Just tell singer dude that you are truly indebted to him for being such a rotten asshole of a boyfriend. Explain to him how his ex is so happy to have a real man that she goes the extra mile to keep you happy in every way. Buy him a drink then and tell him how happy she was when she discovered that sex could be good. Tell him you're sorry for laughing at jokes about his tiny pecker that everyone tells all of the time. Then tell him some.
Noun: A thin rubber sheath worn on a man's penis during sexual intercourse as a contraceptive and/or as protection against infection.
Seriously though, a past is exactly what the name implies. Everyone has one but whether they share it or not doesn't make it not so. To go after battlefields girlfriend without any real knowledge of her at all is weak. You can't control a jealous ex and even the saints have them.
Edit: Unless she has a flavour for the martial arts, and you're the "Chun" boyfriend, in which case, you're fucked in more ways than one.
Are you saying I can't chain punch a large group of attackers like Donnie Yen? Your edit made me LOL, thanks!.
People assume that im not willing to stoop to namecalling and bitchery.
Those pricks are wrong and I've heard their mothers have sex for crack.
In regards to the past, devil, it was one of the reasons her ex left. She had too much of a "past", he couldn't handle it. When she admitted her past to me, I lol'd because it wasn't something that affected me. I know it would affect some people, but I live in the real world where people have already been married, have children, go divorced, have to do **** they are not particularly proud of and still enjoy their single life. Then again, I am an ex- violent drug dealing junkie alcoholic, it's not like my morals were going to win me an Order of Australia. Judge not lest ye be judged.
She is not under the spotlight here, she asked me to do something that I would have done already because dude was being a douche. Simple.
Really, none of it matters. Should I see him at any gigs I am probably more prepared for violent confrontation than he is and the gift of fear is that it often disguises itself as hyper-vigilance.