That was a very long run-on sentence that explains why I think the IRS stands for I Really Suck, Guys. The "G" is silent.
Only the IRS could make their website worse than just filling out the stupid paper form. That's why I think the IRS should have a Facebook page, so I can "like" it, then "unlike" it. It would give me a sense of satisfaction to do that, because there is nothing better.
Well, I just checked, and the IRS does, in fact, have a Facebook page. So, I made a small, boring collage of photos of me "liking" then "unliking" it:
|They look so happy. Lies.|
|As if "liking" them isn't enough, they then asked, before confirming my "like", if I would recommend them to friends. I recommended them in my own special way.|
|Finally, before following proceeding to "unlike", I took notice of how many "likes" they had.|
I don't care how silly and childish this was. I feel better. Facebook can be therapeutic.