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Ryan Reynolds and Alanis Morissette have called it quits – and this time, it’s official.Their reps, Dvora Vener and Meredith O’Sullivan, tell PEOPLE in a joint statement, “Ryan Reynolds and Alanis Morissette have mutually decided to end their engagement. The singer and the actor, both Canadian-born, met in 2002 and dated for two years before becoming engaged in 2004. “We’re just really enjoying this [engagement] phase,” Morissette told PEOPLE in 2005.Dennis of Remeoville, Illinois, is winding you all up. The state song of Mississippi is "Go Mississippi" by William Houston Davis, who was born in Oklahoma in 1914 but moved to Mississippi during WWII.As if a song called "You Oughta Know" about a failed love affair would have been made a state song!What sort of sh*t parents would allow their 16 year old daughter to "go out with" a 31 year old man?Didn't somebody--Mom, Dad, Uncle Fred, Grandma-- think to take the gentleman aside and suggest he focus his romantic feelings on someone who's already had a chance to grow up?I think it's just really funny that's it's become this urban legend, so many years after the fact," Coulier said to Buzz Feed during an interview."I dated Alanis in 1992.

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She cried and so did I - I had recently gone through a divorce that left me feeling much as she felt in this song. My mom and sister both listened to Little Jagged Pill, and at the time I didn't get the lines "Would she go down on you in a theater" and "Are you thinking of me when you f--k her." I get those lines now that i'm older and know more than I did then.

So once it came out, many believed that the funny and adorable actor that we knew as Uncle Joey was the man behind the song.

Well, 20 years later, the TV star wants to set the record straight."I never think about it.

But you can say whatever you want.' So one time, I was doing a red carpet somewhere and [the press] just wore me down and everybody wanted to know so I said, 'Yeah, all right, I'm the guy.

There I said it.' So then it became a snowball effect of, 'OH! '," Coulier explained."The one that got me was, 'I hate to bug you in the middle of dinner.' That was because we had already broken up and she had called—she was living in Canada at the time—she called, and I said, 'Hey, I'm right in the middle of dinner, can I just call you right back?

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