For the most part, people cry because they are sad.
Some people cry because they’re too happy.
She cries because she’s too angry.
Which is easily mistaken for being highly, superbly sensitive.
Which is true, to an extent.
But if crying can be accepted as an expression of happiness to some people, why not anger for others too?
What’s the cause, you ask?
Stupid insensitive cock of a lecturer who tells sulz,
“Your point is over,”
when trying to interrupt a classmate trying to reply his question (which he only asked because he wanted to disprove self’s answer).
Maybe the effect of his uncalled rudeness isn’t exactly justified here. Let’s put it in a physical analogy: it’s like someone needing only to nudge someone else’s arm to stop someone else from doing something but someone else got a shove that makes someone else reel back from the force. (Err, only two characters in the previous sentence – someone and someone else. sulz is annoyingly confusing like that sometimes!)
Anger was just boiling so hard at that point that when he asked self another question could not muster any tolerance to entertain him. Could not stop tears that had to get out of class in order not to make any more a fool of self.
You’re going, sulz is such a wanker, crying over a little rudeness!
It’s not just mere crying, it’s an uncommon expressing of one’s anger in this case! Am just so fucking pissed off that instead of vile curses spewing out am crying like a stupid crybaby.
So now you now, sulz cries when she gets really angry, alright. It’s not just mere crying! 😈
And Mr Lecturer-who-specialises-in-CDA-and-literature who “don’t care for this (Proficiency) class” as you so blurted to self’s classmate? You ought to attend a class on language and politeness, you highly inept cliché! (His favourite word.)