Warning: This Toxic Guy Will Waste Your Life

It really hurts me to say this, because I know that there are so many wonderful men in the world. But there’s one type of guy that is so common – so toxic and frustrating – that just about every woman has had to deal with at least once in her life: the “MPI” Guy.

There’s about a 99% chance you already know an “MPI” Guy.

See if you recognize him in this video…

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  1. Nia says:

    Last year i met this awesome guy. He’s younger to me by 6 years. But he was / is so charming and had all the qualities that i wanted in a man. But after some months, his behaviour was cold / hot as per his convenience. I don’t know, he wants to meet and message when he wants to. Sometimes he won’t meet or even message for 3 weeks. And then he expects me to be good and a booty call. I guess he may have a girlfriend or he loves someone else.
    I’ve confessed my love to him but he didn’t say anything. I rarely like a man and this time I’ve fallen in a ditch. I know he doesn’t like me but i still can’t get over him i love him so much. Please advise.

  2. Luna says:

    I met this guy on tinder when we met my idea was to satisfy a need. However, during our date, my plans changed. We slept together, and we spent the next three weeks spending as much possible time together, he introduced me to his family and closest friends. He lives in a different part of the state. After he returned home, I traveled 864 miles to visit him, and we continued to have a fantastic week. I returned home, and we told each other how much we missed each other from the start. However, I put myself out there and explained what I wanted and that I was willing to make our situation work. He never answered that text and a week later replied with “Hey what’s up?” as a girl that was really into him. We picked up where we left off. Now, I think he might be an MPI guy, and I am not the kind of girl that wants to waste her time. However, a part of me wants him to commit, as I feel like I not only found a guy that could be a partner but someone that I can enjoy the beauty of silence with. Any advice be appreciated?

  3. fairydust says:

    how do you cut him out when he is your childs father

  4. Ekaterina says:

    Hillarious!! so true, indeed!

  5. www.carizmaa.com says:

    OMG – That is hilarious. I love how he gives tickets to everyone he sees. So lame. Ditch this guy now! Hahaha, Mat you are so adorable and funny. Thanks for making my afternoon. :-)

  6. Anita says:

    Hahaha your bare legs! Greatness!

    Seriously, the drunk guy- gag- there are not many things less attractive. I have zero problem telling those guys “buh-bye”.

    I watch this video purely for its high entertainment value. Lol. Nicely done sir.

  7. movies netflix says:

    Having read this I thought it was extremely enlightening.

    I appreciate you spending some time and energy to put this information together.
    I once again find myself personally spending a lot of time both
    reading and posting comments. But so what, it was still worthwhile!

  8. Jillian says:

    LOL!! OMG-so true! You nailed it…is that because of practice?

  9. Noelie C. says:

    Oh my gosh, this video is totally hilarious!
    I think men who have this type of behaviour tend to be insecure too.

  10. Dee says:

    I don’t ever get this guy. I always get the needy ones or the ones who want to psychoanalyze me and point out my flaws. Good thing I’ve been reading, watching and listening to you for a couple of years. I don’t waste my time anymore.

  11. Diane says:

    That was well worth watching. I have known many people like this, not just men. Where’re my scissors? A good reminder to cut out toxic people.

  12. Savvy Sally says:

    So funny!

  13. Moni says:

    Hi there, re the toxic guy, I agree with you completely. But only after 6 months of potential that neatly hooked my heart did I receive the confirmation I needed of his minimal intentions.

    Here is the problem. My heart has been engaged — a rare occurrence — so it no longer responds to rational thought. I understand what’s going on and I know my worth. I want to heal from this painful experience and let go. I would LOVE to meet a man who is worthy of my care and attention. However, my personal experience is clear that I can’t change how I feel about someone through my intellect alone. This is not an intellectual exercise! My heart engaged is far, far more powerful than my mind, I’ve concluded (with shock, and deep apprehension).

    So here is the second problem. I know from past experience that the only way I let go of people I care about is by severing them from my life. I can’t permit myself to see them for at least two to three years, sometimes longer. The trouble in this situation is this man is fully in my world. I can’t cut him off because then I’d have to give up, for example, my dance lessons, my social life … which I refuse to do. I have attempted to minimize contact as much as reasonably possible, but I still see him far too often for my liking.

    If I could easily find new friends, a new social calendar, a new passion, new dance school, I probably would. But it took a long time, energy, and frankly dumb luck to create the new life I have over the past two years, which is very much centered around dance. Moreover, as I’m struggling with some things in my life, I presently rely quite heavily on these activities and social connections to inject joy and hope into my experiences so that, in time, I can overcome my current struggles — including this crappy situation with the guy.

    So, what I’m trying to figure out is how do I learn to let go of a man who I can’t actually stop seeing? *I need you to trust that I’m doing my best to avoid him, but that it’s not possible to eliminate relatively frequent contact. This is the new situation that I have no experience in overcoming, and could really use help with — keeping in mind that my powerful emotional response to him swats away logic and reason like fruit flies. When I see him, it keeps the deluded part of my mind/heart alive that there is a WE, that there is something there to hang onto. It takes little effort on his part to wrap me up for another week. I spend that week fighting myself, fighting the delusion, and trying to ride out the waves of loss, pain, anger, hurt that get churned up again. But it’s a cycle, a trap, because once I see him again it seems to start all over.

    I also fully expect that at any time he will show up with a woman on his arm, and despite all the work I’m doing to intellectually let go, I feel entirely vulnerable to the immense heart pain that will cause me. I don’t want more pain, or more reason to be stuck in the past.

    I’m 42. Time is even more precious at my age, and as things appear to be going, I’m tied up with this fool and don’t see an end to it anytime soon. It’s now been seven months and counting!

    My other limitations are time. I support myself, no other source, and work is precarious. When I get a contract, I generally have to take it. I work 10hour days and often get less than 4 hours of sleep. Sometimes I have to work Saturdays as well. I push myself to go to dance class right after work, or attend dance events/see friends on weekends. They are core parts of my life in part because they help keep my life balanced (positivity, emotional/physical stimulation,etc). I couldn’t maintain emotional health if my life was solely about work. I’m on online dating sites but it’s been quiet there lately. I scan for interesting meetups online and occasionally something comes up, but not often enough. I’ve also noted that nothing I’ve encounterd so far comes close to offering the enormous emotional/physical/intellectual/social stimulation and dimensions that my dance life offers. I would love to meet new men who would match me well, and truly believe I would make the right man a great partner.

    But at the moment, I need to develop new skills to emotionally let go of a MPI man who I won’t be able to eliminate visual contact, and some interaction, with for the foreseeable future. Any suggestions would be deeply appreciated.

    • Pixie says:

      Hi, I was in same situation as you once, reiki healing helped me a lot, maybe it can help you too.
      I still have MPI guy on my Facebook, but instead of the heart racing for him like it used to, I just feel his toxic energy instead, which makes me ill.

  14. Mer says:

    Is it best to not respond when mpi guy rolls around, or call him out on his shenanigans?

  15. fina says:

    Wow! I can DEFINITELY relate to this. Have always had many ‘MPI’s around me. Been cutting them off the last couple of years…. they still try to creep back into my life :P

  16. Misti says:

    I appreciate the work you’ve put into your legs Matthew

  17. Mary Poppins says:

    Have been trying to get rid a MPI for over a year now they’re just too good.

  18. Kabira says:

    I have this question, how does the mpi guy reacts or feels when you move on and stop having feelings for him? His ego gets hurt or he doesn’t give a shit coz he have so many more options?

  19. vans says:

    This was incredibly funny Loool

  20. mlz says:

    well they always say to tell a story to make your point. thanks, i get it now.

  21. Dawne says:

    This was hilarious! And, unfortunately, so true. Well done, Mr Hussey. ;)

  22. Licia says:

    Oh my ! How true! Thank you Matthew you are awesome.My eyes have been truly opened

  23. CB says:

    Love when you let your creative self flow! Tnx for these videos…quite ilustrative!

  24. Christine V. says:

    Hilarious skit, and oh-so-true!! Why do some of us allow ourselves to get sucked into this cycle?? I swear MPI’s have a knack for keeping themselves relevant in our lives right before we’re about to say “I’ve had enough”. smh

  25. Lisa says:

    I didn’t really like the video. It trivalises this type of guy. Some of them aren’t as obnoxious as the guy in the movie but are dangerously seductive. What I am glad about is that you took the time to address this reoccurring issue. As always your thoughts are appreciated.

    Kind Regards

  26. Patchouli says:

    Matthew :) I want to apologize if by chance I sounded high and mighty. A no it all. You see I feel things about people and I just have to tell them. I am in no way a specialist/councilor. I am sure there are many things you could teach me in your field that I don’t know.I don’t
    Claim to know everything. Please accept my humble offering. I see you as a very sincere compassionate person. I was struck by how well you could change your voice and immediately saw actor/ Hollywood :) I would just hope you would not be swayed or blinded by the lights and bank account. Maybe I’m just too goody a two shoes and like the helpful compassionate Matt. You will do what is best in your eyes. I am glad you have a moderator to weed me out:) Many happy returns Matthew…I do wish you the best :)

  27. Huma says:

    Spot on Matthew. My MPI just showed up too, this video just makes things so much clearer. Thank u once again

  28. Mirjana Nezic says:

    Matthew, thank you! Love it! Love it! Love it! Great video!
    Mirjana Nezic

  29. Julie MacKenzie says:

    So funny! I love these videos! LOL! Keep them coming! Hugs! You Rock Matthew! Even in no pants! LMAO! ;)

  30. elizabeth says:

    Hollywood is calling ! I can’t stop laughing its so accurate. Emoji guy

  31. Brooke says:

    “I want to show you something …” Noooooo! Lmao this was funny, with the bland accent and emoticon, really nailed it lol ew how appropriate. Inappropriate? Well done.

  32. Teresa says:

    That’s absolutely true!!! they even can say ” I love you” and then don’t show off for weeks !!!
    But why do they have this behaviour?????

    • Pixie says:

      Sadly, look to the mother, and you’ll find the answer. I am a mum (so not dissing mums lol) but there is a type that ALWAYS excuses her son’s behaviour, and he grows up with a sense of entitlement, and no respect for women, because he has no respect for his mum.

  33. Selene says:

    Yes it iiis… I “had” a man like this… That used to “poke” me once in a while…
    The “well, duh…” and the “Can we talk in a decent time?” WORK on these bugs…

  34. Jules says:

    So Brilliant!
    So Truly Funny!!
    So Effective!!!

    Great work Hussey.
    Nice legs too. X

  35. sb@sylviaboulware.com says:

    MPI…so funny..and succinct. Pls give us more!



  36. Helena says:

    LOL I just done with the MPI one, he is really a sucker I’ve ever met. And You are really a genius for love, Matt. I love you words, single one. Everything you say is right!!!!

  37. laura trcka says:

    Love it! I’m liking this funnier side. Also, well done on the American accent! thanks for the laugh. I needed that.

  38. Laura says:

    Hysterical and omg v v clear.

  39. Bianca says:

    Hahaha great video!!! It’s so true! MPI’s are exactly like this one, they feed our hopes with the minimum they can give. I can’t stop laughing :D
    Bianca Weber


  40. Janis Lawler says:

    This is so sadly true. I was married to my MPI for over 30 years. Of course it didn’t start out like that but after not treating me with respect for years and me not standing up for myself he left me and I’ve gotten the once a week MPI contact now for 7 months. My life is in shatters, I can barely function and I only wish I had seen these videos 20 years ago. Now I’m alone and recently disabled so I can’t work. Listen to what this young man says, it will save you a lifetime of heartache

    • Pixie says:

      Oh no! Your story reminds me of my parents. Do you really need the ‘once a week’ MPI treatment? Is he actually worth it? I assume he doesn’t have a door key anymore? If he does, take it back from him, and here’s another thing when he comes over – don’t answer the door. When he calls/ texts – ignore.
      Yes he’s wasted 30 years of your life, but your life isn’t over yet, start rebuilding your life, watch youtube videos on confidence and self esteem.

  41. Lily says:

    Thanks Matt,

    That was funny but great made me laugh thank you

  42. Marcia says:

    Matt’s ‘Halloween Special’ Toxic Guy Wastes Your Life clip is his very best work-!!! Congratulations to all who collaborated. Absolutely magnificent.

  43. minute says:

    Definitely reminded me of a guy. Thanks for reminding our time and attention has a big value an theres no need to waste it. If good things arent happeninga , they wount appear from out of a blue.
    My mpi would say plenty exuces blaming everything else for dissapearing. Or get almost angry making sure how much he cares. And than dissapears again. Putting all efforts to make me feel special by nice words and make me feel amazing. But no real efforst. Than expect me to do the rest so it would work.

  44. Ruby says:

    I love this video of your MPI guy. You totally cheered me up! Nice put together.☺️

  45. Syd says:

    Simply brilliant

    love love love the acting, the lines, the script, the direction, the special effects and the costume at the end


  46. Nadine says:

    Haha, superb! This is so spot on man, and the emoji is the killer! That was the last thing my mpi sent me,I’m cracking up laughing!

  47. Nikki says:

    How ironic Matt, I’m dealing with an MPI right now, first time for me. It’s been a struggle and I thought I was on the right path. Blocked all communication with him. Decided recently after 2 months to unblocked his number (I don’t know why) and he texts “how are you doing? Is it really a good idea to not talk to me?” What kind of question is that? He’s the one said he didn’t have enough commitment, but couldnt do the breaking up. Convinced me he had so much potential…exactly what you said Matt.

  48. Patchouoli says:

    I guess you didn’t like my e-mail. My intentions were pure :) Have a good day :) No Arizona date?

  49. soli says:

    It was great Mat! It was just on time! Your video made me even more convinced that I should get rid of my MPI and I did it today! :) Thanks a lot Mat!

  50. LTH 13A says:

    That’s one of the most hilarioussly salient scenario I’ve ever seen! Well done, MH (AKA, MPI!)

  51. Jessica Sentman says:

    This. Is. Fucking, brilliant! And funny. A very productive and entertaining way to help women understand this type of character.

  52. CC Reilly says:

    I met a similar guy who was really interested. We were on the phone early on. It was right after the Brussels subway bombing near my old neighborhood there. 9/11 stuff started kicking in on top of that (I was in Manhattan for two weeks sleeping on the office floor doing Staging for 18-wheelers coming in from out of state with ground zero supplies). He rushed right over from his job and I said I just wanted to go to the park to chat. He wouldn’t leave and insisted on sex. Ultimately all he wanted was hook ups. So when he wanted to stop by before he went out of town, I took your sage advice, asserted my position and my value, and insisted we not go in my apartment but that we chat in his vehicle. I told him I don’t do hook-ups and I want to do things such as going to the zoo or a museum or a walk in the park. He didn’t really respond to that. Instead he asked me for something of mine to keep with him while he was apart from me. I hoped for the best and didn’t really have anything with me except a silver pinkie ring. He asked me to put it on him, but of course my size 4 didn’t fit, so he put it in his pocket with a big smile. He said he would be back from his trip the following Thursday and would stop by on the way back from the airport. That never happened. Not even a call or text. So after a day or so I texted him saying I wanted something of his to keep with me when HE isn’t around. He refused saying that I wanted a (perish the thought) relationship. I reminded him I do not do hook-ups. He wanted to bargain. For hook-ups. I said “You’re not listening.” He said “I’ll have to give your ring back.” We were back and forth a bit more while he continued to bargain. I stood my ground. We haven’t spoken since. That was several months ago. He still has not returned my ring. What is the most effective thing (aside from the obvious “I want you to return my ring NOW”) that I can communicate to him to get my ring back and break this connection once and for all? Thanks, CC

  53. Cassie says:

    So many guys in my life like this! Romantic interests AND friends. I am too nice and don’t know how to get rid of them.

  54. Shelley says:

    Yes this nailed it! Next Thank you!

  55. Danielle says:

    So what if my MPI is my daughter’s father? It’s a little hard to cut him out of my life completely.

  56. Emily says:

    Why are there soooo many of these guys in the world? (or is it just the PNW?)

  57. Cody says:

    You are a total crack up!!! Matt you are so incredibly talented and I really am thankful for all the information you put together for us gals! -Cody

  58. Karen says:

    Absolutely hilarious, I’ve known a few of these guys in the past,definitely learnt my lesson by now !Or would like to think I have ?still quite a few of these guys around though, so beware girls. Brilliantly put across though Mathew, real belly laugh thanks for making my day x

  59. Megan says:

    Ha! Who hasn’t had an MPI!? This was great Matt. It was a funny and playful take on something that happens all too often.

  60. marce says:

    LOL funny good job :) the girl’s eye roll was genuine

  61. tigress866 says:


    Nice legs, ya brit!!!!!!!

  62. Rossi says:

    Hahaha… HILARIOUS!!!

  63. Jenny says:

    I also had an MPI in my life for 16 years. Whenever I wasn’t “with” someone he would text me and stay in close contact for 2 weeks or so. We would see each other once or twice then he would disappear for 6 months. I thought I really loved him and because he had certain qualities and he treated me so “special” when I was with him I over looked everything else. (like calling me Angel)…. ouch.
    He doesn’t have to be this obvious to be an MPI. Thanks for the awesome video. Made me laugh! You nail it so often … I wish there had been someone like you years ago Matt. Thanks for all you do for nice women.

  64. Diana says:


    Fortunately I figured those out while back, but would’ve done me a world of good when I was in my teens and early 20’s , too…

  65. Marci says:

    Hilarious! And right on point! I hope more gals realize their self worth.

  66. Rose says:

    love it…the classic avoidant, who hasn’t grown up, and likely never will. I figured out I need to address my own issues so I can stop running after the unavailable man….even if he has nice legs ;).

  67. Kelly says:

    Love this. Great timing and great reminder. XO Matt. You are adorable and hilarious.

  68. Spardha says:

    Truly a nice video. I like and appreciate the way you put things – to make it easy for girls to identify n stop the absurdity we unknowingly allow n later repent for….

  69. Audra says:

    Great video and excellent use of emojis! I learned my lesson too late and wasted a lot of time on one particular MPI. Ladies, if you come across one, run (don’t walk) away as fast as you can! (He’s Scared, She’s Scared is also a good book on the subject.)

  70. Neena says:

    Wow ! U should do movies man ! U got the looks , the talent for saying the right words, and the art of delivering dialogues !
    U know how the game goes !-how to hit the right spots ! Yes – He falls off the planet every now and then – and I end up waiting , still waiting – cuz I suffer from weakness – low self esteem and love for this guy-

  71. Kerry says:

    That is brilliant

  72. Trina says:

    Ha ha ha That was Hysterical!!!

    The MPI Guy has more Moves than EX-LAX…

    Best Self Help Video THUS Far !!

    Brill ! Absolutely Brill !!

  73. Kat says:

    You are Brilliant! So funny so true. Yesterday I was at forever 21 and the oneD song perfect was playing, it made me laugh thinking of the video you made about it, you are a gem truth telling and in a funny memorable way , Thank you! :)

  74. angel says:

    that was too funny and thanks that made my morning, and I knew a guy like that he would just show up when he wants something and kept me hanging in. You did a great job making this video.

  75. Antje says:

    Hahaha! It’s so true! The MPI is a wonderful video. Thanks for making this up. And to every woman: Carpe diem and throw the MPI out oft your life.

  76. Amy says:

    That was hilarious! And yet, still a great message. Made my morning!

  77. Kiana says:

    This is hilarious and accurate. With the smirk emoji and all. Ewww not worth my time.

  78. Janice says:

    I would love to see the blooper for this one!!!
    How many times did it take you to “get” this one shot?
    Thanks for a great laugh (and the truth)!

  79. Melina says:

    I had been dealing with a guy like this for a year! Finally let go 2 months ago. Could’ve used this video back then! Ha! This just reinforces my decision. :-)

  80. Scarlett says:

    What about the men that you dated properly for months and then get into an off/on situation–where he runs hot for a few months then disappears for weeks. THE MPI guy is more clear-cut–these hot/cold men that you have legitimate feelings for–it’s hard to just be like..oh, never mind.

  81. Aimée says:


  82. Julie says:

    OMG. You’re a nut. This is PURE GOLD.

  83. Nic says:

    Absolutely brilliant Matthew! You are way too funny
    Yup I’ve experienced this guy. Thing is, he is strangely in’toxic’ating and very skilled in certain ways
    The withdrawals are bad and he infuriates me with his attitude so I end up getting upset with him and myself! Think he’s narcissistic now so that’s put me off but not totally if I’m honest.
    How do we untangle from this?

  84. Emilia says:

    This is too funny but oh so true! Once I dated a guy who owned his own successful business and appeared to be a grown up (tbh I didn’t want to date him but my friends thought I should give him a go). Charming and amazing first dates then dumped me – fine I wasn’t that bothered, but texting out of the blue and turning up at my door without any contact at 2am, on more than one occasion, was not on. Does insecurity breed toxic guys – my guess is probably and it happens long before we meet them.

  85. Priscella says:

    soo true… And it made my morning !!!! But I’ve been there and now I’m not … Thnx Matt

  86. Luisa says:

    Ha Ha! I recognise my ex in this video. He still wants me as a friend despite having a new on off girlfriend. I cut him off but he keeps popping up. I need to be stronger and keep my distance from him….thanks Matt for sharing!

  87. Zari says:

    I concur. The MPI is a POS! The MPIs that I’ve come in contact with suffer from a major case of low self esteem and OCD; thereby treatment of others in a minimal way fulfills their need to socialize but in a controlled way to avoid exposing the parts of their personality that’s fragile and under-developed, and by doing that it helps reinforce in them a false sense of self.

  88. Kitty London says:

    Omg laughed so hard!! I’ve got one of these who says ‘you know we’ll end up together eventually “!!!
    It used to be a LDR but that didn’t work. Now I see him only if he’s in my town, never make any effort to see him or visit him and certainly do not sleep with him. He can continue to be deluded. How can a guy think that he can say he doesn’t want to be with you for a few years / basically until the kids grow up i mean wtf!! Would love more stuff on this type of scenario.

    • Teresa says:

      Yes that would be great to have more about that , especially because how can we recognize in early stages ?? Matt tells us not to speed up, but at the same time stand on our values … so it’s almost difficult to handle with and find out

  89. karen says:

    I had an MPI ,,, but he is gone now, totally revolting.

    The vid was so funny, I had to watch it a couple of times

  90. Lily says:

    That was so funny! Can’t help laughing! It says in one minute what women struggle to understand their whole lifetime.

  91. Toni says:

    You got it All Wrong try
    Narcissist mental disorder

  92. kelly says:

    Hahaha, that was my ex.

  93. Marina says:

    Ha ha ha you’re hilarious Matthew, yes truth can be painful and hurt but a lie and a lie to oneself for that mater is excruciating and can leave a greater mess and destruction behind. The truth is always going to set us free, thank God for that! :) you funny man LOL! not but really this is a serious topic as I use to suffer from this disease in the past :)

  94. Vasiliki says:

    You blow my mind, like a Cat 5 hurricane coach!

    Jameson BOOM! Brilliance strikes again!

  95. Alena says:

    Dear Matthew! I can’t thank you enough for this video!!! It made me laugh and finally release the huge amount of stress and heartache I’ve been in for the last 8 months of my life, hoping it might finally work out with him (he is my ex). You’ve just helped me to realize that it was a right decision to let that guy go. And it is so on time too!!! I just cut it all off last night with him. Everything you were saying in the beginning of this video is so true to my situation, every single word of yours… I appreciate your work. Thank you from the bottom of my heart, really! xoxo

  96. Debbie says:

    Fricken hilarious…. but Matthew….don’t quit your day job lol lol

  97. Patchouli says:

    Matthew I hope you aren’t honing your chops for the acting arena :) Not that I don’t think you have the ability…and this really isn’t what the video is about.(I’ve got that really:) You are a likeable guy…and you have the looks thing down. I have no doubt you could get there but have you seriously seen the mess it has made of half the guys in Hollywood? None of them come out unscathed. You have a stellar rep and as trying as I know your job can get… I hope you stay where you are and hire more help:) Live your acting passion through your hilarious clips:) You crack me up and some I admit watching twice :)What you do for woman/kind is fabulous:) I hope you take heed…I have your best interests at heart. I myself don’t see Hollywood a dreams maker. And trust that if I ever see you on the big screen and they eventually rake you over the coals…I will remember this e-mail and feel very bad for you. Happiness and smiles forever :) That essence Character:)

  98. Laura says:

    This. This is brilliant. Well done! I can’t say how much I appreciate your ability to deliver effective advice/inspiring mesages in such a fun way . Thank you!

  99. Maria says:

    Nice douchey American guy accent. Haha.

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