It's been a rough year for love.
In case you missed it, Autumn claimed its first set of couples as Kaley Cuoco and Ryan Sweeting as well as Amanda Seyfried and Justin Long have called it quits. Bummer.
Is it just us or is 2015 the year that love died?! WE KID.
Maybe Amanda, Kaley, Jennifer Garner, Miranda Lambert, and Kourtney Kardashian could all start a club or something?? Not a bad idea.
So in order to send out some good vibes, we've compiled the best six second vids this week has to offer.
Since it's the weekend (and there's nothing better to do) you should take the time and enjoy these HIGHlarious Vines. LOLz!
Ch-ch-check out the top 10 Vines of this week (below)!
This is so amazing!!
Lindsay Lohan has done (and been through) a lot since Mean Girls, but the former child star apparently hasn't forgotten her roots!
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The 29-year-old shared an epic photo on Instagram on Saturday afternoon, commemorating the famous scene in Mean Girls where her character's crush asks her what day it is… on October 3!
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!!!
This is livin' the life!
While most 18-year-olds are in college right now, or getting themselves a job, Kylie Jenner just keeps growing her car collection!
Related: Kylie & Tyga COMPLETELY Ignored Each Other On Date Night!
The reality star posted videos to Snapchat and showing her enjoying a brand new $400,000 Rolls Royce Ghost!!!
Ch-ch-check out the vid she posted of her excitedly running and jumping into the car (below):
We're starting to learn more about the horrifying community college shooting in Oregon.
John Hanlin, the Douglas County Sheriff in Oregon and lead law enforcement officer presiding over the horrible traged at Umpqua Community College, has now confirmed in a press conference that authorities know the cause of death of the shooter.
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Chris Harper Mercer, the attacker in the shooting in Roseburg, Oregon that left many dead and many more injured, apparently died by a self-inflicted gunshot wound after police responded to the scene.
Stephanie Salas, the mother of one of the victims who survived, Rand McGown, told reporters of the scene: