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Angry Letters from ex-girlfriends #1


Things with the Consultant and I ended a few weeks ago. It wasn’t a entirely amicable break up but at least things were over.

Soon she would  become nothing more than another anecdote about my bad taste in women.

I thought after the extensive text messages detailing my failings we’d covered all the reasons why I was a bad person.

Surely there wasn’t any need for any more? I was wrong. There was a need, 1500 words of need. I’m going to post it and include some notes on points she ‘overlooked’.


Hi Toast,

I realise your last text to me clearly impliedyou never wanted me to contact you again but I wanted to talk to you now that things are a bit clearer in my head; I fully accept that it’s highly likely you’ll read this and not respond and that’s obviously totally fine, but I leave it with you. If you do not respond, you have my promise that you shall never hear from me again.

Implied? I said ‘Please never contact me again’ 

I’ve been thinking about writing for a while but was foremost prompted write to you as for the last few weeks I’ve feared I was pregnant. (Lack of period + early morning throwing up = grave concern). Now, before you panic,I’m fairly sure I’m not – I have taken a zillion tests and it’s all been fine; I have a doctor’s appointment booked just to ease my mind but as I say, the odds of all those pregnancy tests being wrong is fairly slim (otherwise I will sue them. All of them).

WHAT? I always use a condom, I’m very careful about these sort of things.

Also this is the third, yes 3rd woman to email me with a pregnancy scare after we have broken up. I had no idea that was my type.

Bonus mad points for ‘I’m fairly sure I’m not’. There are tests available, you know, in shops.

But it stressed the hell out of me first of all, because I couldn’t work how I would explain this to you or if you’d acknowledge it and was working out how to explain everything I’m about to type.  Post-tests, I was much relieved but I really felt I should still wanted to let you know the following and explain some things.

Okay, get ready this next bit is a corker.

I find it odd to think of us just never speaking again (though will accept this, if this is really what you want) and also, I’ve been reading so much about Japan and Libya in the press lately (bear with me, I have a point…) and when there are so many truly important and devastating things going on in the world at the moment, I feel fairly guilty and self indulgent for drama being made out of things which didn’t need to be as dramatically blown out of proportion.

Yes, that’s right she has just used the Tsunami and massacres of civilians by the Gaddafi regime to try and guilt me into talking to her. This really is a new low.

People argue.And that’s normal in friendships, relationships whatever…but the idea of reacting by cutting someone out of your life altogether…well, I just feel it’s a bit overly dramatic and self indulgent. That’s not a pointed criticism at you-as I will explain, I too should have acted in a more sensible way…

It’s interesting she raises arguments, because she would often get into a huff and show this by refusing to talk or even look at me until I pestered her into talking. This often took hours. Hours. I don’t want to talk to her any more because I have nothing to say to her.

I’m a fairly introspective person and I do not like the way I behaved at several points in our relationship.

I’d quite like to get this printed out maybe on a poster or something or sewn into a commemorative cushion.

I should probably have told you what was wrong sooner and I’m very disappointed in myself for just storming off at the Museum that day – I think I explained why to you-I was trying so hard to start conversations and tell you things and I couldn’t understand why you weren’t responding and appeared to have no interest…however,  my marching off like a child was a ridiculous response and I understand why it may have left you bewildered.

She didn’t start conversations with a question, or a statement that inspired the curiosity she would just say things. Normally things she had said before and then fume because I didn’t have any more questions about them. The storming off incident was caused by her saying ‘I’m looking forward to my holiday’

We had already covered almost every aspect of her holiday. I knew where she was going, on a day by day basis. Her plans for it, every possible item she intended to buy for it. Who she was going to see, who she was going to miss.

I can confidently say that I could go on Mastermind and with ‘The Consultants holiday, which I’m wasn’t invited to’ as my specialist subject and pass with a high enough mark to get through to the finals. If the subject of her cats came up I could probably win the series.

I do not ever act like that and  I remember how I felt..tired and unsure what to do and frustrated…but those aren’t excuses. At the end of the day, I should have spoken to you properly.

Close, but yet still no mention of sorry. Maybe the s key is off in hiding with the o, r and y.

I also do not like the fact I sent you that text the morning we broke up; I’ve always believe those sort of things should never EVER be done by text or even phone but I figured if you weren’t going to come out that afternoon and talk, it seemed a clear signifier that things were done.

What about the other text messages? The two dozen you sent detailing everything about me that was wrong and all the ways I’d ever let you down. Did you quite like them and so didn’t feel you should almost apologise for them? 

I was also just frustrated and angry because, honestly, I wanted to see you and to talk but I should know better by now than to write such a message when feeling fairly emotionally charged which is a very silly thing to do and I am sorry for that.

Okay, here is a sorry. Although what she said she wanted to do in the text messages was take her shopping with my VIP discount card so she could get supplies for her holiday at a discount. Wow, what an offer!

I also need to learn that people will not necessarily respond the way I expect or think they should do. Sounds like an obvious thing really but I think after I send you that message, I assumed you’d ‘get’ from my texts that I was just drained from the situation and was responding out of frustration and not out of malice or spite. I am very aware of my faults, as outlined above… , but I’m not spiteful or petty; I hate the idea of hurting people; I want to make people happy and I’d never intentionally do anything to deliberately upset someone no matter what; I’m sorry if it hurt you.

Apart from all the things you did deliberately to show me how upset you were. Actually this paragraph was pretty good. If I hadn’t specifically told her never to contact me again, and if she’d only sent this then that would have been okay.

Also, honestly, I did think that the only reason you were annoyed about the situation was because you were losing the fact you had someone to sleep with on a regular basis. I know you reassured me this was not the case…but you must understand when you didn’t really inquire about my life or ideas or my past, to me that was the logical assumption.

Not really. No it’s you being MAD. Actually this is interesting. Just after I’d finally got her to talk about how angry she was she said that she had previously broken up with a man because she thought it was just about sex.

They were living together at the time nothing he said or did could persuade her otherwise and their relationship broke down. In hindsight she realised that this was her fault. I wonder if she will have the same insight about us?

I did enquire about her past. I knew where she grew up, where she went to school. Everywhere she had worked, what she did at the job and what she liked and hated about the job.

More than just that, I pulled in quite a lot of favours to further her career. Like big ones. I think this might come back to the fact she doesn’t really know how to start a conversation and there are only so many things I could ever say about her cat, which I’d never met.

It’s lovely that you could remember what I was wearing on each of our dates…but that just further kind of proved my point. It would have meant much more if you’d remember things I’d said or things you’d learned about me.

I did know all those too. I wasn’t aware I should have recited the significance of the ring you wore on your little finger (Holiday in Hawaii after quitting a job in Canada. You got upgraded on your room and had a hot tub that overlooked the sea) or a million other things I knew about you. 

When I have fairly serious back issues and you referred to my chiropractor as my ‘chiropodist’…things like that just wore me down.

I’M SUCH A HEARTLESS BASTARD. How can I even look at myself in the mirror. 

Again, please  don’t read this as an attack – I just wanted to properly articulate how I felt so you could perhaps understand why I responded the way I did. I knew, comparatively, a lot about you and I enjoyed finding out things and getting to know your character and I couldn’t understand why you didn’t respond in the same way to me – although, as I say, I know I should have articulated this better at the time.

Okay Ms Consultant. What do you know? I mean what did you really know about me? What is my favourite colour? Have I ever owned a cat? Which music do I like? What is my middle name?

I don’t want to sound like the tragic, undervalued female but I have had so many relationships which have just been focal on the sex, under the illusion of something more significant, I really needed something more meaningful.  E.g. When you told me the ‘only reason you wanted to go to the theatre was to f*ck me in the intermission’…I mean, you understand why I thought the way I did right?

Ahem right, well this is a bit tricky. *blushes*  Yes that sounds bad, but it was in the middle of some you know sexy talking during sex, which she started, out of the blue. It was quite shocking really.

I blushed after I said that and it was in reply to her request for something involving a conference room table. Which I should add, I didn’t take as a sensible request.

Yes I realise mentioning the theatre makes me sound a bit off, but there are some lovely shows on that I’d love to see.

Don’t get me wrong, I love sex and think it’s a terribly important part of a relationship…but I’m not a teenager anymore and the older I get, the more I realise I want something significant and long-lasting. I am sincerely sorry for the fact that I just seemed aloof and didn’t let you know what the issues was straight away…honestly, I think I just couldn’t comprehend that you couldn’t know what was wrong…but I should have thought about it more.

This is a pretty sensible paragraph, not much to complain about here. 

I hope this doesn’t seem a) rambling (I fear it might ) or b) antagonistic.

Email Fail

I just really wanted to mature route and “talk” about things properly, and apologise for not telling you why I was upset sooner.

I love that ‘talking’ like a ‘grown-up’ gets to be in quote marks.

It sounds like the biggest cliché in the world but life is so short and there’s so much hate and turmoil in the world already that unnecessary animosity and hostility, unless someone’s done something really terrible, seems ridiculous sometimes.

Yes, life is too short. I realised that it was too short to put up with any more of your nonsense.

Sometimes I think people are too ruled by maxims which indicate once you’ve ‘fallen out’ with someone, that’s it, that’s how things are. I never want to live like that and I never want to not be able to forgive someone or to be able to say I’m sorry.

This bit is also quite good. However the problem was that when we started officially going out rather than just dating you would get VERY ANGRY about something and then storm off, and I would have to patch things up. I don’t want to live like that. That was the point I realised we didn’t have a future.

I think part of the reason people find apologising or backing down so hard is because it’s a pride thing but pride is way overrated. I have no problem acknowledging that there are things I should have done better ..and if I couldn’t do that, that’s probably when I’d lose pride in myself. (Gah, that sounds rather like something a earnest teenage heroine of an American rom com).

Possibly, if I’d never met you.

But as I say, there are enough genuine problems and actually awful things in this world that pointless animosity just seems like such a waste of energy. And as I mentioned before, I’ve never and never would intentionally do anything to try and hurt you and I’m sorry if I did.

Well, yes, you did. You were angry and so you acted like you’d caught autism instead of trying to explain why. I never intentionality eat cupcakes but sometimes they just fall into my face.

Okay, this is way too long. My Hotmail keeps throwing back some of the emails I’m sending to my Gmail buddies today so I may send it to your Facebook as well. If this really has bothered you that much, then I’ll respect that and promise I won’t try and ‘amend’ things any more. But if you would like to talk then do let me know.


And I know you said you didn’t want to get ‘drawn into this’ anymore but I’m not trying to draw you into an argument or anything like that…as I mentioned at the beginning of what has now turned out to be some sort of dissertation, when there are such serious  and important and devastating things going on in the world all the time, I felt fairly silly about this huge deal where we ‘never speak again’ being made due to pride or other unimportant, self indulgent reasons. If you want to tell me why you were so angry with me, I’ll willingly listen and try to explain to you

I think her mistake is thinking that I’m boiling with rage (Although clearly I have the energy to do this post, but part of that was thinking that it might make good copy) when really I just don’t care.

Okay, well done if you made it this far!

Thanks, can my reward be you never contact me again?

This really is very long and my bed is asking to be snuggled up in and my West Wing DVDs are requesting to be watched. Hope you are having a fun and sun-filled weekend and if you do choose not to respond, best of luck with any future adventures you have planned!

I feel sorry for anyone you date in the future!

The Consultant


And relax, or read how it all began – 1st date, 2nd date, 3rd date, 4th date, 5th date, 6th date, 7th date, 8th date, being dumped via text.

This is our 200th post! WOO! 

  1. K
    April 18, 2011 at 4:08 pm

    How long did you go out with this person? TOO MUCH DRAMA. bajheeeeezus.

    On the other hand, self reflection- if this keeps happening to you…. take steps to change the record… xx


  2. April 18, 2011 at 4:16 pm

    I agree with you.
    I feel so sorry for anybody she dates in the future!

    She sounds like an absolute nut-job and like the type of person that just thrives off of drama.

    I’m glad you got out before it was too late Toast! haha

  3. MrsD
    April 18, 2011 at 4:16 pm

    Email back the link to this post

    • guerillakitchen
      April 18, 2011 at 5:02 pm

      I’m with MrsD

  4. eyebrowsofdoom
    April 18, 2011 at 5:09 pm

    Reading these things makes me want to be a better person. She repeats herself. A lot. Obviously just a child learning how to handle her stroppy insecure self. A shame she had to waste your time with it.

  5. eyebrowsofdoom
    April 18, 2011 at 5:20 pm

    I sound really self righteous. What I’ve missed is that this is also FUCKING HILARIOUS

  6. April 18, 2011 at 5:57 pm

    Hmmmmm, the positive……..well ladies go crazy over you.

  7. April 18, 2011 at 5:58 pm

    Toast – I have two questions: a) how long did you actually date the consultant? (Have known marriages break down with less introspection that her email shows…) and b) did you fail to take my dating advice and to double-check that you never, ever, date anyone who owns self-help books, or who speaks the language of self-help?! Molly x

  8. April 18, 2011 at 6:14 pm

    I literally found myself going “She is still talking!? SERIOUSLY?! And contradicting herself?!”

    You made a good escape from that one, Toast. That’s the type of talk you’d hear from someone just out of high school or college. She is unable to grasp the fact that she is not the center of the universe, or the most fascinating thing in it. And clearly has quite the madonna/whore complex going.

    Ps- I LOVED the tsunami comparison.

  9. @Rob_Lawford
    April 18, 2011 at 6:22 pm

    Congratulations on the 200th post, and what a way to do it.

    Comforting to know that these things(pregnancy scares, ranty txt’s & e-mails, storming off etc) happen to other people also… And the fact no ever knows how to react or deal with them.

    You have my sympathies, and I know not all women are like this… They must come looking for us!!

  10. Fleetstreetfox
    April 18, 2011 at 7:29 pm

    I am getting you that cushion.

  11. April 18, 2011 at 7:36 pm

    K – We went out for about three weeks, yes I know. I have terrible taste in beautiful women.

    MisterMama – A bit of drama is okay, but a chap can only take so much.

    Mrs D and GuerillaKitchen – YOU ARE NAUGHTY.

    Eyebrows – Who doesn’t want to be a better person? This was sent at 1am.

    Jillian – An excellent outlook, I’m going to remember that when I’m bleeding to death after being stabbed for posting this.

    Molly – a) Three weeks. b) I didn’t check, I should have

    Texting MrDarcy – Madonna/Whore complex? How so?

    Rob_Lawford – You get these sorts of emails too? That means there are even more people like this out there. Oh dear.

    FleetStreeFox – I am going to hold you to that.

    • katypie
      April 19, 2011 at 4:04 pm

      Wow. THREE weeks?! I was about to say that yes, her email was TOO long and self-indulgently navel-gazing, however her intentions seemed good … but THREE WEEKS!

      That’s the kind of shit I could imagine myself sending (and subsequently regretting) at the end of a long relationship when I’m still feeling an emotional wreck and am still pointlessly re-hashing it all in my head.

      But after three weeks the fact she thought it was “a relationship” is freaky enough, even without the other 1498 words!

      Like some of the other commenters I think you’re brave (foolhardy?!) to post this verbatim …

    • April 19, 2011 at 7:37 pm

      Psychobabble fail. I looked this up and apparently it only applies to MEN, viewing their women as more maternal than sex objects.

      What I meant to say is that she likes to be naughty, then feels guilty/insecure about it afterwords. See also: Crazy.

  12. MrsD
    April 18, 2011 at 7:41 pm

    Oh look, if you do it, one of two things will happen. Either she will be so cross she never contacts you again = good for you. Or she will be so cross she feels the need to send another, even rantier, crazier and more creative-with-the-truth email = good for me. Ha ha. Please? x

    • April 18, 2011 at 8:21 pm

      She knows where we live. I just don’t need to find the bloodied corpse of a cat mashed through the letterbox.

      • MrsD
        April 18, 2011 at 8:39 pm

        Can you at least consider starting a sideline wager where you compete to date the craziest lady in town?

  13. Lavinia
    April 18, 2011 at 8:44 pm

    This is clearly a self obssessed, insecure piece of work. There are always two sides to every tale, but just because you are a woman there’s no excuse to behave as though you have an excuse, nay right, to behave like this AND with a lack of courtesy and empathy. . . and using sex as the excuse…shameful. However, printing the letter for literary vultures and jackdaws to peck at is a poor show too…hmmm….you almost had the entire 100% of my sympathy

  14. April 18, 2011 at 8:56 pm

    MrsD :

    Can you at least consider starting a sideline wager where you compete to date the craziest lady in town?

    Toast has clearly won this pre-emptively. Seriously, the letter above is pretty much standard fare for him.

  15. April 18, 2011 at 8:59 pm

    Another positive, it doesn’t sound like you are a father.

    Desperation is so ugly… clearly not the brand of crazy you’re going to marry.

    BTW, this “kind” isn’t restricted to women only!

    Percentage of Marriage? ZERO?
    Percentage increase in fear of marriage? 150%?

  16. Woo
    April 18, 2011 at 10:04 pm

    ‘I hate the idea of hurting people’. HA HA HA! I know that one well; shorthand for ‘I do hurt people and by saying I don’t like doing it makes me look all sensitive and caring, and that when I behave like a bastard/bitch, you’ll think that I’m just a damaged soul, when in fact I am a manipuatve piece of toss.’

    The last time I had a conversation along these lines, after the other protagaonist had said ‘Let’s meet up’, at which I replied ‘What’s the point?’,he said ‘OK, I’ll write to you’. Some people never understand that they are total, manipulative tossers.

    Yes, I have been drinking.

  17. April 18, 2011 at 10:57 pm

    Woo :

    ‘I hate the idea of hurting people’. HA HA HA! I know that one well; shorthand for ‘I do hurt people and by saying I don’t like doing it makes me look all sensitive and caring, and that when I behave like a bastard/bitch, you’ll think that I’m just a damaged soul, when in fact I am a manipuatve piece of toss.’

    The last time I had a conversation along these lines, after the other protagaonist had said ‘Let’s meet up’, at which I replied ‘What’s the point?’,he said ‘OK, I’ll write to you’. Some people never understand that they are total, manipulative tossers.

    Yes, I have been drinking.


  18. April 18, 2011 at 11:20 pm

    Oh. My. God. WOW.

    Is this a very British thing to do – writing angrily worded letters of complaint?

    Like quite a few people, I find the e-mail incredibly hilarious. I’d half-suspect this was entirely fictional because it’s hard to believe that people can be that crazy or unaware.

    At the same time, I agree with Lavinia. You do have my sympathy as no one should have to put up with such behaviour, but… to print it out in full for all the world to see? Ouch!

    • eyebrowsofdoom
      April 19, 2011 at 7:44 pm

      Haha. YES. Strongly worded letters for the WIN.

      And major props to toasty for posting verbatim. It’s the only way.

  19. littlemsrandom
    April 18, 2011 at 11:26 pm

    Oh, forgot to add:

    THREE WEEKS? Jeepers.

    And why is this titled #1? Are there more in the works?

  20. Tom
    April 19, 2011 at 8:05 am

    Although the consultant is clearly a very confused woman, and most of her statements make you want to laugh or cry with despair, it’s a bit of a twat-ish thing to copy and paste the whole thing word for word for everyone to laugh at.

    Not very “Rule 10”

  21. April 19, 2011 at 9:22 am

    Lavinia – It is an anonymous blog, and as I mentioned she spent a whole day sending me abusive text messages. I had a long chat with Biscuit and a few female friends about posting it and they agreed it was okay if it was anonymous.

    Jillian – Yes, another positive point.

    Little Miss Random – It’s anonymous and if I had tried to just mention it no-one would have believed me.

    Tom – It’s anonymous. If we edited everything out that people might get upset by the blog wouldn’t have anything on it.

  22. Tom
    April 19, 2011 at 9:45 am

    It’s anonymous for now, but what if the blog went viral? I send a link to friends, they send it to friends, it *could* get back to her… I’m not saying never post anything anyone ever says, but putting the whole thing up warts and not just choice quotes isn’t very “gentlemanly” IMHO.

    As the lady says herself, “there are enough genuine problems and actually awful things in this world that pointless animosity just seems like such a waste of energy.” so I won’t say any more ;)

    • kate
      April 22, 2011 at 4:53 pm

      Yeah… I found this via stumbleupon. It is going viral a bit.

  23. Fi
    April 19, 2011 at 11:49 am

    A very lucky escape. She is all kinds of batshit crazy.

  24. maltrack
    April 19, 2011 at 5:49 pm

    But. But. Is this really verbatim? Because if she ever googles a favourite phrase and/or comes across this post, might she not work out a way to reveal who YOU are in real life…

  25. April 19, 2011 at 9:40 pm

    I feel I must chime in as someone who witnessed this all unfolding.

    I have seen Toast come back from the shop with oodles of luxury breakfast goodies every time she stayed over, take her to all the awesome parties and events, pull in favours to further his career and have stood with him in Victoria Secret whilst he took great care picking out some very nice lady clothes (BEFORE they were even officially an item!! I’VE never bought actual girlfriends that kind of present).

    She reciprocated by making him really stressed in those three weeks by blowing really hot and cold, having tantrums and making him work every step of the way just to find out what he had supposedly done wrong. He would come home from seeing her really stressed out and this lasted for the whole of the 3 weeks.

    He was incredibly restrained after receiving text after text after text telling him what a bad person he was and only replying with “please don’t contact me again”, which is a reasonable enough request.

    Ordinarily this would be relegated to a standard pub anecdote. However he THEN got the 1500 word diatribe furthering the blame and didn’t rise to it either. Posting it on an anonymous blog really is a very reasonable response on balance.

    There was also plenty that he didn’t write about.

    If you read back you’ll see all the mads unfolding and know that he’s not a cruel person and I’ve genuinely only seen him treat girlfriends very well.

    To keep girls anonymous we do change a lot of details, it’s not just a case of giving them a fake name. Yes, someone we’ve written about might stumble across it but that’s the danger whatever we write. Their anonymity is still protected.

    Obviously there’s a judgement call in posting a letter like this and anything we write is open to criticism of handling. This is a true account of our experiences trying to get hitched and it’s hard to write about real life relationships because they do contain a lot of awkward and embarrassing moments (hell, I wrote about TWICE burning my wink wonk washing it in a public bathroom with something that turned out to be very burny).

    As he said, if we censor out everything that might cause offence to someone then there’ll be nothing worth reading! Best we can do is make judgement calls. Some of you won’t agree with them but but I hope you can respect that we don’t do this flippantly and with no regard for the people who we write about.

    • Fi
      April 19, 2011 at 11:25 pm

      Having read all of the blog posts relating to ‘the consultant’ I’d say Toast did everything he could to have a viable relationship with her. I do think he made a reasonable request in asking her not to contact him again. She has quite clearly ignored the request and went on to tell him how shit he was in excruciating detail. She has of course nit realised she is batshit crazy and all the faults were her shortcomings projected onto Toast. To be honest I reckon she’s got off lightly with this post, I would have been pushing for mental health professionals intervening on her behalf. Also I don’t think she would recognise herself in this post, she may recognise the letter but because of Toast’s input breaking down the letter and explaining the context, she probably wouldn’t be able to reconcile the person/actions described with her own view of herself.

      • Fi
        April 19, 2011 at 11:29 pm

        Not that I think you are shit Toast, I had meant to write in her opinion after that bit.

        *nit should be not.
        Apologies for the shocking typing skills.

  26. MrsD
    April 19, 2011 at 10:47 pm

    I have to say, I totally disagree with those folks who have an issue with Toast posting this letter. Firstly, it would seem a little hypocritical for anyone reading a blog such as this to get quite so upset about an invasion of anyone’s privacy – surely part of the appeal is that vicarious pleasure gained by being allowed into a strangers life? Secondly, I would not say this post reads as sensationalist tabloid fodder, more an honest representation of the ending of this relationship. Some reactions might be distasteful to other readers but that can hardly be the fault of the bloggers, can it?

    And finally, truthfully, this would not have been as compelling a journey to follow were it not for the truth in what is written. I say, if you don’t like it, don’t read it.

  27. guerillakitchen
    April 21, 2011 at 12:06 pm

    Three weeks? Three weeks? Oh my f**king God. My money’s on another post being devoted to a follow-up from the bunny boiler within the month. Suggest moving house not the worst idea you could have.

  28. MFR
    May 12, 2011 at 12:15 pm

    Gosh. I had what now seems a squirmy overreaction to a similarly short relationship ending in my student days and it wasn’t even *close* to this remarkable diatribe. It certainly sounds like you’ve had a lucky escape and this woman could do with some serious lessons in self-awareness and communication skills. That said, maybe in future you should also invest a bit more time in figuring out whether someone’s worth it before pulling them favours or buying them nice things, and don’t waste any more of your time or money on people like this.

  29. May 12, 2011 at 1:33 pm

    MFR – Yes, it was a lucky escape it really was and I promise to take it S-L-O-W next time.

  30. jane
    July 22, 2011 at 2:40 pm

    i jz accidentally gone through urs…n i really liked ur blog v mch…but 2 say honestly i connect 2 her in sm ways…may b sending angry msgs abt 10 or 20 so on…wht 2 do i hv no courage 2 seriously confront on a particular situation(i kn but my boy frn diverts d topic so i feel its convenient 2 vent my anger vtout any interruption thru msgs) but i hv relationshp 4m past 3 yrs n i realy dnt no hw further it on or end it bt i tnk i may end it soon(actually i tried 2 end vt 20 or mr angry msgs but my boy frn wont allow me 2 end it n if i evr spk 2 hm agn i 4gt evrytng n agn vl giv hm a chance n d hidtory repeats agn 20 angry msgs or mr…nywys i tnk i vl follow u regularly nw onwards its v interesting 2 gt sm men point f view tnx 4 ur blog

  31. jane
    July 22, 2011 at 2:42 pm

    in above msg @ 8th line it is history

    • July 23, 2011 at 8:53 am

      Glad to hear you like the blog Jane. I hope things work out with the man, or at least you get to finish things if that’s what you want.

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