Playlist: As Opposed To Texting Your Ex Partner, Hear These Songs | Autostraddle

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Hunt, we’re not here to judge. Try to let those among us who’ve maybe not already been inclined to text an ex cast the very first rock, blah-blah blah. It occurs. Perchance you’re at a place where you’re no longer lured to get in touch with an old lover using informal yet packed “hey” text. Healthy for you! No actually, which is fantastic. Perhaps you’ve develop a handy program to tell your self it’s almost never advisable, like adding a lot of rubbish can emojis alongside their name or removing their quantity completely. In addition fantastic! Possibly somebody available is actually doing an app which capable happen a goddess kumari to put super bolts at you any time you start thinking about texting an ex. Somebody please spend money on this genius idea.

Regardless, there’s really no better distraction than music to keep your center and hands from giving a note you might feel dissapointed about. There are particular artisans one should prevent when the danger of texting an ex is high: Taylor Swift, Drake, Adele, Kelly Clarkson—to name a couple of. Nevertheless the tracks under will have you contemplating just how down-right remarkable you are, moving aside all views of the individual you are thinking about texting in the middle of the night (you should not get it done).

Do Not Content Your Ex Lover


– Janet Jackson

Rockstar 101

– Rihanna ft. Slash

Yellowish Flicker Beat

– Lorde


– Chvrches

Now, Now

– St. Vincent


– Tune-Yards

Really Do Not Care

– Demi Lovato

You Shouldn’t Want To Become Your Lady

– Wet

Can’t Keep Us Down

– Christina Aguilera ft. Lil Kim


– Britney Spears

U + Ur Hand

– Pink

Myself, Myself, and I

– Beyoncé

Simply Take A Bow

– Rihanna

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