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Carter Hernandez and Camora Black

Will he drop or keep the revolting girlfriend?

 

Hey, you can call me Revolting Girlfriend. I have a girlfriend. I started dating her a few weeks ago. The only issue is, I don’t actually like her. I find her kind of revolting. I want to break up with her but I don’t want to hurt her feelings. How can I not hurt her feelings?

 

Sincerely,

Revolting Girlfriend

 

Dear Revolting Girlfriend,

I understand that you don’t want to hurt her, but if you find her revolting I don’t think you should be with her even if it might hurt her feelings. Once you end it she can start the healing process and even find someone else that actually does like her. The best option would be to let her down easy. I’m sure she will understand that you don’t feel the same way and in a way be glad that it’s over so she’s not drooling over someone that doesn’t feel the same way.

 

Sincerely,

Carter Hernandez

 

Dear Revolting Girlfriend,

I understand you don’t want to hurt this person, but she shouldn’t have to suffer just because you don’t want to hurt her. I think you should just tell her that you don’t like her. She’ll understand as long as you don’t tell her you find her revolting. I know it seems hard and mean but its not its how you feel and nothing’s wrong with that. I know you can just tell her that you don’t feel that same way anymore and that you think you guys would be better off apart. Let her down easy. I’m sure if you do that she won’t be to upset or shell get over you really fast.  

 

Sincerely,

Camora Black

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