So long story short is everyone kept saying my ex-girlfriend was extremely dumb. One night we were having dinner with my parents, and she asked me out of no where "what year it was." So I responded while embarrassed "it is 2016." A couple of days ago she texted my sister saying it was extremely cold outside saying "It's supper (meaning super) cold outside it's like minus ten degrease (meaning degrees)." Last month my brother said she was really dumb and I defended her saying you just catch her at bad times. So he walked up to her and asked her to spell "here" as in "we are here" and she spelt it "hear." Last week she came to my house, slept over, and she left in the morning. She plugged her car in that night to have it turn over faster in the morning. Anyways she didn't unplug it when she drove off, and ended up destroying the outlet the cord was plugged into. This and various other little things she did just took their toll on me. So I ended it with her. Her friend saw me at the grocery store and said "you're a shallow piece of shit, and you're pathetic. You hurt my friend so bad!" She did this in front of everyone. I was so embarrased. So I just left the store. Am I a bad person? I feel terrible for what I did, but she just wouldn't stop acting so childish, and idiotic. I felt like her main accomplishment was to get drunk every chance she could.
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In order to be compatible, you need to have mental compatibility. You did her and yourself a favor. You will always be embarrassed w/her lack of smarts and she would always be upset that people you are w/would find her dumb. I'm not saying you didn't love her because I dated a guy who also would have embarrassed me in front of people I hang out w/ (he would put down people w/different political beliefs w/no reasoning why). She would never change and eventually you would resent her. Find someone who surfs on the same mental wavelength. Yeah at 1st you may brush it off, but that would just get old.1