#ExProbs: Splitsville For A Reason

#ExProbs: Splitsville For A Reason

[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Oh, exes. We all have them. There’s the flirtation, the butterflies, the falling in love, and then of course there is that inevitable spark that can fuel a fiery breakup. Sometimes it’s mutual, sometimes it’s brutal, but either way it happens, and it’s never fun to go through. We’ve compiled a list of some of the most un-fun baggage that comes along with having exes.

1. Cheater cheater best friend eater

I think the name speaks for itself here. You cheated, you lose. But the aftermath? Cheating means having to deal with trust and commitment issues for a long time, and no one wants to have to do that.

2. The late night “I miss you” text

Yes, I know I’m the best thing that ever happened to you. But constantly being woken up at 2 in the morning and being reminded that my ex still exists isn’t the best way to get over a break up.


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3. You’re way too over-controlling and I’m way over you

Now that we’re over, I realize how over-controlling you were, and I was so in love with you that I didn’t see it. Good riddance, I don’t have time for that. From now on, I’m probably going to take “free spirit” to a whole new level.

4. I never wanted to be friends with your friends’ girlfriends

Why do guys assume, and I’m speaking guys specifically on this one, that you’ll automatically be friends with his best friend’s girl? Excuse me, I make my own friends and I don’t need or want you to tell me which ones I can hangout with. And now that we’re broken up I still have to deal with her incessant snap chat selfies since she thinks we’re still “bff”.

5. We have the same group of friends

Oh, the awkwardness. We could be amicable, or it could be all-out, choosing sides war. Either way, we’re going to run into each other and it’s not going to be the most comfortable encounter in the world.

#ExProbs, the list goes on and on. And now that we’re broken up, we’re allowed to be a little bit more bothered by your annoying habits that we accepted when we were together. Best of luck with your next relationship!


Written by Nicolette Barba and Sam Martin[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]