Non Linguistic Contextual cues can totally change the Locutionary content of a linguistic message.
Furthermore, her facial expression, (lips drawn back, teeth bared and nostrils flared) also seemed to run contrary to the locutionary content. But what began to convince me was the gestural motions she made with her clenched hand and extended finger that appeared to me more aggressive than concilliatory.
Paralinguistic Aspects: There were curious auditory cues also which I detected.
Her vocal quality possessed a notable hissing demeanor; the intensity of her voice was so great that a man three blocks away turned and apologized; her prosody was strictly monotone with her articulation drawn out to three times the normal speed; and her fluency was notably off, since she blocked on the word "sorry" for 30 seconds. Of course, I immediately asked her to marry me and she accepted.