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post #196 of 294
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Originally Posted by lance konami View Post
Nicely done. I think you should be proud, you did the right thing. Consider the alternative, what if you had done nothing? I assure you you'll never regret "going angry husband" on someone no matter how ungentlemanly you behave, but you will absolutely regret not doing anything at all in situations like that. I get so sick of reading the advice spouted on this board by these asexual dandies, your post is refreshing.

Your situation reminded me of this video, which even if her being hit was accidental, he still did the right thing. Yes he took a substantial risk, but sometimes the risk is worth the reward.


Wait--aren't you the ITG who advocates cheating with your friend's wife?
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post #197 of 294
Any man that grabs your wife's ass deserves what he has coming.

But I can relate with VKK: this IS Athens we're talking about.
post #198 of 294
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Originally Posted by distinctive View Post
In my eyes there is no excuse for this behavior, no "condition" where it is permissible.

Is this thread really still going???

i do no th think the question is if the behaviour of the person who came on to your wife is acceptable or not, i think the agreement is that it was unacceptable, but the diagreemnt comes up with your behaviour you without a violence threated upon you or your wife chose to escalte the sit to physical violence. soem agree with your point of you and other do no, if you did not want discussion why did you post it here?
post #199 of 294
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Originally Posted by scarphe View Post
i do no th think the question is if the behaviour of the person who came on to your wife is acceptable or not, i think the agreement is that it was unacceptable, but the diagreemnt comes up with your behaviour you without a violence threated upon you or your wife chose to escalte the sit to physical violence. soem agree with your point of you and other do no, if you did not want discussion why did you post it here?

cliffs notes, please?
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post #201 of 294
I love that scene. death by pen.
post #202 of 294
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to the perv who groped me on my way home - w4m Date: 2008-07-29, 12:04AM EDT Me: Caucasian, white yoga capris and tan tank top You: Latino, 5'8, in your twenties, sports jersey, short hair, mole on your face. You might have been following me for a while, Mr. Perv, I don't know -- I was on the phone with my mother, venting about my roommate situation (we had to find a new one) and my job search (like, I need a job), when you snuck up behind me, and gently squeezed my ass. Not just the top of my ass, but kinda low, kinda close to my you-know-what, if you know what I mean. You know, even my boyfriend needs permission to get that close, so having a perfect stranger attempt access so suddenly, so completely out of the blue, triggered my fight-or-flight response. And I *fight.* Did it hurt when I grabbed your collar and punched you in the head? I'm a little worried that I didn't get enough momentum in my swing to make you feel it, seeing as I'm kinda short (5'2"). But you must have felt bad when you took off running and I chased you down so easily -- it's not that you're slow, dude, it's just that I run fast, as you might have suspected from the well-muscled form of my posterior, had you been viewing it with its athletic potential in mind. It was all worth it when you realized you couldn't outrun me and so you stopped with your back to me in shame, and I kicked you in your hole. You might not remember, but I said: "Are you sorry? Are you sorry? Say you're sorry!", and you did. That was great. Then I said: "Run on home, you asshole! Run home!" and you did that, too! Ladies, these pervs are cowards who run in fear when confronted with any kind of resistance. They are weak and pathetic. To the two guys who came out of their houses when they heard me yelling -- thank you for being so aware and willing to help out-especially -- Chris, was it? - who walked me home. It's great to know the people here care about the safety of others. Thanks so much. My mom was really worried, because she heard me start swearing and then the phone went dead (I closed it so I could chase the motherf*cker down) and she thought I had been hit by a car. When I told her what happened, she told me not to be so agro, and pointed out that he could of had a knife or something. True. You're right, mom. But you're unlucky if you're from this neighborhood, Mr. Perv. Cause I'm here ALL THE TIME (no job, remember?) and next time I'll MACE YOUR FACE.
post #203 of 294
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Originally Posted by acidicboy View Post
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post #204 of 294
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post

There are too many crazy people out there to start fights with strangers IMO, especially drunk ones. The guy could have carried a knife, a gun - who knows...

+1

However: I can understand your reaction and you don't have to worry about it.
post #205 of 294
Slow down in this moments because there are a lot of crazy guys out there. Okay, Athens is not known for cruel crime but who knows before?

At least you're right but for the next time; order some Ouzo for all and show your wife why she's a woman at home...
post #206 of 294
It's not that the guys are crazy, but they're horny as fuck. Man, I miss Athens.
post #207 of 294
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Originally Posted by Charles55 View Post
Slow down in this moments because there are a lot of crazy guys out there. Okay, Athens is not known for cruel crime but who knows before?

At least you're right but for the next time; order some Ouzo for all and show your wife why she's a woman at home...

Wrong Athens...

Or I should say, other Athens

K
post #208 of 294
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
Reminds me of last night's episode of the Life of Tim on HBO

hahahaha... i was thinking the same thing... i love that show
post #209 of 294
One good thing about judo is that I've been able to use moves in public that make it look like the other guy attacked first. I once just as a guy was using both his arms to give me a forceful shove, I used a variation of the yoko otoshi (side drop) to pull the guy on top of me. At the last minute, I twisted my body to allow him the full experience of gravity, acceleration and a concrete. From the POV of the witnesses, and also the police who came minutes later, it totally appeared like he was the aggressor and instigator.
post #210 of 294
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Originally Posted by VKK3450 View Post
Let me get this straight,

you went out to a bar...

in Athens, a notorious college partytown...

and a hell of a meatmarket...

after a big game...

and you threw a guy into the bar because he grabbed your admittedly drama queen wife's ass?

If you and your wife are that sensitive then you probably dont need to put yourself in those kinds of environments. I'm not condoning guys molesting your wife or any women, but ass grabbing in those situations is something that happens in college town bars. Guys grab girls asses. Girls grab guys asses. Everyone dances and does another shot.

At least those were the kind of college bars I used to hang out in when going to visit friends in Athens. Maybe you were in some grown up bar where more civilized behaviour would be expected, but if dudes were drinking PBR and watchin the game then it doesnt sound like it to me.

K
Are you serious?
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