Crossing XiaoMei’s next Milestone Together!Sending Our Misses from Central LondonAll the Best! Till We Meet AgainMy First AirBnB Experience, Not Bad At All!Reason for my Expanding WaistlineSatisfying our Alcohol Deficit in Opium Barcelona
I don’t know why I could never remember Jas XiaoMei’s age
Each time we have the conversation related to age, I repeatedly asked the same question, “are you not 23 this year?”
And each time, she would patiently respond, “no lah, I already xx liao”
I had arrived much later than the rest of my travel pals
Hence, though I had only spend almost 3 days in Barcelona
The rest of my pals had completed their exploration and ready to move on to the next city
Oh well… I guess my partial exploration just gave the perfect reason/excuse to warrant another visit to Spain right? ✌♫♪˙❤‿❤˙♫♪✌
GoodBye Barcelona, Till we meet again
Hello Madrid! Here we come!
You want to end it but you don't know how. Here's some options you can take instead of telling him.
In order to avoid facing major change head on (like that breakup you know needs to happen), it's super common for people to create passive-aggressive diversions, distractions, and conflict to hint to their "significant other" that: Sorry, sweetie—you're just not that significant anymore.
Perhaps we hope the other person will abandon ship first and let us off the hook from doing the dirty work. Either way, we often go to elaborate lengths to send the message before we actually put voice to the words we want to say ... "it's over!"
Here are a few subtle (and not-so-subtle) ways we people put off that 'everyone else knows it's coming so we should probably just end it' inevitable break up.
Author's note: This is article is satire, not instructional! (And also, yes, if your significant other is exibiting several of these signs—your relationship is likely on the outs).
1. You're thinking of moving …
You're thinking of moving ...
... and hoping the distance will naturally end the relationship. "No, honey, don't bother moving across country with me (even though you could). We'll just do long distance," said no happily committed person ever.
Similar to this guy's story, you're desperately hoping that the other person will simply stop calling at some point if you make a pilgrimage somewhere else ... anywhere else.