Before social media really took hold, we were forced to quietly seethe about life’s little injustices. If you had a problem, you could either tell your journal or, god forbid, someone you actually trusted with your emotions. Nowadays, though? Your problem is everyone’s problem, baby, and Twitter is just waiting for you to go hog-wild on every setback hiccup existence kicks up.
That ready-made echo chamber has received an absolute workout over the past 24 hours, thanks to literary agent Juliet Mushens. She had the gall to ask what really rankles the average Twitter user:
Name the TV show plot line that you’re still angry about. Mine? Rachel/Joey.
— Juliet Mushens (@mushenska) August 7, 2017
And the responses are as rabid as they are numerous.
We’ve got Friends, with a minor caveat:
Rachel/Joey, for sure. It was a stalling tactic for a Ross/Rachel finale but it was awful. The One Where Ross is Fine is amazing though.
— Lynsey James (@LynseyJWrites) August 7, 2017
Definitely, one of my personal favourites. pic.twitter.com/sMd920JNSO
— Lynsey James (@LynseyJWrites) August 8, 2017
There’s Gilmore Girls, despite its revival:
Lorelei and Luke breaking you and her randomly marrying Christopher in Gilmore Girls.
— Alison May (@MsAlisonMay) August 7, 2017
Of course there’s How I Met Your Mother:
Ted/The Mother on HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER.
— Iris Blasi (@IrisBlasi) August 7, 2017
The drawn-out drama that was Pretty Little Liars:
The game-changing departure in The Office:
Gossip Girl’s propulsive twist:
The rampant savagery in Sex & The City:
The recent but no less confusing tonal shift in Sherlock:
Ugh, fucking Dexter:
DEXTER. Why leave it at that? LUMBERJACK??????????? pic.twitter.com/n2jcwEJGa5
— HL$TR 🖤 (@Hlstrr) August 8, 2017
Then, there’s the future disappointment that Game Of Thrones promises:
Can I just proactively say I’ll be annoyed by the last episode of Game of Thrones now, saves me bother of getting annoyed about it later on
— Gareth Slater (@Gareth_E_Slater) August 8, 2017
And someone who is still upset an adult (and extra-dimensional) FBI agent didn’t shack up with a high schooler:
Seriously, Agent Dale Cooper was always far too busy scarfing pie and fighting evil itself to waste it all on a cashed-up kid. And that’s the
With that in mind, if you feel like having a scream into the void, feel free to do so right HERE.