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“Hanging Out”

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We were married not quite 4 years when she started spending a lot of time “hanging out” with a coworker. I was too trusting to say anything, then she stopped coming home at night. Shortly after, she said she had feelings for him and needed time to figure things out. I held on for as long as I could, then asked for a divorce.

—Shane

Aftermath: They were together for several years and ended up getting married. On their 2nd anniversary he asked her for a divorce. I did a little dance when I found out.

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“Minor Accident”

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I moved across the country to a city I hated with him and was stressed about finding a job. Instead of being supportive, he nagged me constantly and refused to come to community events so I could meet neighbors and network. I was so unhappy that I finally started seeing a therapist. Two weeks after we moved, he was in a minor car accident and I knew we were done when I had no desire to take care of him or be his chauffeur.

—Meems

Aftermath: I ended it within a few weeks, moved back to my hometown. I’m now almost done with a Master’s Degree and couldn’t be happier being single. He just got married to the girl he started dating 1.5 months after I ended things. We don’t talk, but his friends still like me better than his new wife.

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“Matching Banana Hammocks”

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My boyfriend and his best friend bought the same “banana hammocks” and thought it was “normal” to wear them together at a fraternity party. Did I mention they were roommates?

—Heather

Aftermath: I later found out that he became bisexual with that roommate and now has a fat girlfriend who LOOKS like a man.

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“Cute Couple”

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I had been taking this girl out for about 2 weeks, but didn’t make a move. On one date, she said, “You know, all my friends think we would make a cute couple.” I thought she was dropping a hint, so when I dropped her off, I told her I was really attracted to her, and that the reason I hadn’t made a move was because I really liked her & wanted to take the time to get to know her. She said, “OK, I got to go now.”

—Dennis

Aftermath: Still working on it, managed to fix the awkwardness. We going out next Tuesday. I just never met a chick who you keep taking out, she keeps saying yes, you have a good time, and she drops hints about dating, but isn’t into you.

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“Old Nerd”

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Even though he was an unemployed, recent law grad who had no actual career before, he would always correct me when I would call the condo that “he owned” an “apartment” by mistake—as if I couldn’t pickup on the concept of mommy and daddy footing the bill. He kept calling me a “nerd” about everything including having a job….and called me “old” nonstop when I was 26 and he 25.

—kannf

Aftermath: I let up on the contact. My old, nerdy ass now has a boyfriend that is 2 years younger. He may rent but at least he supports himself and has more wit than simply calling me old and nerdy every 5 minutes.

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