Almost 60 percent of Americans say the Internet is making it impossible for them to get over their exes. A new poll from the relationship website YourTango shows that 59 percent of people have stayed "friends" with past lovers on Facebook and 74 percent have Googled their exes. Which is why YourTango is supporting the first annual Break Up With Your Ex Day. To participate, just unfollow your ex's Twitter, Foursquare, and other social networking sites; untag or delete photos online, block him/her on IM, delete their phone number and e-mail by February 13. Or, you know, just constantly stalk them online to see if they're doing that to you. While you're at it, you better check to see if his new girlfriend blocked you from her Facebook albums. That bitch. [NYP]
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