A Classic Handwritten Breakup Letter

Posted: June 3, 2013 in Great Images Minus My 2 Cents
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This classic handwritten breakup letter is packed full of sarcastic undertone! Ha, love it. She sounds so loving and excited, and even included hearts. I can only imagine the sinking feeling he had as he read it and discovered that he had been discovered.

classic handwritten breakup letter

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I might save this. Never know.

  2. Shruti says:

    This is total cracker stuff 😛 God i am laughing so hard…but a well deserved lesson in the end..yo yo for the girl ❤

  3. Anonymous says:

    Damn funny and lethal! 😀

  4. Anonymous says:

    “Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, Nor hell a fury like a woman scorned.” William Congreve

    • Rahburt says:

      very true. i know a lot of women that are fans of that quote, but never knew it’s origin. thanks.

  5. Deb says:

    Thank you for making me spit coffee as I was reading…lol

    I use to get notified when you posted. But I see at the bottom here that the second box needs to be checked again. Ah…one of WP’s old ghost glitches. 🙂
    Have a great day, Robert! 🙂 x

    • Rahburt says:

      haha, you’re welcome!

      ugh, i don’t know what’s going on or what’s changed since i switched to a self hosted site. i think the follow blog button is way at the bottom. but hopefully what you did works. let me know if it does or doesn’t please and thank you 🙂 hope you had a great saturday yourself!

  6. shianwrites says:

    This is so sad, funny and clever.

  7. summerstommy says:

    Very good. Entertaining. A woman scorned eh?
    Thanks for liking my posts and following me.

    • Rahburt says:

      pretty great huh. i’d like to give her a high 5 for her creativity and humor :). you’re welcome. thanks for stopping by also.

  8. renxkyoko says:

    yay for the girl ! * hearts *

  9. mirrorgirl says:

    Haha, nice one:)

  10. edgeofstupid says:

    Oh, I hope that was real. I really love the creativity of it. Hope I never have to get that kind of creative, but I’m glad it’s out there 🙂

    • Rahburt says:

      haha, i believe it is authentic. i’m right there with you. i’ll just be a good boy so i don’t 🙂

  11. atrandom37 says:

    Hmmm, I wonder if the author had written Gillian Flynn’s “Gone Girl”?

    • atrandom37 says:

      Sorry – I meant “read” lol

      • Rahburt says:

        ha, i do that all the time when i’m writing. not sure, why is that very similar to this??

      • atrandom37 says:

        The character in the book – Amy Dunne – fakes her disappearance but left clues in her diary specifically written for her husband, while documenting their life together. The scheme is quite elaborate and this letter made me think of it. Clever lady – whoever wrote it 🙂

      • Rahburt says:

        ah i see. that sounds like a fun concept though.

  12. I must say I loved this one!! totally agree with you as she is “so loving and excited” here..

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