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Nice and simple this week. Just tell us the exact moment you knew that relationship, that job or that penchant for custard-dipped young boys was over.

(, Thu 21 Jul 2005, 10:45)
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Tony Blair: We will carry on as normal...
I knew it was over, I think, the day she got stuck on the next tube train into Edgware Road after the bombing, and I was in Germany drinking and watching U2 in concert. Ever since that day, we've been poles apart.

I definitely knew it was over last Friday night, when I got a text saying she'd been talking to her City-based ex, who at least "understood about London at the moment".
(, Thu 28 Jul 2005, 11:11, Reply)
I knew...
...when she said "I want the man I'm with to have two showers a day".
(, Thu 28 Jul 2005, 11:04, Reply)
And I REALLY knew it was over...
shortly after we split up, when I'd heard that he'd moved in with the aforementioned sl*pper and he called me to deny everything (yet again).

When I burst into tears at his blatant lack of any kind of respect or consideration for my feelings (let alone the fact that a year of cheating had finally all come to light), he yelled down the phone at me asking how dare I cry on HIS time, and that he wasn't paying for a phone call to listen to me in tears... Nice huh?

Next QOTW please...
(, Thu 28 Jul 2005, 11:02, Reply)
This chubby lass started yodelling.
Apparently it's a tell-tale sign.
(, Thu 28 Jul 2005, 10:36, Reply)
I knew it was over long before I could actually get rid of her.
The day she started an arguement over a kebab (her demonic screams over a lack of a tomato on it cleared the room during a festive get together). A whole room had heard her request "everything except tomatoes, you know how I hate them . . ."
Her conversational skills bordered on tourettes. If you can imagine the rage-filled "infected" from 28 Days Later with no real speech, only wordless throat-wrenching screams and flailing arms.
She used to insist that every picture of me that I showed any friends had to have her in it with me - even my own personal MSN profile.
She had even moved in without asking me after only a few months, I came home and all her stuff was taking residence in my flat - she still refused to pay half of my rent.
Rather than bringing up any concerns, or even discuss anything, she'd wait till we were attending a good natured dinner party at a friend's house before publicly shouting things like: "this bastard refuses to buy me a new bed".
She bordered on violent when I wouldn't give the drunken bitch her car keys, and at christmas she spent 3 hours on my phone to her ex in Canada and asked to go on holiday with him and saying that he was the one true guy for her - she still refuses to see why this may annoy a current boyfriend.
So I knew it was over when it started, but the trick was getting rid of her in such a way that she wouldn't become agressive after I'd chucked her out and make my life hell.
Mission accomplished, but that's another story.
(, Thu 28 Jul 2005, 10:33, Reply)
I just knew
that they'd found out when they took me aside in my first week of my new job and told me I had to leave the building immediatly.

found out what u ask...not tellin. Dont want a repeat of that shite again.
(, Thu 28 Jul 2005, 10:30, Reply)
when it was liver
Oohhhh, was it when after 21 years marriage, she said

I dont love you in the same way anymore..nope
When she didnt want to go to counselling.nope
When she said she wasnt comfortable with me in the house..nope
When everything I said or did seemed to be wrong nope
When after getting stone-walled at every turn I finally took the bull by the horns and said to her Lets knock it on the head??.nope
When the house was getting sold and I was emptying the garage and I got an anonymous phone call from a woman telling her to leave her man alone.could be
(, Thu 28 Jul 2005, 10:22, Reply)
When he told me
women shouldn't have jobs.
My mom's a lawyer and my aunt's a biochemist. I was in high school at the time, getting ready for college (looking towards my MA after this year), taking AP classes, competing in Speech and Debate, et cetera. The top students in our school were nearly all girls, and were also my best friends. I'm really not sure why he didn't think I would find his comment offensive.
Then he got melancholy when we drifted apart.
(, Thu 28 Jul 2005, 9:23, Reply)
I held him in my hands....
After years of a fully functional relationship he just lay there, bleeding in my lap, the sex was always fantastic and he never complained even if i was a bit smelly. Poor richard was dead, hardly suprising as i had been physically abusing him for years when that night he.....*sniff sob*....he...... fell off.

Richard was a stupid name for a penis anyway........and now i get to be a lesbian!
(, Thu 28 Jul 2005, 8:57, Reply)

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