Quotes / That Makes Me Feel Angry

Hester, Blip #71

"Wesley's dead. I'm feeling grief for him. I can't seem to control it. I wish to do more violence."
Illyria, Angel

"Wait, Ansem! I mean, Xehanort's Heartless... I never thought for a second that I'd ever see YOU again. Just thinking about all the things you did makes me really mad. But... But you saved Kairi, right? I have to be grateful for that... Thanks."

"Begging for mercy makes me angry!"
Marvin the Martian, Looney Tunes

"Not now, dear. Mommy's in a rage."

"Okay, I'm lost. Um... I'm angry... and I'm armed."
Mal, Firefly.

Terl (played by Spoony): It's not the fact that you were angry that made me uncomfortable; it's how angry you were!
Nostalgia Critic: What do you mean?
Terl: Well if you want to convey your anger properly, you have to really emote!
Nostalgia Critic: Well, like how?
Terl: Hold your arm out like this, and say, "I'M REALLY ANGRY!"
Nostalgia Critic: "I'm really angry."
Terl: No, no, no, no, no: "I'M REALLY ANGRY!"
Nostalgia Critic: I'm really angry.
Terl: No, no: "REALLY ANGRY!"
Nostalgia Critic: "Reeeally angry!"
Terl and Nostalgia Critic overlapping: "REEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!!"

"[Zelda] was nearly ours when that loathsome servant of the goddess snatched her away. Do you have any idea how that made me feel inside? Furious! Outraged! Sick with anger!"

Cheer Bear: I'm not mad. I'm just feeling... you know, that other thing.
Grumpy Bear: Hungry?
Cheer Bear: No.
Grumpy Bear: Ticklish?
Cheer Bear: No! It's the way you feel when things don't work out right.
Grumpy Bear: Frustrated.
Cheer Bear: Yeah. That's it. Frustrated.

Sweetie Belle: We have to tell Applejack.
Apple Bloom: No, we're not snitches!
Scootaloo: Yeah, and we're not babies!
Sweetie Belle: Then...why do I feel like crying?

Why do I feel this way?
Angry! Mad!
My heart is hurting and it feels
— Josh, "Angry Mad," "Why Is Josh in a Bad Mood?", Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.

Vetinari: But now the city works, Mr Lipwig. We progress. We would not do so if the ruler was the kind of man who would kill elderly ladies, do you understand?
Moist: I never said—
Vetinari: I know exactly what you never said. You refrained from saying it very loudly. I am extremely angry, Mr Lipwig.

When we can talk about our feelings, they become less overwhelming, less upsetting, and less scary. The people we trust with that important talk can help us know that we are not alone. ... If you could only sense how important you are to the lives of those you meet; how important you can be to the people you may never even dream of. There is something of yourself that you leave at every meeting with another person.