I Don't Understand Screaming at other Humans

If you've ever been to a concert, you've seen (and heard) people scream at the top of their lungs when they see their favorite music star walk out on stage.

People screaming at the Beatles.

I've never had that urge, and I hope I never do. It seems like a psychological illness to see another human being and decide to create the loudest most obnoxious noise possible.

Screaming people have the same reaction to famous people and chainsaw murderers. To me, if you have the same reaction to a human you like and one that is about to kill you, you need to rethink your life.

Imagine if people screamed non-celebrities in random situations.

This scene takes place in the middle of a business meeting about to start. Fred and ten other executives sit around with briefcases and business attire. Bill walks in at just the last moment and closes the door behind him.

"Hi Bill." said Fred, extending his hand, sitting in the leather seat next to the one Bill slid into smoothly.

"AAAAAAAAAAAAAH." screamed Bill casually as he shook Fred's hand.

End scene.