Woman Dumps Boyfriend By Writing ‘Best Break-Up Letter Ever’

Woman Dumps Boyfriend By Writing 'Best Break-Up Letter Ever'What’s scarier than a really nasty break-up note? A really nice break-up note. You better watch your back if you get caught cheating and then receive a Dear John letter that opens: “Hey Honey!”

‘Love or blood?’

On Friday, a Redditor posted a photograph of one such letter, and it’s since gone viral, having received more than 1 million page views as of Monday morning.

So far, no one has been able to prove the veracity of the missive, but it’s dripping with realistic-sounding acid under a candy-sweet veneer of hearts and smiley emoticons. And is that red pen supposed to be the color of love or blood?

‘Happy hunting’

“Guess who left his Facebook open on the computer and got a message from Kelsi? Yeah! You did!” The writer goes on to say she’s made a superfun game out of ditching his belongings—”since I know you like looking for other things, (like other girls!)— and provides clues to where the philanderer might find his stuff. She adds, “Oh, and while I didn’t break or damage anything, I can’t guarantee anybody else won’t find it.” It closes, “Happy Hunting!”

What do you think of this break-up letter — creative or downright scary? Would you do this to dump a cheating lover?

Source: Sarah B. Weir, Yahoo News

Image: Mid Day

Australian Library To Move All Lance Armstrong Titles To Fiction Section?

Australian Library To Move All Lance Armstrong Titles To Fiction SectionAn Australian library sign promising to reshelve books by disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong in the fiction section has sparked approval online. The sign was posted in Manly library in Sydney over the weekend.

‘Arbitrarily reclassify books’

All non-fiction books by the cyclist, including “Lance Armstrong: Images of a Champion”, would soon be moved to the fiction section, it read.

A council spokesman said the sign was a joke and that local libraries could not arbitrarily reclassify books.

Last week Lance Armstrong ended years of denial by admitting he used performance-enhancing drugs during all seven of his Tour de France wins. The 41-year-old confessed during an interview with chat show host Oprah Winfrey that was watched around the world.


“This was a prank, it happened on Saturday and a member of the public has taken a photo and posted it on social media and it’s gone viral on social media,” said Chris Parsons of Manly Council. “However you can’t simple reclassify books from fiction to non-fiction,” he said, explaining that classifications were decided at a central level.

Local reports said the sign was posted by a student working part-time in the library. Mr Parsons did not confirm this but said a “little review” would take place at the library.

What do you think of this Lance Armstrong prank by Manly Library — funny or offensive? Share your thoughts about this issue!

Source: BBC News

Image: Litre Actor