A woman in the province of Shandong, China sent her ex-boyfriend one ton (2,000 pounds) of onions after crying for three days from their breakup.
The woman, only identified by her surname as Zhao from Zibo, ordered the onions and told the seller to leave them on her ex’s doorstep if he was not at home, according to Shanghaiist.
Japanese YouTuber Marina Fujiwara has created a device that blinks brightly whenever someone shares a breakup post online.
The device, which aims to make single people feel better during the holiday season, looks like an ordinary bulb connected to the internet through a “bridge,” according to Fujiwara’s blog post as translated by Unilad.
Timstar and Sijia Wang called it quits ahead of the comedian’s highly-anticipated proposal last weekend, ending a year-long relationship founded on boba tea.
On Aug. 16, Timstar, whose real name is Timmy Sun, announced his plan to propose on Aug. 24, the same day they first met in 2018.
A young couple’s love story has gone viral on Chinese social media as they embarked on a 61-day “breakup trip” that culminated in irony.
The couple, both born in 1994, had met each other while studying in college in China.
People have different ways of guiding their loved ones through grief, such as finishing a tub of ice cream together, binge-watching comfort movies, or simply offering a shoulder to cry on.
And then there’s Zak.
Tokens left from failed relationships are usually kept hidden, thrown away, or even burned as they often remind brokenhearted people of experiences they would rather forget; in Vietnam, however, such sentimental relics are put on display in the “Old Flames market”, where they can be purchased by interested customers.
Located in the capital city of Hanoi, the one-of-a-kind bazaar brimming with painful memories and emotional baggage is the brainchild of young entrepreneur Dinh Thang. He opened the market in February and it has grown significantly more popular with the help of social media.