The twist: Needs to be in form of a dialogue.
I walked into his living room like I normally do. I never knock, but today, I should have knocked. I had a gut wrenching feeling that I would not like what I saw inside.
When I walked in I saw him sitting there with his ex. He was holding his head in the palms of his hands and his ex was sitting on the smaller couch crying. .
I glanced at them and said to him, “Sorry, I didn’t realize you had company.”
He looked up with a shocked expression and replied, “Yes, it was unexpected company.”
What an awkward situation to be in, your ex-wife crying on the couch and your girlfriend standing in the doorway. At that point, I wished I could be a fly on the wall and listen to their conversation.
I take a couple of steps towards the door and turn around and say, “Give me a call later once your situation is resolved.”
Instead of him replying, she answered rudely, “Thanks for leaving!”
I could sense a few choices words forming in my mind upon her answer. It took everything in me to walk out of that room and not say another word.