Nickelback App Keeps You From Looking at Your Ex's Facebook

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Chad Kroeger and Daniel Adair of Nickelback perform in concert at the Austin360 Amphitheater on April 4, 2015 in Austin, Texas. 

It’s been a while since Nickelback dominated the airwaves, but plenty of people still can’t let go of their disdain for formulaic post-grunge that peaked on the Billboard Hot 100 in 2005. 

A comedy video touring a (fake) new app called Nickelblock has been making its rounds lately. Too bad it's not real, though -- it could come in handy for some people. Check it out below: 

Nickelblock is targeted at people who can’t stop looking at their ex's Facebook. Every time said profile is clicked, Nickelback’s “Photograph” plays. 

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Your ex sucks, but you learned from the experience, and you’ll meet someone who’s even better. "Photograph" came out in 2005. The world keeps spinning. Everything is going to be okay!