love liquidation

relationships are peculiar things. it is a microcosm of two in an overall bigger picture that unfortunately has huge repercussions, especially when the relationship goes south. breaking up not only takes two hearts into the void but along with it, creates a whole slew of new problems as well.

so over beer one night, conversations with me and my mates slowly changed from girls, politics and football to our relationships and break ups. it seems year ends are always a ‘good’ time for shit like that to happen. it happened to me and to a few of my mates, not to mention even two married fellas. one even already has a kid. bummer.

naturally we talked about splitting the money and shared belongings. how the fuck are you going to split that apartment fairly? that car? heck, that baby even? well cars and apartments can be liquidated i guess, but a kid?

and it seems love liquidation can be some scary business as well. a girl friend interjected that when she broke up, her ex demanded for money back for all the things he bought her. he even called her every-bloody-night to ‘gently remind’ her. until the point where some of her guys friends helped her to ‘persuade’ the offending bastard to back off for good. insane.

so love is only as good as the relationship stands, it seems, to many people.

for me, i dare say my love for them goes well beyond a relationship. i given and had left so many things to my exes because i can’t bear to take the things back and be reminded of them. i rather they take and use it anyways. what would i do with piles of La Senza and VS anyways. cross dress? fuck no *laughs* but yeah, sometimes i do think back and automatically calculate in my head the amount i spend on them and i can’t help but go ‘no way, it’s that much’? hey, i am chinese after all, i have numbers and figures running through my head all day. haha.

so, love liquidation. nasty business. definitely.

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