Breaking up with someone is probably one of the most dreaded acts you have to commit and most of the time it really is heartbreaking to have to hurt someone else. But there are those occasions where it feels like that time you had to hold your pee for a really long time and once you finally got to the toilet you got shivers up and down your body…you know what I’m talking about!
Long gone are the days when a face-to-face encounter and possible punch to the nads were necessary. Many have taken to their handy dandy breaker-upper, aka, cell phone to do the dirty work for them. We’ve all seen the countless funny break-up texts lists and probably shared a few on our own social media. Oh, they are sad, yet funny, cruel, and even clever.
“Facebook announced its Messenger service would now be an open platform for third-party developers. Zya Ditty is a text-to-autotune generator that lets you compose up to a 70-character message, pick a background song from among several popular, recognizable tunes, and chill out for a few seconds while Ditty stitches together a 20-second music clip and text-based music video out of it.
At launch, licensed song choices include Sia’s “Chandelier,” One Republic’s “Counting Stars,” and The Kingsmen’s “Louie Louie,” among others, as well as public-domain songs. While Ditty is launching alongside the Facebook Messenger announcement, it also works as a standalone app for both iOS and Android. You can compose a text-to-song creation, save it to your camera roll as a video, and then share that video with any service that supports video attachments. But there’s a direct-to-Facebook Messenger button within Ditty.”
So with that being said, what do the folks at gizmodo.com do? They took the horrible break up texts and had Ditty sing them with elation. Pretty funny when you think about it, but how would you feel if you got one of these texts sung to you by Sia?
I can see this one done in the “Another One Bites The Dust” version
In the “Hickory Dickory Dock” version?
Perhaps “Brave" by Sara Bareilles?
“I Want You To Want Me” by Cheap Trick
“Twinkle Twinkle Little Star?”
“The Gambler” by Kenny Rogers