Our top ten lists are second to none and these lists have caused a quite stir amongst our readers. When your relationship is still fresh, it's nice to get to know the silly basics of what makes your man tick. Breaking up with a clingy, obsessive significant other is a process marked by stage after stage of mind games and desperate entreaties to stay together.
We might finally have an answer thanks to a recent call with a Comcast representative that was recorded by a customer trying to disconnect his service. Remember: The quotes below are taken from a real conversation with a real Comcast representative that can be heard here. Your ex: "Everything was so, so, so amazing between us and nothing was ever bad when we were together. Your ex: "Even though there couldn't possibly be anything wrong with me that’s causing this break up, if there was, just hypothetically speaking, what might that be? When you're sick, do you like to have someone taking care of you, or do you prefer to be left alone until you're better?
What's one type of household chore that you're unwilling, or at least very resistant to do?
If we were in a group at a party, and I told a horrible joke that no one else laughed at, what would you do? Do you think it's okay for men and women who are in separate relationships to go have coffee or lunch together? Do you think it's okay for people to vent to others about their significant others, or do you think that it's completely disrespectful and complaints should be kept within the relationship? Are you a neat freak or do you tend to have socks and other items lying around everywhere, most of the time?


Would you ever consider having additional roommates to cut costs if we had a place with enough space?
If I have to work really late, will you have a problem with cooking or picking up some dinner for both of us? What is your philosophy on money within a marriage-is what's yours mine and vice-versa, or will you prefer separate accounts and a roommate situation with bill paying? How much time do you expect us each to be able to hang out with our friends once we've had children? Would you be agreeable to staying home with the kids if my career was about to take off or if I made enough at my job to support that arrangement? Do you want a small wedding, a large one, a visit to the courthouse, an elopement, or do you have no opinion at all?
Would you be willing to temporarily take on two jobs if that's what it took to make ends meet?
If I have a disagreement with one of your family members or friends, will you stand up for me? Do you feel that your parents treated you and your siblings the same or was there favoritism? What are some prominent things that have happened in your past that you think have contributed greatly to who you are today?
Instead, take a day or two to mull over his answers, and decide where you want the relationship to go.
While you won't want to have his answers chosen for him ahead of time, you will want to think about what kind of answer you'd like him to give.
You can decide for yourself which is a bigger pain, but to make it easier we've transcribed some of the conversation to a medium more fitting for break-ups in 2014: the text message.


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Think about which things are non-negotiable, and which issues you are willing to compromise on. Your ex may at least have had some valid points: You did enjoy your time together and at one point, you could have believed their claims. While a person that you shared an emotional connection with probably deserves some explanation about why you're breaking up, Comcast does not. At least your ex hopefully had a few more dynamic qualities to offer beyond download speed and broadband width. And unlike your ex, now it just sounds like Comcast is going to start screwing you a whole lot less. Whether your relationship is brand new, or you have been together for a while, asking questions - both serious and fun - is a great way to get to know your partner and spark meaningful conversation. If you find more often than not, that his answers are not compatible with yours, you may want to cut your losses early. As much as we LOVED that time we ordered "I Know Who Killed Me" on demand, the repeated gaps in service really weren't that sweet.
Because even if nobody's bluffing here, your ex isn't going to keep billing you until you return their cable box with remote. The fact that it was our ex's idea to order a movie starring 2007 Lindsay Lohan doesn't get Comcast off the hook either.



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