When manfriend dumped me for no good reason (as we will now refer to this incident) I instantly deleted him from my friends list on Facebook. You know, as a little FUCK YOU, buddy!
He retaliated by deleting all of my friends and family. All but three.
Next I changed my relationship status to "single". This is all very important business in the facebook world. People take notice, there is a buzz in your circle of friends when things change.
We both blocked the ridiculously ugly skank he was hanging out with. (still shocked about that one!)
When manfriend and me got back together, I changed my status to "its complicated".
I friended manfriend again, and asked him to delete anything I didn't want to see.
About a week ago, I changed it to "in a relationship".
Yesterday I checked manfriends profile. It still listed his old job (from May) and he was single.
I sent him a msg.."you still have your old job listed, and also btw, your still listed as single"
Today I checked his profile. His job was changed. His relationship status...was not.
So, naturally, I changed my status back to single.
Then, I sent him a text..."ummm considering the circumstances (meaning dumping me for no good reason) the fact that you changed your job and not your relationship really bothers me, and seems intentional."
He responded that since we are both single now, did I want to go out for italian tonight? (manfriend thinks he is funny) and that it wasn't intentional.
Manfriend changed his status to in a relationship.
I changed mine back to in a relationship.
Q: Now...the question is... who initates the "with so and so" portion of the "in a relationship?" and why does it matter so much?
A: I think him since he dumped me for no good reason...and it just does.