#ChristmasBreakUpExcuses Will Happily Help You Achieve Singlehood for the Holidays
All I want for Christmas is you…to not be in my life anymore.
New evidence suggests this is a popular time of year to dump someone, so Twitter is here to help you gently, if not cleverly, let that no longer special someone that you never want to see him or her again.
#ChristmasBreakUpExcuses started trending on Twitter over the weekend and, boy, are people putting in more effort into ending their relationships than they are working out their problems.
Let’s just hope these newly-single folks share their wisdom in a few weeks with #New YearsPickupLines. We just know someone is bound to offer up “Wanna watch my ball drop.”
You told me Santa Claus wasn't real.
I told you neither is this relationship. #ChristmasBreakUpExcuses
— Shea Browning ⚖ (@sheabrowning) December 9, 2016
It's not yule, it's me. #ChristmasBreakUpExcuses
— T-Dub (@Norseman86) December 9, 2016
You're a ho-ho-ho#ChristmasBreakUpExcuses
— Rocket (@TumblrJournaI) December 9, 2016
You don't jingle my bells anymore #ChristmasBreakUpExcuses
— Sean Duffy (@Sean_annigans) December 9, 2016
#ChristmasBreakUpExcuses I'm looking for just one silent night.
— Ryan (@ryanfield) December 9, 2016
I just wanna be by my elf. #ChristmasBreakUpExcuses
— emceekayvee (@emceekayvee) December 9, 2016
— Longwood lures (@longwood_lures) December 9, 2016
— Lorein (@the_mrstouch) December 9, 2016
— Geff Gefferson (@GeffGefferson1) December 9, 2016
I saw you playing with Santa's Sack..
— Trevor Jones (@TGJones_62) December 9, 2016