Keith A. Fix, Omaha, Nebraska

This guy should win an Academy Award for the role he played in our relationship. He came off as mature for his age, a different kind of guy, an over achiever that was misunderstood and someone of a strong moral upbringing. It was all a lie! The signs were there in the beginning and I was blinded by his charms (and my love) to see through his act. I should have been smart enough to not believe him after the first time of him not coming home, where he really was. Out getting pounded by every Tom, D**k and Harry in Omaha. The final straw is when he finally struck out the third time. He didn’t come home after dropping me off, saying that he was first going to run to Wal-Mart to think, then later saying he was going to stay at his mother’s. Little did the dumb a*s know, I did a drive by his mother’s apartment and Keith’s car was not there. Then the next morning he told me in a TEXT that he didn’t want to be in a relationship anymore. Then I made the decision to pack my belongings from his place and write him a letter, hoping that he would reconsider. But he didn’t even want to talk or work it out. Great business ethics. Real smooth coming from a “professional” who tried everything to build himself an image. Let’s face it Keith. Your image is just as sharp as your stained/dirty clothes (that I would wash). You’re a user. A lying little b*****d that deserves everything bad that will come to you. I also love how you told me many of times how hurt you were by your “abusive” ex, how he ruined your life and you have a restraining order against him. Some restraining order! I saw him working over the Christmas holiday passing out cards for YOUR company! You hired him. I hope your G*d, mother and anyone else that you cling to in your life are very proud of you. You are a real piece of work. I see through you now. You flaky, lying, cheating, STD spreading, dirty clothes wearing, gambling little p***k! I curse the day I met you and hope that someone, someday does you wrong like you did me.

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  1. no, it sounds more of a grdnmaa and mom worried sick aabout their lil girl out in the dating world. Afraid she will not make right choices for her body and health, afraid she will be pressured into having s*x and ending up pregant. Perhaps being over protective to the point of lying to the girl and hopefully scaring the girl from even noticing boys until she is much older.But, saying that..boys of 13 and upward are changing ..raging hormones and all. But that is a life cycle.it does not make them horrible creeps.Take their adive with a grain of salt..know they are trying to protect you..and just keep showing them what a responsible person you are.

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