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Posted by: chat rooms | 2010-10-04

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he is always on chatrooms and i hate it coz the other time i found out he was flirting with ditfferent girls. he is doing his Masters at varsity(Part Time) and when i ask him why he is foever chatting he says he is chatting to his classmates to ask about the school work,that is always the excuse.this really lowers my self estame as i feel like im being cheated on with his Varsity girls since i never went to Varsity after my Matric(i feel so threatened)***sad****

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In many ways there's nothing special about the internet world, except that it makes some forms o bad manners easier - if he was hanging over the back fence and gissipping with a neighbour while ignoring you, that would be seen as really bad manners, selfish and inconsiderate. So is this.
If he flirted with other girls at a party, he's feel ashamed of himself, and this is the same behaviour. He's probably using this as an excuse not to concentrate on his studies. If he isn't a total idiot in his studies, he has not need to keep chatting with his class-mates about what work needs to be done, or to discuss whatever he is supposed to be studying. And his interest in the other girls ( there's no reason to believe these are actually varsity girls ) has nothing to do with their academic qualifications.
Bad manners. Tell him calmly but firmly that if he can't start treating you with respect ( and giving feeble and obviously false excuses is insulting, too ) then the relationship will end.

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Posted by: audacity | 2010-10-04

what a -|- ing loser, his doing his masters and spends time on chat rooms when he has you? holy tap dancing Christ, i can think of a few really fun things you both could enjoy instead of him spending time on a chat room.

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Posted by: cybershrink | 2010-10-04

In many ways there's nothing special about the internet world, except that it makes some forms o bad manners easier - if he was hanging over the back fence and gissipping with a neighbour while ignoring you, that would be seen as really bad manners, selfish and inconsiderate. So is this.
If he flirted with other girls at a party, he's feel ashamed of himself, and this is the same behaviour. He's probably using this as an excuse not to concentrate on his studies. If he isn't a total idiot in his studies, he has not need to keep chatting with his class-mates about what work needs to be done, or to discuss whatever he is supposed to be studying. And his interest in the other girls ( there's no reason to believe these are actually varsity girls ) has nothing to do with their academic qualifications.
Bad manners. Tell him calmly but firmly that if he can't start treating you with respect ( and giving feeble and obviously false excuses is insulting, too ) then the relationship will end.

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