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In the south, it's everywhere, not just rural. He lied about telling his friends and family about me. He cheated on me, as in was in an entirely separate relationship. He got kicked out of college, was cheated on, gained like 100 pounds and his family stopped talking to him for a while all within two years of breaking up with me. It took me a very long time to get over it and even now I will think about it.

It's in the cities, the metros, the rural area, small towns, big towns, etc. Manipulated me to make me believe I would never find another person who would love me. Now I'm 17 and last year he had messaged me about how his girlfriend (at the time), who he had cheated on me with had cheated on him on Valentine's Day. And honestly I'm a lil ashamed that I let that happen to me but at least I learned from it. I hate to give someone so horrible that title but it is what it is.

What I'm saying is this type of person forces themselves to have an accent they have no reason for having. They had mean dogs on chains, rode their unregistered dirt bikes at all hours, you get the picture.

I don't know the name of the people who lived there. When you're 16 you think it's so cool that an older person wants to be with you. Then when you're in your twenties and are skeeved out by the idea of dating a teenager you realize how messed up it really is.

I can't understand how someone my age would date someone even younger than that.

As a late 20's dude about to finish university, this is the best advice I could give another 20-something about seeing legal-but-young (and naive as shit) people.

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