Wednesday, January 11, 2006

Tackier than breaking up by a Post-It note

Text-messaging your ex-husband to tell him that you thought he should know that you are engaged.

Because you thought he never noticed anything when he was married to you (which, by the way, was until about 10 days ago-literally), so he probably didn't see your ring when you flashed it around on the day you dropped the kids off last weekend.

Who says internet love can't work out?

May karma bring you all the karma you deserve.

10 comments:

amy said...

That is pretty tacky. Post-it note breakups are bad. As are text message and email ones. Kinda cowardly and stupid if you ask me. Shows what they're worth.

But karma, now there's a witch we can all enjoy! :)

missbhavens said...

meee-ow!

text message? Eeeek.

momma of 2 said...

gotta lover karma...

but talk about tacky, tacky tacky!

Jenell said...

The flashlight was a Bosch brand. James was trying to get a flashlight that could use the same rechargable batteries as his drill and saw. He said it's probably not worth the $30, but is still making up his mind. He likes Bosch, though - you could check out that brand.

I told him that your husband loves flashlights and is passing on the habit to your son, and James' eyes sparkled with possibilities for Wesley and Ollie.

Bossy♥'s YOU said...

oh say it isnt so.......some people have no class

Marel Lecone said...

I'm always surprised to hear how much conversation even happens by text message. Dating? Breaking up? It is so annoying.

:)

vani said...

that is pretty stupid and immature. i hate text messaging, takes too long to enter what i wanna say..lol

QOS said...

i have a friend who was dumped via a fax. . .that sat on the machine all day.

his co-workers were squawking over it by the water cooler way before he ever saw it.

Random Vixen said...

people like that should be shot.

Memphis Steve said...

I keep watching "They Call Me Earl" and seeing how all the karma pays back the bad people. But then I think of all the REALLY BAD people I've met since moving to Memphis and how none of them are ever paid back. Then I remember that it's all just TV and means nothing.

Remember the episode last week where the manager of Burger King was a total asshat and lived in a mansion with a beautiful wife and all that, and karma wasn't paying him back until Earl punched him? Yeah, I know that guy. He lives in a mansion on a hill in wealthy Germantown, just outside of Memphis and he's the biggest narcissistic asshole I've ever met in my life, which is saying something considering the number of corporations I've worked at and the number of corporate upper management I've met.