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    Mmm yeah a bit awkward. Some people are just like that though. I've met people briefly and they've gone on to add me on FB. If I don't consider you to be an actual friend why would I have you as a friend on FB??

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    I'm not sure how old you & your ex are but if he's 11 years her senior I'd say she's pretty young And that being said they are 'usually' (just generalising) into having as many Facebook friends as they can get! I only add actual friends & family so only have 60 odd, not 500+

    In the same breath I think they also tend to stalk more & you might also have to put up with her other 'friends' comments too if they are protective of her if she vents about things etc.

    I'd prob just let the friend request sit there languishing for ever like I do for non-friends


 

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