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By selfesteemloss - / Saturday 10 August 2013 23:41 / Spain - Barcelona
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By  DividableByZero  |  11

It always grinds my gears when I hear about people dumping others via message. Tell them in person if possible. Sorry to hear about the touchy subject being brought up. At least you'll probably never see them again.

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By  SpicyDuck  |  22

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By  DividableByZero  |  11

It always grinds my gears when I hear about people dumping others via message. Tell them in person if possible. Sorry to hear about the touchy subject being brought up. At least you'll probably never see them again.

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  Daiyuki  |  5

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  DocBastard  |  38

Why pay that respect? Oh I don't know, perhaps because most people aren't heartless bastards like you and may actually have cared for their now-exes at some point and still want to behave like an actual human being instead of like a complete asshole. Just a thought.

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  bandeek  |  29

My ex cheated on me, and i wasn't going to see him for a few months. I tried to call a few times but he ignored me every time. So I dumped him over text.

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  Sputnikspak  |  13

27 - Exactly. If you can't, for some reason, meet up in person, then at least a phone call is better. By text or by Internet is a cop out for people who are too cowardly to be honest to someone's face - and if you're too much of a coward for that? You shouldn't be dating. I can see if you've been dating someone for like a week breaking up with them by phone, but once you've been together longer than that, you owe them the courtesy of a face to face meeting. It's just polite that way. My ex had done some pretty horrible things to me (like spiking my drinks at a party so I would get completely wasted so he could play out some creepy rape fantasy without my knowledge - my friend caught on and stopped it, thankfully). I had him meet me in a public place, where my parents were nearby - buy out of earshot - and broke up with him in person because despite the fact that he had been horrid towards the end, I liked him once, and I felt I owed him an explanation even though he'd been in the wrong. I dated him for about a year (I was 17-18). I've been with my current boyfriend for eight years now, and if, for some reason, I had to break up with him (I have no reason to, I'm happy), I would do it in person because eight years of your life is worth more than a text message.

By  Bevspeaks  |  11

Well, at least you know what kind of person he was. Also, he's just a bartender, sorry to all bartenders who may read this, but not all bartenders are as sweet as they look and he is a definite shitpancake.

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  mkid232  |  15

Yeah how would that exactly go? "Oh, you're such a cute bartender. So handy with those bottles. IT REMINDS ME OF MY SICK BOYFRIEND WHO DUMPED ME ON FACEBOOK!"

By  ajh557  |  22

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By  SlapAndTickle  |  20

Word of advice, never bring up past relationships when flirting with someone. Especially the details of you being dumped and how it happened. It makes you look desperate and pathetic. You're welcome.

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