On Chromefags

Dear Chromefag,

The address bar of Firefox also functions as a search bar by default. Also, Firefox uses less memory over the number of tabs, Google for evidence (ironic, isn't it?). I'll admit that Chrome is a pretty little browser, but I'll be keeping my browser with all the important extensions attached as my default, thank you.

tl;dr: Shut up.


Firefox User,

This is similar to my Macfags entry, except I'm not against the browser in all honesty. It's just its fanbase and all those fans (okay, maybe just one particular fan) doing all they can to make me switch that irritates me.


On Noisy Neighbors

Dear Neighbors,

Even though you're related to the landlady, this doesn't excuse you for being so fucking noisy. Maybe I can overlook when your audible volume is over 9000 decibels at day. But when it's already past midnight, that's when I start to rage.

I can also overlook the fact that you fail to discipline your children, who seem to cry at least three times every hour. But when this failure goes past the normal person's bedtime, that I cannot overlook anymore.

Please, for the love of sanity, learn to control your volumes. People are trying to sleep.

tl;dr: You're too fucking loud at midnight.


Your (Un)Friendly Neighborhood Ranterman,


On Facebook "Gamers"

Dear Gamer,

Oh wait, you aren't one.


Non-Casual Gamer,


On Parent MRT Passengers

Dear Parents,

When you let your child use the train with you, make sure he is behaved and properly taught of passenger decorum. The most important rule to remember is that you make sure you are comfortable without discomforting others.

There is a train reserved for women and children. Of course, parents are allowed in regardless of gender. This means even if you are a couple, you are still allowed in the special carriage because of your child. Use this privilege. Please.

However, regardless of the carriage you decide to use, do not make use of the MRT seats as your child's cradle. More importantly, do not allow them to use me or any other passenger as their footrest and kicking bag, especially if your child is susceptible to tantrums, and more especially if your child's feet are dirty and smelly.

In addition to that, do not allow your child to scream in his loudest voice during these tantrums and fits. The train is not your private residence to be spoiling him. Discipline him accordingly when using this public utility.

tl;dr: No loud and spoiled children with dirty feet kicking me inside the train, please.


Appaled MRT Passenger,