That's gotta hurt right in the feels.
The Cruel Cure
I asked, she said no because I drank way too much. I said I would get it under control. I tried bluffing and bulls**tting instead. She saw through it and kicked me out. She was right.
I don’t have a clue where she is or whatever happened to her.
I quit drinking now but that was definitely my life’s most cruel lesson. (picksandchooses)
Not exactly the question, but a man I had known briefly proposed to me on our fourth date. I said no, and he gave me the ring and asked me to consider it a promise ring. Flags and sirens everywhere, but I said ok, to spare his feelings, and continued to go out with him for a little while, hoping that something would develop between us (from my end). I mean, it’s not every day you meet someone who is so “crazy about you”. It turned out he was just “crazy” in general (sorry for the pejorative term… he was mentally ill, but crazy just fits the story), and I came to understand that with time. I broke up with him and returned the ring, and he appeared to take it very badly.
A few weeks later, I heard he was dating someone else I casually knew. They were married within months. Around five years later, he committed suicide and murdered their son in the process. (Reneeisme)
I was proposed to and said no.
After 4 weeks of dating he got down on his knee with a HUGE diamond ring and said a huge speech along the lines of “when you know you know. Will you marry me?”
Since i barely knew the guy i flat out said no followed by “sorry…are you okay?”
He didn’t speak to me for the rest of the night and then when he dropped me home i told my roomate about it. As i was telling her about it i get a text from him – YES A TEXT – saying “you’ve broken my heart. I never want to see you again. Goodbye. I love you.”
We were both 22 at the time. (MiloMolly)