“The Breakup Shop believes everyone deserves to be single.” That's according to the site of this new company that will to do the dirty work of ending your relationship for you—at a price, of course. For a mere $10, you can send a breakup email or text; fork over $20, and you’ve got yourself a breakup letter (customizable for an additional $10); and starting at $29, you can have another man or woman deliver a breakup phone call.
Sound harsh? That’s because it is. But the profit on pain is justified, according to The Breakup Shop co-founder Mackenzie (last name has been withheld per his request for anonymity) who spoke with Motherboard:
"People are already paying services like Tinder to get them in a relationship, why not pay a service to get you out of one?"
The Breakup Shop even offers a gift shop for exes so you can ease your former girlfriend’s pain with a bouquet of daisies and carnations, a set of wine glasses, even The Notebook. But if you'd prefer not to put your hard-earned money toward enlisting a stranger to end your romance, use these tips from relationship expert Sarah Jones, founder and CEO of coaching website Introverted Alpha. It may not be the easy way out, but it's way classier and you may even end up not hating each other in the end.