The Outrage

It was an outrage. At least three people in the office were outraged. They could barely contain themselves. They didn’t contain themselves. They threw their arms up into the air. Sweat started to line their brows. They uttered sounds of indignation and unease, furious with the situation and they way it had occurred. They couldn’t believe it. It was an injustice, an indignity, and a disgrace. A defiling of social values. They looked at one another aghast, shared an understanding and came to unspoken conclusions. They nodded their heads and with screwed up faces the outraged individuals started moving, in a small mob, towards the exit.