I have been wondering about how many people just don't like to get into fights but kick *ing ass when they are in one?I can't stand this one guy, fat and stupid, while he talks about people being gay including me. I get him pissed sometimes so he comes over (usually on bus) and shoves me into the seat with his legs on the seat across the lane.Simply put, bad mistake. I took his head and put him in the sleeper hold. After about half a minute (yeah, he's really annoying) he finally is out cold. I took him over my shoulder and dragged him to the front and asked Carl (the driver) to make sure he wakes up, if not to kick him out. I set him in front of the door, leaning on it dependantly. The bus stopped and everyone flooded off and the door flung open (one that doesn't fold) while he landed flat on his face.Anyone have these sort of conflicts? I can't stand them since it always ends up with me dragging him away (and god is he heavy.)Tell me about your conflits.
Um, well, I am referring to the verbal, yelling sort of conflict- yeah, I hate them. I will make my point but when I feel too overwhelmed I leave. I also try to stop other people's fights, but that pretty much never works. SIDE NOTE: To me, debating and arguing is different than a shouting match, and are pretty much okay.
It's your thing, do what you wanna do. I can't tell you who to sock it to.
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Sorry but does anyone else see similarities in 3 threads in the forum? Either people love making up stories or our youth is in need of some help and self control.To the OP I've said it once and I say it again..self control. Now if you were going to defend yourself choking certainly isn't the way to do it.
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