The first day back at work after a long weekend can be particularly gruesome. This is because in those three long, glorious days since you've been at your office job, you've remembered how to live your life outside of the Internet.
You've perhaps experimented with human conversations and socializing. Maybe if things went really well, you even enjoyed a bit of physical contact, maybe you shared wine in a park, let the sun briefly light upon your pallid shoulders, maybe you laughed out loud at something someone said rather than the .gif or email or gchat they sent. Maybe you were briefly alive again, and now you're back at work, staring at a computer, sneaking peaks at your favorite news sites or whatnot to pass the weary hours. Maybe you're trying to remember how you do this thing, this Internet thing, this workaday thing. It seems weird, today, doesn't it? Everything just a bit off, as if you're jet-lagged or numbed in the brain or possibly drugged?
Not to worry! Reading the Internet is like riding a bicycle, except you don't burn as many calories or have the health benefits of being in the fresh air. But there are certain principles that remain the same, constants that you know in the back of your brains and tips of your fingers regardless of the breaks you take or long weekends that are thrust upon you without your approval. One of those things is anger. On the Internet, we often call this Outrage, often appending it with the word "Internet" to distinguish it from the regular sort. This means, you get mad about things, things you see on the Internet. Try it, it is fun! Herewith, the varied ways in which to experience this emotion, ranging from amateur dalliances to full-on rage.