The 5 Worst Ways to Break Up with a Girl

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There are countless ways that you can break off a relationship with your girlfriend that can save face for the both of you and end it on civil terms. At the same time, there are five distinct ways to end a relationship that will end with a massive headache and humiliation. Here are The 5 Worst Ways to Break Up with a Girl.

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Changing Your Facebook Status

Social networking is great for staying in touch with friends but not a great forum to break up with someone. It is usually not a good idea change your Relationship Status on Facebook and hope that she can take the hint. Besides, do this and prepare for your wall to be laden with cracks about your penis or whiny love song lyrics.

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Text Message

“I tnk we shld c other ppl” is a good way to get your tires slashed. The only thing less personal than a text message is a message sent through a carrier pigeon but much less awesome.

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Anywhere With Sharp Objects

If you think that your girlfriend is unstable enough to lose it when you break up with her (as a female, she probably is), it is a good idea to get it done somewhere with as few potential weapons as possible.

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In Public

You want to break up with this girl, not have a crowd of people find out that you suck in bed and are a heartless bastard as she violently screams profane insults at you.

Bonus: it is also not a good idea to call her something like “whore” (even if she is) when you break up with her. You will get kicked in the shin. Or the nuts. Hard. (Learn from my mistakes…)

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Long Winded Letter

There are a few things wrong with this. For one, it is still incredibly impersonal, though better than a text message. Secondly, most guys who go down this lane just wind up making the girl think they were gay. Most importantly, the last thing you need is written proof of your douchiness, especially in the age of Twitter, Facebook, and blogs.

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