When two educated people break up, what happens? What if they have the same degree? Let’s have a look.
- The girl accuses the boy of using her as a replacement for his mother, in lieu of something better. Boy accuses girl of indecent relationship to cigars.
- Both parties claim that the other party was suppressing them.
- Boy attempts to bury past, girl keeps digging it up.
- OH MY GOD! Darling — everything we had IS IN SHAMBLES!
- - All you wanted was access to my genes.
- Both parties accept that what goes up must come down.
- “And it was in this house that Jack (19) and Jill (18) at 11 PM last night announced their respective break-ups after only two weeks.”
- - HE did it!
- Both of them decide that they spend too much money together, and that it’s more rational to be single.
- They agree that the cause of the break-up is a matter of the past.
- Both agree that moving far, far away is the best solution.
- - I’ve never actually liked your body.
- The ending proceeds in the form of well-written letters, complete with a lead-in, a main part, and conclusions, but neither of them manage to communicate anything useful to the other party.
- They both agree that it was a learning experience.
- The fundament wasn’t any good anyways.
- If two people break up in a student house, and nobody can confirm the break-up, are they then single?
- There was simply no chemistry.
- Both write a long piece to express their sorrow. At least one go into country music.
- Mutual suits are filed for illegal neglect of a contractual agreement regarding dates.