Congratulations millennials. We’ve now officially reached the peak in our antisocial behavior. Why should we be happy with fast ordering our food when we can fast order our breakups?
You’ve heard me right! As the saying goes “keep your business life private from your personal life”, but it turns out you can actually combine the two. You can now officially pay a stranger from Australia to break up with your significant other thanks to the new service Sorry It’s Over. The service was created by 37-year-old Kristy Mazins. A former nurse from Melbourne who understands our generation’s need to run away from emotions. The service certainly gives new meaning to the phrase “It’s not you, it’s me,” don’t you think?
Her message is clear, as stated on the website:
It’s never easy to separate, so let us do your dirty work. Why bother telling your lover goodbye yourself. Who needs the grief and who has the time?
Breaking up with someone has, literally, never been so easy. Sorry It’s Over has an entire menu of affordable ways she will break up with someone for you. For just $5.50, she will send an email, text, a handwritten letter, or call your partner – sorry, ex partner – herself.
Don’t believe me? Check this out:
Or, even better, why break up by text when you can send an email?
And, if you feel really guilty, you can even send flowers for $77 or a sympathy basket that includes:
- A bottle of wine (to sedate the pain, obviously…)
- Chocolates (to make them fat…)
- Tissues (At least you’re prepared for the consequences, right?…)
- Peanuts (Still trying to figure this one out…)
- Snakes (Gives a whole new meaning to bad break-ups…)
- Affirmation/Quote (Something like “It’s not you, it’s me”…)
Unfortunately, Sorry It’s Over only operates in Australia . So you can re-think breaking up with your partner for the moment.
There’s nothing much for me to say other than this is bad! What a time to be alive. Call me old-fashioned, but running away from emotions doesn’t seem like the best long-term solution to your problems.
Now honestly, would you use this service?
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