1) Leave the ex alone
2) Do not call the ex
3) Do not stalk the ex
4) Do not think about the ex
5) See rules 1-4

*drops mic and walks off stage into a cloud of smoke*
"Knowing is not enough, we must apply. Willing is not enough, we must do."----Bruce Lee "The Tao of Jeet Kune Do"
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Originally posted by xxGAMBITxx:
1) Leave the ex alone
2) Do not call the ex
3) Do not stalk the ex
4) Do not think about the ex
5) See rules 1-4

*drops mic and walks off stage into a cloud of smoke*


If you do #4.......everything else is sooooo easy!!! Wink
9. No waiting a month and then contacting the ex like nothing ever happened.

10. No throwing a pity party for yourself and pretending to be broke, sick, sad, stranded, out of gas, homeless, or mentally retarded to try to get the ex back. (Happens to me all the time)

11. No hiring a friend to spy on the ex.

12. No hiring anyone to pretend to be your new bf/gf in an effort to make your ex jealous.

13. No calling the ex's family crying about "I don't know what happened".

14. No dating the ex's cousin for revenge.

15. No spreading rumors about the ex.
I don't know, Kweli. I'm always down to hear that stuff from my friends. It helps to come to a point where you can recognize the rotten behavior for what it was and talk about it easily. Some of y'all's antics are quite ridiculous. And those stories nevah get old! laugh

19. Do not set your ex up on dates with other people. Just don't. Especially if you are now in a relationship. Something very condescending about that.
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19. Do not set your ex up on dates with other people. Just don't. Especially if you are now in a relationship. Something very condescending about that.
20. Don't go out with one of your ex's friends after the break up. Poor taste.
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I have to disagree, unless the person was an absolute shit to you.

Just because things do not work out between lovers does not mean that they become unfit for anyone else that you know. Don't lose sight that we are looking for a life mate and if someone does not fit us they may be suitable to our friends as they may be compatible.

Your ex's friends are fair game just so long as there has been an appropriate time from the end of the relationship to the start of the new one (time depends on the area in which you live 2-6mos) and definately no sneeking around as that will lead to trouble fo sure.

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