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Almost Lost It »
(almost lost control of one's thoughts, one's feelings, or one's body; almost started laughing; almost vomited...)


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


Bug Out »
(get upset; lose control...)


Die Laughing »
(one laughed so violently that one could not control one's actions...)


Flying Off The Handle »
(getting upset and going out of control...)


Forget Oneself »
(forget to control one's actions...)


Get A Handle On Something »
(be able to control it better...)


Have A Handle On Something »
(have a good understanding and control of that thing...)


Keep A Close Rein On Them »
(control them carefully...)


Lost His Head »
(he got so upset that he lost control of his actions...)


Out Of Hand »
(not under control; crazy; fun...)


Spread Like Wildfire »
(it moved fast and out of control...)


Take Leave Of One's Senses »
(not act rationally; not act like oneself; lose control...)


Take The Bull By The Horns »
(take strong action and gain control of the situation...)




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