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But why be racist, when you could just not be racist? Sadly, the country doesn't seem to grasp that ideal tradeoff. We have a tragedy on our hands. u/Allentow laid it out for us:

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A Holy Trinity...

Redditor pearbanana took to the internet to share a few sexy, intimate details about her marriage. Sometimes... all you need is a guest star to shake things up. But not without some ground rules! How We Survived a Threesome

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I want you back? Maybe?

Divorce arises from a lack of connectivity between two parties. Both get into their head the person they're with is no longer for them. You both split up, eventually move on, and hopefully get on with your life. That's how it should work, right? Not always.

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There was something new about them.

Divorce can stem from a lot of different seeds. Maybe it's a case of incompatibility, where the two parties were never going to fit no matter how hard they tried. Maybe time is a determining factor and some life-altering event changes your partner forever. Whatever the case, divorce is most often permanent and hopefully both parties move on peacefully to new horizons. That's all you can hope for. However, in some rare instances the end isn't the end.

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So many fictional couples end up in tragedy, it's almost hard to keep track. But many shouldn't have gotten together in the first place.

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Love at first sight is not very practical, but when you meet that special someone it just feels right. These people reveal how they knew that they found the person they married.

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