We broke up and he is dating
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It’s not a race but it kind of totally is and he just f*cking won. All the “progress” that you convinced yourself you made is long gone and you’re left feeling like an un-sexy, unwanted fool. Maybe the joke’s on him, karma is slowly kicking in and he’s in the biggest relationsh*t joke of all: YASSS! You nailed it once again and you look so fierce in those pants. Maybe he’ll replace the new pic that the “rebound” took of him with the one I took for his dating profile. I know there was one he like but she didn’t like him back.
You start bracing yourself for the inevitable proposal that was supposed to be yours while you scroll through the Instagram of her Aunt’s daughter’s prom date’s sister’s brother. I read that someone said this in another comment on the last post, but you do really look exactly like Kate Beckinsale. Yup yup yup the inevitable conundrum of unanswered questions and tying my worth to what my ex might be in now, the famous unreliable source to move on “the rebound.” I’m very familiar and the term rebound. He hasn’t really been successful even if he shows up he has more than one date per day.
He has been with an old flame ever since we broke up and it’s quite possible that they were messaging whilst we were still together which helps explain why he didn’t want to work on things as this was our first ever bump in the road for our entire relationship, so it didn’t make sense to me that he just wanted to give up until I realised there was another girl on the scene.
I don’t think he’s dealt with any emotions, but I don’t know if he actually has any because he can’t be that sad if he’s moved on already.
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Keep things short and chatty to test the waters, remember that you don’t have anything to lose by reaching out and have fun getting to know the person on the other side of the profile; once you are ready, set up that first date!
You know, that thing you’ll never label your ex as being in because you’re more comfortable convincing yourself that he’s a changed, f*cktard-no-more, emotionally available, empathetic prince that’s now with a new/hot/cool girl who’s everything you never were and never can be.
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