Discussion in 'Community' started by AaylaSecurOWNED, Sep 13, 2012.
He's probably been reading this thread.
You fear he's read this thread? Pft, serves you right for posting this on the interwebs (or otherwise not out of his reach).
It does seem like guilt is stopping you here due to all the good things he gives you. So end it if you must before he keeps pampering you.
I guess the big question here is, do you want to break up with him?
To be fair, Invid, he didn't post this on the interwebs... somebody else did. He just posted in the thread.
Why do you want to break up with him?
I can't believe that I'm actually checking this thread every day for updates. Break up with him so the rest of us can move on.
Or don't break up with him if he's in fact a decent fella and you just wanna get into someone else's pants (shame on you).
But do break up with him if he is in fact what the title of the thread implies and you shoulda dumped him years ago (if so, again, shame on you).
I did it.
I'm sorry, Luke. I hope that both you and your ex-boyfriend are okay.
Breakup has been downgraded to a "break" a la Ross and Rachel... for now. I will live back with my parents for a few weeks and see how I feel. I will either be really sad but then relish in my new freedom or simply sink into a dark hole of alcoholism and despair. No one can ever claim I'm a moderate.
Good luck sir (seriously)... and please don't use anymore Friends analogies.
yeah, there needs to be a third option where you relish your dark hole of alcoholism and freedom.
Try and give it more than a few weeks. Usually a few weeks is just enough time to realize you miss the habit etc. of being with them despite the problems. The problems are still there though regardless of size.
Anyone else reaching the conclusion that he's too good for Whitey and should dump him?
Good luck Luke.
Of course, but Whitey is our friend, and you can't help but loving the son of a *****.
No. I can't stand what I've heard about the guy.
I have never claimed to have anything more than a completely superficial knowledge of (and interest in) the situation.
Nevertheless, I'm pretty sure this is how things are goign to turn out
I would say both Daveed and SLG are roughly correct.
also, this is my mental state: http://video.vulture.com/video/Frus...oments From Dina Lohan's 'Dr. Phil' Interview
I second the notion. And you know how those two ended up, except with the perhaps maybe sorta "true love" thing between them. But then, that's a guddam sitcom, not real life.
In real life, it has to be a definite breakup if the continous relationship offers far too much drama/pain/anxiety/whathaveyou over whatever you might deem the good. A "break" means that eventually he'll call you up (or you'll call him, sober or not), saying nice things, and you'll go running back to him and be back at square one. It has to be like smoking or dumping any bad old habit: stopping in a dime and go cold turkey and, whatever you do, never, ever indulge your going back to that comfortable thing that is ultimately bad for you.
Okay, well, I refuse to hang on for a relationship as fraught as Ross and Rachel. So long, folks!
Despite my mess up I hope you become happy after the matter.
I hope the break helps you both figure things out. Good luck, gentlemen.