Friday, February 12, 2016

Someone live-tweeted a rooftop breakup in Brooklyn and the result is fine art

Kyle Ayers is a comic and writer who lives in (SURPRISE!) Brooklyn. On Saturday night, he ventured out onto the roof of his apartment building to admire the view or smoke hand-rolled cigarettes or write in his journal about how much Arcade Fire sucks now that they're mainstream or whatever it is people do on Brooklyn rooftops, when he overheard a couple arguing.

Someone live-tweeted a rooftop breakup in Brooklyn and the result is fine art

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Kyle Ayers is a comic and writer who lives in (SURPRISE!) Brooklyn. On Saturday night, he ventured out onto the roof of his apartment building to admire the view or smoke hand-rolled cigarettes or write in his journal about how much Arcade Fire sucks now that they're mainstream or whatever it is people do on Brooklyn rooftops, when he overheard a couple arguing.

Rather than leaving the roof to allow the couple to settle their disagreement with some shred of privacy, Ayers hilariously decided to live-tweet their argument. The result is #roofbreakup and it's here to remind you that you probably sound like a crazy person every time you argue about anything with your significant other. [@kyleayers]

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