ex gf. Burned everything! The stuff she bought me, shirts, teddy bear and big blanket we got. Sold her long board and jewelry.
had a boyfriend on a LDS mission and when I told him I just wanted to date around while he was gone I got a package from him all of our letters anything I’ve ever made him and he told me he regretted our relationship so when I got into a serious relationship me and this new boyfriend had a nice fire with all the stuff he sent back to me, his BYU shirts and jackets were included in that fire
two-week separation from my ex-hubby I'd only taken a week's worth of clothes when I left, he broke burned or threw everything else of mine away
I was 17 dating a Marine. Found out he was cheating. Sold his 1968 SS Camaro. Bye sucka!!!
She joined the army and cheated. Wanted her stuff back. Burned her awards, photos documents, etc. Mailed her a box of ashes postage due. I'm like that
An ex-boyfriend of mine who lives in a different city and he left his custom snowboard at my place I told him for weeks and weeks to come get it or to have one of his buddies can pick it up. Possession is 9/10 of the law so I sold it and kept the money his loss
brand new Mac book pro. Lit it on fire. Don t mess with a woman scorn lol.
Rich boyfriend cheated on me. I donated all his expensive ass sweaters to DI :)
Dear johned on my mission. She kept my pen drive with all my mission stuff that was on it. I trusted her. Big mistake
gave my ex's stuff to the DI I knew he shopped at. And told him where it was
my brother's ex got rid of 1 of each of his shoes when they broke up-the only full pair he had was what he'd been wearing that day.
my ex husband only gave few things back.. then donated my stuff=H lost my wedding dress, leather jacket and other
senior of high school; they gave us jerseys with our last name framed. GF mad one day broke the frame and burned two jerseys
timehop reminded me that it was 6 years ago to the day I when I separated from my ex-hubby and he destroyed my stuff. Appropriate topic for today
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