The fact that this day would eventually come was inevitable. You and I live and associate within very different circles of life. Therefore, this relationship was set up for failure at the start. Why might you ask? Jane, we are of different social classes; which means that we are two very opposite people in how we behave, speak and present ourselves; and in many other ways, which you could imagine.
My family finds you to be very strange. They did not expect me, all of the sudden, to dive into a relationship with someone that had no money, decent education, or the least bit of aristocracy. They expected far better of me than that. They were appalled that you come to dinner in casual everyday clothing when everyone else is in white tie and tails. They notice that when you speak, your grammar is incorrect and your topics revolting. They believe that your manners and civility are not up to par, as should be for anyone of prestige. This ensures them that you are not right for this family. You do not fit in.
Another issue that is personal to me is your friends. I simply cannot stand them. My friends and I go out to somewhere like The Carolina Yacht Club and eat, drink and be merry. But, all the while, we are very gentlemanly and sophisticated in behavior. However, you and your obnoxious friends go out to the local chain restaurant and get falling over drunk. They proceed to cause lots of commotion and be extremely loud in a public facility. This is absolutely unacceptable behavior for anyone of decency. I simply do not understand why someone of potential, such as yourself, would immerse into the midst of the crumbs of society, but you do.
Even though our relationship was never to work at the start, you never put forth the effort to try and make it work. You never wanted to spend any time with me. You hated the places that we went together and would rather go out with your rowdy friends. You also never thanked me for the numerous expensive gifts...