chelle (sweetassalt) wrote in thequestionclub,
chelle
sweetassalt
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Let's get totally hypothetical here.

So let's pretend that the romantic relationships you had when you were younger were with people who wrote you love letters.  You've kept them over the years, even though those relationships have ended and you're totally over the people that wrote you those letters.  You rarely read them--you just keep them in a box and occasionally when you're cleaning out the closet or under the bed you unearth them and look at them for a few minutes. 

So you meet someone, you get married/make some sort of life-commitment, and the box goes unnoticed by your spouse for a few years (throughout the dating, the engagement, when they move into your place, etc).  Then, during a move, your SO finds the box and asks what in it.  You reply in an offhand manner.  Your spouse then FREAKS THE FUCK OUT about why you've kept a box of memories from people you're not in love with anymore.  They conclude that the only reasonable explanation for this is THAT YOU'RE STILL IN LOVE WITH ALL THOSE PEOPLE.  A huge fight ensues. 

Your SO is insane, right?  There's nothing wrong with keeping some old letters, is there?  WHAT DO YOU THINK?
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