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Ask Amy: “I broke my man’s X-Box on purpose”
Ask Amy: “I broke my man’s X-Box on purpose”

Amy,

I’m not proud of this, but now I don’t know what to do. For the last two days I have been completely ignored by my fiancé, all because of Grand Theft Auto. Since he got the game that is all he has been doing. He even took a “sick” day yesterday so that he could play it.

Last night while he was asleep, I broke his X-Box 360. I did something to it that will make it impossible for him to play it when he gets up this morning. I know this is bad. Should I tell him what I did, or should I act stupid and let him think that his X-Box broke on its own (I did something to it internally so that he wouldn’t be able to tell, there is no physical damage to it).

Help!

“Katie”

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