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Comment: Is this a true letter?

Thanks,

Dan

-----Original Message-----

Subject: Fwd: Regarding Beth McKee, WLU Law Class of 2007

You will NEVER believe this. It's an email sent by an anonymous guy, not
a law student, who apparently used to date someone who now attends
Washington & Lee law school, where my co-worker went. Mr. Anonymous sent
it to the entire law school listserve and to some W&L undergrads as well.
Leslie got it from her boyfriend, who's still a student there.

We can discuss our favorite lines after you're all done reading it. It's
UNBELIEVABLE. Nikoley, I think it might beat the Cindy Mitchell email by a
league or two....

---------- Forwarded message ----------

This email is regarding your classmate, Elizabeth K. McKee, Washington and
Lee Law School class of 2007. Beth to her friends. It is the
culmination of a terrible year. I've spent the last year debating how to
handle a person who hurt me immeasurably, embarrassed me, and crushed my
belief in real love. I have nothing more to say to her. I can't escape
what she did to me. So I seek some relief by explaining myself, somehow
hoping that this might prevent her from harming others in the same way she
hurt me. I want it to serve as a warning to you, her classmates, her
potential future boyfriends or current boyfriend (s). Learn from my
mistake. Avoid this girl. She cannot be trusted. She comes across as an
innocent and sweet person, and would sell you into slavery for the price
of a taxi ride. Be warned by someone who fell for her shit. Let's begin
our story.

Roughly a year ago I came to Lexington to visit my
girlfriend, Beth McKee. She treated me in an odd fashion the entire
weekend, acting completely different than she had when we lived together
in Atlanta. I wrote it off to some stupid desire to fit with a new group
of people. The truth is that she had started sleeping with a guy at the
law school without telling me, and was nervous I would find out. All I
asked of Beth from the beginning was honesty. I'd been around far more
than she had and didn't think this was an unfair request. I asked her not
to cheat on me, or to be honest if she wanted to end things. I should
have known better by the way our relationship started. She came into my
bedroom (we were living in a large house with several people) while my
then-girlfriend was downstairs and came onto me, her exact words being
"All I've been able to think about is how much I want to sleep with you."
After we did, I was hooked. I ended things with the girl I
was dating and started seeing Beth. It became serious and then very
serious. We were living together; we had both just gotten out of long
relationships, which should have been another indication that things would
crash and burn. She has fake breasts, which should have been another
indication. No woman with a low enough level of self confidence to have
her breasts "done" can ever be trusted. As a side note she got these
"done" because of pressure from her ex. This kind of emotional bullying
works wonders on Beth or any woman with low self confidence.

Don't take this in the wrong way. We were very happy for
the most part, until she left and for awhile thereafter. Our sex life was
great. The things that are normally missing, that make people cheat, just
weren't or didn't seem to be. We talked seriously about marriage. I made
the mistake of thinking that this meant she could keep her legs closed
while just a few hours away from me. She called me the day after she
fucked the lovely fellow from the law school (Craig Patrick Hensel-I felt
better when I saw his picture, as he's just a sorry looking little guy) to
ask in tears if I still wanted to marry her. Not knowing what the hell
was going on, I said "yes". She finally told me what was going on
sometime down the road. I intimidated her into coming down to Atlanta,
and fucked her a few more times for good measure. Then I tried to hold on
to something, anything, and it burned out. She kept making promises that
turned out to be lies, and I only got angrier.
To be fair Beth was nice when she told me about what she did. She even
said it with contrition, real tears, but that doesn't negate the fact that
she did it while we were together and allowed me to be around people who
knew about it when I didn't. To do this takes a special kind of
loathesomeness, and I know well because I've done it to people before. It
is not an isolated act, but a way of behaving that does not change. I
decided to wait until the one year anniversary of her actions to launch
this email, my warning to all of you about what kind of person she is. It
is the last contact I ever hope to have with her*or any of you for that
matter. Again, be warned about this girl. She promised me her love, her
heart, pledged it through tears. So then, let's review a few things that
I think might serve as indications of her character*

Things you May not Know About Beth McKee*


1. She cheats. She has done it before, and will probably do it
again.

2. She has "done" breasts, and badly done ones in my opinion, at
least close up.

3. She worked at a certain notorious and now closed Atlanta
"gentleman's club", albeit as a waitress.

4. She is a member of the class of 2007 at Washington and Lee school
of law, tall and fair skinned with long red hair. Look out for her!


Any Questions? I probably won't answer them. If you know anyone who
would benefit from the information contained here, pass it on. It's all
true. Best of regards, and you've been warned*

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Miles Invictus
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quote:
To do this takes a special kind of
loathesomeness, and I know well because I've done it to people before.

[lol]
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Rehcsif
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Too bad there isn't a class you can take in Junior High called "How to get over her - 101". We guys seem to have trouble letting go. This humorous piece, which I first saw about 15 years ago, puts it pretty well:

quote:
When a relationship ends, a woman will cry, and pour her heart out to her girlfriends, and she will write a poem titled "All Men are Idiots." Then she will get on with her life.
A man has a little more trouble letting go. For six months, his ex may not hear from him, but then, at three on Saturday night/Sunday morning, he will call and say, "I just wanted to let you know you ruined my life, and I'll never forgive you, and I hate you, and you're a total floozy. But I want to let you know there's always a chance for us."

This is known as the "I Hate You/I Love You" drunken phone call. Ninety-nine percent of all men past the age of 21 have made this call at least once. Some men make a career of these calls. There are community colleges that offer extension courses to help men get over this need; alas, these classes rarely prove effective.

I'm not sure why guys can't just let it go, and move on. Instead, we have to go and do things like the letter in the OP. Or call the girl up, 6 months after the breakup, to discuss what went wrong and why can't we try it again. Bleah.

-Tim

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quote:
Originally posted by Rehcsif Mit:
Too bad there isn't a class you can take in Junior High called "How to get over her - 101". We guys seem to have trouble letting go.

I'm not sure why guys can't just let it go, and move on. Instead, we have to go and do things like the letter in the OP. Or call the girl up, 6 months after the breakup, to discuss what went wrong and why can't we try it again. Bleah.

-Tim

Apologies, but what a load of crap. It is a massive generalisation, and certainly not true.

Everyone is different. I know that someone whom I was best man for had a very difficult time letting go, and went slightly over the top with his efforts.

However in my case, when I was dumped, my Ex told me to "Get over it." So I did, but now it has been almost two years since she told me she wanted to seperate. It took over a year for her to leave the house, and she still hasn't signed the seperation agreement. It is her that is delaying and still holding on.

All people are different, and anyone, male of female, can act irrationally. Hormones and emotions really can screw you up - things would be so much simpler without them; but possibly not as much fun.

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Rehcsif
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quote:
Originally posted by Michael Cole:
Apologies, but what a load of crap. It is a massive generalisation, and certainly not true.

Like any stereotype, I believe it's true in general but you can certainly find plenty of cases (like you claim yourself is one) that aren't true.

Sorry if it wasn't clear that I was generalizing -- I figured that was obvious. And back in my dating years, I certainly met the stereotype, unfortunately...

-Tim

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I should have known better by the way our relationship started. She came into my bedroom (we were living in a large house with several people) while my then-girlfriend was downstairs and came onto me, her exact words being "All I've been able to think about is how much I want to sleep with you." After we did, I was hooked. I ended things with the girl I was dating and started seeing Beth.
Wait - he cheated on his then girlfriend with Beth, and yet Beth is a skank and he's holier than thou? And he seems surprised that she would hit on other guys while they're a couple? maybe this guy is nothing more than an idiot.

As for the "guys who can't let go", I still think the skit Adam Sandler did on SNL years ago was the best (and trust me, gals do this, too).

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What I find interesting is that he tried to embarass Beth and really only makes a fool of himself. There was nothing different about his story. Nothing that was done to make their breakup any different than so many others out there. They both cheated he's hurt and decideds that he's going to seek public humilliation for his ex. What a loser.

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Rehcsif
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quote:
Originally posted by TrishDaDish:
[QUOTE]
As for the "guys who can't let go", I still think the skit Adam Sandler did on SNL years ago was the best (and trust me, gals do this, too).

Totally forgot about that!
http://snltranscripts.jt.org/93/93bdenise.phtml

-Tim

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