What’s the most shallow reason you’ve dumped someone?

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  1. mcpon14

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    ^ You could have an open relationship. :)
     
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    That's a whole other conversation and both would have to be invested in the idea.
    It's a tough thought.
    Some might be ok with it until their partner is off with someone else.
    It could get real very fast and one of those things you might not know until you try, but it if you try it ruins everything.
     
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  3. skrinkle

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    I’m 99% sure my ex did this. We started dating at the end of summer, then by the time summer rolled around again he randomly text dumped me out of the blue. Summer ended and he contacted me asking if we could talk, I said yes because I wanted closure since the breakup was so out of the blue. He started saying he wanted me back and I declined and he just started crying int he middle of the restaurant, he was holding back but tears were rolling down his face and I was like shit he’s for srs. Told him I’d give him a second chance, and it was perfect again until summer started and he text dumped me out of the blue again :err: then by the end of summer he texted me again and I just never responded and that was the end of it. So fuckin wild, I hope he rots :)
     
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    to clarify i never tried to get back with any of them or ask for another chance.
    it was just me being young and stupid.
     
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    Can you really call it fighting at the age of three ?
     
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    He fights the same way as he did when he was 3. He just sits there in his diaper and goes WAAAHHHHHH!! the whole time, sobbing, lol.
     
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    Lol, depending on the opponent that tactic could work or backfire in more than one way. A grown man in a diaper sobbing could be considered pathetic and off putting and opponent leaves. Or the opponent takes the opportunity to finally beat up a baby. Last but not least the opponent is into men in diapers and proceeds to fulfill a long desired fantasy.
     
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    The amount of dudes that are into the whole diaper fantasy thing is kind of sickening.
    I have so many questions, that I'm probably better off not having answered haha.
     
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    My old fwb identifies as a little - has a pacifier and is a bit of an oddball.

    We didn’t do anything involving that particular fetish, but it was a little strange for sure
     
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    A guy dumped me once because I had a varicose vein in my labia. :cry:
     
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    These are not the same person, but here it goes:

    He didn't spell stuff correctly when he typed (people who type "could of").
    He didn't have proper etiquette at the table (I mean he held the fork like a savage and chewed with his mouth open ffs).
    He spat on the street and burped in public A LOT.
    His only topic of conversation was the wind, the surf and the swell, which made convos not very stimulating for me and he conjugated the verbs awfully ("we was going there" type of thing).

    Grammar and politeness are literally my biggest pet peeves.

    And the last guy did something I didn't like. We were at a food court and I we had just finished eating. I was going to pick up my stuff to put it in the trash, but he grabbed me by the waist and conducted me away from it saying "people get paid to clean up. let them". That didn't sit well with me.
     
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    That food court shit wasn't shallow at all, I would do the same thing
     
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    Yeah, I mean I wouldn't dump someone over that and I would help correct the behaviour.
     
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    What bothered me was that he tried to control me to do something he wanted. Like it's fine if he doesn't want to pick up after himself, but the fact he wanted to interfere with my action of picking up after myself was what bothered me the most. I wasn't going to stick around to correct that.
     
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    I would have in that moment said "dont touch me, I'm picking up after myself "
     
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    I avoid conflict. However, all I could think about was the stuff I left behind. I excused myself and told him I was going to the bathroom, went back to my table and threw my stuff in the trash. But even after I did it, all I could think about was that one thing he did. I don't know why, but it was a major turn off. I don't remember ever being that turned off by something someone did.
     
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    For being a man child.

    I bought my first house at 21.
    Owned my vehicle outright.
    Successfully getting ahead in life as a single mom at 25 etc.

    He wasnolde than me and just had zero financial sense. In a ton of debt, foreclosed on his house,lived with his mom and she dis everything for him. Even work training that he had to do online,she did it. His laundry. Paying his bills over the phone etc.

    I didn't have time to mother a 30ish year old man child on top of my own child.
     
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    How shallow of you lol
     
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    I decided to not continue going on dates with someone because their teeth were gross?
     
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    I mean the one BIG break up I had was a legit reason, he was an abusive piece of trash so he deserved to go
     
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