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PostSubject: Re: Eric's soccer-game freakout   Tue Feb 06, 2018 6:27 pm

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this certainly paints a different image. It is usually said that Dylan is the one who couldn't handle his anger and would explode in rage at his bosses and teacher and Eric was the one who was calm and always knew the right words to get out of a sticky situation fast without drawing attention to himself or losing his temper.

That and the car situation.  Where a girl hit Dylan's car in the parking lot shortly before NBK.  Eric was blazing mad about it but Dylan told him to shut up and get in the car and diffused the situation.

Could also be bc he knew he was going to die soon and was in that "happy" phase...

Dylan seemed like he was the Eric whisperer. He could really calm him down.

I wonder if they had similar triggers when they got mad?

Dylan liked and was better at baseball than soccer so maybe if the roles were reversed and Eric was playing baseball with Dylan and Eric didn't do well, Dylan would have gotten mad?

Maybe Dylan got mad at what he deemed was more important where as Eric could be more erratic.

The Eric whisperer! Haha I kinda agree with that. I can ONLY imagine Dylan rolling his eyes while trying to calm little Eric down!

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PostSubject: Re: Eric's soccer-game freakout   Tue Feb 06, 2018 6:28 pm

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this certainly paints a different image. It is usually said that Dylan is the one who couldn't handle his anger and would explode in rage at his bosses and teacher and Eric was the one who was calm and always knew the right words to get out of a sticky situation fast without drawing attention to himself or losing his temper.

That and the car situation.  Where a girl hit Dylan's car in the parking lot shortly before NBK.  Eric was blazing mad about it but Dylan told him to shut up and get in the car and diffused the situation.

Could also be bc he knew he was going to die soon and was in that "happy" phase...

Dylan seemed like he was the Eric whisperer. He could really calm him down.

I wonder if they had similar triggers when they got mad?

Dylan liked and was better at baseball than soccer so maybe if the roles were reversed and Eric was playing baseball with Dylan and Eric didn't do well, Dylan would have gotten mad?

Maybe Dylan got mad at what he deemed was more important where as Eric could be more erratic.

The Eric whisperer! Haha I kinda agree with that. I can ONLY imagine Dylan rolling his eyes while trying to calm little Eric down!

I know I'm not much of a lover of the memes or cartoons but I do like the one where someone drew Eric yelling and I think his hat is flying off and Dylan is standing there with his arms crossed like "are you finished?

Though in the BT Eric was I guess egging him on to "feel the rage, get angry"
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PostSubject: Re: Eric's soccer-game freakout   Tue Feb 06, 2018 7:24 pm

Dang Dylan was more mature than Eric. Eric was still a kid .
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