“If the stars should appear but one night every thousand years how man would marvel and stare.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
Unless you happen to be one of those couples that met in high school and got married right out – you know… the happy, cute little couples that make you want to throw-up every time you see them holding hands in public – then you’ve probably dated your share of people.
Some were losers. Some were perfectly fine but not “The One.” You may have been one of the unlucky ones that dated someone batshit crazy that tried to kill your dog and burn your house down. Hell, maybe you WERE that person.
Regardless of who you dated or how many frogs you had to kiss, undoubtedly, you have “the one that got away.”
See, there are exes, and then there is THAT ex that still makes your heart jump and your stomach churn when you think about him or her. It’s ok to admit it. We’re all in a safe space, here.
In this article out of Vice, people tell their stories of heartbreak and what happened with that one, special ex that they still think about, years later.
Seth Meyers quizzes 20-something Late Night writer Karen Chee on how many things from the past she can recognize, like Teddy Ruxpin and Dippin’ Dots, while she tests him on his “millennial” knowledge.
Watch What Does Millennial Late Night Writer Karen Chee Know
Ricky Gervais Asks: Who Is Your Favorite Dictator Of All Time?
The host of “Ricky Gervais is Deadly Sirius” on SiriusXM Radio demonstrates for Stephen Colbert the types of questions he asks on his satellite radio show here