(Closed) Speaking to your ex nightmares made flesh

posted 5 years ago in Encore
Post # 3
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Busy bee

LOL that sucks. I don’t talk personal things with my xDH – just about the kids.  If I had to talk to him about anything more, I’d probably puke on him. 

Post # 4
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3117 posts
Sugar bee

@jmaze:  BWAHAHAHAHA…My sentiments exactly! My ex husband had the nerve to hit on me the other day (mind you, he is currently living with his former mistress) and there is an engagement ring on my finger.  Maybe he thought I wouldn’t keep the child support court date. He totally overestimates how charming he is.  A real DOUCHE.

Post # 5
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2375 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

Mine wasn’t a nightmare, but I needed to see my ex about 6 months post divorce, and he insisted we grab lunch.  It was the most awkward 30 minutes of my life.  Oh, and he hugged me when we said goodbye.  I was going for the wave, and I got squish-hugged.  It was just weird.

Post # 6
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979 posts
Busy bee

I can’t stand to listen to mine speak. His voice just irks me when I hear him speak.  Glad most of our communication is through email or text.  Ever since he found out I’m engaged, he’s laid off the emails…they were daily. I think he’d make up things about the kids just to email me – he got married this past December.  Seriously, leave.me.alone.  We got divorced for a reason.  Half of the stuff he’d email me about with the kids, SeriouslY? you can’t take care of this yourself?  You’re going to nit pick about something that stupid? He likes to throw adult temper tantrums too. I told him a few months ago that I don’t have time to cater to his adult temper tantrums anymore to go to his new wife.  LOL  

Post # 9
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Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

@Flanders:  What a schmuck. Close encounters with the douche-kind indeed. I should mention he is well older than me and this really isn’t acting his age, it’s more like acting his middle age crisis. I don’t know why – but the whole conversation seemed designed to make me jealous somehow. Like I am into deviants who pick up young girls or something??

I didn’t marry my ex (thank GODDDDDDD), but lmao this describes him to a tee. We’ve been broken up for almost 5 years. I moved on, I’m engaged, getting married in 4 months. I’m happy, healthy, and I look great. I’ve run into him twice (shocking, since we live in the same town) and BOTH times he’s acted like your ex. Dude. I don’t give a fuck about you. You’re still a douche. You treated me like shit for 3 years, and now I’m happy with someone who LOVES me, takes care of me, and, frankly, is way better. And no, I’m not jealous of your homely girlfriend–I thought she was your mom at first.

Post # 11
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11233 posts
Sugar Beekeeper
  • Wedding: August 2013

@Flanders:  LOL omg yes. He’s got this really douchey car that he loves and spends all of his money on, and he’s always like, “Yeah, I get so much young pussy because of this car! I paid cash, did you know that?” LMAO Your DAD paid cash, idiot, and you’ve been paying him back for the last seven years!

Post # 13
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Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

Wasn’t married to my ex but we’ve got a kid so I see him 2-3 days a week. I can’t even look at him. His very existence infuriates me. He seems to forget that the reason I left was because he thought going out with his friends and drinking was more important than helping out his girlfriend with a newborn. Now he acts all butthurt because he had to move 300 miles to be able to see his kid. Should have thought of that before he decided to be a douchebag!

Post # 15
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Buzzing Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 2013 - St. Augustine Beach, FL

@Flanders:  Thankfully the one time I have seen my ex in public he had the decency to look frightened and embarassed before grabbing his girlfriend and practically running to other side of the restaurant with her.  It was pretty hilarious.  I then proceeded to play “bar survivor” with my FH.  “Bar survivor” is where you are at a place first and your ex shows up and you refuse to leave first because you don’t want them to think they scared you off.  We pretty much ruined his lunch and day while having fun with the bar owner who thought it was hilarious.

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