On Tuesday evening — Valentine's Day, to be specific — The Scene posted a video on Twitter of a former couple talking about some of the issues they faced when they were an item, which were mainly trust and infidelity.
The clip opened with somber music and a woman asking her former partner a question.
He disclosed that he "did everything."
She pressed him a little further...
...before he finally admitted that while they were together he slept with other women.
There were several poignant moments in the video that resonated with people online, like when the guy said that his ex-girlfriend was his "best friend."
And, while fighting back tears, she agreed.
The woman then told a story about how she found other women texting her ex-boyfriend on his phone. Once she caught him in his room with another woman and he told her to go away.
According to the woman, the two didn't speak for a while, but she said her ex apologized at the time and said he wouldn't hurt her again, even though he did.
After that, the woman asked her ex how many times he stepped out on the relationship.
But he couldn't provide an exact answer.
She probed a bit more.
Then he finally answered, essentially saying he wasn't keeping track.
His response turned an already tense moment into one even sadder, because the woman had to get up and leave, and take a few moments to compose herself.
Once she returned, her ex said that there was nothing she could've done that would've stopped him from cheating. He just didn't want to be committed at the time.
By the end of the video, the two had made amends.
The woman admitted that the reason she forgave him is because she valued their friendship.
The video became massively popular online and was instantly memed. A lot of people began referring to the woman as #HurtBae.
And the guy was deemed trash.
People couldn't believe how he seemingly felt no remorse for his actions.
The guy's "I didn't count" line was one of the most upsetting things about the video — at least to people on Twitter.
Many sided with the woman in the video...
...and a ton of others posted emotional GIFs about the clip.
The memes were inescapable.
But there were also deeper discussions about how men treat women.
A lot of folks rallied around the idea of leaving someone alone if you have no intentions of doing right by them.
The chats about the subject carried on well into the evening.
And it was exemplified in several posts within the tag.
Amid the chaos, an alleged fake Twitter account made in the name of the woman in the video emerged, and it said that she'd moved on and was in a happy relationship.