When a woman catches her cheating boyfriend after he leaves his Facebook messages up, she doesn't "break or damage anything."
Instead she scatters his belongings in full circle to his cheating partner, leaving items such as his laptop unarmed in various locations.
The now-ex-girlfriend details her discovery of messages from a woman named "Kelsi", and a scavenger hunt for his belongings because she knows he, “likes looking for things (like other girls),” in the now-viral breakup letter.
The sarcastic letter has been viewed more than one million times on Imgur, and it details a series of clues to the location of his belongings.
“Your clothes are where we first met,” reads the first clue.
“Your laptop is where we bought our first video game together,” reads another.
“Everything else, including pictures of the last 2 years of our lives, is at Kelsi’s house.”
Although the letter has received over 600 comments on Imgur, all members of the love triangle remain anonymous.
However, the letter ends on an upbeat note: “Have fun! Oh, and while I didn’t break or damage anything, I can’t guarantee anybody else won’t find it! Happy hunting!”
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