If you thought the parodies of Adele's "Hello" were over, guess again. These babies aren't going anywhere, and from the looks of it, we're predicting they'll keep rolling into 2016. The latest is "30" by Chanel Carroll, who hilariously touches on the struggles of turning the big 3-0.

Things get too real in the video when Carroll sings:

"Hello, Mom, can you hear me? I'm in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, dreaming of when you washed clothes for me. When I was 12 and rent was free."

We get it. We know exactly how it feels to be almost three decades old with a crap full of expectations, especially from our Latino families. Why aren't you married? When are you having kids? When are you going to lose the roommate and buy your own place? The struggle IS real.

This is just one of many hilarious "Hello" parodies circling around the Internet. In fact, as much as we LOVE Adele's original song, it's depressing. You could be having the best day of your life and then you hear that song, and the next thing you know you're curled up on the couch, texting your ex and crying. The parodies, on the other hand, are funny as hell, which is why we decided to round up a few of our faves to make you feel good this Friday.

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Ellen DeGeneres

Leave it to Ellen to not only make her parody look like an actual conversation she had over the phone with Adele, but to throw Drake's "Hotline Bling" in there. Genius!

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The Muppets

Miss Piggy went full-on Adele in this video calling her ex Kermit, and boy did it get emotional. It's still crazy funny, though!

Lionel Richie

Adele says: "Hello." Lionel Richie asks: "Hello, is it me you're looking for?" It's just brilliant.

Liam Neeson

Anyone who has seen Taken would SO appreciate this one!

SNL

Not your typical Adele "Hello" parody, but definitely proves the affect this song has on pretty much everyone on this planet.

Key of Awesome

This non-celeb-created parody is probably one of the most creative of the bunch. It not only touches on how CRAZY Adele's lyrics about her ex really sound, but also addresses that outdated flip phone situation. You have to appreciate that.

Billy Eichner and James Corden

These two decided to give each other a ring about celebrating Halloween together. There's costumes and everything. "There's such a difference between Milk Duds and a Milky Way." Ha!