It's time to celebrate and reflect on the petty, passive-aggressive things about our friends and family that make them who they are. Here are some of the truly great moments in passive aggression.
Who deserves to get drenched the most?
Congratulations! Your parking is shit.
Tell someone how you really feel by giving them these books.
Slow clap for all of these parents. You're all my heroes.
Can these cakes GET any better?
We all need to be mildly rude sometimes. Comics by Cyanide And Happiness!
When Tampa Bay Lightning fan Steven Paul got a nasty letter from his homeowner's association, he fought back with wit, panache, and a healthy dose of passive aggressiveness. (Full story here.)
Well, that narrows it down.
Ol' JC wants you to want to carry the cross for him.
A great little How-To for all you amateurs who keep accidentally writing friendly, encouraging notes when you're trying to get someone to do something.
David Thorne (of Spider Drawing fame) is back with another absurdly passive aggressive email exchange.
The only thing worse than loud neighbors are loud neighbors that are terrible actors.
Ah, the finest the angry-note genre has to offer.
Together, these two notes tell a beautiful story about the power of compassion.
Another object lesson in how to proceed when you hit someone's car.
What I'm getting from this is that Daves are 1) really passive aggressive, and 2) exceptionally poor judges of beverage quality.
Sometimes it's hard, but it's the right thing to do.
The pull-off tabs are genius. I am so going to start leaving passive aggressive signs like this around my apartment building.
How do you say: 'passive aggressive'?