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Why do girls tend to write songs about being glad they broke up, but guys tend to write songs about missing someone?

Of course sometimes it's vice-versa, but it seems like the majority of the time, it goes as stated. Does anyone have any theories? Anything psychological?

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That's just because Taylor Swift writes the majority of break up songs.

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Too true; but hers are a pretty good mix of whiney and "I'm over you."
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Shay: hers are all whiney.
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All country music is whiney.
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Lol I like that transition.
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Dill Pickle, don't make me come over there.
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What? Lol.
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Gator = Dillon = Dill Pickle
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Do they pickle gators where you come from?
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We ain't got no gators in the suburbs of New York. :o
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Then what does "gator" have to do with a pickle? LOL.
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Oh, just never mind, blonde one!
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@country-true! Wrong word choice!
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Lol. My hair is dark as a white horse. ^_^
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Marcus has never eaten a dill pickle? :P
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Who says I haven't?
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Because us girls try to tell ourselves that a breakup was good thing so we feel better about it. It's like laughing to hide the pain. Guys just don't care so they let their emotions out.

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I guess that's true. And people try to say it's the other way around. xP
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RoxieR

We do this, because we don't want to show the guys that we aren't able to handle a break up. Also it makes us feel better.

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That's one of the ironies of this world lol

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Because taylor swift is little girls role models -.-

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