Top 10 Worst Ways to Be DumpedThinking about dumping your bae or just been dumped? Well even if you're just curious about which is the worst, you've came to the right place! This list covers the worst break ups possible, and can even give you an idea on what not to do if you ever decide to dump your BF or GF. Now here are the top ten worst ways to be dumped.
Ahh... The familiar cousin of cheating, I've been there. Even though this technically isn't cheating (but similar) This is the worst way yet. Being dumped is painful by itself, but figuring out being dumped for someone else is putting the salt in the wound. If you've been the victim of this break up, then what I can say is that I'm very sorry for you. They lost an amazing person who deserves much better, and they traded you for a worthless piece of crap (the person they dumped you for is crap, definitely not you). I know it hurts now, and I know it may not feel like it will ever pass, but I know you'll find much better. All I can say for advice is enjoy your freedom, and take a picture you have of them, put it on the wall, and throw darts at the picture. Also, if you know that they didn't cheat on you, then consider yourself lucky, they did you a favor by not cheating on you, and also be lucky that you'll find someone better than that buttface. Like I said, this pain will pass, and ...more
Just about as brutal as being cheated on or dumped for someone else, this method involves the dumper growing more distant from the dumpee and eventually completely vanishing from the dumpee's life. This process can either happen rapidly or slowly over time. You can tell if they have avoided you like the plague, hasn't been responding to your calls or text messages (at all over a period of time), or if they completely vanish altogether. If this happened to you, then I'm very sorry for you. You deserve much better, they obviously have no heart. So if they do that (and live like that) they live with ghosts.
If you want to end a relationship, you don't ghost someone because that takes too much time. Ghosting happens when you're just naturally drifting apart. Maybe in a way it's one of the kindest things. At least by disappearing gradually, both parties hardly notice this happening until...
This would suck because most people that I know are still friends but not in a relationship.
This, the "Relationship Terminating Text," and "It's Not You, It's Me" mix like a Molotov cocktail.
It's self explanatory, and if you've been cheated on, then they're heartless d! (k faces that don't deserve anyone (Including you). But don't let that leave you wounded, it was entirely their fault, not yours. It's their fault for not appreciating an awesome person like you. They should go straight to hell and burn there, feeling sorry that they even thought of cheating on you. You deserve to be treated better than that!
(by the way, excuse my french)
This is when your bae (if you have one) decided to drop a bombshell on facebook by changing their status from dating to single before breaking up with you. The worst part is when you go to see why that happened to only be told that they want to break up with you. Tough stuff, if you ask me.
That is just brutal. If the dumper can't make up their mind whether to dump you in person or by email, then chances are they will just call to break the news instead. So now not only will they not talk to you face to face, but they will also leave you nothing but your memory to remember the tragic moment. It's even worst if they leave you a voicemail, for you to only check your voicemail and find out that you just got dumped.
Similar to the break up call, this is probably the most common way to dump someone these days. Most people would say this is a brutally unacceptable way to dump someone, and believe me, they're not lying. Not only will you have this saved in your texts, but also know that you never got to see them one more time before being dumped. I know it can be hard cutting it off in person and can be awkward, but please show them respect by telling them face to face. If you do it over phone, you'll just look like a coward.
There's something really cold about ending (or beginning---but that's another matter) a relationship over text. It feels like the other person is ashamed to speak to you face to face.
Now that's just cruel. Not only will you not be able to see your bae face to face, but either their friend or your friend is doing it for you. It's how the relationship Mothea (however you spell that) works.
Merry Christmas, I'm dumping you, that's my special present for you! That's just cruel on so many levels. Being dumped is bad on it's own, but soul crushing especially on your anniversary or a holiday. It's even worst when it's your favorite holiday.
They're lying to you. They're trying to soften the blow by saying that. Let's face the Music, they really think it's your fault. If they didn't think it was your fault, then they wouldn't be dumping you. I'm not saying it's your fault, and I can't say that either because I don't know the dynamics of the break up (if you're going through one, that is). Most likely though, if you were the dumpee, it wasn't your fault. You weren't the one who decided to get dumped in the first place (unless it was a mutual split). They decided to break up, not you, so remember that.
You're basically misleading them into thinking you like them until you break the news.