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These Stories About The Exact Moment People Fell Out Of Love With Someone Are Absolutely Brutal

"Be home by 12."

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Recently, BuzzFeed Spain asked the BuzzFeed community about the one thing someone has said to them that made them immediately fall out of love. Or as Taylor Swift would say:

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Some of the responses have been edited for style or length.

1. "I don't know."

FOX

"When I asked him if he loved me after four years together, he said 'I don't know.'" — xyaisrsx

2. "I don't know why you study. It will be useless to you."

"I was in a really fucked up relationship with my (ex) boyfriend, but I was very much in love. One day, during exam week, I met up with a friend to study. At o1 in the morning, I got a call and he said to me, 'I don't know why you study. It will be useless to you.'

I decided that if he didn't support me in something as important as my studies, he wasn't right for me.

Luckily, I got out of that and it's great now, I've been with my friend for quite some time (the one from the library)." — MaddieParker

3. "I liked 'The Phantom Menace'."

Disney

"Well, I wasn't in love, but I liked him a lot until he said, 'I liked The Phantom Menace.'" — Elenaaaur

4. "The feminist struggle is no longer useful."

"One day, the subject of feminism came up in a conversation with my ex, and he said, 'The feminist struggle is no longer useful. Equality has already been achieved." I am a feminist, and when I read the message, I knew that our relationship had to end." — call me luna

5. "I could live my whole life without sex."

Interscope / Universal

"He said, 'If it were up to me, I could live my whole life without sex.'" — scarlethv

6. "So what?"

"I excitedly told him that I was thinking about participating in a scriptwriting contest, and he said, 'So what? Is that supposed to be interesting?'" — z4ccfe54ca

7. "Get over your problems."

Big Ticket Entertainment

"I met a guy when I was 17, and I liked him quite a bit. But I knew that we couldn't be together when, in the midst of an anxiety attack, he told me to 'get over your problems. There are dying children in Africa who make less noise than you.' A real jerk." — victoriarobledocorreos

8. "I also have to worry about your female friends, too?"

"After 5 months into a relationship, I decided to tell my boyfriend that I was bisexual. His response: 'So now not only do I have to keep an eye on your male friends, but I also have to worry about your female friends, too?'" — maitaneravenclaw

9. "Be home by 12."

Universal Pictures

"'Be home by 12. And in the winter, I'll only let you out until 10.' Apparently this kid was confused and thought he was my father instead of my boyfriend. It should be said that we didn't even live in the same city, and he still tried to be controlling about what time I came home from partying." — Carol Manzaneque

10. "I can't feel anything with condoms."

"I decided to stop taking the contraceptive pill because of the side effects. When I told my ex, with whom I'd been for 4 years, he said that 'I should have consulted him, since he can't feel anything with condoms.' I told him that it was my body and that my health is more important than his dick. He told me to 'take other pills.' I had tried 4 different formulas, and the psychologist had diagnosed me with anxiety and depression because of them. And my ex knew all of this." — a429ad58d9

11. "You don't have a bra on. You're not going out with me like that."

New Line Cinema / Capella International

"We were in his house just hanging out and wearing our pajamas, but we had to go get something to eat. We got dressed and were about to leave when he looked at me and said, 'You don't have a bra on. You're not going out with me like that.' That day I realized he was a moron. My body, my breasts, my decision whether or not to wear a bra." — belublanco23

12. "Leave me alone. You are annoying — can't you see I'm not in the mood?"

"I'd been with this guy for two years. I'd supported him while he was depressed and he treated me like crap for it. What made me realize that I couldn't love him anymore was one day when I tried to say goodbye to him in the train station, and he shouted at me in front of everyone: 'Leave me alone. You are annoying — can't you see that I'm not in the mood?' All because he had missed the train that left 20 minutes before. When I turned around and saw the looks of pity directed towards me, I realized that I didn't have to endure humiliation after humiliation. The funny thing is that now, a year later, I'm with a guy who was there that day who had approached me to ask me if I was okay." — helenitahan44

This post was translated from Spanish.

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