Passive-aggressiveness can be a beautiful thing when done artfully. And there is perhaps no better canvas for the modern artist than the WiFi network. After all, why settle for "linksys" when you can let your lousy, internet-stealing neighbors know what you really think of them?
Don't know what we're talking about? Take a look at some of our favorite examples of WiFi network slams and conversations below (some real, some fake, all hilarious) and then open your network preferences menu and go to town.
Warning, some NSFW language
More Thin Walls
Not-So-Top-Secret Meth Lab
Man, the FBI is really slacking off these days.
Did someone lose a few lawn ornaments?
Holy Roman Empire(s)
It's a battle for the ages.
Batman Gets Trolled?
At least Winternet Is Coming has some helpful advice.
DMB = Divisive Music, Bro
Well that escalated quickly.
Let's find one more network for "This LAN Was Made For You And Me."
Bring Beer And Women
What could go wrong?
Talk about taking it in stride.
So Many Wins
We want to live in this building.
Print Journalism Loses Another One
What a jerk.
Just Putting It Out There
Onet must be so sad!
It's free if you guess the password... right?
So... this is awkward.
Grindcore At 3 a.m.
We suspect Thundercats Ho is behind this.
Passive aggressiveness reaches an all-time high here.
Who Hates Puppies?
To be fair, there are some great puppy photos on the Internet.
One Way To Advertise A Party
Something tells us this could backfire.
Someone got TWO networks to make this passive aggressive complaint.
STOP Stealing My Internet!
How about you START password-protecting it?
Better than Craigslist?
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