October 29, 2008

The Ex Effect

I can't make all of my posts about my daughter (although I would love to) there are other things in my world that urk me. I have an ex boyfriend who seems to think we are buddies now after 7 years of separation. Now don't get me wrong I like to remain friends with my exes to a point... point being where you aren't calling me three times a week bugging me about ish you could have saved your daytime minutes and just sent me an email. He doesn't just call to ask how I'm doing, but he calls with random tidbits of life that I really could care less about. The reason why he's an ex is because he couldn't never seem to get his ish together and stay on one job long enough to remember his boss' name much less earn a decent living...

So he's still moving job to job - unstable and living with roommates (who in the hell still has a roommate at age 40?) and barely keeping his eyeball above water. When we were together he made it a point to move his daughter in with us and then quit his job that I got for him making $16 an hour to go work at Blockbuster...

Funny Pics / dwight schrute gif

We never should have even dated, more like we should have been eff buddies.. He has no potential for anything other than becoming a male prostitute because that's the only upside to him... the largest "you know what" I've ever laid eyes on, but even that won't keep you under Wifee's roof because now those come in a wide variety of shapes, sizes and colors...

He doesn't have the concept of what a good woman is until she's gone. Now he's missing his well cause the water ran dry. Everytime I talk to him it's like my brain is saying to me: "Why are you still on the phone? Hang up now!" But I don't want to be rude. The last call he made he stated that he's moving back to Oakland...

Funny Pics / wha

So I'm asking my blogging friends for advice... how should I handle this situation the next time he calls with the blah blah wompity womp womp?

5 comments:

JT said...

Ways to get off the phone:

1. Say hold on as if you have a call on the other line, press mute, wait a couple of seconds, then say..."I gotta take this call."

2. In mid-sentence, hang up. This works great if it's a cell phone, because it's random and it seems like you have bad reception.

3. In mid-sentence, say...My battery is dying. Then make a remark like, "Damn...I knew I should've charged my ph...(*click*)"

4. Caller ID or Change your number.

5. Wait until the phone finish ringing, and while he's probably leaving a voicemail, text him and (insert lie).

I hope I was helpful. LOL!

Bahama said...

Even though I'm young I've come realize men are, uh how should i say this?? Well they are stupid and need you to spell sh!t out for them. So just tell him point blank, we cool and all but I don't really care about your situation like that. Might be a lil harsh so you might wanna say afterwards.."wanna eff?" LMAO kit-ting!

A. Red said...

I would pretty much give it to him in the raw. No need to further let him irritate you because he's dumb as rocks and probably think he's slowly but surely getting back in. Tell him unless he's calling about a life threatening situation, need some concrete advice, or giving a "just checking on you" call a few times a year, to stay the hell off your phone because you.do.not.want.

Just a waste of a good pipe. That shit should be against the law...SMDH

Raider_wifee said...

I thank you all for your comments.. I think I'm going to have to go the straight up route an hurt his feelings a bit. At least that will save my sanity cause this nucca driving me crazy with that nonsense!

@ Bammy.. eh uh.. I got a man (what's that got to do with him) LOL! I kid.. I kid...

n0days0ff said...

Does mr hubby know you still talk to your exes?
Two years ago I didn't know you had male friends-r kelly