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walk out on someonephrasal verb

  • ja恋人や配偶者を突然見捨てる
  • ento suddenly abandon or leave your lover, partner, or spouse

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The reason she walked out on Barry is simply that she didn't love him,
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which, incidentally, worked out pretty well for me.
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Cheers.
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I'll see you in the parking lot.
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No, Rach...
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And once again, she is out of here.
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Okay. Who had 9:45? Hmm?
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Huh!
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You know what, Bar?
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I'm not gonna leave.
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I probably should, but I'm not.
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See, 'cause I promised myself I would make it through at least one of your weddings.
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If I could chime in, maybe his ex girlfriend...
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- Jade? - Jade.
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Maybe she still likes this boy with the hair?
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She kind of walked out on me.
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That doesn't mean she ain't still got feelings for you.
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I think I'm a great lover so I'm like, "I would have done anything for you.
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I was gonna love you more than anyone would have ever loved you.
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I would have gave you everything.
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And you walked out on me."
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So that part's kind of the part of the song where it's almost like kind of getting over it.
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Like, "You know what? Fine.
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You're not gonna find someone like me, so whatever."
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Last time you were here, and I know you've spoken about this in the past, you talked about going through a period of being addicted to porn.
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- Yes. - Oh, wow. - I wonder what —
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- And it's funny 'cause during the break you were saying that you've been married 30 years, which is incredible. - Yeah.
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At what point in your marriage did that come upon you?
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Oh, well, when my wife walked out.
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- Oh, okay. - Yeah.
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She was like, "I'm done with you."
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Speaking of how he doesn't maintain many long-term relationships, Constantine's narration reads:
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"Girlfriends, the odd boyfriend...
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They all have the nasty habit of walking out on me."