It was a classic 2020 millennial hit, just like Sally Rooney's novel, but it also attracted another demographic: their mothers.
A send-off for some of the cafes, restaurants and coffee shops we loved and lost to coronavirus this year.
It's kind of like living off airplane meals, but worse, because you can't get off the plane.
"But what about China?"
Women, teenagers and ED survivors say they keep seeing ads on TikTok and Instagram for apps designed to help you stop eating.
Social media has become a way to show that you're staying inside, and checking up on others.
I see that we are down to our last pot of ras-el-hanout. We are living in desperate times.
It's equal parts cynical and embarrassing.