By ddll - / Monday 5 September 2011 01:27 / Singapore
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  Keyman1212  |  14

Normally people who are on the receiving end of a breakup act in weird ways. I mean, after all, that's someone who they spent almost all of their time with, and did just about everything with.

  NuTrees  |  9

60- depends on what you call a 'private place'. A home is a private place, I can throw a party. A bathroom is a private place and I baked that out with bitches and johns plenty of times before. Obvi duh!

  StoryOfTheYear  |  13

My guess is her mind was not very stable, at least at the moment, if she yells WHY!?! at random people going by.
The only sympathy she gets from me is that I'm sure ending a relationship must suck.


Have any of you ever been in love? When you're with someone for awhile and they break up with you, your whole world crashes down and leaves you empty. Obviously OP is a heartless dick if he felt nothing about the breakup

  elmousey  |  5

Well put 59, based on the replies you can tell a lot of these people have never been in any relationship. I'm amazed that people think this girl is psychotic simply because she's heartbroken and showing emotion. Most relationships don't end like "Hi! I've brought you to this public place and I want to break up with you ok?" "Yea ok, bye! Have a good day!"

  StoryOfTheYear  |  13

71- I, for one, wouldn't use the word psychotic to describe her.
I simply saw this as an unnecessary reaction. There are a lot of things we can consider an emotional reaction. While we shouldn't be emotionless zombies, we shouldn't let our emotions control us. Yes, I see this is a delicate situation, but do you not see this big of a reaction as unnecessary at all?
Also, this would more than likely have been handled better in a private place. Bad planning on OPs part.

  jemiller226  |  13

Maybe he broke up with her because he was tired of the childish emotional outbursts, and he figured that doing it in public might be a way to prevent another embarrassing outburst. Either way, if this is how she reacts to disappointment, he made the right move. What if there was an emergency? You think that clown would be able to handle herself in it? Yeah, I doubt it.


62-if he felt any emotion like love for this girl, it wouldn't be an fml an he woulnt be embarrassed by it
101- you call having your heart broken and reacting like that childish? Put yourself in the girls shoes and tell me she's childish.
141-hell yea :) it's a Schecter C7 Hellraiser FR :) the pic was taken just after it came out of the box, all shiny and new lol

  StoryOfTheYear  |  13

Well, it's not considered a floor once you are outside, but my first thought was that it was at either of their houses or apartments. I don't see why he would break up with her in a public place either. I'm sure it happens, but that wasn't my first thought.
My apologies.

  Hockeyboy4280  |  18

No, it's still considered a floor if you're inside a public place (like a restaurant). perfect example, a casino refers to their gamblicg section as "the main FLOOR". Anyways, moving on.

As for breaking up in a public place, a lot of people do it so there's no scene caused. People tend to carry themselves differently around other people, trying to keep a sense manners and etiquette. However, this backfired on OP. Breaking up publicly also prevents danger...

  StoryOfTheYear  |  13

44- LOL...
I said "outside".
Obviously I consider a public building to be not outside. I do leave my house every so often, contrary to popular belief.

Also I quite clearly said my first thought was not of them breaking up in a public building. I followed this by "My apologies" which probably can be interpreted to mean I saw that I was wrong.

Your entire comment is quite redundant, sir.