F*&k, S#@t, P^$$ And B!@#$%*d  

Fallic40 53M
3214 posts
7/5/2006 7:39 pm
F*&k, S#@t, P^$$ And B!@#$%*d

mood = fucking tweeked

So here I was, perusing the rags the other day (The Times, not The Sun or The Daily Mirror) when I happened upon this little gem….


And another thing...
Clinth Witchalls

An outbreak of exploding people

My car door doesn’t close properly – I need to really slam it to get it to shut. The other day I gave it a hard shove but it bounced back and hit me square on the shin. I let out a loud expletive that rhymes with “duck” and kicked the door. It all happened before I could engage the rational part of my brain – the part that would have visualized the big dent I was about to create in the door.

Given that it had been a fairly low-key day up until then, psychiatrists might say that my action was “out of proportion to any precipitating psychosocial stressors”. And given that I’ve damaged property in similar outbursts before – flat-pack furniture with a hammer, for example – they might also say that I have a mental disorder. The name for that disorder, I learnt last week, is intermittent explosive disorder (IED). And there I was thinking that I just had a Latin temperament.

According to a study in this month’s Archives of General Psychiatry, IED is a much bigger problem than previously thought, and could affect 7.3 per cent of American adults – which is about 16 million people. To be an exploding person, you must have flipped three or more times in your life. Researchers at Harvard Medical School who conducted the study say that if you have lost control and smashed something “worth more than a few dollars” a few times, you have a mental disorder (breaking valueless items doesn’t count).

If you’re beginning to suspect that you have IED, don’t despair. You can be sure that pharmaceuticals companies are looking for a cure as I write this. There will obviously be a big market for the new drug – but it also appears that IED isn’t strongly correlated to any specific sociodemographic group – or, in plain English; rich people get it, too.

Undoubtedly there will be a raft of self-help books and anger-management schools tailored to assist people with this dreadful affliction.

If you prefer an alternative approach, someone will discover the exact meridians that need to be unblocked to allow the negative energy to escape. Everyone stands to gain from this new research – except the patient, that is.


Now if someone had asked me before I read this if I had Intermittent Explosive Disorder (IED) then my answer would have been “yes, whenever I eat cauliflower and brussel sprouts”. (My daughters refer to them as fart flower and fart bombs, respectively.) But,
I will admit to having a bit of a vile temper at times therefore I must have IED.

Nasty phrases such as “sod me”, “fuck a duck” and “you poxy bastard” tend to slip through my virgin lips when I stub a toe or inadvertently delete something on my computer (a particularly vile happening in my life since I tend to get immersed in a project and forget to save regularly). I even managed to break several knuckles as recently as two years ago when I punched a wall at work to show my extreme displeasure with a lot of crap going on at the time.

So now it seems that I need to flip through all the crappy channels on TV, late at night, with my credit card in hand looking for that little something to self-medicate. I am looking for Cussoprine or Profanicede. I do not know if I should find something topical or internal. As long as it not taken anally, anything goes.

So who else has a bastard of a temper when they stub their toe or smash a finger with a hammer?

What is your favourite colourful phrase?

Have you ever inadvertently hurt yourself with a temper tantrum?

Come on, ‘fess up.

impish_pixie 54F
6867 posts
7/5/2006 8:18 pm

Usually it's just one really, really loud 'FUCK'...followed by little sniffles..(oh shut up...I'm a girl ok???). But I do remember once when my son was around 12 and he was sorely pissed off that I was making him get out of bed and in the midst of a temper tantrum he hit his wrist on the bed post and broke it...a cast, (which of course was cool to him), a stern talking to from the DR, me and his father - quickly followed by massive mushy stuff from Mom...and we adopted what we called the "pissy pillow". Whenever temper's flared, the pissy pillow was brought out and one could pummel it to death until feeling better. Later we added one to the car. I should have put a patent on it....

on a totally different thought...My body tends to be "hot" to touch, and when I was a little girl I used to think that one day I would just totally incinerate right where I was standing. Quirky huh? That's what I thought your post was gonna be on when I first saw the caption... (don't worry..I'm feeling very random tonight).

I make mistakes, I am out of control & at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best. ~Marilyn

runzwithknives 59F

7/7/2006 5:10 pm

Yeah one time when I was yelling at the kids, I slammed the cabinet door so hard it bounced back and hit me in the head. Mo@%erF#*&er. Well that set the kids to laughing so hard I forgot what I was mad about. Musta been something really important, huh?

Fallic40 53M
1858 posts
7/7/2006 7:16 pm

Runz, nothin' like a 3 Stooges moment to change the course of a tempestuous moment.

Fallic40 53M
1858 posts
7/7/2006 7:17 pm

Shaye, and I bet you looked all sad at them and said "I am so disappointed with you ..............."

Fallic40 53M
1858 posts
7/7/2006 7:18 pm

imp, I like the idea of a pissy pillow.

bipolybabe 54F

7/8/2006 11:39 am

I prefer the multi-purpose explosion of "Fuck me!"



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SecretEarNoTears 47F  
766 posts
7/8/2006 9:59 pm

While I don't have that type of explosive temper I do get annoyed by stupid drivers that insist on cutting in front of me then slowing down for no appearant reason....to that it is "....why you ;!; stupid idiot...."

A couple of years ago I was talking on the cell phone, speaker, when this happened...luckily my friend that I was talking to had the nerve to ask why I would call him that (we were discussing getting together and our latest sexual escapades)...I guess at first he thought I was trying to turn him on by being more aggressive...when I told him that I was talking to the car in front of me he seemed a bit let down..... Awwwwell......such is life! (Oh, we are still good friends!)

Fallic40 53M
1858 posts
7/9/2006 2:59 pm

Secret, I know what you mean about the pulling in front and then slowing down. I sometimes wonder if there are days specially labelled for that purpose that nobody has bothered to inform me about. It's like a joke that I am the only one not in on.

I do not think that anyone would my commentary when I drive on I5 in any sort of sexual context. It's much more in line of how I talked as a soccer defender.

Fallic40 53M
1858 posts
7/9/2006 3:01 pm

bipolybabe, I used to love using that phrase. However, I played on a soccer team that had a pair of Brazilian players on it and that was about the only words of English that one of them knew.

He made the phrase "Fuck me" into a complete language that I just could not match and so I ceded it to him and went to using other phrases.

_Safira 53F
11260 posts
7/9/2006 7:23 pm


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I love the phrase ... "Fuckity, fuck, fuck, FUCK."

I like the word "fuck." What can I say?

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Fallic40 53M
1858 posts
7/10/2006 7:57 pm

ok saf, out of respect for my elders, I will cede "fuck-a-duck" to you.

And of course "fuckity, fuck, fuck. fuck" is from Four Weddings and a Funeral.

So now I am left with the generic english "fuckin' hell". It is so boooooooooooooooooooooooorrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrring

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