The Hammers have taken some hammerings this term and fiery boss Bilic has had to dish out some harsh half-time truths, some of which have come at a cost.
"Everything I do, whether before a game or half-time, I do it deliberately," he revealed.
"Even if I want to smash a table a little bit or whatever, I do it with a plan. Sometimes they are calm, sometimes they are less calm. But that's the way I do it. So yes, I've had my moments.
"How many tables have I got through? We have to go to IKEA!"
West Ham head to rock-bottom Sunderland on Saturday knowing victory should be enough to banish any lingering relegation fears.
The Hammers have been as high as ninth this term but a horror run of five straight defeats left them just five points above the drop zone until last weekend's win over Swansea.
"It has been a roller coaster," added Bilic. "Not a steady season, but up and down. Bad runs, good runs, and now hopefully it's time for a good run.
"We have to finish well and then, hopefully, be in a situation to look at the season and say, 'Yeah, we've been through a lot' and gain from the experience. It's a great thing for the next one."
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