Although it would be nice to get to know bae in glamorous locations around the world, romance isn't exactly how it appears on TV. This hilarious Bachelorette spoof from Funny or Die, which features Keke Palmer and her house full of millennial suitors, perfectly captures the annoying realities of dating today: disappearing text bubbles, Tinder, and the fact that a relationship isn't everyone's No. 1 priority. You'll feel these guys' pain as they vie to be her "one true nonexclusive soul mate."

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