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July 19, 2006

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I just went through a breakup. There was no official dumping, just an unexplained ceasing of all communication after a month of long romantic weekends spent together in the country. Eventually, friend of my dearly departed explained first, that I was dumped and then that I had been replaced by someone new.

So much for all those conversations about how we might move in together one day and how I "made love" like a god. Someone apparently didn't understand that it wasn't necessary to lie to me just to get laid.

Anyway, you know how those serial monogamists can be. They're all secretly sluts and whores but labeling sex as "making love" and calling all the people they screwed their ex-girlfriend or boyfriend "that wasn't meant to be" makes it all so much less tawdry and meaningless.

As revenge, I did think of repeating confidential information told to me by my fickle, former paramour that could lead to a real pickle for said ex, now known affectionately, as uncaring squared. I choose to be the better, not bitter person. Besides, you can't make an unfeeling person sorry. Trying to teach a psychopath to respect other people will only drive you crazy.

Perhaps, I also don't want to fall into the stereotypical role of a lover scorned for such a minor infraction as the no-call flush down the love toilet after only a month. If it had been a marriage of a few years maybe, I would take it as hard as a certain Blog Spot member whose supposed attempt to get back on her soon-to-be ex is the object of speculation on Curbed, a site devoted to strange billboards.

I wouldn't have believed it was real if I'd only read the blog entitled "That Girl Emily" since the blog picture looks Photoshopped. Meanwhile, the good folks at Curbed oscillated between speculation that it was a bank advertisement to encourage securing one's finances and a creative attempt by an author to secure a book deal.

Truth is stranger than fiction, so I'll leave it to you to decide whether it fictional art or a real cheating heart.

Posted by Will Peters at July 19, 2006 11:54 AM

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I definitely think it's a form of marketing, but I guess we'll have to wait to see how things unfold. I like your suggestion that it could be an ad for either a bank or an author trying to get attention... Just the way the blog is timed (She joins Blogger in late June, this all happens by early July) is extremely fishy by itself...

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