A man resorted to data mining his disastrous five-year relationship to analyse the most frequently used words in their texts to each other.
Many individuals look back on their memories when it comes to the conclusion of a relationship.
From reminiscing about its highs and lows to browsing through photographs of vacations to revisiting old text conversations.
However, only a rare few transform their memories into data and subsequently begin sharing the outcomes on the internet for their followers to dissect.
One Reddit user took the time to reflect on his relationship and did just that by looking at the most-used words in the text messages between himself and his former partner throughout their tumultuous relationship – and the results are truly mind-blowing.
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The first year is captioned: “We met online,” some of the most common words in their texts included ‘haha’, ‘OK’, ‘good’, ‘weekend’ and ‘food’.
In the couple’s second year, they moved into a home together and the most used words also included ‘haha’ and ‘good’.
This was in addition to some words you’d expect to see since they lived together at the time, such as ‘home’ and ‘room’ and affectionate terms like ‘baby’.
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The third year was labelled ‘Bliss’ by the Reddit user and the common words between the pair included the likes of ‘movie’, ‘baby’, ‘Bub’, and ‘pizza’.
From this, we can only assume that the pair had a handful of romantic date nights during this time.
The fourth year saw the pair take things to the next stage and they actually got engaged.
Once again, the most used words in their text messages included ‘home’, ‘haha’ and ‘good’.
But things took a turn for the worst in their fifth and ultimately final year together.
The caption for the fifth slide states: “She demanded a third move, then she kicked me out.”
It may not be entirely clear in the original post how their relationship officially ended and what happened between them, but the most used words that year included ‘OK’, ‘good’, ‘yeah’, ‘oh’ and ‘hopefully’.
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Following the couple’s split, they tried to rekindle things but ‘catastrophe struck’, according to the slide’s caption.
In their texts in the sixth year that they knew each other, they frequently used words like ‘want’, ‘know’, ‘just’, ‘sure’, ‘yeah’, ‘think’ and ‘OK’.
The Reddit user compiled the most used words across ‘the complete texts’ for the seventh and final slide.
Here we see all of their most used words during their time together and their failed attempt at reconciling.
Some of the biggest hits were ‘OK’, ‘haha’, ‘good’ and ‘baby’.