Twitter, where someone is probably talking shit about you right now. Photo: Justin Sullivan / Getty

People are annoying. When you have no other outlet to vent about how annoying people are, social media might seem like a fine place to air your grievances. This, however, is a bad idea. It’s known as “subtweeting,” and all it serves to do is make your entire friend base self-conscious while making you look like a petty shit-talker. Still, it’s an urge that’s hard to resist.

There’s good news, though. Twitter user Corey Kindberg (@coreykindberg) will serve as a third-party conduit for your subtweet, allowing you to remain anonymous while your bitchy dig reaches an audience that’s probably much bigger than yours (Kindberg has roughly 9,000 followers as of this posting.)

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If you’re brave enough, dive deep into those replies and start obsessing over which one just totally, absolutely has to be about you, because theoretically, it could be. Here are some of our favorites:

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The lesson here? Someone is probably talking shit about your wedding.

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