If you have ever been wronged by a deceitful lover, left clutching at broken memories and the last stale crumbs of your third consecutive packet of Cool Original Dorito's, then this one's for you.
Having suffered the ego-shattering pain that comes with an unfaithful partner, one American student decided to get creative with his groveling ex, taking a marker to her four-page apology letter and sending it back with a thorough critique.
Nick Lutz, who studies at the University of Central Florida, told the BBC: "We started dating in February of last year and dated for about eight months.
"Four months in she started hiding her phone and I heard she had code names for guys in her contacts list."
Nick decided to mark the letter as a joke, but it has since picked up steam and has now been retweeted more than 100,000 times, thus making him a certified gold internet hero.
He says he hasn't thought about his ex when, in the letter, she asks if he has, and suggests that she is "using useless fillers" to pad out the copy; while also accusing her of "lackadaisical" handwriting near the end of the note.
Other Twitter users with an appreciation for constructive criticism and proper grammar then weighed in, pointing out further errors in the apology.
Nick went on to say that his ex had been made aware of the amendments to her letter and was "okay with her grade."
The first step to healing and moving on.