‘What is wrong with me?’: This girl made an entire exit survey for guys who break up with her
Our days of wild speculation are over!
by Nian Hu
We can all agree that breakups suck. But the worst part about a breakup isn't even the heartbreak itself, or the fact that you feel like you're going to be alone forever — it's not knowing why.
For most of us, we never really find out why we got dumped. Was it because you found someone hotter than me? Was it because of that one time I made fun of you for liking craft beer? Was it because I fell asleep when you tried to explain blockchain to me for an hour? (I actually don't regret that one bit tbh)
And our friends will do their best to reassure us that "he dumped you because you were too good for him" but we all know that's bullshit. Oh, I was sooo amazing and cool that he simply couldn't handle my perfection? Yeah, I don't think so. I DEMAND the truth — no matter how much it stings!
Well, rest assured that your days of unanswered questions and wild speculation are over! An ingenious girl named Katie devised an astoundingly simple way to make sure that you know EXACTLY why every guy decides to dump you.
Now, this is not for the faint of heart. You must be prepared to see some pretty brutal answers here. Speaking purely for myself, I don't know if I would want to read what my exes have to say for the "What is wrong with me?" portion of the survey. Umm I am highly aware of my many flaws and personal failings, thank you very much!! Don't really need to add more insecurities to the list! It’s one thing if the criticism is something that you can change, like “I didn’t like it when you laughed at me for 5 minutes straight after I got a haircut” or “It hurt my feelings when you beat me at FIFA in front of my friends.” But it’s another thing entirely if it’s about something you CAN’T change, like “I think you’re ugly” or “Your body sucks.” That’s the kind of criticism that I really don’t need to hear, thank you very much! Feel free to say I'm perfect and leave it at that, fellas.
At least there's room for hope, right? After all, the survey also gives your ex an opportunity to refer you to a friend! Hey, that's pretty sweet…at least, in theory. I'm not 100% sure how this works because I'm not a guy, but I'm pretty sure the first rule of Bro Code is "don't date your friend's ex." Chances of referral seem slim, at best.
What seems FAR more likely is that your ex will screenshot this survey, send it to his friends in the group chat, and write "lol this crazy bitch" while his friends send cry-laughing emojis. But I mean, no publicity is bad publicity, right..?