Discussion in 'Community' started by PRENNTACULAR, Sep 30, 2012.
Today. In an airport.
Tell your sad love stories here!
In an airport? It's awful enough as it is... but to be done in a public place, like that... so sorry. .
My condolences. I have no interest in telling sad love stories. What about silly love songs?
...Sorry. Stupid Wings.
Worst Paul McCartney song, ever.
Did she say it was because you had too much baggage?
But no really why prenn?
I'm so sorry Prenn!! If if makes a difference, the one man I would have married dumped me because he could not "relate" to me.
He must have been right, because to this day, I have no idea what the **** he was talking about.
Your puns are normally god-awful, but this one was rude and cringe-worthy.
She's 20, and has had a string of 3 serious relationships dating back to high school, never being single for more than like a week. So she feels like she needs to be single for a while. Find herself, travel, all that. Which I understand. There isn't any anger or hard feelings. Just...sad.
Haha that sounds so sappy!
Awww that sucks dude. You're too awesome to stay sad though so invite some people over, blast this song in your apartment and GET READY TO PARTY
That's actually a very mature thing for a twenty-year-old to realize about herself. I have a friend who is the same way... never been single for more than a short period of time--and she's in her late 30s. She was in a very committed relationship for about ten years. They split up, and she was in another relationship within a month.
It's great that you guys were able to split up on good terms, and all. It's understandable that you're sad, but it sounds like she did the best thing for the both of you.
My ex went from heavily pushing the whole marriage thing to breaking up with me in, like, a month. And that worked out to be, like, 3 weeks before we went to Europe for 2 1/2 weeks together. Oooh that was an emotional roller coaster. I have never understood what happened.
Sorry to hear about that, Prenn :\
Man that really sucks. She probably should have picked another venue but I agree that it is a respectable reason. Doesn't make it suck any less for you, though
Ouch. That sucks.
My worst break - up would be the one with my first boyfriend. He gave me the "I think we should just be friends." speech over the phone..
Sad to hear that, Prenn.
Sad love stories? I had a fiancée at 17... but I am all-but relieved to have escaped that train wreck.
That's very sad!
Like the others said, a respectable reason and decision, but still sad. I'm sorry to hear that.
That's depressing, but there's definitely hope that it might work out again in the future.
Personal stories? I got dumped right after my grandmother passed. It was right in the middle of the "I'm so sorry for your loss" conversation. At starbucks. AWKWARD.
I'm sorry, Prennifer.
But this means you're single now, right?
Uh oh. This sounds like the start of a romantic comedy. Prepare to meet an eccentric girl with a career as a journalist/no nonsense business woman/small specialty shop owner and then not get along at first.
Hopefully she'll look like Meg Ryan before the excessive plastic surgery.
Would have been even more mature if she had come to that conclusion before they got so deep into their relationship that Prennifer popped the question.
Sorry things didn't work out, Prenn, but to be blunt, you're probably both better off waiting a bit. Like half a decade or so, at least.
I'm sorry to hear this. While I agree with yankee above, at least she realized this before getting married.
Six years ago, my then-boyfriend neglected to tell me that he would not, after all, be attending my high school graduation and then later that night, he called me and dumped me.
If no good marriage ends in divorce, no good potential marriage ends in pote--this made more sense in my head.
Dude, I wish you luck. Truth be told, when you get dumped, you always think if she had chose a better time/place/manner it would somehow have been ok. That's horse manure. A kick in the testicles is never ok. Sure, a solid blow from spiky boots is unquestionably worse than the inadvertent stomp from your 3-yr old niece as she tries to climb over you to get a hug. But you still want to grab that adorable bundle of joy and hurl her through the window. But you know she won't even understand why you're upset and she's too young to hear the string of words that want to burst out of your mouth. Wisdom is accepting and giving her that hug while your eyes are stinging with tears. But it's not ok.
You'll be fine. You took the best approach in dealing with loss, after all. You shared it with the JCC.