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I think I just lost a fight.

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by mehhhh, Mar 6, 2011.

  1. BarrelMaker

    BarrelMaker Senior member

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    You only miss your white horse and a shiny armor... Come on, at first - how do you even know if the girl told the truth? Second, why punch him out and not report it to the police?

    If you were not drunk then there is no excuse...



    acopcallersayswhat
     
  2. Contingency Plan

    Contingency Plan Senior member

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    white knighting.

    Sounds like some filthy urban dictionary sex act
     
  3. Joenobody0

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    Sounds like some filthy urban dictionary sex act

    Yes! It could be like getting knighted (sword tap on each shoulder), but with jizz.
     
  4. robertorex

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    Yes! It could be like getting knighted (sword tap on each shoulder), but with jizz.

    Good one.
     
  5. teddieriley

    teddieriley Senior member

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    Wait, you smell that?
    So I was at this party with my bros, but I had to stay sober because I was the designated driver. Man, that party was packed. There were so many drunk skank hoes up in there acting stupid, it was ridiculous. It was so crowded in fact, chicks and dudes were rubbing up against my arms in the hallways. It was kind of gross.

    So after about 1 am, this drunk dude starts screaming belligerently at me. He was a bit taller and skinner than me. I didn't know what he was saying at first, then he threw a left punch right at my face. I threw up my hand to deflect the punch. I think I hit him in the head a couple of times simply iby throwing up my arms to get space between us and he came towards me. He threw a few wild punches - they were so off I actually wondered if he was blind. There were so many people, and despite them trying to form a circle and clear the way, I ended up falling on top of the guy and got in some good shots. I tried to get up, but the idiot just pulled me down and I fell side ways. Dudes at the party pulled him off, and I told him to back off since I didn't want to hurt him (I still thought he was blind at this point). We ended up outside, the party was broken up, and he was screaming some asinine thing about being a sex offender. Completely absurd. Whatever, he totally lost that fight. What a loser.
     
  6. Unregistered

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    I was drunk, and furious. I rarely get mad or aggressive. I think that the only way for me to have avoided an altercation was to have not gone back. I knew other drunk girls there and didn't feel that just going home was an option.

    Why were you drunk and driving?
     
  7. sho'nuff

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    So I was at this party with my bros, but I had to stay sober because I was the designated driver. Man, that party was packed. There were so many drunk skank hoes up in there acting stupid, it was ridiculous. It was so crowded in fact, chicks and dudes were rubbing up against my arms in the hallways. It was kind of gross.

    So after about 1 am, this drunk dude starts screaming belligerently at me. He was a bit taller and skinner than me. I didn't know what he was saying at first, then he threw a left punch right at my face. I threw up my hand to deflect the punch. I think I hit him in the head a couple of times simply iby throwing up my arms to get space between us and he came towards me. He threw a few wild punches - they were so off I actually wondered if he was blind. There were so many people, and despite them trying to form a circle and clear the way, I ended up falling on top of the guy and got in some good shots. I tried to get up, but the idiot just pulled me down and I fell side ways. Dudes at the party pulled him off, and I told him to back off since I didn't want to hurt him (I still thought he was blind at this point). We ended up outside, the party was broken up, and he was screaming some asinine thing about being a sex offender. Completely absurd. Whatever, he totally lost that fight. What a loser.


    im with you man. i hope you werent wearing the paisley tie i sold you.
     
  8. JLibourel

    JLibourel Senior member

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    Let me get this straight: A drunk girl at LINGERIE PARTY, f'r chrissake, gets felt up, and this is a cause for outrage? I wonder what the cops' reaction to all this would have been had they been summoned, as some posters have suggested.

    Given the OP's description of his attire, I am assuming "lingerie party" meant one in which the partiers wore undergarments, not one where lingerie was sold, on the order of a Tupperware party in days of yore. (Do they still have those things?)
     
  9. Fraiche

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    I assume OP is trying to pursue this girl and knows her somewhat well.

    If not, this was incredibly stupid.

    Driving drunk is never ever a good idea unless she's inviting you and a girlfriend over.
     
  10. globetrotter

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    Let me get this straight: A drunk girl at LINGERIE PARTY, f'r chrissake, gets felt up, and this is a cause for outrage? I wonder what the cops' reaction to all this would have been had they been summoned, as some posters have suggested.

    Given the OP's description of his attire, I am assuming "lingerie party" meant one in which the partiers wore undergarments, not one where lingerie was sold, on the order of a Tupperware party in days of yore. (Do they still have those things?)


    yeah, Jan, makes me feel old. if a girl got drunk and passed out at a party when I was a kid, somebody probably would have driver her home and fucked her, and everybody would consider it pretty fair. as a father of a son and daughters, I am conflicted on the changes
     
  11. JLibourel

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    ^I think the fact the girl was wearing lingerie and seemingly nothing else puts the matter into a different dimension. I mean, having too much to drink at party is something most of us have done in our wayward youth. A "lingerie party" sounds more like a borderline orgy--at least to this old fud!
     
  12. M. Bardamu

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    I look forward to you two finding out about "no means no" in, oh, 20 years.
     
  13. JLibourel

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    ^Guys who take this "no means no" business too seriously get laid a lot less often than those who don't!

    A certain amount of coy resistance is inherent in female sexuality, I think--and I don't just mean human females.

    A harsh, firm "NO!", and, yeah, I'd probably back off. A tremulous "no-o-oh," and I'd keep pressing on.
     
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    I look forward to you two finding out about "no means no" in, oh, 20 years.

    hey, I'm not saying it was a better time in history, but that's the way it was.
     
  15. M. Bardamu

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    ^Guys who take this "no means no" business too seriously get laid a lot less often than those who don't!

    A certain amount of coy resistance is inherent in female sexuality, I think--and I don't just mean human females.

    A harsh, firm "NO!", and, yeah, I'd probably back off. A tremulous "no-o-oh," and I'd keep pressing on.


    I never had to drug a girl or take advantage of a passed-out one to get laid. If they wanted to fuck me, they said so...when they were sober. Infinitely more of a turn-on for me, but I understand if some guys like humping what feels like a semi-deflated waterbed, especially if it's all they can get.

    EDIT: Although I'll concede, as I hope you will, that there is an ocean of difference between a) girls in a relatively "uncompromised" state saying no, and you asking again...and possibly again, versus b) girls who are incoherent, vomiting and/or passed-out being unable to fend you off, and you taking that as a green light. You being the proverbial you.
     
  16. JLibourel

    JLibourel Senior member

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    ^Me being the proverbial me, I never found puking-drunk women in the least bit sexually appealing, even if they were clad in nothing but skimpy lingerie. Not iGent-fastidious in my choice of women, but I did have some standards!
     
  17. acidboy

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    ^ Jan, I've always assumed your lowest, living-under-a-rock, beer goggle standards are still high compared to most guys.
     
  18. teddieriley

    teddieriley Senior member

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    Wait, you smell that?
    im with you man. i hope you werent wearing the paisley tie i sold you.

    Man, it's so thick, I hardly wear it anymore. I'm a fan of unlined these days and multifolds are over rated.
     
  19. ALFAMALE

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    Yeah. That's right. I've been on perhaps the losing end of a physical brawl. Anyone who's ever been involved in one of these knows that without film or bystander input, it's impossible to know what happened. But I think I lost. But 'losing' is hard to define in this situation. Physically losing the fight, possibly. But simply starting the fight in this situation may have been a victory. Allow me to explain. I drove an extremely, extremely drunk 21 year old girl home from a party. On the way, between moans of pain and vomiting out of my window, she told me that a guy at the party had touched her while she was drunkenly passed out in the bathroom. And I don't mean he massaged her shoulders or held her hair back, either. She was crying. Wouldn't give details. I went back to the party after dropping her off with good friends, and the fight ensued. I made sure everyone knew what the impetus for the physical altercation was, but I think that I lost. I might have landed one solid left. I'm a southpaw, so that counts. I threw maybe 5, 6 punches. Found myself on the ground quickly, tried to hit the guy in the balls. People were holding me down. I got free, up, and threw a mostly full beer at the retreating sex offender, who continued insisting that he 'didn't want to hurt me', and backing up. I think he was sober. He got out of the way and some randoms got me out of the door. Party over, everyone leaves, and everyone hears my outrageously loud verbal accusations about this guy being an effing sex offender. Nobody hit me. At the very least he felt awkward in the aftermath. I lost my keys in the action and had to call a friend to drive me home. So, did I lose? [​IMG]
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  20. Unregistered

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    I'm really surprised and appalled that no one has picked up that he drove her home drunk. Unless he drove her home. Drove back to the party. Got wasted. Then acted like an idiot. [​IMG]
     

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