UberEx Is Basically The Ride-Sharing Experience Of Your Nightmares

Uber Rides Don't Get Any More Awkward Than This

Running into your ex is awkward. Getting into a random person's car when you request an Uber can also be awkward. Getting into the car and discovering that the driver is your ex? That's basically the most awkward experience imaginable.

In the video above, the good people at the Second City Network bring us UberEx, a ride-sharing service where your driver is uncomfortably familiar with you and all your destination points.

UberEx -- the far, far worse version of UberX.

This article has been updated to note that the video originated with the Second City Network.

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