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  Keyman1212  |  14

The parents aren't necessarily jerks, they just for some reason really like OP's ex. I've seen this happen before, parents love an ex just as much as their children.

  psuedodragon  |  23

I agree 18; just because a couple breaks up doesn't mean that everyone (including the parents) has to pick one or the other. What if you still want to be friends with both?

As for real-life examples, both my sisters have made it very clear that if my fiance and I ever break up they will take him over me. I took it as a good sign for how well he fits with the family and while I'd be annoyed if they actually picked him over me, I wouldn't begrude them if they stayed friends in the event of a breakup

  fadingfaith  |  4

My Aunt divorced her husband and remarried another guy who she had kids with. But her ex mother in law still visits her because she knows how her son is hardheaded and she said she will always have feelings for my aunt.

  LiyIa_fml  |  8

Embarrass your ex by telling stories about her to everyone. Get drunk and have fun! Make a fool out of yourself and your parents and PARTY! Until you get thrown out :)

  TorturedXeno  |  27

Lieutenant Sarcasm shoots down the attempt!

  ilyWoods  |  5

Nothing to do with loyalty. If OP made te ex a part of the family then say cheated. How is that fair to the ex or the family? No one knows the circumstances.

  karagarren  |  8

I don't think she wanted too. I think it just makes her upset her parents want to go. that is a weird situation. but then again I bet my ex's mom is coming to my wedding. she's under close with all her sons gfs and friends