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HOW TO GET RID OF YOUR GIRLFRIEND Unfortunately the relations of the couples do not always go well They never stay the same as they are at the first day Their feelings towards each other change in a bad or good way for the couple By the time passes serious problems may occur in their relation If both of the couple lose their feelings they can easily end up their relation But It is not so easy when one thinks that it must go on and the other thinks not There are some tips for those males who want to get rid of their girlfriends even though their girlfriends do not want so In such situations your late or wrong arrivals to your meeting points your annoying emphasizes on your important personality some talk about your older girlfriends criticizes of the mistakes she makes and some annoying behaviors that she does not like will certainly help you to get rid of your girlfriend The order of the tips is as important as how you are successful at them So be careful to follow the instructions in the right order to get rid of your problem your girlfriend The first step of this salvation period is about not caring your meeting time and place The meeting time is very important for both but especially for female They want to be cared and they do not want to be waited This is a good chance for you to make your girlfriend angry If you are late to your meeting for about 30 minutes two or three times your girlfriend may leave you alone Furthermore you can go another place at the meeting time and say your girlfriend that you misunderstood the meeting point It is mostly useful to show her how you care about what she says You can also call your girlfriend just 10 minutes before the meeting and say that you have another
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