Oh My...

@breepeace (3027)
Canada
April 26, 2007 12:20pm CST
I appear to have developed an internet stalker. About a week ago I posted that my ex boyfriend tried to add me to his Facebook Friend's list even though things ended on bad terms almost 2 years ago and we haven't spoke since. I didn't respond to him, just declined the friend request. Well today I was checking out my referrals to see what they've posted, and I notice a new one. I click on it and see that they've posted a picture, so I click on it to enlarge and realize it's my ex's kids and it dawn's on me -- This is my ex boyfriend's wife! They were seperated when we were dating, but when he finally left, he went back to her and for some odd reason, she took him back. Since then though, a friend off her MySpace list contacted me at my MySpace profile to be added to my friend's list, and obviously she frequents my blog since it's the only place I have my referral link for MyLot listed. I really can't understand why the two of them are still so fascinated with me. I moved on.. why can't they? Although.. tee hee.. I guess I really can't complain considering she'd be making me money in the process of 'checking on me'. :)
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@Woodpigeon (3710)
• Ireland
26 Apr 07
That is kind of creepy. Maybe it is just her and not him at all? Maybe she is checking out the past competition. Maybe he still talks about you and it irritates her and she wasnt to know what the story is on you. After 2 years, though, you would think she would have better things to do.
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@breepeace (3027)
• Canada
26 Apr 07
She's met me. Actually, at the end of his and my relationship, she was actually the one that drove me to confront him at some woman's house (he was cheating) and to pick up her kids who were with him. She seemed like a rational, levelheaded girl then but she's kind of proving to not be, isn't she? :)
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@KarenO52 (2951)
• United States
26 Apr 07
They can't track down your home address, right? At least I hope not. You could have some fun with this, if you're carefull.
@breepeace (3027)
• Canada
26 Apr 07
Unfortunately they do. I still live in the same house I lived in when I was with him. :( I often wonder if they ever just 'drive through the area' since they seem to still be so interested in me.
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@KarenO52 (2951)
• United States
26 Apr 07
You need a good security system then. Good locks, a guard dog, video surveillance?
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@breepeace (3027)
• Canada
26 Apr 07
Have good locks, my dog's more of a watch dog if that and besides, she knew him, but video surveillance... *LOL*.. You have me mistaken for a Rockafeller! :)
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• Canada
26 Apr 07
hahaha wowie, they're crossing creepyness I think sweetie. Gotta love ex's! And I know precisely whom you are referring to...maybe I'll stalk you too! ;)
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@breepeace (3027)
• Canada
27 Apr 07
Yep! :) It's THEM. I think I've decided just to ignore them for now, although I posted a blog entry about it at http://meandmeanderings.blogspot.com/
@miamilady (4924)
• United States
29 Dec 07
I would delete her, even if it is making you some money. It's not worth it. It may start off simple, but people become obsessed to easily on the itnernet. I'd just delete them and move on and hope that they find something better to do with their time. I never understood how a person in a relationship can encourage their mate to continue dwelling on an ex. If it were me, i'd want my mate focussing their energy and thoughts on ME not on their EX. It would make me think he still had not gotten over her. I certainly would not be encouraging much less helping him to harass an ex.