How to know when a break up is most likely

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These social networks are just pouring data out. It's a wonderful thing to be able to see all this info for the first time. Today, we're looking at some data from Facebook that shows us when a break up is most likely to happen. All they had to do was group all those break up relationship statuses into days and label them by significant dates.To summarize...

Every single holiday throughout the year, except Christmas and New Year's, have huge spikes. Christmas Day is the single least likely day for a break up. This is funny because two weeks before the winter holidays is the single most likely time for a break up.

Monday is the most likely day of the week.

August is the least likely month.

December is the most likely month.

I'm not sure how this will help anyone, but more information is mo' betta'.

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