The Merriam-Webster Dictionary twitter account is typically what you'd expect from an electronic resource that lists the words of a language, gives their meaning, the equivalent words in a different language, and provides information about pronunciation, origin, and usage.

However, the Merriam-Wesbter Dictionary is also not one to be f*cked with, and one unrelenting troll found that out with one swift, six-word tweet. 

It started when the MWD account tweeted about the difference between "mad" and "angry."

Ironically, this harmless tweet prompted editor Gabriel Roth to become #madonline, resulting in the following, nauseating rant, and the subsequent kill shot from Merriam-Webster and their loyal followers.

Are you finished or are you done, Gabriel?

Dude went to WORK on a report about the "narcissistically gratified" parents who let kids smoke pot at their house because of a simple tweet about how "mad" and "angry" can be used interchangeably.

The Merriam-Webster Dictionary summed up everything quite nicely though, "No one cares how you feel."