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  • [How to Get Angry a Lot]

  • Forget that you might ever have done anything wrong yourself.

  • Take things personally. That computer broke down to be mean.

  • Constantly compare your existence with that of the happiest, most fortunate people you know.

  • Expect that there cannot ever be traffic, and that household keys simply can't go missing.

  • Build up isolated frustrations into giant interconnected narratives of persecution.

  • Become very sensitive to noise, then move to a city where a lot of people are taking advantage of rising property prices to redo their homes.

  • Start to notice fingerprints on walls, chipped plates, and towels on bathroom floors; see these as personal insults.

  • Be sure not to get enough sleep, but never attribute your moods to tiredness.

  • Expect children to be grateful.

  • Compare your relationship to the happiest couple that the media is choosing to tell us about at the moment.

  • Attribute most issues in your life to the mendacity and shortsightedness of your partner and their family.

  • Avoid perspective.

  • Never look at NASA images of distant galaxies.

  • Find a YouTube channel or news outlet that you are almost certain to dislike.

  • Watch some videos and read articles, and feel very irritated by the presentation of views you strongly disagree with.

  • Never watch others getting angry; fail to see how absurd they can seem.

  • Develop a faith that fury is in some ways quite impressive, macho, and makes stuff happen.

  • Take yourself seriously, and yet, deep down, hate who you are.

  • Think of laughter as a luxury you can't afford.

[How to Get Angry a Lot]

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How to Get Angry a Lot

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