Dennis Duffy is that ultimate incarnation of that person that everyone ends up dating and they don’t know why. They just trick you into accepting them for a few months. Everytime you see them, they haven’t changed, and are convinced that you still want them. People like Duffy never learn, and they never get easier to be around.
If your ex has to go learn self defense techniques after they break up with you, then you’re acting like a psycho. Stop everything you’re doing and just move on. Seriously, once Krav Maga gets involved, the relationship is never getting fixed.
This guy was the ultimate psycho ex-boyfriend. Literally. He got dumped and then went on a killing spree. If you find yourself relating to this guy in any way, at all, drive yourself to the police station and tell them to arrest you.
This guy just couldn’t choose. Rachel ran out on their wedding, and it turns out he was cheating on her. Then he tried to get back together with her, but he was already engaged. So he tried to bring Rachel back as a side piece. Yeah, really seems like he learned his lesson.
Spoiler alert: This is a guy that really needed to learn how to move on. Building a house for a girl is cool, unless she once convinced everyone that you were crazy rather than break up with you a normal way.
If your girlfriend breaks up with you because you keep murdering people, then trying to murder her won’t fix your problems. You need to learn how to communicate, not kill.
Look, karate skills may seem really cool in high school, but when you grow up, and you’re not a ninja, then they’re just kind of lame. Also, if your ex-girlfriend starts hanging out with a new guy, having your gang beat him up isn’t cool behavior. It’s actually criminal. In real life, he won’t have to beat you in a karate tournament, he’ll just call the police.
If everytime you’re with a particular person it ends violently, then just stay away from that person. Don’t act like one of Ron Swanson’s exes, Tammy 2, who seems to enjoy the violence.
It sucks when a really cool girl breaks up with you. Schwartzman’s character in Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World handles the situation by forming a league with all of her exboyfriends and making them all fight her new boyfriend to the death. Yeah, hanging out with all of the other guys she dumped will make her see the error of her ways.
In Vanilla Sky, Cameron Diaz can’t handle the fact that Tom Cruise dumped her and moved on. She lures him into her car, and then purposefully crashes the car. You know what else would have gotten his attention? Tons of other stuff that doesn’t involve getting killed in a car accident.