— KFOR (@kfor) October 20, 2015
Does bad grammar make you [sic]?
It does for one man in California who received a grammatically incorrect text message from his ex-fiancee. Now, his grammar correction is making the text conversation go viral.
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When the sauté chef ended the five-year relationship after finding out the woman cheated on him.
Even though the couple was over, the woman refused to give up. The man posted screenshots of the encounter on image sharing service Imgur. The text message exchange shows his ex plead him to give her a second chance.
Sean, don't ignore this, please read it. It's been a really long time and you still haven't forgiven me. One person and one mistake shouldn't separate us forever. I want you to put it aside and be my friend again and more.
However, the chef from Oklahoma City remained defiant:
You don't get to make those demands. I don't want you in my life- period.
As the conversation continues, the tension rises -- and so does the foul language. Soon enough, in an uppercase fueled rage, the ex writes:
WHERE ARE YOU, WE'RE TALKING THIS OUT. THEIR [sic] IS NO REASON WHY WE CAN'T GET BACK TOGETHER
The grammatical error in the woman's message gives Sean all the ammunition he needed. The chef brilliantly shuts down the emotional woman with a simple, "There*."
Needless to say, the woman did not take well to the grammar lesson. You can read the entirety of the foul-mouthed text conversation here.
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