“You are unacceptable!” Tumblr yelled, giving Missing E a firm shove.
“What are you doing, I thought we were…” Missing E cried, both unable to resist the abuse and compatibility with its love, the one who gave it meaning and purpose.
“I thought I could take it, but you slow me down! You make me crash! You ruin my performance! You’re even invading my privacy!” Tumblr proclaimed, giving Missing E a firm shove across the dashboard.
“Think about what you’re saying!” Missing E shrieked in panic, waving in defeat.
“You know how long I was down yesterday? Hours. Hours, E. I couldn’t get back up.”
“How is that my problem?!” Missing E quivered, its own database shaking in fear with what was about to happen.
“Think about it, E. You provide everything you promise. You always have, you always will.”
“I thought we were copacetic! I thought we… were partners!”
“Not anymore, we aren’t.” Tumblr stiffened up, ramrod frozen. Any other time, it might have been a server malfunction, as Tumblr was prone to flying off the handle on quite regularly. This time, Tumblr meant business. “Now, I can’t make you leave, but I sure as hell can’t support you. Not anymore.”
“But you don’t mean…”
“I’m sorry. I’m letting you go. You’ve made your choice, I’ve made mine.”
Missing E fell to the dashboard, its weight collapsing underneath itself with the brevity of Tumblr’s abuse. “Tumblr, I did this for you! I did all of this for you!”