I have a lot of times before I left my teens, I can't think of anything specific right now, but I know I've took things the wrong way loads of times and begun insulting people back, though they may have been joking or meant something entirely different.
Now I take time to think about it and it's a great advantage toward these situations, when I can manage to.
It happens but most of the time it's more the accumulation of small problems and frustrations, I could be upset that a group of DA refuse my work just because I've had a bad day at work for example. Car is probably the most typical place where such explosion happen, it's stupid, but it's human
Not really, I don't give much thought to those types of things, me being upset isn't going to change anything, it's just going to ruin my day, or eat up my time. I'm sure it's happened before, just not recently.
That happens, but usually I also remind myself that there was a reason for it in the situation. My anger is righteous, but it's my ability to control it and to forgive, that makes me such a grand person.
When I was in year 9 and one of my 'best friends' decided that they wanted to be popular and so started bitching about me, my best friend and another friend to some more popular people, and the way we reacted was a bit silly.