Saturday, January 9, 2010

Dear Crazy: A Rant

Dear Crazy Ex-Girlfriend of My Darling Oldest Son:
I know you've never been told "no" in your life, and I'm proud of my son for being the first to do so.  Now, never having heard the word "no", I understand that maybe you don't know that "no means no". 

It means that you can't have whatever it is you want.  In this case, my son.  Nope, can't have him.  He doesn't want you.  In order for a relationship to work, both parties have to be interested.  I realize this is harsh, but true.

If showing up crying at our house at all hours of the day and night didn't work.  And texting my Darling Youngest Son non-stop didn't work.  And telling him you're pregnant when you're not didn't work.  Why the hell did you think that permanently marking yourself with a tattoo of his initials on the palmar side of your finger will work in your quest to get him back?


You're nuttier than a fruitcake and you're right to be hiding that tattoo from your parents, 'cause they might just knock your head off'n your shoulders and they'd be right to do so.

Girl, I'd tell you how much you're going to live to regret that decision, but you'll find out soon enough when you have to explain to your next boyfriend why you have your ex-boyfriend's initials permanently engraved into your finger, which you're currently hiding by wearing the ring my son gave you.

Really, just grow up and get over him.  He's over you and has moved one, without permanently marking his body.

Disgusted Mother Whose Son Is Over You


Allenspark Lodge said...

Umm, huh. Uh,umm aaah. Hmmm.

Anonymous said...

Oh my gawd. She is so going to regret that tattoo in about 6 months.

GunDiva said...

Theothermommy - I'm sure she already does. I'm still kind of in shock that she has pulled all of this stuff.

Chaotic Kristy said...

Wow a tattoo didn't her mother her teach her anything, Man I hope I don't have to deal with this in the future with my kids. Good luck on the Crazies

Candance said...

A tattoo?? That's nuts.

Do you mind if I copy that letter and give it to my ex-boyfriend who has lost his damn mind and won't leave me alone?

GunDiva said...

Candance, please tell me your crazy ex-boyfriend hasn't tried getting you back by pulling the old "I'm pregnant" trick! Feel free to copy and modify :)

Aunt Juicebox said...

Oh boy. I am not looking forward to my daughter's first psycho boyfriend. How do parents make it through this kind of crap?

Mad Woman said...

Oh. Emm. Gee!! What a psycho. Hope your son can shake her soon. He's lucky to be rid of her. And even luckier that she's NOT pregnant!

The Blue Zoo said...

oh my goodness sakes! Nuttier than a fruitcake is right!!

Maybe a restraining order would keep her away?

Dual Mom said...

Ahhh his first stalker, how sweet. Don't forget to put it in his baby book!

Seriously though, that girl needs to get a life.

GunDiva said...

Aunt Juicebox - this is the first time I've had to deal with a child's psycho ex, which is good. Luckily, she's just crazy, not dangerous to my son.

Mad Woman - you know, I can't email a reply to your comment. Better check those settings! Anyway, if she was pregnant, it wouldn't change anything between them. My son's mostly a smart cookie. In fact, when she told him she'd missed a period, he reminded her that she's on Depo-Provera and that she doesn't get periods! Nice try, chickadee!

The Blue Zoo - I don't believe in restraining orders; having had a real stalker of my own, they're not worth the toilet paper they're written on. HOWEVER - I did find that I have her mother's phone number. The next time she shows up, I'm going to call her mommy to come get her. I think that will be even more effective than calling the cops.

DM - I think I'll just print this post for his baby book. I don't think she's worth more than one page. :)

Nathanael Rey said...

Holy Poo the girl jussss ain't right. And just when I was almost convinced to move to Colorado!!