You may also like...

20 Responses

  1. doniree says:

    I absolutely adore this.

  2. Ben says:

    hahahahhahaha you make keeping in contact with exes seem like so much fun!

    You’ll be hearing from me when my exes don’t live up to this image.

  3. Interesting. This makes me think, “huh, I should totally start dating Peter,” while also thinking “I’d love to be Peter’s ex.”

  4. Shahurath says:

    you’re hilarious.
    And awesome too. Clearly!

  5. Stop painting pictures of scenarios that I wish would happen to me. STOP IT NOW!!!


  6. nicoleantoinette’s comment is spot on.

    SPOT ON.

  7. Maxie says:

    Is it weird this kind of broke my heart?

    • Peter DeWolf says:

      This is such an interesting comment.

      I think, in a way, I base most “ex” dialog on my favourite ex. (And if you are reading this comment, goof, know that I love your mom.) And with favourite exes, there is always a tinge of sadness for what once was, you know?

  8. Shelley says:

    I have an ex like this, and I wish I could hang out with him at bookstores. But it might be a little too dangerous, y’know? Next thing you know, you do a double-take when you catch him looking at you with a little less humour and a little more heat, and then the easy banter ends abruptly and you’re way too aware of where he’s standing. Then he puts his hand lightly on your back when you’re leaving the store and you’re hyper-aware of his scent, and you’re awkwardly mumbling a good-bye at the car when he leans in and interrupts you with a soft slow kiss, and then next thing you know you’re trying to explain to your mom how your hair got so messed up buying her a birthday present. See? Dangerous.

  9. Actually, I do want someone to tell me to buy a muzzle for my mom!

  10. LiLu says:

    This must be fiction. Everyone knows Orange Julius went out of business!

    *sobs for the youth of America who will never taste that citrusy goodness*

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *