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Is your name on the rent paperwork? If so, walk back in and tell that bitch to fuck off. If your info isn't on the papers, she still has to give you an eviction notice. Also, you might want to check with the landlord there if neither of the above is the case. You might be able to get her kicked out for letting you stay there against her contract. FYL for having to deal with a horrible woman.

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Okay, I just read about the edit to your original post, OP. YLi[definitely]F, and your girlfriend is a crazy bitch. Nothing you could have said could have earned you potentially lifelong physical damage. That seriously sucks.

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Well the way OP said "the apartment" makes it sound like it was shared. So it was his, AND hers. She has no right to kick him out any more than he has the right to kick her out. He DOES, however, have the right to kick her cunt now =]

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I don't know how to see an edit, but it doesn't say that only things were said. It says that they got into a fight. That means that he could have done something as well. If he cheated, I can see a reason for a big fight and never wanting him to come back. If he hit her and she managed to get him out the door, same deal. I wouldn't want to see his face again either.

Is your name on the rent paperwork? If so, walk back in and tell that bitch to fuck off. If your info isn't on the papers, she still has to give you an eviction notice. Also, you might want to check with the landlord there if neither of the above is the case. You might be able to get her kicked out for letting you stay there against her contract. FYL for having to deal with a horrible woman.

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I honestly don't think that the OP is concerned about being thrown out of the apartment, but rather that the relationship is over. He states that he stayed in order to see if she would change her mind about not wanting to ever see him again.

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#77 Nothing deserves violence as a response. OP-try to get her finance and everything fucked up, she deserves it for stomping in you. And FYL, whatever you did or did not do to earn that. Women can be devilish sometimes...

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Seriously. That just sounds cold. As in temperature-wise. Go somewhere else if you can't get back in or don't want to make a scene. Is anyone else curious as to what he DID, though? I mean, it'd take a lot for me to treat my husband like that. A LOT.

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Exactly. OP- who's apartment was it? If it was your gf's- well, that is creepy, and you probably do deserve it. She needed some time alone, and she goes outside to find her boyfriend who she just had a fight with sleeping outside her door! I would be freaked out, not overcome with love!!! If it was YOUR apartment, fuck her! Go back into the apartment and don't let her boss you around!!!! Either way, it wasn't very romantic to sit outside like a pathetic puppy.

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um. we don't even know what the argument was about. HE could have started it. HE could have said horrible hurtful things. maybe he's a dickhead. shouldn't be feeling sorry for him and insulting the girl unless you know all the details. it takes 2 people to argue anyway. maybe she was wrong and she shouldn't have done it. but maybe he was and he deserved it. shouldn't make assumptions.

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Ok, I'm going to respectfully disagree. I don't think it's ok to physically hurt someone, especially in such a sensitive area, over an argument. Even if he cheated. Even if he called her an ugly cunt. Kick him out, make his life miserable, whatever. Violence isn't ok. What if she had been the one sitting there and he came out and punched her in the mouth? Would that be ok? I don't think so. She could've handled that better, in my opinion.

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Violence is always the answer. Clearly you have not seen an episode of Jerry Springer. Here's a handy tip-the chair you're sitting in can become an inexpensive missile to use against your opponent.

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What's this about "such a sensitive area"? I agree with you that violence is not an option, but nowhere in the FML did the OP state which part of his body was being stomped on.

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Um, I think it's been edited. I'm pretty sure it first said "on my junk" or something. Maybe I'm going totally crazy. I haven't slept at all. But I'm pretty sure that's what it said.

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and what would you say if some guy said "she must have said something he didn't like. she deserved to get the shit beat out of her". she's a cunt for getting physical. case closed. stupid fuck.

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You're right. Violence isn't the answer. It's the question. And the answer is hell yes. [/tv tropes] Seriously though, OP's... ex-girlfriend can scream all she wants, but his crotch is not her personal punching bag. She deserves to be arrested on assault charges, especially if he was just sitting there, and nothing more. Have to give props to the OP for preparing to fight for their relationship. To bad it ended so... painfully. FYL.

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Not that violence is by any means the answer, but if he did cheat and then thought it was a smart idea to stick around when she told him to leave her alone, he really shouldn't have expected any less. Prepare for the worst. If he cheated, then that would most likely be the first place to go for.

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