I was in a supermarket earlier this week where the service was absolutely dreadful.
I had to wait ages as the lad on the checkout kept messing everything up.
It took him an eternity to run all my things through and it was really, really annoying.
I got more and more angry so, when he had finished his clumsy work, I leaned over to him and clapped very aggressively in his face.
He deserved it, he was rubbish.
Also, last weekend I was in the pub and I could hear a man talking on the other side of the building.
I completely disagreed with anything he was saying so I ran across and started shouting and pointing at him.
Well, he was completely wrong. He deserved it.
He then moved away so all my mates surrounded his friend and we gave him both barrels as well.
Then there was another incident at work. They made some decisions which I really didn’t agree with. I was furious.
In fact, I would go as far as to say I was distraught.
So, instead of going to work, I sent my daughter in my place and she made my excuses for me.
Okay, none of this happened.
And the vast majority of us wouldn’t act like that anyway, no matter how unjust the things happening around us might appear.