We all know that breaking up is hard to do—it's hard! Sometimes biting the bullet, letting someone know it's over and changing your whole lifestyle seems like an impossible task.
Then, there are the more casual relationships, which can somehow be harder to break off -- like if you go on one or two bad dates and just never want to hear from the person again!Yet, there are the people who seem to never get the message when you try to casually blow them off.
For example, one British woman was so loathe to break things off with the contact in her phone -- whom we only know as "Bad Date" -- that she decided to fake her own death. Ann Gray, 29, from the U.K., told The Mirror that she met a man via an online dating site, and, after their third date, decided it wasn't going to work out.
But, no matter what she said to "Bad Date," her potential suitor would not take the hint, and even sent her mildly threatening messages insisting they continue dating.
"He continued to message me and the day came when he sent me one stating 'I think we need to have a date tonight! I will be around your house in 30 minutes,'" Gray told The Mirror.
So she took things into her own hands, and pretended to be her own sister, texting him she was very sick:
But a mere hospitalization could not stop this dude!
Does he really think a three-date relationship warrants hospital visits?
So more lies had to be told:
But even that didn't work.
Boundaries? This guy has clearly never heard of 'em:
So Ann got desperate and bit the bullet—she killed off her character.
Finally, after this, Ann said he stopped texting her. Which is also kind of rude because, like, shouldn't he want to go to her funeral and stuff after he was so insistent about the hospital? SMH. Anyway, Ann said she went back on the online dating site where she met him and he FOUND her again and sent her a nasty message.
"He sent me a horrid message! Can't say I blame him, really," she said.
But don't worry, Ann is still getting her happy ending after dealing with this creep: "I am currently engaged to be married and not dead!"
Good for you Ann, all our best.