Okay here's one my youngest one actually said rather than just did.
BG: My middle son is very bad about interrupting people. We're working on trying to break him of this habit, but it's slow going. He's 10, by the way, and also quite a know it all. Also very impatient and he does have ADD but we don't really even talk about it very much in our house because we don't want him to learn to use it as an excuse for his behavior.
Anyway, so today I was telling them that they couldn't go to the pool with a friend today because they had not done their chores without constant reminders and middle son especially I had to get after to stop playing and every time I told him to do some work, he'd whine. I'd warned them at the start of the summer that if they show disrespect they're not going to the pool that week.
So this conversation ensues.
Me: Now, if you want a chance to go to the pool, I might offer you the chance-
Pirate2: What if we clean up the house now, can we go?
Me: If you hadn't interrupted you would have heard me say I'd offer you the chance to go later this week, but-
Pirate2: So we can go?
Me: No, and if you would stop being rude and interrupting me, you'd hear what I was going to say!!
That is when Piratebabe started to lose his temper and yelled at his big brother. We couldn't understand much of what he was saying other than "NONONONO!! Stop it!!" He went over to the old fashioned trunk we use as a coffee table and pounded on it with his little fists while saying to his brother "WUDE! WUDE! WUDE!!!!!!!!!" with each fist pound. Then there was more yelling with fists at his sides, more fist pounding, and he even got mad at me because I wasn't doing a very good job at hiding my giggling, I admit.
But then he calmed down and gave both his brother and I hugs at the end of his tantrum.