• Love from bitch.

    by  • March 31, 2012 • Anger • 2 Comments


    I would actually like to retract my previous message because frankly, I don’t give a fuck about the reasoning behind what it is you choose to do. Despite my blatant entitlement to a mere explanation.

    I went out on a fucking limb in an attempt to reach out to you and I get fuck all in return. The very fucking least you owe me is an explanation. I’m certainly not buying these empty and false apologies. Who are you even trying to kid? Is it an attempt to make yourself feel better?

    Or do you want to rub my face in your inability to get over it? It’s got nothing to do with me.

    I’ll be the first to admit I was relatively cruel, but I would just like to point out the hyprocrisy and cowardice of your own actions that followed.

    Maybe one day if we are both lucky you will grow up and learn to take responsibility for your actions; I hope this new broad is better at taking responsibility for your actions than I ever was.

    love from bitch.

    2 Responses to Love from bitch.

    1. ?
      March 31, 2012 at 5:06 pm

      I’m not sure if you are just venting or the person actually uses this site. If the person you are writing to uses this site I would recommend using some type of indicator. A lot of people screw up, including myself. I’m sure that everyone here is questioning who this letter is for.

      Also, usually when I apologize to someone I try to turn a new leaf in my life. Start out with a clean slate. Maybe they are trying to do the same thing. It does not necessarily mean that the person wants to continue a friendship. But it means that they realize their mistake and want to own up to it. Saying sorry doesn’t mean that a person won’t have to face the consequences of their actions. But it does show that the person realizes their mistake and will try to fix their behavior. But it won’t miraculously put together a broken relationship. Maybe you should stop giving them a hard time. You did admit that you were cruel to them. Was what they did deserving of the punishment you meted out to them? Sometimes a small mistake has large consequences, and sometimes the individuals don’t deserve such punishment. This is the point where you try to walk in the other person’s shoes, and remember the golden rule; treat others the way you want to be treated. Maybe you should just let them live their life. Stop trying to put road blocks on their path.

    2. DC
      March 31, 2012 at 11:47 pm

      Yeah, I’m so very much hoping this is not from my someone. It could be, bitch is what she calls herself, almost sounds like something she’d say.

      Yeah, an indicator would be very nice indeed.

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