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post #11 of 13 Old 05-19-2010, 03:11 PM
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I just need to vent a bit.

I've been with this guy for over two years, and yesterday, he up and got all pissy for god knows what reason. I mean really, just freaks out on me over text messages [!] saying all this crap and breaks up with me. As a note, I'm 20, he is 24. [I think he forgot about the part where he graduated high school.] o_O

Fine. Whatever. Be a ridiculous jerk if that's what you want, but you will NOT be a ridiculous jerk with me. I'm done, I'm fed up, I'm not playing his games anymore. Go me, right?!

But this stupid boy won't leave me alone! He keeps texting me, keeps calling, I can't go about blocking his number [although I blocked him on MSN and Facebook] until I can talk to my mom [I'm still on her account.]

But seriously, in the last two minutes that it took to type this up, he called 13 times, and has sent like ten text messages. My phone is about to explode as I speak. Wth? Considering HE ended it, don't you think he'd be willing to accept that it's over?

And really, things have not been going well. Well, they were going great a week ago, he was being really sweet, took me to the zoo, knowing it's my favorite place, and then all of a sudden he just loses it? It's like every time he did something really nice for me, he had to do something fifty times worse.

Now, he's blocking his number so it comes up unknown. Really? Ugh, he's making me regret the whole relationship. We were supposed to go on vacation in the fall, I had already given him $200 to go towards plane tickets and he's saying he won't give it back, but honestly? I think $200 is worth getting rid of him.

This whole thing makes it seem like we're 12. Maybe he is, but I'm not!

Oh! The icing on the cake! He just hacked my Facebook account. O_O
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post #12 of 13 Old 05-19-2010, 03:27 PM
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What a freaking psycho. Good riddance.

Hopefully you're right and he'll knock it off soon, but if he doesn't I wouldn't hesitate to call the police. In the meantime keep track of the times he tries to contact you and such. It's good evidence just in case.

And I wouldn't deal with him at work either. I broke up with an ex I worked with and he went really crazy (stalking, breaking in to my house, threatening to kill himself, etc) and I didn't associate with him at work at all. Of course, it helped that my managers saw his crazy behavior and stopped scheduling us together.
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post #13 of 13 Old 05-19-2010, 09:10 PM Thread Starter
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Don't worry. If I honestly felt things would get REALLY bad, I'd be doing everything it took to be safe. He does know where my horses live, after all. O_O

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