Nothing makes a man get mad faster.
I thought about it, but I was afraid you'd get mad.
Don't get mad at somebody who knows more than you do.
They wouldn't be there long enough for him to get mad at them.
After that, Greg is no longer a guest of Rowley's family at the country club, and when Greg doesn't invite Rowley to his birthday party, the two friends get mad at each other.
We want to be together, but he gets mad and I get mad easily and that's kind of getting in the way of things.
Do you watch what you say so your partner won't get mad?
If he cares about me, then he'll get mad and fight with me.
What concerns me the most is she says she lies because she is afraid I will get mad at her if she tells me the truth.
For example, one quiz frequently offers the selection "you get mad (angry, frustrated)", reflecting the aggravation and conflict that may occur when taking a very strict stance.
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