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Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2004 22:44:51 -0500
From: SBN <info_nospamnospamservices.com>
Subject: Re: Need advice


ROFL Fred W. wrote: > "Kristian Steve Jensen" <dat0hksjnospam.hitos.no> wrote in message > news:2uciivF28r984U1nospamberlin.de... > >>I need some advice regarding a decision that might change my future... >>Lately I've been suspecting that my girlfriend is cheating on me. There >>has been several signs, her cellphone calls and she hangs up when I'm >>around, and if I answer it, whoever it is hangs up. She often goes out >>with her "girlfriends", and whenever I ask which ones, it's always someone >>from her work that I don't know who is. >>I always try to look for her taxi when she comes home, but she always >>walks the last bit to our house, and I hear a car pull away. Maybe it >>isn't a taxi? >>A couple of days ago I picked up her cell just to check the time, and she >>freaked out and told me to stay the fuck away from her phone and called me >>a spy. Anyway, I haven't confronted her yet. I think deep inside I didn't >>want to know the truth, but last night I decided to check on her. I >>decided to hide behind my car to get a view of the whole street and see >>which car she came home in. While I was crouching down behind the car, I >>noticed lots of rust in my wheel well. Do you think I should take this to >>a bodyshop and get it fixed, or should I try to fix it myself? > > > Considering that the wheelwell liner is plastic, you have some very serious > problem if it is rusting. I would definitely take it to an expert as home > repairs can be worse than the original problem. > > Oh, and as far as the girlfriend, no big deal... just ditch her. > > You know, girlfriends can easily be replaced, but a good condition SAAB is > hard to find. > > -Fred W > >

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