Every Sunday, it's the same. You're flung on the couch, almost bored to tears, but refusing to do anything even remotely wholesome or worthwhile.
In fact, the only thing which has even a hope of stirring you from your stupor is the talk of a takeaway, and within minutes, you and your BFF have sprung to life.
While initial chat focuses on the desire to take it handy and merely grab a light bite, it's not long before you're knee deep in wedges and chicken wings, promising yourself you'll knock it all on the head come Monday.
Ladies, it's like looking in a mirror…
Female friendships are pretty complex; there’s the standard friendship and then there’s the BFF friendship.
And as you all know, the closer you are to someone, the more truthful, candid and downright insulting you will be.
While exchanges with friends generally result in the presentation of a sugar-coated version of your life, conversations with best friends are very, very different.
Diluted domestic scenarios are shared between friends while cold hard truths about family members are tossed between best friends.
Compliments flow between friends while insults take flight between best friends.
Women know the drill, but thanks to Hollywood, it’s no surprise that men have a very different understanding of what goes on when two women meet up to catch up.
Thankfully, Emma Doran and Jen Hatton are here to set them straight.
Hell hath no fury like a retailer worker dealing with a nightmare of a customer.
If you've ever worked on a shop floor, a recent Facebook offering from Jen Hatton and Emma Doran is bound to resonate with you.
And resonate hard, ladies.
From customers who assume you're a mathematician to members of the public who think you have all the time in the world, the following two videos are some of the most accurate representations of the life of a retail worker we have ever seen.
Oh, and don't get us started on customers who show up five minutes before closing for a leisurely browse…
We'll let Jen and Emma take it from here.
For a city of its relatively diminutive size, Dublin has one fairly well-known and highly-publicised divide, and it comes in the form of the great Northside / Southside division.
Oh, this capital city is divided by more than just the river Liffey; it's divided by accent, the use of certain terms, and the wearing of certain clothes.
Using the classic morning-after-the-night-before postmortem as a platform, Emma Doran and Jen Hatton tapped into this divide, and Facebook is all over it.
We'll let the ladies themselves take it from here…
Look, women are complex creatures.
In the space of one car journey, we can boomerang between moods, contemplate the meaning of life, and be utterly – albeit momentarily – distracted by the sighting of a small dog.
And we're not apologising for nothing or no one.
Tapping into the various elements that help to comprise the vast majority of our solo car journeys, Jen Hatton recreated a scene which we admit looks all too familiar.
Ringing any bells, ladies?
There are few things more harrowing than the morning after the night before when work looms large on the horizon and you genuinely don't know if you're capable of human interaction such is the extent of your hangover.
With a dry mouth, a pounding head and a healthy dose of The Fear, you attempt to go about your daily routine, and – we'll be honest here – you fail miserably.
While cleaning your teeth and brushing your hair wouldn't reduce you to tears on a standard morning, it's enough to leave you a trembling mess after one too many gins and the discovery of a rogue chicken nugget in your bed.
Hats off to Jen Hatton who perfectly illustrated what it's like to start your day the hungover way.
Look, we've all been there, but knowing that you're not alone doesn't make it any easier when the people who are meant to have your back let you down again and again, right?
When it seems like your relationship with someone is unbalanced, and you're the only one actively participating, it's not long before you crack.
Tearful phone calls, frustrated accusations and the support of true friends is how most of us handle the disappointment, and Jen Hatton and Emma Doran are no different.
In a Facebook video which has been viewed more than 20,000 since its upload, the Facebook personalities perfectly illustatrate what it's like to feel at the end of your tether… with a certain someone.
We'll let the girls take it from here…
There are few among us who haven't done a little 'investigating' on social media in our time.
Whether it's trawling Facebook groups for the kid you sat beside in Junior Infants or launching a fullblown search for your ex-boyfriend's new girlfriend, we've all been there.
And when you eventually come up short, you turn to your mate who could easily establish her own P.I service, right?
Reminding us that we're not alone in our endeavours, Emma Doran and Jen Hatton shared a video which perfectly illustrates the lengths we go to and the conclusions we jump to when our curiosity gets the better of us.
We'll let these ladies take it from here…
No matter how certain you are that the right decision has been made, the aftermath of a break-up is far from plain sailing.
Whether you instigated the split or not, it's not always easy to deal with the feelings of loss, confusion and frustration that follow the demise of a relationship.
So, you lean on your friends and family for support… and then promptly ignore every bit of advice they dole out, right?
Hitting the nail on the head with this one, Jen Hatton and Emma Doran illustrate the various stages a person goes through when reflecting on a broken relationship over a bottle (or two) of vino.
We'll be honest here, this cut a little close to the bone…