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This Teen Made A Spotify Playlist To End Things With A Guy And His Response Was Perfect

I don’t know about you, but I think that when you’re in a relationship with someone, you ought to treat them with the courtesy and respect that they deserve. After all, they’re giving you the most precious thing they have; Time. But that’s when you’re in a serious relationship with someone. When you’re just goofing around, and it isn’t exactly serious, then I’ll give it some extra leniency.

Meet 19-year-old Kirsten Titus and 20-year-old Wyatt Hall. They go to Brigham Young University together.

Kirsten Titus

Titus claimed that their entire relationship was based on creativity. They wanted to go on dates that other people usually didn’t go on.

In one of their dates, they planted a cactus on a mountain!

Kirsten Titus

But as relationships go, their feelings for each other faded, and Titus decided it would be better to end things and remain friends. However, as the core of their relationship was based around being as creative and unique as possible, she decided to do it through a Spotify List.

Yep, she created a list of songs to break up with him

“I think the both of us we were starting to feel we were better as friends,” Titus said. “I thought if I was going to end things with him I wanted to do it in a creative way,” On Monday night, she sent him the playlist. The message reads, “Do you… Still Want To Kiss Me Because I Am Kinda Lovin Someone Else But We Can Still Be Friends”

And that’s when things get spicy.

 

Erika, Titus’ 14-year-old sister, whom she shared a Spotify account with, saw the playlist and took to Twitter to gossip.

Kirsten didn’t totally agree with taking to Twitter with their dirty laundry

https://twitter.com/sirloinburger/status/849652177186324481

But there were others that completely adored it.

 

As for Wyatt Hall himself, well…

He took it like a champ and gave her a taste of her own medicine. Short, simple, and to the point.

Hall stated that he immediately understood the message hidden in the song titles, and said that he wasn’t heartbroken.

In fact, he said, “I thought it was kind of funny honestly.” They will remain friends, because their relationship wasn’t serious and that it was just fun. Evidently, Titus had made the right decision.

But the story doesn’t end there.

Someone took the chance to flirt with Wyatt with a pleasant little message, “It’s Ok You’re Cute Let Me Love You I’ll Take Care of You Cook for You Like That Bitch Couldn’t.”

In the end, no hearts were broken, and it finished with a happy little note. However, I do advise people in relationships to not actually break up with your partner like this if your relationship is meaningful. Not only will it end in heartache, but you also will never see Spotify the same way again.

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