When I first ended our relationship, I knew my reasons well. Despite your many promises, you were never able to fulfill my needs. And it seemed each time we’d see each other, your complete disregard for my feelings grew. Whether you were willing to admit it or not, you knew you weren’t providing what you knew I expected.
Recently when I passed you on the street, I was filled with hope. I’ve seen changes in you that gave me reason to think you’d be different. That you’d make me happy as you once did and that you would keep me satisfied as you did in the early days of our relationship.
When I went to see you today I realized how superficial those changes have been, and I was reminded of why I stopped seeing you in the first place. You didn’t listen to me, you clearly didn’t care about what I wanted, and I felt as though all you were really interested in is my money. I am so disappointed in the way you wasted my time and left me with a sick feeling in the pit of my stomach.
Thank you for reminding me today of why I ended our relationship 2 years ago. I don’t think I’ll ever have hope for us again. We’ll always have the good memories of our time together in high school, but nothing more. Goodbye forever, Taco Bell.