When the Couple relationships come to an end, not everyone takes the separation alike. There are those who forget faster and there are those who find it difficult to let go and hold on to memories.
And precisely the Twitter user @sierrayabreeby name Marietta, she recounted her particular experience after being surprised by an online publication by her ex partner, who left five years ago.
The young woman’s post from a few weeks ago that she spread 20 minutes It didn’t take long for it to go viral due to the situation it relates.
“My ex just uploaded a story on his best friends (Instagram), but behind A framed photo of us from when we were 15 comes out. 5 years ago and the photo is still there,” she wrote.
She also attached two screenshots of the conversation she had with her then boyfriend after the post went viral, but then decided to delete it.
Separation, photos together and controversies on the net
As was to be expected, and even more so when it comes to relationships, the comments flow like water from a fountain. And, of course, there were staunch defenders of each position.
One user said that, surely, “after seeing” the tweet, the user’s ex-partner would have gotten rid of the snapshot.
Faced with this, Marieta replied that after seeing her publication, her ex-boyfriend told her: “I’m not going to remove it”.
Another Internet user appeared, claiming that perhaps she continues to keep it out of carelessness, to which the young woman precisely attached two screenshots in which her ex claimed that he kept the image “out of respect”.
The post has amassed tens of thousands of likes, and has exceeded the 1 million views and various comments.
Love and similar cases
From the reflected history, in addition to opinions, those who exposed situations in which they felt identified appeared.
“I’ll stick with one my ex’s box, in the locker above the bedwhere I have all our photos, letters and a gift he gave me on my desk, there are people who mark you a lot even if they had to take different paths,” said an internet user, who received another wave of comments added.
Another added, “I’ve been wearing the necklace he gave me for 3 years and it will continue to be there.” A third said simply and sincerely: It might as well be me.”
And, by way of example, another opinion was the following: “I do a photo of my first ex in my wallet since I was 16. Since then, three exes and a thousand girlfriends have passed through my life.” There’s not much else to narrow it down.
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