dumpee

dumpee

(dʌmˈpiː)
n
a person who is rejected
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And that was it, we chatted as if we'd known each other for years, and as luck would have it, he too was a recent dumpee.
If it's done by text, yes, the dumper will probably presume the dumpee wasn't thrilled, but they'll have no detail of it, no visual image, none of the satisfaction that comes with being the "er" rather than the "ee".
These include the vengeful dumpee who inflicted PS20,000 worth of damage on her cheating ex's new love nest, a Wiltshire aristocrat who went on a high-class revenge spree to get back at her cheating husband, and a jilted fiance who raffled off his honeymoon to the public in a bid to spite his once wife-to-be.
How to deal: Watching him gush about his new GF is hard--whether you're the dumper or the dumpee.
How about this quote from dumper Etihad's CEO James Hogan about dumpee Qantas: "We are actually quadrupling results we had with Qantas.
The second series of Moving Wallpaper (ITV1) was a joy, as were Channel 4 offerings Plus One, featuring Daniel Mays as a hapless dumpee, and Free Agents, which starred Sharon Horgan and Stephen Mangan as on-off lovers.
And unlike a romantic relationship, there is no standard code of ethics that obliges the dumper to be kind or even civil to the dumpee, to offer polite parting words, an apology, or an explanation.
Or, if you are the dumpee, do you change your status from "John Smith is contemplating his navel" to "John Smith is quite heartbroken actually and thinks Jane Bloggs is a (word that can't be printed in a family newspaper)"?
Martha Swan, the dumpee, must take up the matter with him, not Piper.
It's the dumper, the dumpee, whoever it happens to, the walking out, that's the universal part, and falling in love,'' Benjamin said.
There are some hints I can pass on: Stop feeling like a dumpee.