoing? was it in hopes of them cooling off? and how did that lead to cheating? because they didn't cool off?

confusing... and crazy making it sounds like. It sounds like no one acted in anyone else's best interest? is that it?
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