I will take myself as the test subject; whenever I freak out and start shouting all around for no apparent reason, I give some warning beforehand; I tell them to excuse me because I am a bit crazy tonight. Is it sane? I don't know. Yet, it's my way of making sense of something irrational. I try not to succumb to my crazy thoughts, but sometimes I just can't control them, so I give warning. Why don't other people do the same?
I have a couple of explanations that I have stumbled upon recently:
- People are ashamed of admitting that they have attitude problems.
- People won't say they're feeling crazy for the minute possibility that the fairy godmother is listening and will grant them their wish.
- People are just a bunch of freaking butt cracks, who like to make others suffer.