Mark’s Phone Wants to Break Up

Right after his phone broke up with him Mark recalled all the signs he had missed. He had felt it distant, lately, as if every notification came with a sigh, every calendar input with an extra turn of the little circle, every reaction to the ON button a little off. He had looked down for his magazine to check if it was time for bed, but all the phone had said was “It’s over between us.” And in his futile search for explanations he realized he should’ve seen it. He remembered that day when it had refused to be unlocked. Or the morning he woke up uncharged, completely disregarding its plugged battery. Oh he should’ve seen it.

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SPECIAL REPORT: Rumors that Everything Matches Up Well with “The Dark Side of the Moon” Confirmed

Is it possible that any video you watch will match well with Pink Floyd’s 1973 classic album? Am I just forcing a connection between two things that don’t really match, like me and my high-school girlfriend that day we tried solving a jigsaw puzzle? This is my train of thought when I put the first track of “The Dark Side of the Moon” over this weird old cartoon.