Post # 47
Congratulations, FB ranter. You are a douchebag.
Honey, you made the right choice by leaving him. Ignore everything this idiot has to say about you and move on with your new hubby. You deserve at least that.
Post # 48
Sounds like my dad. Some people, I swear.
Post # 49
@paula1248: These are the OPs friends and family, not the ex’s. It’s probably just an oversight that they haven’t bothered to unfriend him, so I don’t really see the downside. They would probably be happy to honor her request, especially under the circumstances.
I doubt he’d feel anything except disappointed he no longer has an audience. As for telling her friends and family not to tell her what they read, what if he’s in the process of going off the deep end? I’d want to know. So maybe leave one trusted friend on his list, but otherwise, why subject your relatives and friends to all of that? I wouldn’t.
Post # 50
you have to just laugh internet stuff off as no big deal 🙂 hey- at least he’s not banging on your front door!
Post # 51
@orchidaloha: sounds like my ex; what a first class douchebag
Post # 52
@weddingmaven: Yes I knew they were OP’s friends. And I don’t like even friends telling me what I can and can’t read. But I was assuming someone was telling OP about the rants. If the ex’s rants are automatically appearing in OP’s newsfeed – though I don’t know how, if he’s blocked – then that needs to be addressed, I agree.
Post # 53
It is really terrible he seems to have such hard feelings, despite how much of an ass he was to you (the cheating, etc.)
Good for you for leaving him and moving on with your life. It sounds like he has emotional problems.
Post # 54
@orchidaloha: Why would anyone tell you about this? For what purpose? If this childish, ugly rant didn’t make them unfriend him, you should probably unfriend them Because it seems to me they’re just hanging around waiting for some drama.
Post # 55
It was my 17 year old cousin (who lives in another continent & has met him once) that told me about it. She doesn’t know any better and I’m sure she was just telling me because it was about me, not to evoke drama. Not that any drama would come out of it, I have no interest in having any contact with him whatsoever so it’s much easier to laugh it off and forget about it. As for the people I messaged, they are all either close friends with no other connection to him or my family members (most of who live thousands of miles away), I really don’t think it’s unreasonable to ask them to no longer have contact with him. We have three mutual friends who were friends with both of us and I didn’t ask them to unfriend him, but none of them were invited to the wedding so I don’t have to worry about them posting something about it.
The status has since been removed from his FB. A friend told me she reported it (before unfriending him, yay!) and I reported it myself. I temporarily unblocked him to see who he’s still friends with and the comment was posted publicly so I reported it and blocked him again.
Funniest part in this whole situation is only one person liked his status…. his grandma! Oh, and he’s 31.
Post # 56
Wow, he sounds like a real class act. Why did you leave him again?
I was also in a short marriage–married at 23, left him a few months ago after 2 years b/c he was cheating on me the whole time–and his mistress (aka the whore he cheated on me with, who moved into my house with him as soon as I left) has been talking shit about me on social media since I left him… Calling me a bitch and saying I need to learn how to “keep a man”. And she’s been trying to friend as many of my friends as possible so she can post ad nauseum on their walls. Blocked her, blocked him, blocked his mom. Just be happy the bad people are out of your life and you have an awesome new husband!
Post # 57
Wow, he’s one classy guy. I’ve got a 12 year old brother in law who’s more mature than that. Sad.
Post # 58
I can somewhat relate to you. Before I tell you my story I want to give you some advice. First off if your friends met this guy in person then they have every right to be friends with him. If they haven’t met him in person then you have every right telling them to unfriended this psyco. Family on the other hand you have every right to tell them to take your ex off Facebook because they should be supporting you and your loyalty to you no matter what.
A few years back I met a guy on video chat. We were friends for a while. I never met him in person. I was introduced by my former best friend to him and my former best friend never met this guy in real life. Well this guy was really into me and he was doing DVDs for me and in return he wanted a boob picture. He also went into my Facebook to read my messages. Long story short I cutted contact with him and I ask my former best friend to do the same and she refused. So I cut virtually all ties with the former best friend.
your ex is a totally douch bag and a Inmature punk. I’m glad you left him. He has no business talking crap about you on Facebook and he’s really shady about adding your friends and family. As far as your friends being friends with your ex on Facebook if they met him and hung out with him in real life then you have no business telling them to unfriend him. If they haven’t met him in real life but are friends with him on facebook for the heck of it then these friends arent worth your time. As far as family goes they should be I friending your ex because family is family and they need to be loyal and remain loyal to you.
Post # 59
@paula1248: I agree with you about your statement but I agree with it if you only met them in real life.
Post # 60
I’me tempted to send him a thesaurus!
Post # 61
@orchidaloha: He surely acted like a high schooler…. Glad you are better off 🙂