Archive for March 8th, 2012


The World’s Most Cliched Break-Up Lines Translated

breakupBreaking up is kak. Any way you spin it, it’s difficult to walk away from a person you’re emotionally invested in whether it’s casual or not.

But worse than that is trying to explain why things aren’t working out, which is why people always fall back on the time honoured “It’s not you, it’s me” break-up clichés.

But what do these overused lines actually mean? Our good friend the internet knows the answer to that question, and has tabulated the somewhat harsh results in the jpeg to follow. Apologies if on your internet travels you’ve seen these before, but here are the world’s most clichéd break-up lines translated. Eina.