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The Deepest Rage You've Ever Known
Posted 5/22/11 , edited 5/22/11
Suppose you were played by someone who you thought loved you, or some lunatic burned your home down with your family inside. Perhaps everything you worked so hard to get in life never happened for you, because it was stolen away by someone far less than noble.

The shit we deal with...
Posted 5/22/11
My dad stole 20 bucks from me.
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Politicians that don't keep promises *cough* Nick Clegg.
"Don't worry guys, I won't put up university fees"

Month later... university fees - TRIPLED. *RAGE*
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When I was 8, someone broke my chains and stole my bike from school. I ended up walking three miles home in tears.
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I was 10 or so.
My father gave me a RC car for my birthday, and I was so happy!
Then he took all the money I got from my grandparents to pay for it...
That's almost 20 years ago, and I've still not forgiven him.
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When my dad died my aunts sold mostly everything in his house and kept the rest. Some of the stuff there was ours anyhow
We got harassed for accepting a tv he had from my grandmother >.>
Made me angry...
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aznslayer93 wrote:

When I was 8, someone broke my chains and stole my bike from school. I ended up walking three miles home in tears.


I had my bike stolen from school when I was like 12/13 but I didn't lock mine up, rather we had a bike shed which was supposed to be monitored by CCTV. School barely did anything about it.
I cried but luckily I only lived about 25 mins away, week later I ended up getting a new bike. :/


CherryBear wrote:

When my dad died my aunts sold mostly everything in his house and kept the rest. Some of the stuff there was ours anyhow
We got harassed for accepting a tv he had from my grandmother >.>
Made me angry...


My Nan died and similar story here, my auntie insisted everything must be sold ignoring the fact that my Mum didn't want that.
I hate how people can have horrible lusts for money at times... My family is trying to cope with a loss and all my Auntie cared about was selling everything. ><
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A few years back like in 2009 i think, there was this guy who suddenly started bullying me, I get mad pretty fast when someone does that for no reason. Kept it bottled in for 2 weeks because the guy was huge and i was small for my age. After those 2 weeks i snapped, punched him right in the face, kept punching him, and after that he never bullied me again. Exams were right after that and I didn't see him for some time. I met him again a couple of months ago and he was suddenly very friendly.

Guess things do work out when you do something back. Because even if they mercilessly beat the living hell out of you afterwards (which wasn't my case haha) they know you will at least fight back and that you aren't afraid of them. And no one wants to get hit.

Don't know why he decided to be a ****. As far as I'm concerned I'm not geeky, have a lot of friends. But then again maybe it was my height. I was really small...

Well I went to a new school after exams. Of course there was another guy that was trying me out, and tried to hold me still with my hands behind my back and my knee blocked, but I just kicked back on his leg and then jumped back so he fell on the ground pretty hard, and next break he tried something again and I just threw him on the floor (haha surprising for a little guy, but I also do karate, and I only use it when necesary, never to boast!) next thing I know he suddenly treats me as we are friends and really sucked up to me. Well I didn't hold a grudge since he didn't bully anyone anymore, or at least not around me.

I hate bullying, but I myself wasn't really bullied but 2 weeks and on elementary because I was too shy and barely spoke. Allthough on elementary wasn't too bad either...

Hope anyone found this post usefull in some way.

Oh and wow I went off topic pretty far, but I'm sure more people feel really angry when bullied. Or angry at themselves for not standing up because their afraid. So I hope this helps anyone in that situation.
Posted 5/22/11
I remember my grandmother stole about $350 from me. I still never forgave her for that.
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My father is really horrible to my mother at times. She's not in the best mental state, shall we say, and he doesn't seem to care. He makes snide comments and that only make her worse; I'm always left to pick up the pieces. When I try to explain to my father what it does to her, he just sulks and says, "Well, obviously I'm not needed here!" to make us all feel guilty, like we're picking on him for no reason. That's a time when I feel the most rage.
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Posted 5/22/11 , edited 5/22/11

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My father is really horrible to my mother at times. She's not in the best mental state, shall we say, and he doesn't seem to care. He makes snide comments and that only make her worse; I'm always left to pick up the pieces. When I try to explain to my father what it does to her, he just sulks and says, "Well, obviously I'm not needed here!" to make us all feel guilty, like we're picking on him for no reason. That's a time when I feel the most rage.


My step dad did that to my mother. Well, I crushed his pride a little, by beating him in the one thing he took pride in, he used to be undefeated in this stupid game of his (can't remember it) had awards and stuff, I never played it but the rules were simple. Beat him, and beat him good. Never seen someone's pride shatter like that.

Some idiot bully in school thought he was all big and bad (cause he took up half the hall way) so when I move around him he pushes me into a corner and threatening me, well all I remember is blacking out I wake up in the nurses office with a bruise asking what happened to big and ugly, he was in the hospital with a broken nose. I find out later, I did it >.> How I didn't get fined for that I do not know. How come I can't remember breaking his nose, I don't know but it is disappointing I would love to see the look on his face with a 6'2 125 lbs (at the time) weakling easily breaks his nose (I somehow see myself doing a palm heel thrust to break his nose, as I am darn sure I couldn't do it with my fist, too weak and a palm thrust is faster)
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wossie wrote:

A few years back like in 2009 i think, there was this guy who suddenly started bullying me, I get mad pretty fast when someone does that for no reason. Kept it bottled in for 2 weeks because the guy was huge and i was small for my age. After those 2 weeks i snapped, punched him right in the face, kept punching him, and after that he never bullied me again. Exams were right after that and I didn't see him for some time. I met him again a couple of months ago and he was suddenly very friendly.

Guess things do work out when you do something back. Because even if they mercilessly beat the living hell out of you afterwards (which wasn't my case haha) they know you will at least fight back and that you aren't afraid of them. And no one wants to get hit.

Don't know why he decided to be a ****. As far as I'm concerned I'm not geeky, have a lot of friends. But then again maybe it was my height. I was really small...

Well I went to a new school after exams. Of course there was another guy that was trying me out, and tried to hold me still with my hands behind my back and my knee blocked, but I just kicked back on his leg and then jumped back so he fell on the ground pretty hard, and next break he tried something again and I just threw him on the floor (haha surprising for a little guy, but I also do karate, and I only use it when necesary, never to boast!) next thing I know he suddenly treats me as we are friends and really sucked up to me. Well I didn't hold a grudge since he didn't bully anyone anymore, or at least not around me.

I hate bullying, but I myself wasn't really bullied but 2 weeks and on elementary because I was too shy and barely spoke. Allthough on elementary wasn't too bad either...

Hope anyone found this post usefull in some way.

Oh and wow I went off topic pretty far, but I'm sure more people feel really angry when bullied. Or angry at themselves for not standing up because their afraid. So I hope this helps anyone in that situation.


I know that feeling all too well. Although I never really hit anyone and I mainly kept to myself. But there was this one guy who constantly bullied me during my first years in high school, he also did the same to my friends as well.
Suddenly rumors started going around that I was going to hit him if he annoyed me again, surprisingly he became friendly after that.
I was a prime target though during the start of high school since anything pretty much made me cry and I was weak so I made a few enemies. Now however I can just ignore everything and I love playing violent/fighting, doesn't mean I go around starting pointless fights though.
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When you have held your emotions in for so long (7 + years) that you can't cry or do anything of that sort, and you can't release them.It can have some pretty devastating effects. If you push me hard enough I will snap at you, although I put up with a lot of shit from people, there is only so much I can take.
Posted 5/22/11
` Complications occurring with my family
` Encountering bullying in school and not doing about it
Posted 5/22/11
I downplay my emotions.

I don't tolerate some things easily....

and when I snap, I see bloody red.....

and show my dark side....
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