(Closed) have you ever broken up a couple by accident????

posted 9 years ago in Relationships
Post # 3
7431 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2009

Lmao that’s awesome! I think you’ve done both couples a favor, sometimes it takes someone being blunt like that to realize your in a dead relationship.  I’ve actually had the opposite effect, I told my BFF at the time that her Boyfriend or Best Friend was cheating on her and she decided to believe him over me.  We don’t talk anymore, and they live right behind us.  She puts on a front that things are so great between them, but we’re friends with her dad and he tells us how miserable their relationship is (they live with him). She’s so oblivious to things, I can’t believe their still together.

To each their own, at least I can say I’m in a genuine relationship Laughing

Post # 4
715 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2010

Usually, it is because I am good friends with the bf. Then gfs get jealous. And then they break up. Usually, I back off too. Girls sometimes are crazy.

Post # 5
1490 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

A bit foot in mouth to be sure, but ultimately you did both of those girls a favor. Why can’t men break up with women they have no intention of marrying? It’s maddening.

Post # 6
3979 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: January 2012

lol eloping what a unique talent you have…  😛

Yeah 7 years is too long & if you don’t know after 3, you’ll probably never know… but omg! lol

Post # 7
666 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

Wow, eloping!  Although, it sounds like neither relationship was going to “make it” anyway.  I do not think I have ever broken anyone up.  I’m actually a little impressed you are so persuasive.

Post # 8
484 posts
Helper bee

I kissed a guy that had a girlfriend once – I did NOT know he had a girlfriend – apparently they had “become bf/gf” the night before. He then dumped her for me. It lasted a few weeks until he showed his true jerky colors and I told him to beat it. Ahh, to be 18 again.

eloping, you remind me of my mom, she is always telling guys to get it together and make their long term girlfriend their wife!

Post # 9
251 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 1990

Haha, um no offense but that’s pretty awful!  I would probably not comment on other people’s relationships if I were you, eek.  Its probably more their business anyway.

If only you could turn that power to good instead of evil! Get people engaged- that’s much more pleasant!

Post # 11
314 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2009

That’s a pretty funny gift you’ve got, eloping! Probably not the super power you were hoping for, but it sounds like you’re using it for the common good so I wouldn’t sweat it. You could advertise your talents:

Are you unsure if your boyfriend loves you? Is he ever going to make a long-term commitment? For $99.95 I will personally spend 5 minutes with your signigicant other, and within 24 hours I GUARANTEE that you will know the answer to your burning questions!

Post # 12
487 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2009 - Byodo-In Temple, Luau Reception

LoL…that is great. Seriously though, you didn’t really break them up, you just made them see the light before they did. :o)

million, that’s great! eloping should totally advertise her talents! haha

Post # 13
202 posts
Helper bee

Oh my coworker has been dating (and living with) his girlfriend for the past 3 years and none of us suspect a ring in the near future.  His parents aren’t in the happiest of marriages (more of a social arrangement) and hes living a great life (hey, why buy the cow when the milk is pouring out)… I’ve been so close to telling his girlfriend these thoughts but I’ve been lucky enough to keep my mouth closed!

I love your stories though, you saved these ladies a lifetime of just “okay.”

Post # 14
14186 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

Oh my goodness, haha! I think if somebody’s comments can *cause* somebody to break up, they were probably already there anyways. Not sure I’ve exhibited such foot-in-mouth candor, but I know I have in relatin to other things. I’m sure I’ve just blocked it.

Post # 15
1562 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

pretty funny stories…(although sad in their own right) but my first though – as a couple of people already posted…if they broke up over ONE comment from someone they barely know – then the relationship was bad / not healthy to begin with.

especially after 7 years?! i mean that’s pretty sad if a guy just ups and decides in one night – after ONE comment to dump his girl after that long – there HAD to be other things going on and this HAD to be something he’d already been contemplating.

can’t say I’ve ever messed with someone else’s relationship like that..but again – some things are meant to be.

Post # 16
3125 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: December 2009

eh, don’t stress about it.  If a comment in passing can break someone up then it was time!  But like the other posters – I think you probably could sell this talent of yours!  I know someone that’d hire you 😛

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