- Joined Aug 27, 2009
It was your fault for not checking the expiration date. Next time, grab one from the back of the shelf. They usually load the newest inventory there.Unfortunately I knew her for two years before meeting in person and she lived with me for over year before we got married and was the same person for at least a year and half before she got switched out for a lookalike with a 180 personally of the original.
I sort of wish it was a mail order bride situation being many of them now come with a warranty! If they run away or kill themselves or have a drastic change in personality you can get a refund or a new one sent to you.
Partially it is bit my fault though. The mail order brides with a warranty start at around $5000 each. I got mine on eBay on a 'as is where is' sale for $29.95. The resume and pictures looked good but I think I got scammed and the sent me a cheap knock off instead.
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