Internet Courage [in-ter-net kur-ij]
1. (see liquid courage) Bravery leading to a form of brazen expression, often offensive, enacted over the world wide web
2. Typically much more intoxicating and ballsier than liquid courage
3. Shielded by a computer screen and readily accessible forms of anonymity, it leads (sometimes) sane people to do or say things they wouldn’t typically do in real-life interactions
If it wasn’t for internet courage, he wouldn’t have sent Jane those unsolicited picture-texts of his pecs.