Is someone a hater for not wanting to be an ex’s friend ? ?
My ex says I am still a hater for not wanting to be his friend . He is 45 but acts like he’s 12. He is also saying it’s my loss we would be good friends.
Isn’t that up to me tho ? As it is only one sided .
- Alan HLv 79 months agoFavourite answer
Not so much a hater as rather immature.
As you say, rather like a 12 year old
- EdnaLv 79 months ago
No . it's not just up to you; it's up to him also. You're his "ex", and he doesn't want to continue to be friends with you. That's his right, and it doesn't meant that he's a "hater". People who break up don't have to remain friends or ever see each other afterward. In fact, most of them don't want to.
- 9 months ago
"Can't we just be friends?" Hell no, if someone hurts someone else emotionally I don't see any need to be friends with them any more.
- yakusa3000Lv 49 months ago
He may be a Dick, if he's combative, desist, add no gas to his flames, at 45? It's not going to be easy to convince him, he's already the smartest person on the planet.
He may be a Pantomath, what's his favorite dessert? Get it, put in a brown paper bag, roll down the lips, you know, like how a child does it, and keep it with you, like when you're around him, he's eventually going to ask you what's in the bag, but Mr. Panto should know right?
After he bugs out, give it to him, tilt the head and give him the "You dumb azz look" but smile, be mean, but always stay nice, don't be an azzhole yourself, get it.
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- Anonymous9 months ago
If u act like ur 12 that's good