How It’s Done: Last Words To An Ex

2 Aug

Dear “You”,

Now that you and I are no longer together and have been apart, we can now see things differently and clearer. Well, at least I can. So the purpose of this letter is to hopefully give you a through explanation and response to a text you recently messaged me.

It didn’t bother me when I had to call an ambulance because my boyfriend didn’t believe me, or take me to the hospital when I told him I was very sick and needed immediate attention. Instead, my only excuse for you is it’s very inhumane for someone to do such a thing. After all, most people would answer a cry of help from their worst enemy.
It also didn’t bother me that you told your mother lies about me, which she then inappropriately tried to bash me in the presence of a friend who arrived promptly for an appointment to get some of my things. (Thankfully my friend respectfully, and with class put your mother in the place she deserved) Instead, I excused your behavior as childish.

Nor did it bother me that you allowed me only 30 minutes to collect my things from the apartment the last time we saw one another so you could meet your rugby friends out for a few drinks. Instead, I excused it as inconsiderate.

It also didn’t bother me that you flew across the world to meet women from the internet, aside from texting a picture of your dick to six women and then penetrating it into nine other women, (that I know about) and then lying about it. Instead, I looked at that as immature.

Therefore, the above is only icing on the cake as to why I am unhappy about not being able to properly pack and remove my things from our apartment. Instead, your behavior is excused as irresponsible.

But what’s really inappropriate, inexcusable and very assholish of someone is when a person does the following:

• Does not properly pack one’s belongings which causes items to break.
• Packs things, and then stores it in a room that is not climate controlled so the candles that are in boxes can melt and ruin everything else inside.
• A person does not return everything another person owns. Instead of receiving a text or email that one did not return everything such as a lamp, table, chair, fan, kitchen items etc, the owner must recognize items are missing, contact that person, wait at their convenience and drive two hours to pick up their belongings. So, your last text which consisted of apologizing that “a few items” were missed is not excusable, especially since they were BIG items.

To the above, my only excuse for such behavior is downright disrespectful!

The biggest problem now is it has been three months and I STILL have not yet received all my things. For a week I wasn’t even given a courtesy reply until I re-contacted you. Instead, you pranced around in a green dress and drank with your rugby friends while hustling something that is hard for you to get now days. You were very capable of having the time to gather my things and return them but opted not too. This alone… NOT excusable.

Everything listed above is not, nor will this ever be deserving of a person, no matter what that person thinks they did while in the relationship. Instead, this behavior displays the utmost disrespect for someone and says “Fuck You”.

As a result, I am honored to have now disassociated myself with such a person who in the eye’s of society, strives NOT to mock such animal-like behavior. In the meantime, I will see you in a courtroom so get a lawyer. And I highly suggest a damn good one.

6 Responses to “How It’s Done: Last Words To An Ex”

  1. Valentine Logar August 2, 2013 at 11:48 AM #

    You know, some people are simply not right. They are unwilling or unable to be right. This is true especially if they have testosterone poisoning.

  2. datingbitch August 2, 2013 at 11:57 AM #

    LOL, I don’t think I can differ to your comment.

  3. Ms. Vee August 2, 2013 at 8:54 PM #

    Hi, your better off without him! Thank you for visiting, and the like on my blog.

  4. Photo Humor Man August 3, 2013 at 2:54 AM #

    Can’t tell you how much I would love to hear the other side of the story too… 🙂
    I find such sagas informative as to the human condition…

    Photo Humor Man.

  5. datingbitch August 3, 2013 at 10:09 AM #

    Perhaps i should write a letter from him to me, summaring everything he wouod say to me. Good idea. Thanks.

  6. echotech2007 February 8, 2014 at 1:42 AM #

    Pretty similar thing happened to me. I still don’t have all my stuff (it’s been 6 months). Believe it or not, but the guy is 52 years old! Can you believe it? Trust me…you are much better off with this creep. Just wish there was a way to warn anyone that is thinking about getting with him. I even found out that his ex-fiance had the same exact things happen to her with him. If only she could have warned me!

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