Whether you’re single, in a relationship, or in something that sort of falls in between, navigating romance in our modern times can be really stressful.
So if you need some sweet comic relief from all the ceaseless swiping, get ready to bless your Instagram feed with memes, comics, and screenshots that will make you say, “Oh my god, that is so me.”
Violet Clair posts colorful illustrations that poke fun at single-life for people in their late twenties and early thirties. But even if you’re a college student who’s in a relationship, we guarantee you will find most of these quirky memes very relatable.
Adriana creates cartoons centered around the struggle of modern relationships, most of them with cute characters but a somewhat dark undertone. Perfect for those of us who identify as “cute and bitter.”
The content we didn’t know we needed, but we truly deserve. This account shares audience-submitted messages between real-life exes. Some are funny, while others are straight up brutal. Entertainment at its finest.
Catana creates comics based on her actual relationship with her bearded boyfriend. Her art manages to adorably capture what it’s like to be with someone long-term. Yeah, it may not always be exciting, but it’s still super sweet.
Annnnnd back to the uglier side of dating. Similar in concept to @textsfromyourex but with people’s Tinder matches instead. The messages range from hilarious and cheesy to totally NSFW and yet somehow every single one is all too familiar.
For a feminist take on your dating woes, take a scroll these original memes created by a clever college student. It’s The Simpsons and Furbies like you’ve never seen them before. Perfect for the angsty and lovelorn liberal arts student in all of us.
If the username has you worried, don’t be. (It’s totally playful in a Crazy Ex-Girlfriend kind of way). This is 100% worth a follow if you find yourself dating a lot of losers, sleaze-bags, and liars.
While these Instagram accounts won’t cure the pain of a bad breakup or help you find your dream partner, they will hopefully make you feel less alone in your suffering. They’re also a perfect distraction for when your friends are too busy to listen to you complain about that hook-up buddy who won’t text back.