Men don’t “revenge date” any more than women do; it’s a waste of our time.

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You talk about how amazing you are, so you should have guys lining up around the block, right? I think what’s really bothering you is that you’re afraid since your ex has dated both you and a woman who has made several life choices you don’t agree with, you must have more in common with her than you think (because obviously he liked both of you!

), but I wouldn’t worry about that though, because I suspect your judgmental behavior here — even if it’s unintentional — was present in the relationship, and that is what caused the break-up.

If this guy is as much of a shitbag as you present him to us, then don’t waste any more of your time wondering about his life.

You already deleted his contact from your phone and his Snapchat dick pics and all that newfangled jazz; now you have to take the real plunge: willing yourself, cold turkey, to ignore his very existence. For a “superior” woman, you are quite mean and petty.

He’s rushing into it, they quickly went public with the relationship, he’s still seemingly interested in you, etc.

— all of that sounds like a rebound, or at least a casual “relationship.” She’s probably totally in the dark and… I’m gonna stop right there because why do you even care about any of this?

And yet, my boyfriend dumps me and turns around two months later and is Facebook-official with another girl.

He brings her knick-knacks, and he spends time with her family. — A Few Steps Above Brian: What bothers me more than the utter nastiness of your attitude toward the new girlfriend, a total stranger, is the seeming contradictions in the two situations: your former relationship and his current one. The most plausible explanation is that he wanted an FWB and you refused; good move on your part.

Or maybe, you know, he didn’t feel obligated to tell his ex when he started dating someone new, because what good would that do?