What is the worst break-up line you've ever given or heard?

@marci3 (245)
Philippines
April 3, 2007 11:04am CST
It always hurts when you break up with someone, especially if the relationship lasted for quite some time. When the time to end the relationship comes, we tend to either just leave or say things that hurt. What was the worst line you've given or your previous partner said? Is it "I don't love you anymore", "I need space", "I'm no longer happy" or "I found someone else"?
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@Autisteek (326)
• Philippines
14 Apr 07
after 2 years and 10 months of being together, my boyfriend took back his words saying that he loves me and said that maybe he was just infatuated ith me because we are always together and he just gt used of having me with him. he has found another love and it is the only time when he felt that he wanted to raise his own family and build his roots upon..with the girl he's found.. it was really devastating.. and i can't believe he was able to say that maybe he never loved me because what he was feeling for the new girl was way much deeper than what he felt with me... a year later, i had a new boyfriend whom i don't love at first but im willing to try to work things out. my former boyfriend (who never has his first base with his girl he left me for) found out and came to me and said he would like to take his words back and wants to win me back again..
@marci3 (245)
• Philippines
14 Apr 07
To say I wasn't really loved after all does hurt; much more if he was nurturing feelings for another girl. I don't think I'd ever accept him again if I were your shoes. Such a lame excuse. I'm curious...what did you say to him?
@akinad (448)
• Philippines
3 Apr 07
the worst line for a break-up would be.."i found someone better than you and i dont love you anymore"..but the lamest excuse for a break-up would definitely be: It's not about you..it's me who has the problem... sigh..how sad :(
@marci3 (245)
• Philippines
3 Apr 07
I also hate that "it's not you, it's me" line. Sure he admits that it's his fault but I wish he could've done something to fix the problem. Oh well...
@vaivhav (355)
• India
3 Apr 07
It was just last year that i had to deliver a break-up line to my then girlfriend, maybe because things weren't really on a good note. I tried to do the most easy thing ( apart from being the most stupid thing i have ever done), i wrote it all down and told one of my colleagues to give the note to her. The next thing that came to me was a note back, guess what did it say, "dear ex-love, good that we are breaking up, after what you have just done, i wonder whether you are a man anymore. you suck.".....ha...i really sucked that day.
@marci3 (245)
• Philippines
3 Apr 07
At least you tried! :)
@ronreyes (4724)
• Philippines
3 Apr 07
I haven't experienced breaking up yet. In fact, I haven't experienced having a relationship yet! Haha! But I think the worst break-up line will be "I found someone else". It's kinda rude to me especially when you really loved that certain person and you've tried so hard to please him/her. In return, you will only hear those rude words! It's really unfair for your part and I'm sure you'll feel that you've just been used and taken for granted. - Ron Reyes www.ronreyes.co.nr
@marci3 (245)
• Philippines
3 Apr 07
Yeah, that's really rude. It sound obvious that he/she cheated on you.
3 Apr 07
The one that hurt the most was when he told me he didn't think he'd ever really loved me. That was the worst. It was devestating. :(
@marci3 (245)
• Philippines
3 Apr 07
Awww...that really hurts. It's as if the relationship didn't exist and he wasn't able to reciprocate your feelings. It's a good thing you're not together anymore. You deserve better. Thanks for the reply!
• United States
3 Apr 07
7 years into my relationship with the father of my four children he says to me "I love you, but I am not in love with you, I love you like a cousin" Ouch! not even like a sister, LOL This one hurt very bad.