When I was a teenager I would get rid of my negative thoughts about individuals by looking aimelessly at them trying to find a sparkle of intelligence in their eyes, I would then conclude by shouting out loud how stupid I thought they were and this would help me cope with the fact I didn't have many friends, and the ones that grew up with me were on a planet made of saturday night dates with newly found boyfriends. I was pretty frustrated and as nerdy and bullied as I could be, there was nothing I could do but creating a virtual alterego that would help me get in touch with my bitter side and alienate myself for a few hours a day.
Nowadays I'm stuck in a circle of adulthood that doesn't allow me to say what I want to say whenever I'm thinking it, so all I can do is being polite and smile, while shaking inside. Even though I'm firmly convinced that not only my interlocutor is way over the top, but that his/her arrogance goes beyond any rational limit, and the delusions in his/her head are floating all around his persona. I get disgusted, I get frustrated but nothing good comes out of such feelings, so I end up having less and less faith in human beings every day.