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Subtext can truly be key when you can't say what's actually beneath the surface. We all know when we say, "I'm fine," we don't actually mean it. So how can we convey that with the phrase, "f*ck off"?

We all want to say it sometimes. Just a big f*ck off to that person who's annoyed the living daylights out of you.

Though, it's not always appropriate. Maybe it's your boss or coworker, maybe it's at the family dinner table, or maybe it's your romantic partner even. Regardless, it's not always the best time to actually yell at someone.

So we wanted to know what are some of the ways we can get the message across without actually saying those two little words that can land us in heaps of trouble.

Reddit users gave us plenty of answers to pull from, with some truly epic mic drops.

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Bullies suck! Why so you have to be cruel? What do you gain from it? At any age, trying to crush another person is so wrong. And coming from someone who was relentlessly bullied, I know of which I speak. So much of the time it feels like ALL the bullies in life seem to pounce for no concrete rhyme or reason. Not that there is ever a good reason to bully, but more often than not, they leave us with a big ole "WHY?" And some inflictions seem really dumb.

Please explain...

Redditor u/likeistoleyourbike wanted to discuss the people who decided to make everyone's lives more difficult, but in odd ways, by asking:

What's the most ridiculous thing you were bullied over and what prompted the bullying?
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To be fair, there are awful people, everywhere. But it does sometimes feel like certain careers and jobs do tend to be brimming with the dregs of humanity; or there are people with next to no humanity. As someone who worked many years in the food service industry I can attest that it seems to be overrun with morons and malicious ne'er-do-wells. And that is just management.

Redditor u/Tatumisgod1022 wanted to know about some career-wise choices by asking... Which professions have the worstpeople?
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I have never understood the idea behind a roast. Even the famous one's from the Friar's Club make no sense to me. I already have enough self-loathing for two lifetimes. The last thing I need is being ridiculed and lambasted during a public flogging. And I have a good sense of humor for sure, but people can be cruel. Why would one open up the opportunity to internet terrorists?

Redditor u/KingKaos420- wanted to hear about that one particular comment that broke the camel's back by asking... People who have posted on r/RoastMe and regretted it, what was the comment that destroyed you?
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Some things just send us into a rage.

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