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Can't Cope, Won't Cope is back and it's making people on Twitter feel better about their lives

Thank you, Stefanie Preissner.

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AFTER TWO YEARS, Stefanie Preissner’s comedy series Can’t Cope, Won’t Cope finally returned to our screens and people were pretty pleased to see the beginning of the second series.

Things picked up right where they left off, with Danielle and Aisling having killings while Danielle packs to move to Vancouver and leave her messy life behind. Danielle screams at Aisling “Don’t call me until you’ve got your shit together, or you’re a completely different f**king person.” Ouch.

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Aisling’s still in Cork, and things are as grim as ever.

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But when she returns to Dublin, somehow things become even more grim.

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At least we can rely on Taxi Good.

As always, Aisling’s character reminds us that no matter how much we mess up, we could always be doing much worse.

If you’re constantly frustrated by her actions, you’re probably doing something right.

Plus, it’s a reminder that you should never feel bad about cutting those Aislings who are holding you back out of your life.

At the same time though, you can’t help but feel sorry for poor Ais. We all just want what’s best for her.

If you haven’t had a chance to catch up with the first series, it’s been up on Netflix since January! There’s your weekend binge sorted.

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