Gay Atlanta’s 8 worst breakups of 2012

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When your relationship hits the skids, here’s a few rules we learned this year about how to make the break up go more smoothly: Change the locks, secure the guns, hide the puppy and never, ever go back after the ex stabs you.

8. Gay exes in Midtown bitch slap each other to jail

A lesbian couple in Midtown learned this lesson the hard way. When your relationship hits the skids, never ever leave the house keys behind. If you do, it’s never ever worth a visit with the ex to pick them up. Read.

7. Why you don’t let the ex back inside the house

When the ex shows up to retrieve their stuff, ask yourself this question: Should I let my former partner back into the house? The safe guess is no and definitely not the bathroom. Just ask this gay couple in southwest Atlanta. Read.

6. Do not date this bitter gay Atlanta bitch

If ever there’s a Do Not Date list circulating in gay Atlanta, this guy’s got to be at the top. He’s called the cops on his former man, threatened to beat his ass, got him fired and accused his father of dealing drugs. Read.

5. Never, ever put the ex’s puppy in a hot oven

When relationships end, the breakups sometimes go badly. Clothes get bleached, email accounts get hacked, wallets get stolen and the cops get called. But never, ever, ever hurt the ex’s dog. Got that, Gary Moore Jr.? Read.

4. Shot fired as WNBA lesbians spat in Atlanta

Think your breakup went badly? Nah, how about this: Celebrated lesbian basketball player Chamique Holdsclaw allegedly poured gas into her ex’s car after a brief face-to-face at an Atlanta church, stalked her, smashed the windows and then fired a single shot into the SUV in an attempt to ignite the gas. Read.

3. Atlanta gay breakup musts: shotgun, flip-flops

When your relationship goes sour, you’ve got lots of options for an amicable end. But as a northwest Atlanta gay couple learned, a shotgun and some flip-clops should not be breakup essentials. Read.

2. Atlanta couple’s breakup: wet, naked, nasty

If there’s one rule to live by when it comes to break ups, it’s this: Change the locks. Or risk tempting fate and ending up in a wet and naked squabble with your ex like this gay couple in Buckhead. Read.

1. Man stabs boyfriend who still wants to reconcile

Stab me once, shame on you. Stab me twice, shame on me. That’s the motto of a gay couple in southwest Atlanta who can’t quite quit one another even after a stabbing, trip to jail, calls to the police and an ambulance trip to Grady. Read.


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