You don't need Breakup Girl to tell you that around, say, February 14 or so, you might feel, well, a little left out.
But you might need Breakup Girl to tell you that things don't have to be that way. It's time for Valentine's Day to include people from all walks of love: not only attached-Americans, but also the romantically-challenged, the differently-dating. And you can help make that difference. How? Convert to your own eleven-month pagan calendar? Spread a national rumor that longstem roses raise cholesterol?
Not necessary. We're working on a much smaller-indeed, bite-size-scale. We are talking about those bitter pills of pith, Valentine's conversation hearts. No wonder you feel silenced: MY GUY and HOT STUFF -- not to mention FAR OUT and O U KID -- are not exactly the verbal tools you're looking for on that special day.
Breakup Girl's candy hearts fill the gap with more useful sayings! Plus, they can be transmitted over the existing phone lines, unlike reality-based candy. Simply download the file to your harddrive (by clicking on the image and selecting "Save this image...") so you can attach it to e-mail messages, or embed the graphic (it's transparent, even!) into your e-mail using the line of code that appears next to each candy (provided the sender and receiver's e-mail software can understand HTML code).
Breakup Girl created by Lynn Harris & Chris Kalb