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How would you prefer your fiancé to break it off?

Telling your fiancé you want to end things can’t be easy, but one man could’ve broken the news to his wife-to-be in a better way.

Tucker Blandford didn’t exactly tell his fiancéé he was leaving her - he pretended to be his father and told her he was dead. The charade didn’t last very long because his former bride-to-be called his parents and found out the truth. Blandford said he felt awful about the whole thing, but was too afraid to be honest.

If this unfortunate situation were to happen to you, would you rather your significant other come clean and break things off, or would you want them to make up an excuse?

If you would prefer your significant other to lie to you, hopefully they can come up with a better excuse than Tucker did.

 

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