If you have been sobbing uncontrollably since Ryan Gosling announced that he is taking a break from acting, then the “Gosline” may be right for you.
British streaming service Blinkbox has set up a helpline called #TheGosline, promising to console distraught fans for a “standard fee”, The Telegraph reports. The Huffington Post added that the call contains famous lines from the actor’s movies, such as the tearful monologue from The Notebook: “it’s going to be really hard; we’re gonna have to work at this every day, but I wanna do that because I want you. I want you. I want all of you, forever, every day. You and me, every day.”
(@blinkbox) March 23, 2013
I may have just called #thegosline and weeped a little—
Tash D'Arcy (@tash_darcy) March 28, 2013
I've just called the #gosline. I'm not even ashamed.—
Dani Millward (@dani_johanna) March 25, 2013
The hot line is not the first of its kind. The Daily Mail points out that the British-based “Twi-line” took care of Twilight fans who were heartbroken when the Twilight series ended.
On a brighter note, Gosling devotees can stay in denial a little bit longer by going to seeing the actor in Place Beyond The Pines, out in theaters today.