Good Festivus, Internet! The Airing Of Grievances Went Down On Twitter

In true pop culture fashion, people worldwide are celebrating Festivus, particularly the Airing Of Grievances. It’s beautiful, and garners a real sense of gorgeously hateful community spirit. We got a lotta problems with you, life, and now you’re gonna hear about it!
Are you completely and utterly lost, or didn’t own a television in the 90s? Well, we are speaking of the great and wise Frank Costanza from Seinfeld, and his greatest triumph in life: the creation of Festivus. 
Here y’are:
The truly beautiful tradition has now translated onto ~tha world wide web~, so rather than completing the Airing of Grievances after Festivus dinner (how it traditionally celebrated), people now tell their families and friends how they’ve disappointed them via Twitter. 
Here are some of our personal faves:
Also a shoutout to Hulu for this lil auto-tuned beauty:

GOOD JOB, INTERNET! It truly was a Festivus for the rest of us. 
Source: Twitter.
Photo: Seinfeld.