I was wondering how you other INFPs express anger (the rare times you do :P). I rarely, rarely get angry, and usually it just amounts to being a little annoyed. And even then, I don't really express it much and just let it pass. However, I live with my best friend (an ENTP, if that sheds light at all), and this weekend I just kind of had a weird outburst of all the things that had been really getting on my nerves about her. It kind of came out in a sarcastic, snotty, mocking tone. For example, I fake laughed really, really loud and strangely when she said something that I didn't appreciate. I also called her out for being a hypocrite in a certain way, and I mocked her music tastes by talking in a loud, obnoxious "stupid girl" voice. (we don't always enjoy the same type of music, and she makes fun of my poetic-type music tastes to no end. i can usually handle it, but when it's this constant, I just get very annoyed sometimes). Anyway, I really suprised myself!
The next few days we didn't acknowledge it really, except for she said "Dude, you were being crazy last night! LOL!" And that made me a little angry all over again, so i just said "no, I wasn't". and we dropped it.
She was just on the phone with her other friend, though, (who witnessed my outburst), and she was just saying "Oh my god I know! She was so crazy last night! I thought she was going to kill me! blablabla". And so I'm kind of annoyed all over again, but this time I'm just going to isolate myself in my room for the rest of the night, I think.
So yeah, just wondering what happens when you reach your braking point in regards to anger?