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I need a breezy response!

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TalkingofMichaelAngel0 Mon 06-Mar-17 07:01:51

These things happen.

TalkingofMichaelAngel0 Mon 06-Mar-17 07:01:30

It is what it is.

WeAreNotInKansasAnymore Mon 06-Mar-17 06:59:52

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

BrownEyedLady Thu 02-Mar-17 09:53:37

"Things just didn't work out" then change subject. Might be worth reading the headlines or something for a while to get some other things to talk about.

kittybiscuits Wed 01-Mar-17 17:17:21

'It was a long time coming'.

FV45 Thu 23-Feb-17 14:50:51

"It is sad, but it was the right thing for both of us"

siucra Thu 23-Feb-17 14:47:34

Thank you!

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Justmuddlingalong Thu 23-Feb-17 11:09:42

Just say 'don't be sad, I'm not'.

siucra Thu 23-Feb-17 11:04:02

I am in the process of getting divorced and all my close friends and family know. However my self and soon to be ex work in the same organisation. Everyone will know n the next few weeks and I am bracing myself for all the commiserations. But what do I say back? I don't want to have t look all sad if I don't feel it, yet I need something practical and breezy. Any advice?

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