Guy Destroys Ex-GF's Vibrator Because She 'Loved It More Than Him'

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Seems a little bit overkill, but...

You might have a lot of sex toys, but no matter how many pulsators, rabbits, eggs, and dildos you have, you probably have one vibrator that you like best of all. A really good vibrator, one that gets you off every time, multiple times is something to be treasured.

Not every vibrator is the one — sure, they can probably help you climax, but the right vibrator is magic and when you find the one that fits you and your needs like a glove, you hang on to it. A good vibrator is like a great pair of jeans: it never lets you down and is always just what you need.

You can share it with a partner or keep it to yourself. It doesn't matter, because it's yours. In fact, we should take vibrators very seriously, because when one dies or is broken, it's like losing a trusted friend.

According to an article on Elite Daily, Rich Moore, 33, was so jealous that he destroyed his ex-girlfriend's vibrator (and expensive sunglasses) in a fit of rage. 


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I could just cry. What an assh*le.

The story goes like this: Moore and his girlfriend Sarah Mills, 34, had been together for seven years, have a two-year-old daughter, and had lived in Canada before moving back to London in 2014. Their relationship ended a month before and Moore had gone to the house he had shared with Mills (while she was away) to pick up some of his belongings. Instead of getting his stuff and leaving like an adult, Moore had to act out like a baby.

"I was fed up," Moore told The Sun. "She moved another fella in pretty much straight away after I paid for her to go on holiday..."

Moore was furious with Mills for moving forward with her life. As he was packing up, he saw her expensive (approximately $245) sunglasses and broke them. But that didn't satisfy him, so when he noticed the vibrator that he had purchased for her during the good times of their relationship, he lost it and turned all his anger and rage on the vibrator.

"I found the dildo and I just ripped [how do you rip a sex toy?] it up. It was one of those bullet ones. She loved the dildo more than me, that's why I got the hump with it. I bought it."

If you give someone a vibrator as a gift, it's theirs! You don't get to take it back when the relationship is over.


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Mills filled a complaint with the authorities and Moore was charged with criminal damage... grievous bodily harm to a dildo? He admitted to damaging the vibrator and sunglasses, but disputes the cost of the sunglasses. He was released on conditional bail. 

"It's all so petty and a waste of taxpayers' money. It's ridiculous if you think about it. I told the police I had broken the dildo and offered to pay for it to save us all going to court but they weren't having it."

Never try to come between a woman and her vibrator or things can get really nasty.

 

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