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11 Men Talk About The Girl They Thought They Were Going To Marry, And Why They Didn’t

"What we thought was 'love at first sight' was just puppy love combined with the craving to have someone to spend the rest of our lives with, and we did want that, but time allowed us to realize it wasn't with each other."
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