Have you ever noticed that the people who talk the loudest have the least important things to say? You know, those people having the conversation at the restaurant or diner, or in the parking lot outside your window, who sound as if they are yelling at each other, but they are really talking about the meaning of the presence of corn in their bowel movements, and other similarly heady topics. You know, those people?
Like, WHY DOES VITAMIN C MAKE YOUR PEE YELLOW? I DON’T KNOW, WHY DO YOU HAVE KETCHUP ON YOUR FACE? IT ISN’T KETCHUP, IT’S BLOOD FROM TRYING TO EAT IN THE DARK WITH A FORK! I STABBED MY FACE AROUND MY MOUTH HOLE AT LEAST FORTY TIMES!
The words like THIS are yelling words. I haven’t figured out how to do written down yelling, so it was the best emphasis I could come up with, except maybe, <em>loud words</em> or <strong>more loud words</strong> Hopefully, you’re getting the idea, though.
You would think that with the amount of energy they are putting into their words, they are saying something really important. Look out for that leprechaun hiding in the bushes! He has a knife and is very keen on killing people! Or, BEES! Poisonous, flesh eating bees! Words worth hollering.
Nope, just the usual inane loud words from vacuous dumb people. I HOPE THEY DON’T GET RUN OVER BY THAT HUGE TRUCK THAT IS BACKING UP WHILE THEY ARE STANDING THERE, LOUD TALKING TO EACH OTHER, OBLIVIOUS TO THE IMMINENT PERIL THEY ARE IN.