Hear Me Roar!!!

March 3, 2010

A roar can bring with it many meanings and feelings.

Anger: Roaring at someone is normally done after they have done something wrong which when my Dad does it, you know about it. He will send shivers down your spine when he raises his voice. Normally though I have run out of the room in fear by the time he gets to the highest decibal possible. This roaring is usually seen in arguments as if to say that the loader you are, you have won the argument but ye both end up with ringing in your ears.

Releasing of what is bad, Feeling rejuvinated, Breaking free: We all would love to this kind of roaring as we release out what has been deep within us for so long and needing a roar to clear the head, the lungs and the soul

Standing up for what you believe in: This roaring is usually seen in arguments as if to say that the loader you are, you have won the argument but ye both end up with ringing in your ears.

Personally I would love to be able to do the second type everyday to keep me fresh.

And no it does not mean Right Of Admission Reserved (R.O.A.R.)

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