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Woman Sends Every Guy She Dates An Exit Survey After They Break Up—And It's Genius 😂

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Every woman reacts to a break up differently.


A Twitter user named Abby decided to share her friend Katie's exit survey. What exit survey? The one Katie gives out after ending her relationships!

Abby captioned the tweet:

There's this girl i know who sends an exit survey to every guy she casually AND seriously dates.

Some of the questions on the exit survey include:

What is wrong with Katie?

And:

What is wrong with you?



Twitter @Abbygov


Twitter @Abbygov

Abby gave her friend Katie a shout out and credit.


Twitter is behind the survey 100%.







There is someone for everyone.

Katie inspired other people to give out their own exit surveys.







It's not the worst idea to keep people honest.

Indy00, Inquirer

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