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November 27, 2015 at 11:19 AM #3233
If you have been thinking that your break up experience was worse, you should read these stories that seem like scenes from horror movies. Enjoy
“My boyfriend was a serious mama’s boy who insisted on having dinner with his mom at least twice a week. During one of those dinners, his mom looked at me, took my hand and said, ‘We have to talk.’ I got really nervous and tried to catch my boyfriend’s eye, but he was just intently staring at his lap. She gently told me things weren’t working out between me and my boyfriend, and that she thought it was best for me to leave. I tried to convince my boyfriend to talk privately in the other room, but he wouldn’t respond. I couldn’t believe it—my pansy-ass boyfriend made his mom break up with me!” —Ali, 30
“After dating for three months, my boyfriend pulled a serious disappearing act. Out of the blue he stopped returning any of my calls, e-mails or texts. It was like he never existed—he even deleted his Facebook! I ended up seeing him two months later at a bar, and he was so embarrassed to see me that he quickly left. Good riddance.” —Julie, 29
“My guy was away on a business trip for about a month, and we had been video chatting to stay in touch. One night I had my girlfriends over, and after a couple bottles of wine, we decided to Skype him. Our call connected, and I was about to tell him to say hi to my friends when he goes, ‘Bev, I’m sorry to do this over Skype, but I don’t want to put it off any longer. I think we should just be friends.’ I was in total shock, and my friends just sat there with their mouths hanging open. I mumbled okay and got off as quickly as possible—I was dumped in front of all my best friends!” —Beverly, 28
“My boyfriend and I worked at the same very small company. It wasn’t technically against policy for us to be dating, but we didn’t exactly publicize the fact. We’d been on the rocks, so I was pretty sure things were coming to an end, but I definitely didn’t think it would happen the way it did. The day after a pretty nasty fight, I came into work to find an e-mail to the entire office announcing his resignation and the end of our relationship.” —Carla, 29
“I went abroad for the semester, and my boyfriend and I agreed to stay together. It was much harder than we’d imagined, but I thought we were making it through. The second I got back home I drove straight to his house… only to have his roommate answer the door and simply hand me a box of my stuff. Apparently my super considerate boyfriend thought that was an okay way to break up with me.” —Alexandra, 22
“I had been dating my boyfriend for about three months when he started becoming obsessed with the idea of moving to California to surf. I just kind of ignored him since he was a big talker. One day he got really annoying about it, and I snapped, ‘If you want to go, then just go already!’ and stormed out. We didn’t talk for two days, so I went over to his apartment to apologize, but all his stuff was gone. I texted him and heard back, ‘ur the one who told me 2 go. see ya.'” —Samantha, 24
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