19-year-old Kirsten Titus and 20-year-old Wyatt Hall started dating after meeting through uni friends but once she realised they were better off as friends, she decided to call it off via Spotify. For real.
"Wyatt and I had a goofy and light-hearted relationship," Kirsten told Seventeen. "We went on a lot of funny and creative dates. Like, we hid meatballs in Ikea and planted a cactus on a mountain. I think that both of us were starting to feel like we were better off as just friends, so I figured the best way to express this was via a funny and creative way, mirroring the kind of relationship we had."
So on Monday night, Kirsten sent Wyatt this genius Spotify playlist:
If you put all the song titles together, this is the very clear message they spell out:
We Can Still Be Friends
Yeah, there's no mistaking that.
Kirsten's 14-year-old sister Erika saw the playlist on their shared account and shared it on Twitter, not expecting it to go viral the way it did!
As you'd expect, Kirsten was pretty mortified when he sister's tweet started to go viral.
"Initially, I texted my sister and begged her to delete the tweet because I was like, 'Dude, it has our faces in it! Wyatt's gonna kill me!'" Kirsten said.
Wyatt obviously heard about what was going on and he replied with his own Spotify playlist for Kirsten which got straight to the point:
Luckily though, Wyatt came around and saw the funny side of it.
"When I first got the playlist, she sent it to me through Snapchat, which was weird, and then I saw the playlist and instantly started laughing," Wyatt told Seventeen.
And it looks like he might end finding a girlfriend through it because girls have been sending him their own playlists, one which included songs like 'You're Cute and 'Let Me Love You' lol!
And in case you're wondering, the viral tweet hasn't affected their friendship.
"He's not upset and thinks the whole thing is hilarious," Kirsten dished. "And Wyatt and I are still friends! We've hung out since I sent him the playlist and I even saw him just yesterday."
Wyatt also has a message for everyone hated on her for doing this: "I feel like Kirsten is a lot nicer than people are treating her. She was just doing it to be funny. I thought it was funny, so no harm, no foul!"
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