People share responses to unwanted messages from exes

October 23rd, 20177:14 pm @

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  • Singletons have shared their witty replies to unwanted texts from their exes 
  • One woman said the only thing she missed were the meals he used to pay for 
  • Another simply typed ‘nope’ when her ex-boyfrined text to catch up 

Latoya Gayle For Mailonline

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It can take a long time to heal a broken heart – and even longer to forgive the person who broke it. 

So it is perhaps of little surprise some singletons are less than pleased to hear from their exes once they have finally managed to move on.

Men and women around the world took to Bored Panda to share the unwanted messages they received from former flames – and their own very cutting replies. 

Examples shared included a text from one woman who was only too happy to tell her ex-boyfriend that all she missed about dating him was getting her food for free.  

Here, FEMAIL rounds up some of the best – and most brutal – examples… 

Meal ticket: This person admitted the only thing they miss is 'getting their food paid for'

Meal ticket: This person admitted the only thing they miss is ‘getting their food paid for’

Nipping it in the bud: A one-word answer was all it took to shut down this approach from an ex 

Nipping it in the bud: A one-word answer was all it took to shut down this approach from an ex 

All in a name: 'Waste of Time' turned out to be an apt way to describe this former relationship 

All in a name: ‘Waste of Time’ turned out to be an apt way to describe this former relationship 

Cutting: This person had no interest in speaking to their ex-boyfriend Matt when he text 

Cutting: This person had no interest in speaking to their ex-boyfriend Matt when he text 

Up in flames: This man was left startled when his ex-girlfriend sent this photo as a joke 

Up in flames: This man was left startled when his ex-girlfriend sent this photo as a joke 

Missed call: There was no confusion over why this heartbroken ex didn't pick up their phone 

Missed call: There was no confusion over why this heartbroken ex didn’t pick up their phone 

An ex tried to persuade communication by presuming they had traits that would be missed

An ex tried to persuade communication by presuming they had traits that would be missed

Priorities: Numbers were not enough for this singleton to describe how they felt 

Priorities: Numbers were not enough for this singleton to describe how they felt 

Creative: Emojis came in handy when it came to batting away this unwanted sexual advance 

Creative: Emojis came in handy when it came to batting away this unwanted sexual advance 

No returns: This response tricked an ex into believing they may have an opportunity to meet up

No returns: This response tricked an ex into believing they may have an opportunity to meet up

Your face looks familiar: Dog s*** and rubbish bins both remind this texter of their ex-partner 

Your face looks familiar: Dog s*** and rubbish bins both remind this texter of their ex-partner 

Fundamental mistake: There was no coming back from this very basic wooing error 

Fundamental mistake: There was no coming back from this very basic wooing error 

Scientific: This clever singleton told their ex-girlfriend just how far away she had to stay 

Scientific: This clever singleton told their ex-girlfriend just how far away she had to stay 

Bad timing: Others also cut the conversation with their exes short using blunt replies

Bad timing: Others also cut the conversation with their exes short using blunt replies

Cut out of their lives: This ex was soon going to find themselves blocked from social media

Cut out of their lives: This ex was soon going to find themselves blocked from social media

Brutal: Insults do not hurt this texter as bad as being reminded of what they once shared

Brutal: Insults do not hurt this texter as bad as being reminded of what they once shared

Poetic: This quick-thinking singleton was quick to turn her ex-boyfriend's words around 

Poetic: This quick-thinking singleton was quick to turn her ex-boyfriend’s words around 


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