It's an instinctive reaction called "fight or flight", and dates back to our primitive origins. You're startled, your body produces adrenaline to prepare you to either fight a threat or run from it. In this case, it's the "fight" that wins out, and you get angry.

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i get angry too.. nobody likes getting sneaked up on scary the lights outta them..lol although i would do that too.. like its payback time.. you should try scaring those who scare you its so much fun

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The fight response generated for self-defense has you ready to, frankly, smack someone, and since you can't (or shouldn't) unleash it upon an innocent household member, your system experiences a sense of letdown while you recover. ;)

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Yes, fight or flight reaction...though mine is rather loud.

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it is a waste of some otherwise fine pants

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Sure, your body and mind are in a relaxed state and when someone or something comes along and puts you in a state of alert and then you find out it's a "false alarm", you get angry because it was a "waste of energy or adrenilin"! NOBODY like a "false alarm", whether they say so or not!!

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