I address those thoughts because if they do seem OOT top is should be addressed, because those thoughts could come out given the provocation. I am not saying they will, but it could happen. Having explosive, angry reactions (at this point internal) may bubble up if the same situation keeps presenting itself. We've all seen, heard, experienced the "straw that broke the camel's back" blow out. And if a poster is having, what seems like an extreme reaction to a seemingly minor error, then it will be pointed out.
It's like this.
I go to a coffee shop and wait in a line. Someone cuts in front of me.
If I post: I think to myself, WTHeck is wrong with this jerkweed. How dare they cut in front of me!! What is WRONG with them, can't they see I'm in line??@??!?!
I am fuming, but I keep this to myself. I tell this person I am in line and they are cutting in... etc....
What say you Ehellions? What should I have done?
I mean really, going off like that over a minor infraction is OOT. I haven't screamed at the offender, but getting that bent over something like that should be pointed out as being a bit much. That perhaps the situation does not warrant such vehemence and maybe a little more understanding for an honest mistake.
I don't mean a situation with a repeat offender, like a toxic friend or relative who does intentionally does something to upset and aggravate, that is another thing altogether..