A friend of mine just broke up with his girlfriend, and she dumped him saying "you're too good for me". I've heard of girls using that line before, so I was curious what it meant.
I figure that most likely she was just bullsh*ting him - that maybe she just wasn't that into him and wanted to let him down gently.
I figure there's also a chance that she had self-esteem issues and that from her perception, she for some reason believed that he actually was too good for her.
There's also a very slim chance that he really was too good for her due to some improbable factor that she knows that nobody else knows - like maybe she's a murderer, or she owes gambling debts to the mob, or she was born with male genitalia and pretends to be a woman. We will call this theory the "terrible secret" theory.
So, in your opinion, which is it?
- She has self-esteem issuesVote A
- She has a terrible secretVote B
- It's just b. s.Vote C
- Other (explain)Vote D
- Just checkin' answersVote E
Most Helpful Guy
Oh that's a compliment sandwich...
A very useful break up line you go compliment, break up, compliment:
You're such an amazing woman and I've learned so much with you; I just don't think we should see each other any more. You're just too good for me and deserve the very best.
BOOM! Compliment sandwich break up.0