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Choose between his wife and his mistress
要老婆還是要二奶?

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Thursday, 1 September 2016
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In 2001, Alan being transferred to work in Guangdong province. Early 2000, I told him that in 2002 and 2003, he would have “Tao Hua” peach blossom.

In Nov 2003, he said, “I met someone in 2002 and this year, by mistake she was having my baby. Can I have both my wife and mistress?”

It was not possible, not only not possible but also he would lose a large sum of money.

After New Year, he told me, “We have broken up, you guess with who, wife or mistress?”

“Your mistress”. True enough, he paid a large sum of money to get her mistress to do an abortion and to cut off all contact.





How to see his tendency with extramarital affairs?
Another problem is how to see who did he choose?

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