Lubor has split up with his boyfriend and the split up certainly wasn’t the smoothest in the recorded history of
gay human dating but it at least didn’t end as messy as Henry’s VIII usual split ups. But that’s about where the good news end.
Apart from all the emotional mess a nasty split up after an intense relationship creates Lubor feels that he can’t even go anywhere without being reminded of his ex-boyfriend. I’m not even talking about being reminded about romantic places, I’m more talking about the practical side of life.
A couple of days ago Lubor went into his usual supermarket for his grocery shopping and the cash-desk assistant remarked in a very sympathetic & heartfelt voice that she noticed that he has been on his own for the past week.
I’m glad to learn that this supermarket values its gay customers as much as its straight customers but it isn’t a good idea in either case to remind people of their past romantic partners. – On the other hand maybe the supermarket just had an expensive new wine in which is recommended to provide short-term relief in case of break-ups.