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    Yeh. I don't have an issue with exa being friends. Hubby worked with one of his for a while. But you don't bring them to what is essentially your first date. Someone who was your friend for 13 years but somewhere in the middle you had a 2 month relationship that was just an utter failure, maybe. But not a 13 year relationship. That's a bloody marriage in itself. Not sure why the ex wanted to go either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olive Oil View Post
    I'm not sure I'd be ok with my spouse inviting his ex to our wedding...
    Likewise...l think it's a bit disrespectful to the new spouse regardless of how good they have remained friends.

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    I don't think "married at first sight" is an appropriate forum for expectations with regards to respectful and appropriate behavior.

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    Really!? I had no idea.

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    Who's ready for tonight?
    Spoiled for choice with TV lately.
    It's great because I'm in need of some major distractions

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    It's on at 8:30 yeh? I'll have to set a reminder

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    Bring it on! Looks like it's going to be an interesting week for them. Time to get DD to bed soon so that we can watch it in peace.

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    Oh yes!
    Kids are feckin' feral here tonight.
    I'm dumping them in bed at 7:30 and they can bounce off the walls in there all they like.

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    Default Married At First Sight 2016

    My DH and I dtd early and I've got no marking to do....bring on tv tonight!!! I'm in WA so I can't come on here again until after I've watched it in case of spoilers! Hehe

    P.s. I can't remember names but I hope the QLD couple (with the radio dj) work out as they seem so sweet!!

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    Dave had the chance to say something helpful and supportive and just didn't. Not sure if he's clueless or a bit of a prick?


 

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