People share the last texts they got from their exes and it's brutal #RIP.

There are few things that can mess with your head like the ending of a relationship. Whether you were the dumper or dumpee, you can't help but feel bad. As tough as it is to deal with, closure can help make you feel less like crap in these situations.

But what if you never get closure? Or what if your closure came in the form of a horribly impersonal final text?

This Tumblr, The Last Message Received, collects last texts people sent their loved ones, and they're pretty damn harsh.

1. The final meeting that never happened.

We dated for a year, I was totally in love with him but he was emotionally and mentally unstable and abusive, and I was too as retaliation. This is the last conversation we had over text. I found his shirt and wanted to give it back to him so I asked him to come get it so I could apologize and return it, except my best friend knew it would be horrible for me to do that so she took it before he could come. He showed up and I asked him to be friends, but he said no- probably because he knew I was still in love with him and he was dating the girl he cheated on me with.

2.  The meaningless words.

Last year he told me that he wanted to be with me and that he loved me. Less than a month later he found a new girlfriend and he’s ignored me ever since.

3. The too-drunk-to-talk-about-this-now.

He and I have a long history. The last time we talked, we were both drunk and he said he was still in love with me. But I don’t love him anymore. I told him I’d talk to him when we were sober. I haven’t spoken to him since.

4. Ripping the band-aid.

I invited him to come watch my play every day for a month and he always said he was gonna come because that’s what friends do, but then he didn’t show up. I asked him why and this is what I got.

5. The disappearing act.

He never replied and I have no idea why.

6. The absolute piece of sh*t.

7. The best friend sleeper-wither.

8. No.

9. The something happened.

10. The guy who went to poetrygenerator.com

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