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  doctorhook86  |  24

#49: I'm going to invent a Smart Jar-Opener that unscrews even the toughest jar lids, but only if the FB account you logged onto it with says you're in a relationship.

Patent pending.

By  nhbasskid13  |  23

you deserve better than her, if that's how she responded to your breakup, she's an absolute bitch, and deserves an asshole fot a boyfriend. Lord knows there's a ton of those.

  a1_z9  |  10

Well she was in the process of being dumped, if any situation is going to make someone want to say something spiteful, that's probably it.

  klutzyduck1  |  24

You're getting dumped. What is she supposed to say, "please don't leave me" or "thank you"? I had a guy break up with me, in person, with lots of nice things to say. And at the end I said, "ok. You've made your decision. Nothing I say is going to change it. Please leave". So I could cry in private. He told me years later, he was hurt by that response and that his mind could have been changed. So boys, is this a testing move? A chance to stroke your ego? It's a break-up, expect the person to be upset and move on.

  doctorhook86  |  24

#54: Males often don't feel at all free to discuss their feelings, even (especially?) with their gfs. Some guys don't even know how, even if they try. So a dude who is unhappy in a relationship might try to end things just because he's trying to signal his dissatisfaction without seeming vulnerable. He was hoping you understood and cared enough to want to fix things.

It's a bad strategy for a relationship, but it comes from real socialization pressures.