Christina Wolfgram
November 27, 2015 1:45 pm

Ever since Adele released “Hello,” we’ve all had exes on the brain. Even those of us in perfectly wonderful relationships (whether it be with another human, a cat, or our lovely selves) feel a tug at the heart strings at the sound of her haunting belt, mourning an ex that doesn’t even exist. In a way, thinking about relationships, the people we’ve loved, and the people we’re still trying to get over can be incredibly therapeutic.

If you’re in Adele haze and want to live vicariously through other people’s heartbreak, then you will love the Tumblr The Last Message Received. The blog collects screenshots of people’s final messages from loved ones, some former significant others or family members who passed away. Oh man, the range of sympathy, rage, sadness, and empathy is … [insert Adele belt here].

This Tumblr really shows how strange it can be to have your relationship documented through texts and social media. Technology can make things easier, but it can also make getting over someone much harder.

Prepare to get cathartic.

We all know what it feels like to be kept on the hook.

Or to be completely shocked by how cold a loved one can be.

Are you playing 25 and crying yet?

Do any of these remind you of manipulative messages you’ve received from your ex?

If anyone is looking for inspiration for ballad lyrics, this blog is a well of mysterious ideas.

Don’t look at The Last Message Received for too long without taking an ice cream break. Your heart will hurt too much.

You can submit your own last messages here.

(Image via Disney.)

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