The internet is addictive. Some folks get more sucked in than others and there’s even a term for it.
As explained by Wikipedia, “extremely online, or chronically online, is a phrase referring to someone closely engaged with Internet culture. People said to be extremely online often believe that online posts are very important.”
If you spend as much time online as we do then you may remember some of these. If not, let us refresh your memory.
Here are some of the most chronically online discourse that occurred in 2022.
This guy yesterday got really mad about in-unit laundry pic.twitter.com/wyh6jrQIQR
— Ben Jay (@FakeBenJay) December 5, 2022
“sidewalks are ableist” was a good one https://t.co/IsMAm8zcJH
— douglas chu 鞠一道 (@douglaschu_) December 5, 2022
Wait, wait! We have a late contender coming in from weird tradcon Twitter!https://t.co/3MNKuKTeYi
— Joe (@JoeR42) December 5, 2022
this whole situation LOL pic.twitter.com/OTv4SmVH01
— 💫✨💫✨ (@reallyboringtbh) December 5, 2022
on a pure text vs interpretation basis, it has to be the woman who loves having coffee with her husband in the garden
— adam moussa (@adamjmoussa) December 5, 2022
what was the one that was like, playing fetch with your dog is a form of abuse? that was an all-timer
— dull as the heart of an unbaked brioche (@merrilymaralie) December 5, 2022
It’s Anne Frank had white privilege and it’s not even close https://t.co/janbKOIZ9n
— Fairy Gothmother, MD (@jenny2x4) December 5, 2022
18. This guy already had a list going so he pretty much summed it up.