Give her what she wants and make sure not to let your emotions get in the way, after that tell her straight up you won't be seeing her again and don't want to. It'll be hard to get over obviously but you'll overcome it, everyone eventually does. Besides, that craving for a BBC must be in her dreams, be a good citizen and give her it.
Date: March 20th, 2014
Other Person involved: No others, only me and OP.
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I'm not much of a cold person tbh, which causes more problems then one would think
doing what i can to say no, but she's trying to put me in a guilt trip..glad i broke up with her
Well being cold will make the situation worse for a while. This is coming from personal experience and scientific research. Humans tend to like sources of comfort that are "colder" to them.
My advice, again coming from personal experience, is to gradually become more distant from her. Then be honest with her. Honesty is key. Tell her. Tell her that you still have feelings for her but you just can't do it anymore. Don't think about it, make a script, or none of that shit. Just speak your mind. Then to top it all off, find another girl asap.
"“Religions are, by definition, metaphors, after all: God is a dream, a hope, a woman, an ironist, a father, a city, a house of many rooms, a watchmaker who left his prize chronometer in the desert, someone who loves you—even, perhaps, against all evidence, a celestial being whose only interest is to make sure your football team, army, business, or marriage thrives, prospers, and triumphs over all opposition. Religions are places to stand and look and act, vantage points from which to view the world. So none of this is happening. Such things could not occur. Never a word of it is literally true.” .” I was Martin Johnson