“We had a good run.” That’s what my boyfriend of three years said to me after we broke up. It tore me apart — total power move — but we had had a good run. We’d just gotten to the point where we were no longer working as a unit any more. We had to spread our wings and fly our separate ways. This was college, after all. Who has time for relationships in college?
Late last night, around 1am CST, TSM had a similar realization after another three-year relationship. After too many vodka sodas, a screaming match about the “immorality” of creeping through her boyfriend’s Facebook messages, and some great, great goodbye sex, she said it: “We had a good run, but…I just don’t think we should be together any more.”
And just like that, TFM and TSM broke up. That’s right. TFM and TSM will NEVER be together again. They are their own websites now, but it’s going to be okay. Things are going to be better than ever for both of them. I know we were all rooting for the pair, but the fact of the matter is, this is college. No one’s got time for a relationship when there are free drinks to drink, hot guys to make out with (and subsequently stalk the shit out of and text bomb), and littles to obsess over, free of judgment.
TSM’s doing pretty damn good, considering her newly single status. Like every girl does, she made some minor adjustments to her appearance — some of us change our hair color, some of us buy expensive new clothes, some of us have complete site redesigns, whatever works. I have to say, she’s looking hotter than ever. Check her out at TotalSororityMove.com.
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