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    if you guys are still friends I'd say go for it... It's less awkward than saying no
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    I think Meg White did something similar when Jack White re-married.

    Frankly, I don't understand it, unless your relationship with your ex is completely sexually dead. I always wondered how people could do that and not have any weird feelings about it at all, unless the past relationship just wasn't that passionate to begin with.

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    I suppose the answer to this is no but do you anticipate any intense feelings during the ceremony from any party?

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    I think Meg White did something similar when Jack White re-married.

    Frankly, I don't understand it, unless your relationship with your ex is completely sexually dead. I always wondered how people could do that and not have any weird feelings about it at all, unless the past relationship just wasn't that passionate to begin with.
    Actually, he's a great guy, but we're better off as friends & we did grow some cool kids and we need to show them that people can be bigger than the issues facing them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by violaine View Post
    I suppose the answer to this is no but do you anticipate any intense feelings during the ceremony from any party?
    Not unless he invites his ex-mother-in-law....my mother! Otherwise it'll be a smooth ride for them. We'll all have lots of wine and wave the new couple off in to the sunset .... (yadda, yadda, yadda....gagging motion with finger down throat....in a sincere attempt to be happy for them)

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    Quote Originally Posted by aprilfool View Post
    Not unless he invites his ex-mother-in-law....my mother! Otherwise it'll be a smooth ride for them. We'll all have lots of wine and wave the new couple off in to the sunset .... (yadda, yadda, yadda....gagging motion with finger down throat....in a sincere attempt to be happy for them)
    Lol!

    I am actually rather in awe, (I couldn't do it but I'd love to get to that place of detachment/well-wishing/whatever, where I could.) Great for your kids.

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