Love is dead, we’re all dying alone, and romance is no longer a thing, a Twitter tipping point has proven.
Via Jezebel, the world’s least romantic image has emerged, documenting the sad state of love in the world from a New Jersey CVS.
This tweet actually explains in 140 characters or fewer that indeed, there is something even less romantic than “a CVS in New Jersey,” and that bonerkiller is a display within a CVS in New Jersey.
For Valentine’s Day, a day that used to be marked by handmade tokens of affection and chocolate and wearing red and writing out cards to crushes has now been summarized with a marketing display including:
- K-Y Jelly
- Hideously ugly picture frames
- Fluorescent drugstore roses
- The morning-after pill
- Fake cupcakes in shrink wrap
- Something called “Libido Max”
- Assorted lubricants
— mike toole (@miketoole) January 6, 2014
A CVS worker has emerged to say that the “display” is likely a joke due to rules about visual marketing of “medical” items, but still. Time to go listen to some Morrissey and eat our feelings, everyone.