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Aug 25, 2006, 01:45 PM
 
Do you have a bad temper? On a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being worst, where do you rate on the scale? 10 is worst with ramifications such as physically assaulting someone, battering someone, plotting murder, etc.

I have red hair and a moderately bad temper. On a scale of 1 to 10 with 10 being worst I think the worst my temper has been is about a 7 on a 10-scale. At level 5 to 6, I yell or honk the horn if I'm in a car. When I get upset at level 7 I write letters and contact CEOs of companies (if it was a company that offended me). The worst I've ever been is an 8 and that is when I contacted an attorney about my AT&T Wireless phone (crappy) service.

Next question: How do you cope with a bad temper? Any good coping methods? Or do you just exact revenge when your temper goes wacko?

     
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Aug 25, 2006, 01:58 PM
 
Originally Posted by Cody Dawg
I have red hair and a moderately bad temper.
I hate this utterly inane stereotype. I have very red hair and do not have a short fuse. I keep my cool. And I have a whole family of even tempered redheads to back me up. Actually I've never even met a proverbial fiesty redhead.

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Aug 25, 2006, 01:59 PM
 
Originally Posted by Cody Dawg
Any good coping methods?
Cigarettes and booze.
     
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Aug 25, 2006, 02:01 PM
 
I think that the redhead stereotype comes from redheads supposedly being Irish - and I've heard the phrase, "He has an Irish temper" when I was growing up also - and the Irish being stubborn and ready to knock someone out.

     
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Aug 25, 2006, 02:06 PM
 
Makes sense - we sure loves our fighting Irish... And it's a better stereotype than in say Italy where they say redheads smell funny.

Anyway - exercise, meditation, etc. Alcohol will not help. Marijuana on the other hand...
     
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Aug 25, 2006, 02:08 PM
 
paul w

Marijuana on the other hand...
Makes you want to eat junk food and then you get fat and then you have a bad temper AND you're fat.

     
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Aug 25, 2006, 02:11 PM
 
No, I called them...and surprisingly, they were very nice - effusively nice - and offered my son's school a nice discount.

     
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Aug 25, 2006, 02:14 PM
 
I'm about a 3-4.

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What is a "3-4?"
     
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Aug 25, 2006, 02:19 PM
 
Originally Posted by Cody Dawg
What is a "3-4?"
It's your scale

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Aug 25, 2006, 02:22 PM
 
Originally Posted by Cody Dawg
What is a "3-4?"
I am either a 3 or a 4 in your temper scale.

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Aug 25, 2006, 02:22 PM
 
redheads rule!

My worst was when I threw my lawnmower. I had just had it. It was really hot and the thing was really annoying me. Then a deflector under it got bent and hit the blade, stalling it. So I went and got a sledgehammer and beat the crap out of it until the deflector broke off, then instead of just resting it back on it's feet I picked it up and threw it. Not far, mind you, but airborn for a few feet.

But if I blow my top once every 5 years, that's a lot. It's rare for me to get to that level. What's that, an 8 maybe?
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Aug 25, 2006, 02:23 PM
 
Landos-

I know. But give an example of "3-4" you know?

I mean, to me a "3-4" means you yell occasionally at the television when watching the evening news or if you miss your favorite answer on Jeopardy.



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Beating up your lawnmower? That's hilarious! And made-for-television sitcom-land. Did you see anyone watching you?



     
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Aug 25, 2006, 02:26 PM
 
I'm about a 3 or 4. Unless someone really pushes my buttons in which case I'm more around 8 or 9.
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Aug 25, 2006, 02:30 PM
 
I go up to 11 (that's 1 angrier, innit?), although it's tempered with Englishness (i.e. takes a lot to snap) and I prefer damaging objects rather than people.

An ex-girlfriend tried to run me over once (she'd got it into her brain that I was cheating on her, when in fact nothing of the sort was happening). I snapped, ended up putting my fist through her windscreen (empty passenger side).

Quite rare occurrence. It's been at least 10 years since I went above a 2 on the scale.
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Aug 25, 2006, 02:30 PM
 
I find only two things can lead my temper astray: hunger and lack of sleep.
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Aug 25, 2006, 02:31 PM
 
Originally Posted by Cody Dawg
Landos-

I know. But give an example of "3-4" you know?
If someone is purposely trying to piss me off I purposely remain extremely calm, sarcastic and uninterested. This just pisses them off more so they try even harder yet I maintain my cool.

In the end they end up driving themselves nuts without me raising my voice or showing that I care what they have to say.

If someone does something stupid like cut me off when crossing the street I might kick the car or bang on the hood but I wouldn't walk up to them screaming and punch them in the face.

Then again if I saw someone hurt an Animal I'd go up to a 10 in no time.

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Aug 25, 2006, 02:39 PM
 
Originally Posted by Landos Mustache
If someone does something stupid like cut me off when crossing the street I might kick the car or bang on the hood but I wouldn't walk up to them screaming and punch them in the face.
In the interests of cultural information exchange, don't do that (kick or bang the car) when you're visiting the UK. Unless you're into hospital food.
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Aug 25, 2006, 02:44 PM
 
^^^ Same for Texas. I wouldn't recommend hitting or kicking anyone's car unless you want to clean your own crap out of a bag for a few months.
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Aug 25, 2006, 02:45 PM
 
Originally Posted by Doofy
In the interests of cultural information exchange, don't do that (kick or bang the car) when you're visiting the UK. Unless you're into hospital food.
Well I don't plan on it but here they are the ones that look scared.

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Aug 25, 2006, 03:09 PM
 
In my head, I suppose I’m a 7 or so. Doesn’t take all that much to make me see red, just a bit, in my own head.

What I actually show outwardly, even just in my expression, is more about a 2, I’d say.

Usually, one of the things that gets me very pissed is anger. I used to live in a house with a few other people; one of them was a girl who was a pure 10. She would have at least three or four ‘outbreaks’ per day, screaming (really screaming, to the point where you startered wondering if you were going to find her lungs lying on the floor some day) over the most idiotic things, usually while on the phone with her mother. As time progressed, every time she had one of those ‘outbreaks’, I felt a stronger and stronger desire to just really hit her. Really hard. Over the head. With a combine harvester.

Apart from that sort of thing, very few things actually make me angry.

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Aug 25, 2006, 03:11 PM
 
I'm 1-9, most of the time.

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Aug 25, 2006, 03:11 PM
 
Originally Posted by Doofy
In the interests of cultural information exchange, don't do that (kick or bang the car) when you're visiting the UK. Unless you're into hospital food.
No kidding. If he pulled that **** down here, they'd just run him over (or come out of the car and kick his ass up and down the street).

He may think he's tough, but that would last 2 secs when he does that to the wrong person.

Edit: I'm a 1-5, anything more than 5 (arguing without screaming) and I usually just walk away. I can be pushed beyond that, but it gets scary.
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Aug 25, 2006, 03:13 PM
 
Originally Posted by Landos Mustache
If someone does something stupid like cut me off when crossing the street I might kick the car or bang on the hood but I wouldn't walk up to them screaming and punch them in the face..
Only in Canada !

In the US, you'd get shot right away.

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Aug 25, 2006, 03:20 PM
 
i do the kicking of the tire thing in Boston, and I usually get a sorry from the person who cut me off
learned quickly not to do it to taxis though....
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Aug 25, 2006, 03:40 PM
 
Originally Posted by Cody Dawg
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Beating up your lawnmower? That's hilarious! And made-for-television sitcom-land. Did you see anyone watching you?



My girlfriend (now wife) was watching me. She thought it was hilarious, but she'd never seen me angry so she was a little scared. Since she couldn't stop laughing, she made sure I couldn't see or hear her!
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Aug 25, 2006, 03:54 PM
 
My temper is very controlled at a 2. When I was in my 20's... maybe an 11.
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Aug 25, 2006, 04:25 PM
 
Originally Posted by paul w
I hate this utterly inane stereotype. I have very red hair and do not have a short fuse. I keep my cool. And I have a whole family of even tempered redheads to back me up. Actually I've never even met a proverbial fiesty redhead.

Bollocks!
I can testify. Having met the Paully here recently, I can say there were moments in which I was tempted to check his pulse. He defines mellow.

I was a hot-head in my youth, but I've given up on yelling and stuff. Doesn't achieve desired results, anyway.

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Aug 25, 2006, 04:30 PM
 
Originally Posted by what_the_heck
Only in Canada !

In the US, you'd get shot right away.

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Ya no ****. We try to resolve situations without guns.

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Aug 25, 2006, 04:47 PM
 
Originally Posted by Landos Mustache
Ya no ****. We try to resolve situations without guns.
Not been keeping up with the shootings in Toronto again, have you?

http://www.cbc.ca/story/canada/natio...ng-051227.html
http://www.diversitywatch.ryerson.ca...chive01/08.htm
http://newsfromrussia.com/world/2005/12/27/70510.html
http://www.canadafreepress.com/gun-s...gs-toronto.htm


and that was just the 1st page in the google search. You guys are a violent sort, damn.
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Aug 25, 2006, 04:53 PM
 
Originally Posted by MacNStein
Not been keeping up with the shootings in Toronto again, have you?

http://www.cbc.ca/story/canada/natio...ng-051227.html
http://www.diversitywatch.ryerson.ca...chive01/08.htm
http://newsfromrussia.com/world/2005/12/27/70510.html
http://www.canadafreepress.com/gun-s...gs-toronto.htm


and that was just the 1st page in the google search. You guys are a violent sort, damn.

WHAT? SOMEONE IN CANADA GOT SHOT? OMG YOU'RE KIDDING?

I thought when I made that comment is was understood that there is ZERO shootings in Canada and no crime! We also hold hands all the time and give terrorists rides with mounties and eat bacon all day.

Thanks for taking all that time to alert me to that though.

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Originally Posted by Landos Mustache
WHAT? SOMEONE IN CANADA GOT SHOT? OMG YOU'RE KIDDING?

I thought when I made that comment is was understood that there is ZERO shootings in Canada and no crime! We also hold hands all the time and give terrorists rides with mounties and eat bacon all day.

Thanks for taking all that time to alert me to that though.
Sure thing. Any time I can go out of my way to keep you from looking like an ass-hat, I'm there for ya buddy.

"Ya no ****. We try to resolve situations without guns."

Sure doesn't look like it though...
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I don't know what my temper level is because my tempers vary from what's going on and who I have to deal with. I know someone who's so lucky to not get tempers because he's not even a person.

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Originally Posted by MacNStein
Sure thing. Any time I can go out of my way to keep you from looking like an ass-hat, I'm there for ya buddy.

"Ya no ****. We try to resolve situations without guns."

Sure doesn't look like it though...

OMG you proved me wrong yet again. Turns out there is a gun in Canada! Who knew!

Now do some google searching for American vs. Canada gun violence comparisons. Or how about how Toronto is super super safe for a large north american city.

Better yet read some more about your "Toronto shootings" and how the Canadian police is working with the US to stop the guns coming up here from the US in the first place. The US is full of gun supporting terrorists that are infiltrating our country I guess

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What kind of temper do you have -> Canada vs. USA.

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the mauling-prone she-bears can't be far behind.

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Originally Posted by Cody Dawg
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I think his name is actually "Lando's Mustache". Just saying.
     
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Originally Posted by besson3c
I think his name is actually "Lando's Mustache". Just saying.
No, his actual name is SWF or SWG. Just saying.

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I think his name is actually "Lando's Mustache". Just saying.
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Only once have I ever really lost my temper, I was walking home from work late one night around 1 am along a main street. Some roudy guys drove going around 30 mph and threw an egg that hit me sqaure in the chest. I turned around and ran 3 blocks after them where they were stuck behind two cars at a stop light. I pulled one of those campaign signs out of the ground and swung at their car, busted out the back passenger window as they sped off.
     
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Honestly I would say in most cases the worst I go might be a 4. I'm typically a 2 though. My YG kids knew that they'd really have to do something to get me ticked off. and if I did get irritated with them they knew it was cause I was disappointed in them.
With people at school it takes a lot for them to ever see me mad. The only time I ever really lost it was after I told my roomie I was gay, and he flipped out (yah I know worst decision ever but it seemed like a good idea at the time.) That was also when my iBook was in the shop, and I'd just finished a big stressful drama thing that night that had drawn on all week. And even then I just swore at him a couple times and stormed out of the dorm room and walked along the high way in minus 40 weather for an hour. Only time I've ever been mad at God.

Typically I'm just a 2 though, I give witty and sarcastic responses to anything that irritates me a bit, so things never build up. I tend to refuse to take life seriously.

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Originally Posted by Landos Mustache
OMG you proved me wrong yet again. Turns out there is a gun in Canada! Who knew!

Now do some google searching for American vs. Canada gun violence comparisons. Or how about how Toronto is super super safe for a large north american city.

Better yet read some more about your "Toronto shootings" and how the Canadian police is working with the US to stop the guns coming up here from the US in the first place. The US is full of gun supporting terrorists that are infiltrating our country I guess
All those facial contortions, eye-rolls, and exclamation points... Careful, careful, watch your temper.
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We also hold hands all the time and give terrorists rides with mounties and eat bacon all day.
Bacon all day? Drooooollll. Ok so, I wanna be a Canadian ok eh?
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Oh on the red head topic. Red head chicks are hot. Red head guys not so much...
     
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