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heartbroken_kk posted 2/12/2014 15:02 PM

So STBXWHNPDPAFTG is well, Passive Aggressive. You know, mostly passive but with a really nasty controlling and manipulative undertone to it....

He had some things that weren't mine but belonged to a non-profit I'm involved in and they needed the stuff, so I sent him a text asking if I could get it. A few texts to set up the meeting time and location, I suggest a couple places then "you decide time and place" so he chooses:

8:45am at <public place near his OW6/GFs>

I roll into parking area at 8:42. 8:45 he texts me "running 10 minutes late"

I text back "I'm on time and waiting"

This is textbook predictable. I'm the person who is honorable, keeps her word and sets up reliable appointments and meets expectations.... he is NOT.

Whatev!

I get the stuff then ask if he wants to be informed or participate in a certain project the non-profit is doing.

He whines "I seem to have been kicked off the lists, I never hear about anything anymore, are you still blocking me?"

I say "YES, I still have you blocked, but if you "like" non-profit on facebook you should receive notifications as I am not the one posting them"

"Are you going to keep me blocked?"

"YES, I am. It's better for me that way."
"Thanks for the stuff, bye"

Just a few more things NOT between us anymore.

I'm laughing a little as I really felt cut off and ripped off, when he shredded my world and I lost friends and connections in our community. Now he is feeling that way, and I don't give a shit. It's his responsibility to stay connected to the non-profit if he wants to. I'm not feeding him info any more. Too bad, so sad.

nekorb posted 2/12/2014 15:08 PM

Nicely done.

Bonus points for maturity since you waited to start laughing until after you drove off.

Pass posted 2/12/2014 15:10 PM

The best thing about blocking them on facebook is the little dialog that pops up and says, "We're sorry you had this experience." I figure that's the only apology I'll get related to this whole thing - The Princess doesn't do apologies.

kg201 posted 2/12/2014 15:33 PM

The best thing about blocking them on facebook is the little dialog that pops up and says, "We're sorry you had this experience." I figure that's the only apology I'll get related to this whole thing - The Princess doesn't do apologies.

Darn it all. If I had blocked my STBX instead of the other way around then I would have had an apology too. Missed my chance.

nekorb posted 2/12/2014 15:47 PM

Please, please tell me how to do this so I make sure I do it first. I'm basically FB illiterate.

heartbroken_kk posted 2/12/2014 16:08 PM

Here is facebook's help page on blocking someone:

https://www.facebook.com/help/?faq=168009843260943#How-do-I-block-someone?

SBB posted 2/12/2014 18:38 PM

are you still blocking me?"

HE DID NOT SAY THAT?? Is he in his 40s?

Dude, show your dick some respect. Seriously.

The sad clown wouldn't have noticed I blocked him - he is FB illiterate. I wish you could block them IRL too. How awesome would that be? Invisible and mute and handovers and I to him.

heartbroken_kk posted 2/12/2014 20:36 PM

I wish you could block them IRL too. How awesome would that be? Invisible and mute

oh SBB that is PRICELESS

Indeed it would be fucking awesome.

LA LA LA! I can't HEAR you!

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