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    Lets say I accidentally bump into a door, I will get angry and punch the door so I feel like I got even and the door isnt the winner. Just the other day my sister left her empty cup on the floor and I tripped over it so I grabbed it took it to the garage to find my dads tools and was in there for a hour using various different tools to crush it into tiny pieces. Whilst torturing the cup I was insulting it the whole time..

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    (Original post by Souljer)
    Whilst torturing the cup I was insulting it the whole time..
    This isn't normal behaviour
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    I also rip my papers/certificates to bits if I do badly on them
    You're not alone
    I don't punish cups randomly lying on the floor for tripping me though
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    If i stub my toe on a door , i might kick it in pain. But to sit there and slowly dismantle it is not normal at all.
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    But why get defeated by an object

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    Actually, the cup tried to take revenge on you for pouring hot stuff into it for years.
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    I think it's somewhat normal to, for example, 'hit a door back' in anger after hitting your foot on it, but to actively take a cup away and slowly torture/destroy it while insulting it is certainly worrying behaviour.
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    I used to do this as a child. I remember nearly slipping over a conker still in it's spiky case, when I was like 10. In a moment of ungovernable anger I threw it at a tree, and it bounced back and hit me in the nuts.
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    I bite the head off toy soldiers that won't stand up...
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    (Original post by IrrationalRoot)
    I think it's somewhat normal to, for example, 'hit a door back' in anger after hitting your foot on it, but to actively take a cup away and slowly torture/destroy it while insulting it is certainly worrying behaviour.
    Yeah, I do the door thing sometimes...
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    But I can absolutely assure you I will never sleep with the door's wife as revenge.
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    (Original post by leafcannon)
    Yeah, I do the door thing sometimes...
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    But I can absolutely assure you I will never sleep with the door's wife as revenge.
    XD the spoiler.
    Yeah I did it this morning so I don't want to say it's abnormal. But then I am abnormal so IDK...
 
 
 
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