Well, I had this sad experience. I was like, really mad, so I picked up something from the floor... and threw it across the room, really hard. Then, calmed down and reliefed, i slowly approached the thing i had thrown.. and it turned out to be ... My black Power Ranger! :'( It even lost one arm and a leg :'(.
I still feel bad for it. I never got over it.
For real? Well, I can't exactly remember what I did when I was really mad.
Just scream like a wookie, preferably in a crowded public place, and all your anger will be gone, guaranteed* *not a guarantee
Snipes With Artillery
22nd March 2005
Oh man, I love doing that. I apparently do it really well, too.
ZeRoNiTeYou really need to be contained, you could of killed that guy.
He could have killed him, not 'of'. But I agree, he's a lunatic, should be locked up, or a bullshitter. More likely a bullshitter.
Angry SamHe could have killed him, not 'of'.
But I agree, he's a lunatic, should be locked up, or a bullshitter. More likely a bullshitter.
I'll go with the latter =)
Wanna go Double Dutch?
9th December 2003
Wraith 5Just scream like a wookie, preferably in a crowded public place, and all your anger will be gone, guaranteed* *not a guarantee
If you repeat often nough the man in white coats might come for you and use them pointy needles to calm you down. ;)
Hye Sam, don't get angry at me. The dude was high and was saying horrible crap to my friend. (He is mexican). He called my friend a bunch of racist names, I wont say, and he grabbed him and put him against a wall. I nicely asked the kid to lay off but he didn't. Instead he felt like pushing me so my first reaction was to hit him, then I just kept swinging until I resorted to making his face meet a locker. No one likes him anyways.
hmmm few fist holes in my old cupboard a few holes in the door to... and yet those things were just small spillovers, I bottle every little thing up so i'm not a very happy guy though I am alittle concerned about what would happen if I let it all out at once, directed at a person :uhm:
I threw a clothing rack thing at a painting in my house and smashed the glass on the frame.
Hmm...I try and refrain from breaking things, as it's very incriminating evidence, and plus, you then have to clean it up. Although once I was trying to make my mirror (free standing, as tall as me) stay straight, and it just wouldn't. So I shoved it away from me and it toppled sideways and smashed my bedroom window. When my Mum came home I explained to her what the "cats" had done to my window ;)