Okay, look. We know that the friend zone isn't a real thing. But damn, these tales of unrequited love and rejection are pretty damn entertaining nonetheless.
Anybody trying to get back out there in the dating world: we feel you. Whether you just got broken up with last week or you've been happily single for two years, the struggle is real. If you're looking for a relationship right now then we wish you luck, but also we gotta say... sometimes being alone is the real winner.
We know everyone can use a little pick-me-up and what better way than dancing it out with that one fine-tune we can always count on...
We'll be there for you! Through it ALL!
And that is exactly what Michael and his fellow bandmates (Amitai, Omer, and Vova) did.
They took the current situation and although each one is apart, they came together to create a parody of the well-known FRIENDS theme song
Video by: Michael Rose
Keyboards, Eternal Youth and Charm - Amitai Kurtz
Airdrum Champion Of The World - Omer Pank
Bass, Alcogel Spray, and Synchronized Swimming - Vova Gershenzon
"Is there a typo in the title? Don't you mean Valentine's Day", I'm hearing you ask?
Nope - Galentine's Day is a concept, or holiday, created by Leslie Knope from Parks and Rec. It takes place on February 13, when, in her words, "My lady friends and I leave our husbands and our boyfriends at home, and we just come and kick it, breakfast-style. Ladies celebrating ladies. It's like Lilith Fair, minus the angst. Plus frittatas."
So basically, it's a time for us babes to kick it back at brunch while celebrating ourselves and each other, and telling Valentine's Day to do one. Sounds pretty good to me! In the spirit of this great day, here are some of the best Galentine's Day tweets on the internet; inspired by Leslie Knope's genius, empowering women the world over, and giving strong female friendships the credit they deserve.
Ah, the good old choosing beggar strikes again with another ridiculous case of entitlement. This guy's biggest mistake was assuming that the car was going to be the dealbreaker when it came to getting lucky on his date. Naturally, that kind of twisted thinking resulted in one ridiculous and avoidable angry back-and-forth between friends, regarding being able to borrow a car. Hopefully they're able to salvage their friendship.
This guy asked the people of Reddit whether or not he was a jerk for clapping back against his friend who said she was out of his league. He proceeded to meet that statement by telling her that she "wasn't that pretty." People seem to be of the opinion that everyone kind of sucks here.