ORANGE COUNTY, Calif. — A man found out his ex-fiancée was cheating on him and ended his 5-year relationship — and he got the last word when she started text messaging him, trying to rekindle their love. His grammar correction has become a huge hit.
The conversation begins with a text from the ex:
Sean, don’t ignore this, please read it. It’s been a really long time and you still haven’t forgiven me. One person and one mistake shouldn’t separate us forever. I want you to put it aside and be my friend again and more.
Only to be met with Sean’s response:
You don’t get to make those demands. I don’t want you in my life- period.
And it goes downhill from there as the two trade barbs. Ex isn’t getting what she wants and becomes quite demanding, with this message:
WHERE ARE YOU, WE’RE TALKING THIS OUT. THEIR [sic] IS NO REASON WHY WE CAN’T GET BACK TOGETHER.
To which Sean responds:
Click through the imgur gallery (arrow appears when you roll over the frame edge) to read how the man handled the end of the relationship. Editor’s note: Language in this post may not be appropriate for all readers.
You can read more on the entire ill-fated text conversation here.