When former dates partner with very ugly people....
I feel better.
Never question why you're alone, OP.
yup, OP. my first boyfriend slayed me when he left me for another guy. I was inconsolable. Then I met the guy, and realized, well, I'm so CLEARLY not the ex's type, the guy was so ugly.
Should you feel better? It could mean you're not being honest when you look in the mirror and you're actually way uglier than their new date.
Oh come on guys, we all know what he's talking about. We would all feel the same.
Yes, I've experienced this. It makes me feel petty but a part of me is glad that they're dating someone who is not attractive. My ex showed me a picture of his then boyfriend and I almost laughed out loud. Not at all cute. My ex even admitted that his sisters had asked him how he could date that guy after having dated me because I was so cute. Made me feel good. :-)
English not your first language OP?
Why should you feel better? It could mean that your ex would rather date an ugly guy with a great personality than a pretty boy like you who is an asshole or just plain boring.
I would feel worse about myself in that situation. Because if their taste is that bad, what would that say about you? You're probably not that attractive either.
Me talk pretty one day.
R7 and R8 are exactly right. It says volumes that they'd rather be with the "ugly" person than with you.
Can you people read? Op never said his ex chose fuggo over him op may well have dumped the EX.
Maybe the ex had his luck run out and now had to get someone even fugglier than himself.
I agree, R11. I feel the same way as OP when I see my ex dating unattractive guys. However, I broke up with my ex and he didn't leave me for fuggo. Even though I broke up with him, it still makes me feel better to see he's dating someone less attractive. But it's only fleeting.
OP didn't even say THAT, r11.
OP's post makes zero sense. Not good English, although of course we seem to have gotten the drift...
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