Just when I thought I'd heard it all, a new one comes my way. There is actually a relationship breakup service for those who don't have the kahoonas to do it themselves. It's called I Dump 4 U and for $10, this online service will make the phone call to break up with your girlfriend/boyfriend for you. For $25, you can have someone break your engagement with a phone call, and for a mere $50 you can arrange a call to your spouse announcing that you want a divorce! Below is a recording of one of their service calls. (If you enjoy this one, there are many more on their website?)
If their fees are just a little rich for your wallet YouBrokeUpHow will do the same for $10, $20, and $40. This disclaimer appears on the website:
Humans are emotional beings, with that in mind we are unable to predict how someone will re-act to any given situation. When breaking up with someone it can be a very trying time in someone's life. You agree that YOUBROKEUPHOW.com, its owners and all affiliated with the 'SITE' are not responsible for any damage or harm that may come to you and your property when dumping a person using our service. If you feel afraid or threatened to due any form of 'ABUSE' you should contact the proper authorities. By submitting this form you allow YOUBROKEUPHOW.com to send an email on your behalf.
Another company, MooseJaw Breakup Service will even post the call on UTube, so you can savor the moment, I guess. Make sure your volume is at the maximum when you play the video, as it is a little difficult to hear.
And then there's AU REVOIR. this company will handle break ups, or any bad news. Got an STD and are shy about telling your partner? Au Revoir will do it. Married, but want to break up with your mistress? Au Revoir will do it. Children have something they are afraid to tell their parents? Au Revoir will do it. Breaking it off with your partner? Au Revoir will not only make that break up phone call, they will send a parting gift such as a fruit basket, a manicure/pedicure gift certificate, or a teddy bear!
Maybe you haven't reached that point in your relationship; maybe you don't have a relationship. You're at a bar and some guyor gal hits on you and asks for your phone number. If you don't want them to call you, but don't have the heart to say so, there now is a Rejection Hotline which provides phone numbers in each state which you can give to the guy or gal. When he or she calls, he/she gets a recorded message letting them know they have been rejected, possible reasons why, and a suggestion that they get over it! (It's worth going to that site and getting the hotline number for your state and calling...the message is humorous!)
I suppose in this age of online dating services, it was inevitable that these types of service would spring up. After all, nothing says you care like a call from a stranger saying, "It's over. "
It seems Paul, there are now 51 ways to leave your lover!
I'm now kicking myself that I didn't think of it first. Apparently there is money to be made! Entrepreneurship is alive and well in the USA!