Adele's songs have the power to bring thousands of fans to tears, thanks to her very emotionally charge lyrics. After the release of her latest single "Hello," someone thought that the lyrics of the song could totally be the outcome of a drunk texting experience and decided to test it out. Mary Caldarella copied some of Adele's lyrics and sent them as messages to her ex Matt to see what his reaction would be.
%shareLinks-quote="I was wondering if after all these years you'd like to meet to go over everything" type="spreadWord"%
%shareLinks-quote="I feel like you'll really regret saying this when you are sober" type="spreadWord"%
%shareLinks-quote="It's so typical of me to talk about myself, I'm sorry. I hope you are well" type="spreadWord"%
%shareLinks-quote="Babe what are you talking about. You miss me?" type="spreadWord"%
Mary, of course, took the hilarious experiment to Twitter and showed the world her ex's responses:
Meanwhile, Adele's "Hello" has shattered Miley Cyrus' and Taylor Swift's records reaching more than 130 million views in an incredibly short time after it was released. The singer made her comeback after years and, initially, wasn't even sure the song would have been noticed but, ultimately, she was pleased with the result.
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