Sorry It's Over: Breakup Business On Demand

What can't you outsource these days? Whether you perceive that as good or bad, there are options available to hire people to do the jobs that you're not skilled for, or that you simply don't want to do. Some of them are just plain unusual, uncomfortable, and they take advantage of modern trends.

I bet you can guess what one of these businesses does just by its name. Sorry It's Over makes it possible to outsource one of the more unpleasant things that most people are forced to do in life. Sure, many of us have had to suck it up and give the good old "it's not you, it's me" talk at one time or another. But, that's just because there was no other option when doing the right thing and breaking up with someone you didn't want to be in a relationship with anymore.

The good (or awful news for our standards of interpersonal communication) is that you really don't have to inconvenience yourself ever again with being a heartbreaker all on your own. Hire someone else to do it to save your feelings, your time, and your ability to function like a regular, caring sensitive person.

Sorry It's Over is based in Australia, and many of its breakup services are technology-based to closely model the trends so many people favor today over dealing with the stress of conversations face-to-face. To further distance yourself from the discomfort, you can get this business to do your dirty work for you. 

It's up to you to decide which one of their services you'd like to take advantage of when you're ready to pull the trigger and end a relationship. They can send out a text message or email using a form letter, or it can be personalized by the dumper. A more personal touch is also available for those that choose the phone call, flowers, sympathy hamper, or personal meeting options.

 Naturally, the price increases with just how kind you decide you want to be to your soon-to-be ex. Their current services range from $5.50 to $90, and while they focus on breakups at the momentas their only service, who knows if they'll decide to monopolize the market of bad news. After all, once you've established a thick skin, isn't being faced with a crying or angry person about the same, regardless of the circumstances that lead them there?

 Sure, it seems odd. This business may seem callous, it may encourage a lack of direct connection between human beings too. But hey, if you can hire fake significant others online, why wouldn't there be a business that's practically the breakup equivalent?

 Via: Elite Daily