Isabel Jones
Apr 10, 2017 @ 2:30 pm

Breakin’ up is hard to do—or, well, it was, before Spotify made it oh-so-easy.

Kirsten Titus, a 19-year-old student at Brigham Young University, decided to break up with her boyfriend, Wyatt Hall, 20, in a way befitting of the many “creative dates” they’d gone on.

Thus, a breakup playlist was born.

Kirsten’s Spotify sendoff, aptly titled “To: Wyatt” literally spells out the end of their relationship in song titles.

The playlist itself is private, but thanks to Kirsten’s 14-year-old sister, Erika, Titus's breakup is now a viral phenomenon.

Kirsten, a self-proclaimed “Part-time corndog,” was not thrilled by her sister’s interference.

Don’t worry, Erika, we’re very happy you brought this pressing social matter to our attention. If it weren’t for you, we’d never have seen Wyatt’s hilarious response to the breakup playlist:

DYING.

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The made-for-TV movie potential here is out of control. 

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