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    What does your ex call you?

    My sister calls her ex -fiancÚ "Voldemort" (from Harry Potter), and according to my erstwhile 'husband', I'm "Cartman" (from Southpark)...

    So does your ex have an unflattering name for you, or do you have an unflattering name for your ex?

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    Not that he was my ex really, but he calls me a psychopath.

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    The first two were short lived as it was...a few months each...and are both dead now..so they don't call me anything but we were friendly anyway...

    The abusive ex...I didn't speak of him or allow anyone else to. When new people came around....and he would tell them I was his ex...and they asked me about it..I would look puzzled and tell them I had never seen that man before in my life.

    He called me alot of things....I called him "George..who?"

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    My ex- calls me 'regularly'

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    We don't speak but sometimes my ears ring really bad.

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    My ex and I parted on good terms. So he calls me by my first name and I call him by his. But when we were together, oh boy did he have some 'fun' pet names he'd call me. Some I didn't think were so 'fun'.
    A dirty mind is a terrible thing to waste.

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    Dave and I are now well past names and snipes.

    When I see him, we just say "hello," make small talk, and continue on our way.

    We've both moved on...


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    My ex calls me cousin. After all, I am from the South.

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    The one ex I have, we move in different circles, and never see each other. Though sometimes I wonder if he's still alive.
    "Love me or hate me, both are in my favour."

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddielee View Post
    My ex calls me cousin. After all, I am from the South.
    OMG! Is that a joke or did you legit have a relationship with your cousin?

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    We don't talk to each other anymore since we broke up on bad terms, but I always call him a double crosser.

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    My ex is dead now, though when he was alive some of the phrases issuing from his mouth, would have made a drill instructor blush..

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    He Skypes me every day and still calls me by my first name (I hate those made up slushy names).

    He might be my ex but is still the most important person in my life.
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    Re: What does your ex call you?

    Quote Originally Posted by dpnice View Post
    He might be my ex but is still the most important person in my life.
    With my ex- I am the most important person in his life. But not the other way round

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    Cobblestone, and a few others that don't translate well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLoveableLoner View Post
    OMG! Is that a joke or did you legit have a relationship with your cousin?
    You leave Elroys cousin alone!

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    Re: What does your ex call you?

    I'm still Facebook friends with two of my ex-boyfriends and we're on great terms.

    One of them... no idea, he blocked me on Facebook.
    Considering I'm not famous, you sure do talk about me a lot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Harke the Boeotarch View Post
    My sister calls her ex -fiancÚ "Voldemort" (from Harry Potter), and according to my erstwhile 'husband', I'm "Cartman" (from Southpark)...

    So does your ex have an unflattering name for you, or do you have an unflattering name for your ex?
    Feel the need to point out posthumously that this same ex calls his ex-husband (the man before me) "Lady Elaine"...

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    I wouldn't know as...
    All My Ex's Live In Texas...
    Yes, all zero of them

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    My ex calls me.....for a ride to the airport. It's the only time I hear from him

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alistair View Post
    My ex calls me.....for a ride to the airport. It's the only time I hear from him
    Call him a cab.

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    They call me by my name. We separated on good terms and remain friends after. In fact, I had dinner with one of my exes not too long ago. After dinner, we walked around the downtown area enjoying christmas lights and talked for hours.

    If you have to hate your ex, then you shouldn't have dated in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aristomaniac View Post

    If you have to hate your ex, then you shouldn't have dated in the first place.
    WOW...so profound...

    Lets try another one....

    If you are going to get into an accident...you should never drive a car.

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    I don't really care what exes call me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aristomaniac View Post

    If you have to hate your ex, then you shouldn't have dated in the first place.
    Not really a realistic point of view, things happen, people do change and can do fucked up things that aren't forgivable. Would it be nice if we could all forgive and move on our merry way? Of course, but that's not how things work. People are different.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aristomaniac View Post
    If you have to hate your ex, then you shouldn't have dated in the first place.

    This is a rather naive viewpoint on life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rareboy View Post
    This is a rather naive viewpoint on life.
    Well, consider the source

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    Quote Originally Posted by aristomaniac View Post
    If you have to hate your ex, then you shouldn't have dated in the first place.


    Now, while I don't believe there's a real fine line between love and loathing, once passion is in evidence there's nothing saying it can't or won't mutate a 'lil bit.

    I've no creative names for past exes, by the by. I might've if I'd stayed, but the closest descriptor they've ever gotten were "A piece of work, that one."
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    Quote Originally Posted by rareboy View Post
    This is a rather naive viewpoint on life.
    Naiive or just living drama-free?

    My partner and I have never argued or fought. We certainly have had our disagreements and we discussed them back and forth before coming to an understanding or compromise. We have been together for 5 and a half years and still as passionate about each other as ever.

    We get told by friends and relatives all the time that couples must argue and fight and it is not healthy for us to not do so. Why?

    My ex's and I certainly argued in the past, but I always made sure our arguments only lasted a few seconds. I simply never believed in arguing passionately with raw emotion. It is counter-productive.

    If you like to hate your ex, god bless you for it. I'm just sharing how my partner and I feel about it. I still talk to my ex and he talks to his. In fact, his ex's mom has said many times that she sees him as her son.

    I don't see our approach to relationship and past relationships as naiive. I see it as an alternate approach that doesn't involve hate.

    By the way, my partner and I have also drafted up an agreement for if we ever decide to break up. We both took a vow to be as friendly and civil as possible. Absolutely no alimony. Absolutely no viciousness. Split everything down the middle and be done with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eastofeden View Post
    WOW...so profound...

    Lets try another one....

    If you are going to get into an accident...you should never drive a car.
    Not a fair comparison at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aristomaniac View Post
    Naiive or just living drama-free?
    Naive. I also live 'drama-free', as I suspect many other members of the board do as well; you don't keep a relationship without having discussion.

    But the two (infighting vs slowly built detesting of particulars) are not the same thing. They feed into each other often enough, but you cannot generally discuss tiny little loathings away.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckynumbah7 View Post
    Naive. I also live 'drama-free', as I suspect many other members of the board do as well; you don't keep a relationship without having discussion.

    But the two (infighting vs slowly built detesting of particulars) are not the same thing. They feed into each other often enough, but you cannot generally discuss tiny little loathings away.
    We also have a way of dealing with tiny little loathings. It has worked out quite wonderfully for us. And that is to be open about it. If I do something that bothers him, he tells me about it. I tell him too if he does something that bothers me.

    We talk quite often.

    Well, I respectfully disagree with y'all here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aristomaniac View Post
    We also have a way of dealing with tiny little loathings. It has worked out quite wonderfully for us. And that is to be open about it. If I do something that bothers him, he tells me about it. I tell him too if he does something that bothers me.

    We talk quite often.

    Well, I respectfully disagree with y'all here.
    Oh, feel free to disagree all you like, don't mind in the least. But I have 2 questions, if you wouldn't mind answering 'em. The first is, how many people have you dated, and how many people have you been roommates with, broadly speaking?

    The second question is, why do you think the same niggling irritations that people often have with roommates that cannot be discussed away are not possible with lovers?

    People, even partners, are not particularly static - and not everything is surmountable. There are such times where all options hurt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckynumbah7 View Post
    Oh, feel free to disagree all you like, don't mind in the least. But I have 2 questions, if you wouldn't mind answering 'em. The first is, how many people have you dated, and how many people have you been roommates with, broadly speaking?

    The second question is, why do you think the same niggling irritations that people often have with roommates that cannot be discussed away are not possible with lovers?

    People, even partners, are not particularly static - and not everything is surmountable. There are such times where all options hurt.
    I'm happy to answer these questions.

    6 serious and semi relationships. A lot more than that for non-serious relationships. I have had 7 roommates over the years.

    I firmly believe in conflict resolution through discussions, understanding, and compromise.

    Believe me, I have emotions just like everybody else. I learned very early on that if it seems like a good idea to say something, then always assume it's actually a bad idea to say it. When I'm emotionally charged, I take a breather and try to let it dissipate a little before coming back to the subject. Or at least that's how I do things in real life.

    When we are emotionally charged, we tend to do and say very stupid things. This is why in a heated argument, a normal person tends to bring up all the other person's past "sins" even though it has nothing to do with the subject at hand. This creates animosity, which builds up over time.

    My brother just went through a divorce. They were so vicious to each other, his ex-wife went all in to "make him pay". My partner and I watched this as it unfolded, which prompted us to discuss the subject matter and agreed that if we ever break up we will be fair to each other. None of that vengeance stuff.

    Please understand that this is my personal point of view. If doing it the "normal" way is right for you, then have at it. I'm not going to tell you what to do. I just think that it is counter-productive to get to a point where we hate each other.

    Added by edit.

    Personal example. Many years ago, I was dating this girl. One time, I drove us to a friend's house about 3 hours from where we lived. The 2nd day we were there, my girlfriend did something that I really hated. Every fiber of my being told me to grab all my things and leave. Just leave. I felt very very strongly to just leave. I used every mental strength I had to stop myself from doing that. I went outside and walked around a little bit. When I came back, she was there waiting for me and apologized to me. She said she realized after I walked out that what she did was very insensitive to me.

    Thinking back, had I went with my feelings and just left, it would have been a huge mess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aristomaniac View Post
    I'm happy to answer these questions.

    6 serious and semi relationships. A lot more than that for non-serious relationships. I have had 7 roommates over the years.

    I firmly believe in conflict resolution through discussions, understanding, and compromise.
    Fair 'nough. But many people on the board also practice the preachings of conflict resolution through discussions, understanding, and compromise. That's why I need to find a tin anniversary gift for next year. At least, I think it's next year, we disagree on how long we've been living together despite agreeing on the day. Don't ask.)

    But people are not emotionally logical, which was what I'm trying to point out. Changing emotions or issues may not come from a lack of discussion, drama or disagreement, though those can and will certainly egg an emotion on.

    Your total of 6 and 7 is 13. My total of semi-serious plus longer-term roomies has gotta be pushing 50 for a minimum (I rounded the averages down before the final addition)- lot of roomies vs uncounted casual sex, I figure it evens out - but we've other guys here whose total for the two is, I'm sure, higher than that. Alls I know is, you're free to believe whatever you want. But while you believe it's always best to keep in mind that millions of people might have a bit of an idea that things are often more complicated than they appear and not everything is fixable.
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    Please understand that this is my personal point of view. If doing it the "normal" way is right for you, then have at it. I'm not going to tell you what to do. I just think that it is counter-productive to get to a point where we hate each other.
    You're making it sound like people want to end up hating each other, not everything is solvable no matter how much you talk about it. It's totally dependable on the individuals. We don't know why people in this thread hate their exes, they haven't stated why they are exes. People change as they get older, some better, some worse, I mean people could have exes that stole from them, abused them physically/sexually/mentally. There are definitely lines that can get crossed where one will hate another legitimately. And no understanding, compromise understanding is going to change that.

    I'm glad you're relationships work out for you, but just because everything can work for you means that is how it's going to work for everyone else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by luckynumbah7 View Post
    Fair 'nough. But many people on the board also practice the preachings of conflict resolution through discussions, understanding, and compromise. That's why I need to find a tin anniversary gift for next year. At least, I think it's next year, we disagree on how long we've been living together despite agreeing on the day. Don't ask.)

    But people are not emotionally logical, which was what I'm trying to point out. Changing emotions or issues may not come from a lack of discussion, drama or disagreement, though those can and will certainly egg an emotion on.

    Your total of 6 and 7 is 13. My total of semi-serious plus longer-term roomies has gotta be pushing 50 for a minimum (I rounded the averages down before the final addition)- lot of roomies vs uncounted casual sex, I figure it evens out - but we've other guys here whose total for the two is, I'm sure, higher than that. Alls I know is, you're free to believe whatever you want. But while you believe it's always best to keep in mind that millions of people might have a bit of an idea that things are often more complicated than they appear and not everything is fixable.
    Well, billions of people believe that there is a bearded guy sitting in the sky assigning negative scores to people who masturbate. It doesn't necessarily make it true.

    I have always been extremely careful of who I date and who I room with. It's not that I have been lucky enough to have avoided drama with ex's. It's that I have gone through great lengths to avoid people who might give me trouble.

    About 3 months ago, a much younger, hotter than hot guy came onto me. He literally threw himself at me several times. I declined all those times because [1] I already had a loving partner and [2] this guy had trouble written all over him. It got as far as him coming onto me fully naked. I could have pounded that ass for hours. And believe me, I wanted to. But I simply walked away.

    I understand that millions of people experience drama with bf's/ex's/roommates/whatever-else's. I try to avoid drama wherever possible. And frankly, my husband and I are completely happy with our drama-free lifestyle. We have made many promises to each other than if we ever break up we will be completely fair to each other. Split everything down the middle. Absolutely no alimony. Alimony has struck the fear of god in even the highest income earners out there. Not interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MakeDigitalLove View Post
    You're making it sound like people want to end up hating each other, not everything is solvable no matter how much you talk about it. It's totally dependable on the individuals. We don't know why people in this thread hate their exes, they haven't stated why they are exes. People change as they get older, some better, some worse, I mean people could have exes that stole from them, abused them physically/sexually/mentally. There are definitely lines that can get crossed where one will hate another legitimately. And no understanding, compromise understanding is going to change that.

    I'm glad you're relationships work out for you, but just because everything can work for you means that is how it's going to work for everyone else.
    I'm not saying everything is solvable. But we can agree to disagree civilly.

    It's not allowing others to have differing opinions that drama begins to develop. And I can already sense the tension/animosity from various participants in this thread regarding this very simple topic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aristomaniac View Post
    I'm not saying everything is solvable. But we can agree to disagree civilly.

    It's not allowing others to have differing opinions that drama begins to develop. And I can already sense the tension/animosity from various participants in this thread regarding this very simple topic.
    I think one of the problems stem from your initial comment of saying people shouldn't have dated in the first place if they ended up hating each other. Which doesn't really make any sense, people can't tell the future and people grow and change over an extended period of time. Also feeling can change or people grow a part.

    I don't see disagreements being a problem here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MakeDigitalLove View Post
    I think one of the problems stem from your initial comment of saying people shouldn't have dated in the first place if they ended up hating each other. Which doesn't really make any sense, people can't tell the future and people grow and change over an extended period of time. Also feeling can change or people grow a part.

    I don't see disagreements being a problem here.
    You're right. I shouldn't have worded it that way. Sorry to everyone.

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    Re: What does your ex call you?

    Quote Originally Posted by aristomaniac View Post
    I'm not saying everything is solvable. But we can agree to disagree civilly.

    It's not allowing others to have differing opinions that drama begins to develop. And I can already sense the tension/animosity from various participants in this thread regarding this very simple topic.
    Your comment lacked empathy and insight....

    Perhaps you lack empathy and insight.

    MY comparison was actually very fair. It lacked empathy and insight as well.

    Lets take a closer look...

    YOU: If you have to hate your ex, then you shouldn't have dated in the first place.
    ME: If you are going to get into an accident...you should never drive a car.

    YOU: One would never have to hate an ex if one never dated him...
    ME: One would never have to have an accident if one never drove....

    There are a million factors in each of these equations that you fail to acknowledge with your absolute statement.

    Your "They shouldn't have dated" is as stupid as "They shouldn't have gotten in the car and drove"

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    Re: What does your ex call you?

    ^^ I agree.

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