Whenever life gets particularly shitty I like to search through the comments on YouTube to see those that are significantly worse off than me. There is nothing more heartrending than the cries of the forlorn seeking internet therapy while simultaneously watching music videos.
Like this lost soul
Nine people agree, break-ups are horrible.
The song? The music that was breaking their heart and reminding them of this tragic loss?
Ya know, the song from Pretty Woman
And in case you don’t understand the absolute hilarity in weeping over this entirely shameful song, here is the music video
Good luck, sir, hopefully the dulcet tones of Go West will help ease the heartache. And if it brings you any comfort, your comment made me laugh my ass off during a time of my own misery.
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I am not saying I am a trendsetter
But I am totally a fucking trendsetter.
Credit where credit is due, Lil Wayne.
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You Life has been in mourning since leap year. The Monkees were an integral part of my development and are, most likely, why I am the way I am today (the good parts of me, not the parts that get confused for a homeless person).
And while it might seem unusual for a twenty-something to be so effected by this loss, I can confidently say that many life decisions I have made are because of the Monkees.
It explains my relationships
It shouldn’t matter that I was always a Peter fan:
I am taking the Davy news EXTREMELY hard. It has manifested, mostly, in crying and listening to “Daydream Believer” on an endless, tear stained, loop.
Also, it might have manisfested in spending an entire day at work making this. You Life never claimed they were an artist, but their love is true
Whenever I need to make a decision between two women, I will heed Davy’s sage advice: