Most people curate what you see about their lives on social media. This woman obviously had people thinking her relationship was better than it really was. Her new captions show a totally different story behind such sweet pictures of her and her (now ex) boyfriend.
In packages that range from "pretty nice of you" to extravagant, this company will send your (soon to be ex) lover a care package along with a video of you breaking up with them.
It's probably not the kind of gift most people are expecting for Valentines day but at least it's better than a text message.
Breakups undoubtedly suck.
And seeing your ex in your Facebook Newsfeed continues to suck for many months after going through a tough breakup. But Facebook wants to ease that pain.
The company announced today a new feature that would soften the blow of any exposure to your ex on the platform.
When a person changes their relationship status on Facebook a series of options will appear.
You can limit what your ex-partner sees (photos, videos and status updates) and what you see from their profile.
"This work is part of our ongoing effort to develop resources for people who may be going through difficult moments in their lives. We hope these tools will help people end relationships on Facebook with greater ease, comfort and sense of control," Facebook said in a blog post.
Sounds great, Facebook. Now can you delete all those couple's Instagram pics for us?
DJ Calvin Harris will have to Shake It Off.
Taylor Swift's boo was reportedly spotted coming out of a Thai massage parlor on Sunset Boulevard, ending the couple's Love Story.
Did he visit the shady massage parlor for a hand job? We'll probably never know. But the couple certainly now has Bad Blood.
After photos leaked of his rendezvous, he tried to make up with Taylor—to which one can only assume she told him "We Are Never Getting Back Together."
This Love is done.
It was only a few weeks ago when we learned about the break up between Kermit the Frog and Ms. Piggy.
It turns out that split had been happening for quite some time and they only just recently made it public.
If this is news to you, then you'd better sit down as you read Ms. Piggy's announcement on Facebook. It's the same that Kermit circulated around Twitter.
Also, never forget that these are not real people and this is all shameless marketing for the upcoming Muppets tv show on ABC.
But there's no reason to be cynical, so play along if you'd like.
A guy named Darryl from Ohio discovered that his girlfriend was cheating on him in a rather strange way.
He found a bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios in the sink, but they couldn't have been hers because she doesn't eat gluten. GASP! He also says he broke into her Facebook account afterwards confirming his suspicions.
So he decided to break up with her in an equally strange manner, requesting a video from musician Mac Lethal.
The final product: A cover of "Blank Space" by the Queen of Breakups, Taylor Swift.