These people have certainly mastered the complex art form that passive aggression. Here are several people have absolutely no qualms about letting their passive aggressive behavior on full display for all to see. Achieving this level of passive aggressiveness is no easy feat. Now you too can enjoy their passive aggression.
We Hear You
We think that the transit authority is just a little bit tired of hearing people’s complaints about the construction. Therefore they felt the need to let the public know that yes, they can hear the complaints, even above the power drills and sledgehammers.
You’re Better Than This
A less-than-subtle approach to let the culprit know that their dishwashing skills are just not cutting it.
This Is Serious Business
Here we see passive aggression at its finest. When you bring up Fortune 500, you know nobody is playing games.
Mama Knows Best
Who is better at using passive aggression in order to guilt you into visiting? Of course it’s your mom. All she did was give you life and wash your dirty dishes, and how do you repay her? By ignoring her calls. Good job. Go call your mom.
Hope You Enjoy My Property, Or Not
This person knows that the perfect way to end any passive aggressive message is with the classic smiley face. It’s like saying, “have a great day, I hope you fall down a flight of stairs.”
They Went There
It’s very clear that this roommate has simply had enough of nasty, hair-filled, clogged up drains. What better way to let the other roommate know how the situation was taken care of than a nice message in his or her own hair?
I’m Used To It
This foundation’s marketing team gets an A+ in passive aggressive manipulation tactics. Now if you throw away this letter asking for donations you look like the biggest jerk in the world. Good luck to you.
Enough Is Enough
We can’t think of a more effective way to express your frustration than with a piece of sad-face toast accompanied by an angry note. What do you think?
The owner of the reindeer mug got quite the passive aggressive response to her snippy message. Not only did everyone else in the office disregard her “no touching my mug” rule, but they posted the evidence to further annoy her. Well done, office people.
She Told Her
Jennifer is the winner of all passive aggressive notes, starting from the “(Not very) Dear,” all the way to the “unsincerely,” this note is the true winner.
No Smoking Means No Smoking
Some people are just too serious about their smoking, and no sign will change that fact.
He Wasn’t Kidding
Nothing is more frustrating than making a request about your food at a restaurant and finding that the request was completely ignored. This person handled the situation perfectly, by literally spelling out the waiter’s mistake with the mistake itself.