Mending broken hearts, one at a time with Ludduvuddu
Ludduvuddu is like that funny, wise-cracking friend who always gets you through those bad times and break-ups. Although you haven’t met Ludduvuddu yet, it will soon be your one-stop place to mend your broken heart.
It is a website designed to focus on picking up those broken pieces and putting them back together, whether that heart is yours or a good friend’s. It works by sending lovely and up-to-date tips, tricks, and tools that will drag you through all phases of your heartbreak “from crying your eyes out to heaving a sigh of relief”. Lord knows we have all been there. Everything is sent via email, and some things might be mailed directly to your home. All this is aimed to make the worst time in your life just a tiny bit easier. The best part is that all of this is essentially free. If you want to pamper your friend just a little bit extra, you can for a small fee.
This full service “break-up getter-over” company also offers an online pharmacy (it’s in the works) where you will soon be able to find all the products you will need to help you heal your broken heart. This way you can cheer up your friend more quickly and efficiently. There is also an events section listed so appropriately under the name “Schmalentine and 364 other days”.
Clearly, Ludduvuddu understands the plight of a single girl during the year’s most over-rated romantic holiday. To help you get through this time, they will start organising events throughout the year such as: relieve your feelings nights, fresh air Sundays on the beach, weekends away… and of course, they will supply you with earplugs, schmalentine cards, dinners in restaurants that ban couples in love and a whole lot more. Ludduvuddu wants to be there a day for people with a broken heart, and amen to that! So keep your agenda at hand.
Our favourite part is the Stories Worse Than Yours section. Here is where you can submit and read other single ladies’ tales, each worse than the next. This way you can feel better about your situation, thus aiding in the healing process. To start healing your broken heart check out the website here, or should you be able to read Danish follow Ludduvuddu on Twitter @_ludduvuddu.