Girlfriend's Crazy Ex-Boyfriend - what to do?

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  1. Incman

    Incman Senior member

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    Not to pile on, but it takes 8 hours to completely move all the stuff out of a two bed apartment and into another two bedroom apartment. The fact that it's going to take more than 1 day to get her essential stuff out of this place doesn't speak well towards a sense of urgency or motivation.

    I now think you're a very witty troll. [​IMG]


    No shit, eh? Would you like her to carry her couch/cat/clothes/toiletries on a bus, by herself? Perhaps she should ask her ex-bf for help? That would be cool... Or maybe she should make all her mom's stuff disappear from the bachelor (not two-bedroom) apartment her mom lives in? Then she can just teleport her stuff over. She's obviously doing everything within her power to get out of there.

    Tell us what happens when you're helping her move, and the live-in boyfriend ends up fighting with you!

    Will do. Obviously gonna pick a time when he's at work, and my dad will likely be there as he's the only person I can think of to help her move.
     
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    You've made up your mind so just go live the life you think is best for you...
     
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    No shit, eh? Would you like her to carry her couch/cat/clothes/toiletries on a bus, by herself? Perhaps she should ask her ex-bf for help? That would be cool... Or maybe she should make all her mom's stuff disappear from the bachelor (not two-bedroom) apartment her mom lives in? Then she can just teleport her stuff over. She's obviously doing everything within her power to get out of there.



    Will do. Obviously gonna pick a time when he's at work, and my dad will likely be there as he's the only person I can think of to help her move.


    So,your parents know about the situation and they approve of it and your actions?
     
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    You've made up your mind so just go live the life you think is best for you...

    This thread wasn't a question of making up my mind regarding her. That was already done. Re-read the disclaimer at the end of the OP, and you'll see that.

    This thread was simply to ask for advice about what to do if the ex comes after me, but SF can be pretty bad at a) reading comprehension or b) answering the question that is asked without imparting their own personal views when they aren't desired.
     
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    So,your parents know about the situation and they approve of it and your actions?

    Yes and yes. They're divorced, but I've spoken to both separately, and they both understand the situation and agree that while it's not ideal, it's also not worth throwing away a great thing for.
     
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    No shit, eh? Would you like her to carry her couch/cat/clothes/toiletries on a bus, by herself? Perhaps she should ask her ex-bf for help? That would be cool... Or maybe she should make all her mom's stuff disappear from the bachelor (not two-bedroom) apartment her mom lives in? Then she can just teleport her stuff over. She's obviously doing everything within her power to get out of there.

    Lets think about this for a second, ok? Keeping your probably shitty couch or getting away from your crazy ex that losses his mind in fits of rage. I vote couch!
     
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    Why don't the 2 of u get a crib 2gether???
    Then you could really be the white knight!
     
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    Lets think about this for a second, ok? Keeping your probably shitty couch or getting away from your crazy ex that losses his mind in fits of rage. I vote couch!

    +1
    (That's 2 for couch!)
     
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    @OP: This girl's probably going to break your heart but I guess everyone has to go through that at least once. Granted, I don't know this girl but she's been with a guy for 5 years and immediately moves on to something super serious with another dude. She seems like the kind of girl that needs to be with a guy always, I know the type. Good luck.

    @SF: When you read that this girl only has a mom did anyone else automatically think "daddy issues?" Seems to coincide with the serious relationship to serious relationship thing. Also coincides with dating a rage-filled wigga loser for 5 years.
     
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    No shit, eh? Would you like her to carry her couch/cat/clothes/toiletries on a bus, by herself? Perhaps she should ask her ex-bf for help? That would be cool... Or maybe she should make all her mom's stuff disappear from the bachelor (not two-bedroom) apartment her mom lives in? Then she can just teleport her stuff over. She's obviously doing everything within her power to get out of there.



    Will do. Obviously gonna pick a time when he's at work, and my dad will likely be there as he's the only person I can think of to help her move.


    I just went to uhaul.com and found that renting a 14 foot uhaul truck for a day costs $29 US. What's stopping you from renting a uhaul for a day to get her shit out?
     
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    @SF: When you read that this girl only has a mom did anyone else automatically think "daddy issues?" Seems to coincide with the serious relationship to serious relationship thing. Also coincides with dating a rage-filled wigga loser for 5 years.

    actually, this is probably the profile for a lot of the girls that get into porn.
     
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    This thread was simply to ask for advice about what to do if the ex comes after me, but SF can be pretty bad at a) reading comprehension or b) answering the question that is asked without imparting their own personal views when they aren't desired.
    If a train conductor asks, "Hey, how do you like the color of this train?" and you know that another train is headed in the opposite direction a mile up the track, should you limit your answer to the question asked or should you warn the conductor of the impending wreck?
     
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    I just went to uhaul.com and found that renting a 14 foot uhaul truck for a day costs $29 US. What's stopping you from renting a uhaul for a day to get her shit out?

    Snap!!! OP, you got $29 to save ur damsel in distress???
     
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    This thread wasn't a question of making up my mind regarding her. That was already done. Re-read the disclaimer at the end of the OP, and you'll see that.


    If a train conductor asks, "Hey, how do you like the color of this train?" and you know that another train is headed in the opposite direction a mile up the track, should you limit your answer to the question asked or should you warn the conductor of the impending wreck?

    AC- It's his arrogance that won't let him see how outrageous this is.
     
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    Yes and yes. They're divorced, but I've spoken to both separately, and they both understand the situation and agree that while it's not ideal, it's also not worth throwing away a great thing for.

    So your parents would describe a "great thing" as dating a girl that still lives with a psycho ex boyfriend who has made detailed threats about slitting your throat? Sounds like you might want to seek out other people for relationship advice.
     

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