I have been single for five months now. I have decided to remain single for a year and just focus on my life and my career. I have moved on from my last relationship. I don't have feelings for that individual anymore, but I can't help but think about how it all ended. It was the strangest breakup night of my life.
We were dating for three days and I instantly knew that it wasn't going to work out. We were so different from one another. The connection was off point. I felt so uncomfortable being around him all the time. One of the problems was that he smokes weed. I am not a smoker period. I don't drink alcohol and I don't have friends who does that same thing as well. Even though I tolerated it for a week before we started dating, I didn't like that feeling of kissing him on the lips, and smelling a mixture of alcohol and weed in his mouth.
I finally reached my breaking point and decided to end the relationship. It was on a Saturday night. I tried to let off easily. I didn't discuss the main reason why I wanted us to end. I just told him that we were totally different from one another. Even though opposites attract we were too different from one another.
He took it hard but there was nothing I could do. He wanted to be accepted just the way he was. Sadly, I wasn't that person. He stood there in complete silence for three hours when we both made it to his house.
I felt like a little bit of television outta cheer him up. We turned on the tv and there was Glee. I am a huge fan of the show and I loved everything about it. I made the decision to leave once the show was over. Here comes the final music number. The song that ruined my breakup exit.
It was Glee's cover of Bruno Mars "Just The Way You Are."