So I do this blog series titled "Dating. . . Bridging the Gap Between the Sexes" in an effort to help both men and women understand each other better in the dating world. If you read it you see it's mainly tongue and cheek and not meant to be taken seriously because something as odd as dating shouldn't be taken seriously.
About 2 months ago it came to me that we all have that one story of the crazy ex. So I thought I would throw my story out there and the response by people with stories of their own was insane. It's something most of us can relate to. That's part of the point of this blog series.
Well the ex that was the subject of my blog (who I haven't talked to in any way shape or form in almost a year) read the story. Can you guess where this is going?
I swear to you I was not trying to be malicious in any way shape or form to her. Having not talked in a long time and no ties together I thought, "why not?" She doesn't follow me on Facebook and we don't share friends. I didn't use her last name or anything like that.
Last Saturday after a night of hanging with the guys I come home (a little tipsy) to an email from her saying "I read your blog about me and it was misleading and really makes ME and women as a whole look bad and is slander against me on a public owned website."
At first, I didn't know who the hell it was, the email handle was "urnothing2menemore@. . ." The email was long as hell and being a little tipsy it took a few minutes for it to register. That, and the post was so old I thought "how long was she scrolling through my page before she stumbled on to this?"
She goes on to say "I gathered all the names, emails and phone numbers of the ‘powers that be’ at Clear Channel Corporate as well as Mix 969." She continues "delete the blog now! Or I will go as far up in the chain of Clear Channel to make a complaint against what you wrote."
So I took it down. Believe me based on experience it's best just to take it down and make her think she won the day. I've gone over the blog again and made some edits I feel I should have done the first time. . . funny how not much has changed out of it.
It's still my story, my memory, my perspective and it's going back up. So to stay true to my word, I've taken down the post off this page. . . and put it on my personal Tumblr account. So if you want to read "Dating. . . Bridging the Gap Between the Sexes #666 Bats#!t Crazy Exes" Click here.
I'd also like to hear back from you guys. Do you think I was wrong for posting it in the first place? Am I wrong for re-posting it?