Missing that face
"We went on one almost-date to Burger King, and during our meal she asked if she could borrow my student ID cards. Several years later, she ran into my girlfriend and showed her the old beat-up student cards. My girlfriend unsuccessfully tried to get them back for me." -- Chris
"My ex would only keep the worst photos of someone when he broke up with them. He somehow believed that by only looking at the ugliest photos of an ex-girlfriend it would make him feel better about the relationship being over. I'm sure there are some stellar pics of me in that album nowadays." -- Becky
"He was cheating on me, and denying it. So I saved every random earring, necklace, bracelet, and hairclip I kept finding under his bed, on the dresser, or beneath the pillows. When I confronted him with the pile of evidence, he lied again and said they must have come out of his daughters' clothes in the laundry and gotten stuck in his sheets. I dumped him. But I never got rid of the jewelry." -- Lindsay
The best-laid plans...
"I bought a bottle of wine 18 years ago, and told myself I would drink it with my true love when I found her, then pour some on both [of us] as a ceremony. I still have it. It was bottled in the mid-'90s, it's past its prime, but so am I." -- Joe
"In high school, a friend of mine worked a part-time job for a local church. When he was bored he'd create gag documents for his friends. Once, he made a phony marriage certificate for me and my high school sweetheart, along with a bogus certificate of baptism for a fictitious child. I kept both documents for about a decade after we broke up." -- Sonia