Ryan Reynolds Had the Best Idea for a Fan to Get Back at Her Ex-Boyfriend

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Ryan Reynolds is helping his fans get over their exes, one photoshopped image at a time.

On Wednesday, the Deadpool star responded to one heartbroken high school senior's call for help to get back at her ex in the pettiest way possible—and it's hilarious.

Gabi Dunn, who revealed that she went through a tough split with her former boyfriend shortly after prom, found solace by performing some next level photo editing on her couple's photos from the big night.

"My boyfriend and I broke up a few days after prom, so I decided to "edit" the photos a little @VancityReynolds," the teen tweeted alongside pictures of the then-couple at the dance with Ryan Reynolds' face superimposed over her ex's.

https://twitter.com/gabidunn99/status/882353475572690944

The 40-year-old quickly responded with another idea to take the mischievousness one step further.

"We should photoshop me over his yearbook picture next. #DontMessWithGabi," he hilariously suggested to the newly single high schooler.

https://twitter.com/VancityReynolds/status/882797487353765892

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We'll keep an eye out for that gem!

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[MUSIC] My vision for taking care of the environment has sort of changed since becoming a dad. But I mean I worry about it a little bit more, I worry about Bequeathing, like the more eloquent term, a world with a rapidly changing climate, if it works. You worry about kids and what they're gonna experience. When I grew up that wasn't really a hot topic. Climate change was still at the beginning stages of being talked about. Yeah, you worry a lot about that, I worry a lot about that. About the kind of planet my kids will inherit. [MUSIC] Awareness really is the biggest thing. To be aware of what you're doing and what you're taking, the amount of what you're taking out of the environment. That's a good beginning point and then also it's exposure, like exposing my kids to the outdoors, to the woods, to the wilderness, to mountains, to deserts, everything that. I mean, the United States is amazing. [BLANK_AUDIO]
 
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