“After Mark had the unexplainable event of sneezing fire after his bad cold, he constantly had strange occurrences even thereafter. So, he surmised if this "fire” madness was for real, then he should learn to somehow control it so as to not burn things up on accident… like he did with his house door knobs… and weights… and food… So, he takes a match to begin his venture into the art of “firebending”, unbeknownst to himself…“
So at the internet box panel at RTX 2015 Michael “Rage Quit” Jones was late to the panel and therefore had to run around the hall by himself to Big Booty Bitches. I was ready this time and followed him. Enjoy
It may be that the words ‘stress’, ‘rage’ and ‘angry’ are popularly behaving in much the same way as complex gestures in reaction gifs but more as stylized emotional components for actions, that may become more productive morphemes for word formation in future. So once again it seems that, thanks to the internet, we have abundant new ways of conveying our emotions efficiently through language innovation and are no longer reduced to quitting, cleaning or cooking in unfeeling silence.