So you need to go about things in a roundabout way. Direct some jokes or criticisms at your own awful lover first, to prod them to consider the flaws in theirs. Remind them of old relationships that didn't work out and why, drawing parallels with their current partner. But don't spell it out; try to get them to assemble the pieces themselves.
"Oh man, I'm dating a me that traveled back from the future, aren't I?"
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Using wigs and deceit, take the place of your friend's new lover, then break up with them. Not only does this end their hated, incorrect relationship, but it will also leave you completely blameless. As a bonus, you can use this opportunity to deploy additional blame-free criticism about any of their other qualities.
"Also, you wear too much perfume, and Shrek 3 was garbage, and both your short stories and your son have pacing problems."
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