That moment when

Ugh, I should know better than to comment while upset.

But those goddamned rounded corners in Chrome.

I don’t know why there’s not customizable options. I don’t know why the font has gotten so small. I don’t know why the tabs don’t change color on hover to differentiate them. I don’t know why the address bar is black and gray font on a gray background. I don’t know why my eyes hurt from straining to read.

All I know is that I don’t like change. And when change meets me… I guess I get a bit deranged? And also kind of rhymy.

I definitely know better than to comment angry, but I’ve done it several times in the past. It’s an inevitable downward slide, accompanied by flailing limbs and a Caps Lock. It’s usually followed by a metaphorically regretful morning after.

I wasn’t even terrible. I could have been much worse. I could also have been kinder.

Sometimes change is hard. Especially if a company doesn’t discuss things with their users and doesn’t offer a to-be-expected level of customization.

Things like that lead to hurt feelings and a migration from Chrome to Firefox.

And by the way, the reason I originally left Firefox for Chrome? It was because Firefox changed its appearance–adding rounded corners.