"I’m in love with somebody, oh, yeah, and it’s not you."

…or, Things I’d like to say to the ex-girlfriend (previously mentioned here, here, and peripherally here) who tried to friend me on Facebook AGAIN…

“Woman, take a damn hint. I defriended you on Facebook after we broke up for a REASON. I’m not so mad at you anymore; what’s done is done. But I still don’t want anything to do with you, even if I DID move 300 miles away. You were the one who effectively broke up with me. (I’m glad you did too, because your doing that freed me to find a woman who’s orders of magnitude better than you could ever be, in every way. I thank God damn near every day that I didn’t end up marrying you, because it would have meant being condemned to a lifetime of — among other things — bad sex, worse music and (speaking of which) ‘You need to turn that to something we both like.’ You sure as hell didn’t have any problem subjecting me to that hip-hop shit. I don’t know why you couldn’t deal with it when I was playing the heavy metal.) I thought I made it pretty clear that I didn’t want to stay friends. And you know I had damn good reasons for that too, with you taking, taking and taking from me and never giving anything back (literally AND figuratively). I’m glad for you that you finally figured out what you really wanted out of life, but leave me the hell out of it already.”

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One Response to “"I’m in love with somebody, oh, yeah, and it’s not you."”

  1. southtexaspistolero Says:

    Boomer Lad (207.235.20.43)
    I had a gal who was in an abusive relationship chase me. I ended up paying for her divorce because she was broke, they were separated at the time. Her ex threatened me on the phone and I said “I’m not 5’2 and 135 and I’d like you to say that in person”. She got MAD AT ME and left. Bounced around between relatives and friends, WENT BACK TO HIM for a while before he beat her up and put her in a women’s shelter, and TEHN less than a year later, she was emailing me about getting back together. I NEVER answered her emails and she quit. That’s my advice. I never looked for her and drama in the first place, she creates it wherever she goes, but I ignored her entirely and she gave up.

    Smart lady with a lot of good features. The dramatic bit wasn’t one of the good features. I met her in real life, not internet. She probably facebooks and such but I don’t care, as she was a vexation to my soul.
    August 5, 2010, 10:35:24 PM CDT – Like – Reply – Edit – Moderate

    Boomer Lad (207.235.20.43)
    Here ya go:

    But don’t REALLY let her steal your vinyl!
    August 5, 2010, 11:37:30 PM CDT – Like – Reply – Edit – Moderate

    thepistolero (69.152.235.1)
    That’s my advice.

    That’s pretty much what I’ve been doing. She first texted me back in late September, I think it was, about 4 1/2 months after we broke up. I told Sabra after the ex texted me New Year’s Eve, I thought, “you’re alooone tonight, aren’t you? HAHAHA!” Yeah, I’m an evil bastard, but schadenfreude is such a good feeling.
    August 7, 2010, 6:08:23 AM CDT

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