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If you make good friends, you can avoid these types of scenarios. However, there are times when the situation was out of your control. For example, a friend of mine had to landscape his back yard for his house, so he called a company to delivery a lot of top soil. As the driver was driving back to the house, he hit my friends house and damaged a pipeline. The driver claimed it wasn't his fault and said he wouldn't pay for the damages. When things like this happen, we use the court system to get payment. But my friend was so angry because they were not accepting fault. Here are some of the things I heard."I was so pissed for a couple of weeks. During that time, I thought of twenty different ways I could hurt his business.""I'm going to screw with him so much."
In the end, everything worked out. They went to court and my friend won.
There are a couple of other emotions that are similar to being angry. I'll cover some of them here."I'm so frustrated.""It's so frustrating working with him.""I was so frustrated, I stopped caring about the outcome.""He gets frustrated pretty easily.""It's easy to get frustrated when things are not fair.""I'm not really mad, just a little disappointed.""That really hurt me. I'm so disappointed.""I'm really disappointed in you. I didn't know you could stoop to that level."
In boxing, a low blow is a hit below the belt that is considered unfair. The term low blow became widely used when someone did something unfair. Here are some sentences to give you an idea."That was low.""I can't believe Jackie would do something so low."
Now that we know what low means, stooping to that level means to do something that is low. You are basically lowering yourself to perform a bad or unfair task.