I only cook people on Wednesdays, Saturdays and sometimes during Monday night football, the rest of the time I would prefer to not be looked at funny for being a country near the Czech Republic, thank you.
sycoz, if taking a photograph of a passive-aggressive grammar nazi’s pettiness is what you gotta do to make your ‘family dog walk alot more entertaining’, then you should get a better dog and a better family.
no, passive aggression is when you say or write something that is meant to be aggressive, but is worded in such a way that it isn’t. Hence “PASSIVE” aggression. I have clicked that tab, and most of those notes ARE passive aggressive. When you openly say “stop abusing apostrophes” it isn’t passive– there is no discretion. It’s openly telling you what you’re doing wrong. It isn’t being indirect. Here, let me help you: http://lmgtfy.com/?q=passive+aggressive+definition
But leaving a whiny-ass note is being passive about your aggression. Finding out who the soulless, apostrophe-abusing sonofawhore was and kicking their grammatically-incorrect teeth in would be aggressive-aggressive.
anything written is passive. Physical violence is the only form of direct, active aggression. All this and more on “When Retards Lose their Dictionaries”. Gill, what’re you two boyfriends or something?