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The Story About Maggie And the Abusive Boyfriend and You'll be Emailed The
Mysterious Ending to the Story-
Summary of the eRumor:
is the account of a young girl named Maggie who wanted a
boyfriend. A young man named Justin got interested in her, but
came on too strongly too fast and Maggie tried putting on the
brakes. He became angry and threatened her. The email
tells you the story to that point then says that if you want to know
what really happened between Maggie and Justin, you need to forward
the email to others. The more people you forward it to, the more
of the story you'll receive.
The Truth: This
is a hoax. There is no procedure being used on the internet that
would track forwarded emails in this way and send you portions of the
ending of the story as is described.
A real example of the eRumor as it has
appeared on the Internet:
All Maggie wanted was a boyfriend. Such a sad story really! She should have known better. She should have realized that Justin was taking advantage of her.
He seemed so sweet at first. He flirted and was so nice. And then he asked her to the prom. She was unsure because she didn't know him that well. Her friends urged her to go though.
They had a good enough time so that Maggie thought he was a great guy, and really started to like him. One day after track practice he pecked her lightly on the cheek. She could feel the chemistry. He asked her out the next day. Although she felt something saying no, she said yes.
She told her friends and they squealed and told Maggie what a cute couple they were. Their first date they went to an Italian restaurant. Justin had found out that it was Maggie's favorite. He brought her a red rose with a note attached that said,
"DEAR MAGGIE~ I HOPE WE WILL ALWAYS BE TOGETHER."
It was so sweet, said her friends. They totally approved of Justin, but Maggie still felt uneasy. A few days later at school, Justin handed Maggie a small box. Maggie felt apprehensive as she opened it. It contained a silver and gold bracelet. It was beautiful. Maggie hardly knew what to say. She let Justin kiss her, and she thanked him endlessly, but secretly she wondered why he was getting so serious so soon.
The next day at school her friend Zack approached her and whispered to Maggie how much the jewelry had cost. The price was $170.00! Maggie gasped and stared at Zack. Justin and she had only had 1 date. It scared her to think of where Justin had gotten the money for it. Because his dad had left him at an early age, Justin and his mother were always tight on money, since it was just the two of them. She asked Justin what was going on, did he have a special reason for the gift? And he said no, but that he loved her so much.
Once again her friends told her that he seemed like the sweetest guy on earth. Not to Maggie.
The next week Justin came to Maggie's work, a local ice cream parlor. As her shift ended he presented her with a large bag decorated with floral patterns. Maggie made a desperate face at her employee friends and then asked Justin suspiciously what the occasion was. He replied that he simply loved her more than life. Maggie cautiously opened the bag. Inside was a big heart pillow with a zipper that Justin told Maggie to open. She did, and found two tickets to the big concert of 98 degrees. She quickly hugged him and told him that it was great, but she didn't need all these presents.
He simply said, "Yes you do. love you more than life, and if we ever broke up, I'd kill myself and I'm not kidding. I want to marry you Maggie. I'm not proposing yet, but I will." And then he turned and drove away without another word. Maggie gasped and immediately started sobbing. She was only sixteen! She didn't want to think about marriage! She realized that Justin was just getting way too serious for her taste. She needed a fun and carefree boyfriend. Not someone who seemed so dependent.
For the next week she avoided Justin. The concert was only two days away, and she would feel terrible if she broke up with him before it, after he spent so much money, but afterwards she was definitely dumping him. This relationship was over as far as she was concerned.
At the concert Maggie put on a smile and let Justin put his arm around her but when he tried to kiss her long and passionately she made excuses that seemed very obvious, but Justin didn't see that. He only saw HER. He loved her deeply and everyone knew it.
Only Maggie's best friend knew that Maggie would soon put an end to Justin's affection.
The day after the concert Maggie asked Justin to go on a walk with her. Once again he was trying to be very romantic with her, but she sat him down on a bench and said, "Justin, this isn't working out. You are moving way too fast and serious for me. I'm sorry. This is...I guess this is good-bye. Justin stared helplessly at her, and for a moment she regretted her decision. A very brief moment...because then... Justin's eyes suddenly turned very fiery and hateful and he sat up very straight. He stiffly got up from the bench and then he roared at Maggie the most hurtful words ever spoken to her. She sat silently all though his verbal abuse. He cursed her and looked as though he would slap her.
Then he cried and said she was all he ever wanted. And then his sadness was all over and he turned silent again just like her. His eyes were stone cold. He put his face up to hers and said, "You're going to regret this for the rest of your life." His voice was steady with anger and on impulse, he grabbed her face in his hands and said "I loved you truer than anyone else ever will, Maggie. You just watch. I'll get you for this. You broke my heart and I won't ever forget it." And then he hit her. He slapped her so hard on the face that she felt numb. She went home and saw the red handprint on her face. She didn't care. He was gone once and for all. That's what she thought.
The next day at school Maggie opened her locker and saw a note pinned to the door. What? she thought. I don't ever give my combos out! Who could have...? She picked up the note and red it. "Dear Maggie, I was not lying when I told you that you would regret your decision. If I were you, I'd be very careful from now on. You broke my heart. And I won't forget it. You will pay for my pain."
Want to find out what happens to Maggie? If you send this to~~1-6 people~ 1 paragraph will be sent to you 6~11 people~ 1/2 the story will be sent to you 11~20 people~ The whole story! And, don't ask me how, this story continued will get sent to you! It worked for me, and I don't know how...come
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