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  RussianFox  |  13

My guess is OP didn't have Internet connection. That's why long distance relationships almost never work out. Things like black-outs can keep you from talking to your partner for months.

  Pleonasm  |  34

Call me new-fashioned, but I think it's the words and feelings that count, so I would have no problem telling my partner how I feel for her by email, if it was in a long distance relationship.
And yes hand-written is romantic, I agree, but if I had the option, talking with my loved-one in quasi-realtime would be a lot more enjoyable for me, given that we would be far apart.

  desireev  |  17

I can't help but to laugh. Blaming the fail of a relationship on a "black-out" is just hilarious. Cause it probably has nothing to do with the fact that it is, in fact, a long distance relationship, and people do break up when you can't see your loved ones at all. Or people find out that your "cyber-love" isn't really as awesome as they seemed and they will break up.
Just blaming it on a "black-out" or bad internet connection is too funny to me.

By  LolCakes111  |  7

Long Distance Relationships can be hard and straining at times, not seeing your loved one can make you "lose" your love with them. I hope that letter changes his mind :)

By  tj5810  |  21

I'm sorry, OP. If it was meant to be, it will happen. Maybe the letter is just what he needs. Keep your head up. Long distance relationships are so hard!

  winkydog4056  |  16

#7 Soooooo many of them are.....I'm guessing to really get 'original' one would need to start using their imagination. Only so much happens in that thing called reality. Try moderating & see the crap tha

  Steve95401  |  49

A handwritten letter takes a lot time and effort than an e-mail. It's far more personal to use a pen and piece of paper than to sit in front of a keyboard and stare at a screen.