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Blowing Your Top ( getting angry and yelling out of control ... )

"Blowing Your Top"

You are blowing your top when you get so upset that you let out your anger by yelling.

Example: "Steve is in our office and he just found out about the deal." Reply: "I can hear him blowing his top."

Example: "We didn't want to tell him about it because we knew he would blow his top."

When you are angry and react by yelling uncontrollably, you "blow your top".

Example: "When dad found out what you did, he blew his top."

Example: "Tell me where you have been tonight. I promise I won't blow my top."

Example: "When you find out where I was, you are going to blow your top."

Blowing Your Own Trumpet

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