Have you ever Googled the One Who Got Away? - from Em and Lo

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Have you ever Googled the One Who Got Away? - from Em and Lo

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We wrote an article for Sexis this month about whether or not it's a good idea to Google the one who got away. Because before Facebook, MySpace, Google, et al, the “one who got away” (OWGA) was rarely more than a passing daydream — or a handy bit of masturbation material. But these days you can actually reach out and, er, touch your OWGA. So, is it a good idea or not? Can it destroy an awesome fantasy or help you move on from a memory that is distorted by your rose-tinted glasses? Is it harmless flirtation or can it damage your current, actual, real-life relationship? Check out some other pros and cons of Googling your OWGA here.
11/09/2011
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sweetcaroline sweetcaroline
It definitely doesn't help. If I'm reading this correctly, you're talking about googling your ex or lost love?
It's like taking a walk in the past, becoming nostalgic etc. Which isn't good for the present relationship. I would know, I've been dating my new boyfriend for 5 months, and every time I google/facebook my ex (my first love) I become nostalgic and I miss him a lot, which isn't good because my current boyfriend is wonderful and better than my ex. But it gets a bit difficult to split the duality of emotions.
11/09/2011
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