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Something you were super mad about when you were little.
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O.o............. The most my sister's ever done is stab me with a fork, how old was she when this happened??

She was 15 when she tried to kill me.

Dude, that's intense......
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Whenever I was last in something.
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Probably a lot of typical silly things kids would get mad about. But, one in particular that I remember was my parents wouldn't take me to see Jurassic Park when it came out in theaters. They said it would be too scary for me and they went with out me!
Posted 8/5/13

runfromlegion wrote:

Probably a lot of typical silly things kids would get mad about. But, one in particular that I remember was my parents wouldn't take me to see Jurassic Park when it came out in theaters. They said it would be too scary for me and they went with out me!


That story made me laugh for some reason.

Did they ever concede or show it to you on tape?
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I think the maddest i ever remember getting was when i was maybe 6 or 7 years old. My Mother was planning to quit smoking and she had left her last cigarette out to smoke that evening. I found it during the day and thought i would snap it to help her quit and she found that later and got really angry at me yelling and grounding me. I was really upset about it of course now i am older i can see the big picture of why she was angry but at the time i threw a huge tantrum because i felt wronged since in my mind i was being punished for trying to help.

I like to think i did help because after that she did stop smoking and has not smoked again to this day.
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GayAsianBoy wrote:


runfromlegion wrote:

Probably a lot of typical silly things kids would get mad about. But, one in particular that I remember was my parents wouldn't take me to see Jurassic Park when it came out in theaters. They said it would be too scary for me and they went with out me!


That story made me laugh for some reason.

Did they ever concede or show it to you on tape?


No go on the theater, grandma came to babysit me while they went out. They did pre-order the VHS, we picked it up the day it came out. Can't remember if I got scared watching it though...

Another one just came back... We were going home from Disney World and I had a plastic toy sword that the TSA or whoever wouldn't let on the plane. Yup, huge tantrum.
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It wasn't anger, but...
My father told me to get my sister and her friends out of my room this one time, I think. They wouldn't listen. How dare they defy the orders of the ruler? What madness is this? So, I threw a bunch of stuff and made them listen to command.
Posted 8/5/13
On the playground this older kid coursed me into trading my Hypnosis for one of those Energy cards. I was so angry after I found out I had been scammed.
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Well, there was this time that a relative (who I will not name) broke all my crayons! I still haven't quite gotten over the trauma, and feel a little ambivalent about crayon drawings--Do I love them? Do I hate them? I can't quite decide.
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When I was young, I had a pet cat that I loved very dearly. We had her since I was a very small child, and she was actually quite old. We often let her roam outside so she wasn't a house cat. It wasn't strange for her to be gone for the night and come home the next morning.

Then, a whole day passed, and another, and another and she didn't come back. I got worried and said to my parents "we need to go look for the cat, she may be lost or hurt" to which they replied "She'll be fine. I'm sure she'll come back eventually."

More time passed and I got persistent and said "She's missing, we need to go find her" To which they replied "We lied. We actually gave her up." I was furious. There are no words to describe the betrayal I felt knowing that they gave up the family cat and lied about it.

Even later, I found out that they had lied again. They didn't actually give her up, but rather had her put down. As I said, the cat was rather old and at the time I was too young to see that she had quite a few problems both physically and mentally. Still, when I found out that they had not only put her down but lied to me about it twice, I seriously hated them. They were like murderers to me. I realize now that they did it out of love, but even to this day I still kind of hold it against them. I really loved that cat . . .
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Posted 8/5/13
curfews!
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when my mom told me one day i would grow up and marry a boy lol i remember getting so upset with her and crying say no that i wanted to marry my friend instead :p
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I remember back when I was 9 or 10 I think, I was at my cousin's house just minding my own buisness. When suddenly my cousin comes up and starts annoying me and calling me names, eventually I got really angry and gave him a few hits. But in the end he managed to beat me up and I just ending up leaving very, very, sad and angry...
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1. When my friends said that the X-Men cartoon of the early-mid 90's sucked.
2. When my friends said that Spawn was just Batman with devils and angels.
3. When people said that Mortal Kombat II/Primal Rage/Killer Instinct was better than Street Fighter II Turbo
4. Stupid classmates who said that Megazord could beat Godzilla in a fight
Yeah I am child of the 90s if you can't tell by this post.
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Another time I got really mad was when I was blamed for taking or losing my grandma's gold watch.

It was morning and my grandma was going out. She left me at home with my best friend who had come over earlier. I was 8 years old. Now, all we did was watch cartoons, rummage through my Lego collection to build things, and played with bugs in the backyard. My grandma had been picking vegetables from the garden before she left, and she left some of the veggies on the counter and put the rest in the freezer. Being children, we didn't bother with the vegetables. Instant noodles and popcorn and canned pasta were our snacks. The last I saw of her watch that day was when she was prepping the greens on the kitchen counter.

Since she wore the watch whenever she went out, I didn't pay much attention to it and thought she wore it outside. She came home in the afternoon looking frantically for her watch. I suggested that maybe she lost it outside but she claimed that she had noticed it wasn't on her wrist when she left the house in her friend's car. Trying to be helpful, I told her I last saw it in the kitchen before she left. She started looking for it but found nothing and deduced that I had taken the watch or had lost it when I was playing with it. Her alternative theory was that my best friend took it, which was also bull.

Now what would a kid want with a watch? I hated looking at numbers and I wasn't stupid. I grew up around precious gems and jewelry and gold and other rare commodities. I knew the watch was valuable so there's no way I'd be so careless if I picked it up. And playing with a watch? How do you play with a watch? Even with my wildly creative mind, there would be no fun way to play with a watch. Especially since there was a huge case of Lego bricks at my disposal. I also trusted my best friend, and he had been with me all day. Neither of us had opened the fridge or even thought about touching the vegetables on the counter.

After my friend left, my grandma still hadn't found her watch. She told my aunt about it and they yelled at me together as I attempted to defend myself. But adults are always right and children don't have a say, so I wasn't doing very well. They even called my best friend's family to see if he took the watch. His family was pretty well-off, so they confirmed that he hadn't taken it after searching his clothes. His parents told my family not to be so harsh since it was just a watch and probably was simply misplaced. My family sounded understanding and compliant on the phone but I knew better. After hanging up, the interrogation continued. I was asked the same questions dozens of times and my responses, naturally, were always the same as well. I hid nothing and refused to lie to tell my crazy family what they wanted to hear. I stood my ground even at the threat of violence, but they were beyond reason, too hellbent on proving I was a liar to be more sensible.

It was past my bedtime at this point. My hands stung and pulsed. They were a bright red from being whipped with a bamboo switch. I'd cried so much that there were no more tears left and my face was red and raw from wiping the tears away. I was told to kneel on the rough brick mantle of the fireplace until I could turn up the watch. I wanted to retaliate physically but I knew I would not stand a chance and that it would not prove anything to them. I fell asleep some time around midnight when I just couldn't stay awake anymore and my cold, numb legs refused to stay under me any longer.

After that night, my family would bring up the watch every single day, especially when I was nearby. They were behaving more childishly than me and I wanted nothing to do with them, but I had no choice. It was really annoying and made me sad.

Several months later, when we were cleaning out the freezer, we found the watch. It was cold but started working again after a minute or two of warmth. The watch probably fell off my grandma's wrist as she was stuffing food into the freezer that day. She only noticed it was gone after she left the house. Nobody ever apologized to me. I am still somewhat resentful.
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