Is it normal for my friend to rage in her own language?

In uni, I'm friends with this girl who is Chinese and sometimes she gets angry and starts rage talking in her own language, sometimes I'm tempted to laugh because it's funny to me but I keep my composure.

I often wonder if raging in one's own language is the normal thing to do, I've never asked someone about it but I want to know if this is normal.

Is It Normal?
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  • Yeah that's normal. It is kinda funny as well though, she's like Amy Wong from Futurama.

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    • Maybe I should call her Amy Wong but I doubt she'd get the reference

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  • Fully normal. Also the English language/ or German (for me) isn't aggressive enough for hardcore swearing. If I'm really pissed off, I swear in Bulgarian.

    You can say some real nasty stuff in Bulgarian. Like say someone cuts you off badly in traffic and you miss them by an inch. You aren't limited to calling them an asshole, or whatever... You can insult their mother, sister, entire family lineage and say some really messed up stuff.

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  • Thats adorable. I have a friend who has english and cyrillic keyboards on his phone and often forgets to switch keyboards for laughing and acronyms

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  • Even reading your post already makes me laugh so hard from picturing her cursing in Chinese. I think Chinese is a funny sounding language. As someone who witness such live comedy, you sure have better composure than I would have.

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  • What language do you rage in?

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  • Check out some episodes of I Love Lucy!

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  • It's very normal. If I'm really angry or upset i sometimes talk in german, especially when I say some mean comments to myself about the other person or whatever

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  • Just watch old I Love Lucy episodes and see Ricky rage at Lucy in Spanish.

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  • I rage at photocopiers in English in the continental European country I'm an expat in.

    When I get mad at people at work though, I only yell at them in the language of the country. In the British culture I grew up in, being openly angry with people is just not what you do in a formal situation unless you want to look bad.

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  • Normal. As you will find out if you annoy me! (my other native language is Irish).

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  • yes

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  • Id be like "ching chong?"

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