A sitcom you’ve seen every single episode of ten times, so now you’re just inventing conspiracy theories about the characters to keep yourself awake.
Your ex’s Facebook photos.
Your friend’s engagement-party invitation on your fridge, taunting you and your life choices.
Instagram Stories. You know that people can see you watching these, right? And sometimes you’re watching one and it just flips to the next person and there’s a reason it’ll look bad for you to be watching his Story, but now here you are. Have fun!
“Catch Me If You Can.” It’s just a really fun movie.
Your ex’s Instagram Story.
The people outside your window leading happy, uncomplicated lives. You could be out there, too. You could engage. You should sign up for a yoga class. Tomorrow you’ll do all that. For sure.
The Domino’s pizza tracker.
Something an algorithm recommends for you, because, in its own small way, this will make you feel taken care of.
Your phone, for that notification that will finally make you feel whole.
Things your ex is watching, because you still share a Netflix account.
A movie that was hilarious when you were twelve but doesn’t hold up.
Your phone charging.
Your ex’s LinkedIn.
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All five of the windows in my apartment faced Jared’s house. And, for as many years, I heard every word this kid said.