This is it, guys: We have peaked as a civilization, because now, there is an app for everything — including making those feelings that are best explained via Drake lyrics even easier to express. Thanks to the Drizzy Keyboard, iPhone app, you can insert Drake lyrics into text messages just as easily as you can pick an emoji. So how does it work? It's a free app that has a selection of Drake lyrics divided into categories: Exes, Feels, Hustle, Hate, and Random, just in case none of those emotions apply. The idea of a keyboard made of Drake lyrics seems so necessary that I can't believe it's not something that comes pre-programmed into all iPhones at this point, like Siri. Because the words of the man formerly known as Aubrey Graham fit just about any every day situation.
BFF needs advice? Drake has the words you can't put together yourself. Feeling bitter about being single? Drake's got those too, especially if you're interested in scorning your ex. Drake is a man who speaks for all of us, and he does it so eloquently. And in case you need help choosing which lyrics best fit your situation, I have a few ideas for you.
When you're out of Oreos
"You never see it comin', you just get to see it go." — "Fireworks"
When the person turning left in the car in front of you refuses to go
"A chance is like a picture, it'd be nice if you'd just take it." — "Unthinkable"
When your friends are getting married and having babies and you're just having another glass of wine
"Let's toast to the fact that I've moved out my mama's basement." — "Say Something"
When you can't afford to pay extra for guacamole at Chipotle
"I never got to make it rain but it look like fun." — "One More Time"
When you're trying to get out of a date
"It's not me and you, it's not me, it's you." — "The Motion"
When three people like your tweet as soon as you post it
"Buzz so big I could probably sell a blank disc." — "Best I Ever Had"
Sitting in traffic on a Friday afternoon
"Just hold on, we're going home." — "Hold On We're Going Home"
Back at work on Monday morning after a weekend on the couch with Netflix
"Mind in one place, heart in another." — "It's Good"
When the pizza finally arrives
"Baby you're my everything, you're all I ever wanted." — "Best I Ever Had"
When you finally hit triple digit Instagram followers
"Started from the bottom, now we're here!" — "Started From The Bottom"
When your friends make fun of your One Direction obsession
"Jealousy is just love and hate at the same time." — "Over My Dead Body"
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