By whatever - 24/11/2012 07:02 - Canada - Calgary
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That's awful, and very unfortunate. I can't help but wonder if anything at all would've changed if it had been sent by email...
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.
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.
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 :)
Be glad it's just a super long love letter instead of a super long sextape of yourself.