Feel a Twitter rant coming on, but too incensed to separate it into 140-character segments?
Never fear, Little Pork Chop is here.
Created by tech developer Dave Winer, the new tool allows users to paste whole rants into a text box.
From there, the words are automatically divided into tweet-length instalments and listed in sequential order so users can simply copy and paste their ready-made rages.
It also immediately calculates how many tweets you will need to send to express all your feelings adequately.
For example, Network's crazed newsreader Howard Beale would need 17 tweets to send his famous "mad as hell" monologue into the Twittersphere.