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BERLIN (Reuters) - Business is booming for a Berlin entrepreneur's unique service -- delivering break-up messages for a fee.
"I almost never get invited in for a coffee," he told the Berliner Morgenpost newspaper on Monday. "Most of the time they're totally surprised."
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Cowards rejoice! This makes us nostalgic for junior high; sno-cones, recess, check yes/no/maybe-if-you-like-me, and the third party break-up. We never thought we would be saying this, but hiring someone to do your dumping (while paying $68 for it!) makes breaking up via text message look borderline heroic. The only way it could be even remotely acceptable to have somebody else do your dirty work is if you sent a singing telegram. At least that would be memorable.