Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Breaking Up These Days


Yup, I saw this just now and I remembered how much it sucks to be dumped via social networking.

I was dumped in March via Facebook:


So we have to ask ourselves:

Why are the generations becoming such heartless bitches?

Seriously, why do people think that it's okay to do this? It's one of those things that lacks sincerity and sensitivity in what could have been a very meaningful relationship to the other person. Luckily for me, my relationship had only lasted...what...not even two whole months, so it wasn't that heartbreaking. I didn't feel sad or hurt or anything like that, just disappointed. Disappointed that, although he may have needed to break up with me, he didn't do it the decent way. Why couldn't he send me a text saying that he wanted to talk and dumped me face to face? Why did he think it would be alright to just wake up the next morning and find out, "Oh, I was dumped last night"?

It's just common decency, surely, to dump them face to face. I wouldn't have even minded if it was on the phone. But to dump someone via social networking is just...it's the coward's way out.

If you've been dumped via social networking, or if you've dumped someone via social networking, or you just have an opinion on the matter, feel free to leave a comment.

Keep smiling!


Claire

3 comments:

  1. I've been dumped via text. That was the worst, made me feel cheap and useless. It could not have been worse at all. Been dumped via facebook, over the phone, yet text is far too trivial for something so serious.

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    1. I think both via text and via social networking are just as bad. I don't understand why people think it's okay to do it.

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  2. Such a heartless thing to do!! At least have the decency to break up face to face!! Claire we should be facebook friends!!

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