Adele's fans on the American side of the Atlantic did not have a good day on Thursday.
Tickets for the "Hello" singer's North American tour went on sale to the public at 10 a.m. and were immediately swept up by lucky fans and ticket broker sites, leaving many grief-stricken Adele-lovers in the lurch.
Fans complained about everything from the price of the tickets to the long wait-times for buying tickets to the unavailability of the tickets – seemingly nothing was going well for the majority of those hoping to see Adele in person when her tour comes stateside in July.
With Ticketmaster's servers lagging due to high traffic volume, according to Billboard, and increased security measures, implemented by Adele's team to discourage scalpers, many looking to purchase tickets had to kill time complaining about the process on Twitter.
Luckily, it appears that frustration has a knack of spurring creativity, and perhaps the one good thing to come away from this irritating experience is snarky Twitter rage.
Here are some of the best comments regarding many fans’ stressful ticket-purchasing experience.
Hello from the ticket line. I've clicked refresh a thousand times. #adeletickets— Maggie Sage Hunter (@swaggie_hunter) December 17, 2015
Getting Adele tickets is worse than being in the Hunger Games.— Alex Goldschmidt (@alexandergold) December 17, 2015
Whoever's sad about not getting #adeletickets, I'm sure she has a song for that feeling.— Alexander Quebec (@RecklessSpender) December 18, 2015