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Some dude grabbed my wife's ass

Discussion in 'Social Life, Food & Drink, Travel' started by distinctive, Oct 13, 2008.

  1. whiteslashasian

    whiteslashasian Senior member

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    Haha, the thread still lives! I remember this was one of the first threads I read on this Social sub forum.

    Oddly enough I found myself in sort of similar situation this last weekend. I was at some crappy club/lounge called Katra for my girlfriend friend's birthday party. Decent mix of people although quite crowded, place was dark, drinks were expensive, and the DJ really sucked.

    Girlfriend was dressed VERY nicely and had dolled herself up in makeup which she rarely does. She went to the restroom while I was at the other end of the place, near the table talking to some new acquaintances. Apparently on her way there a black guy (she didn't get a great look) grabbed her ass. Not just brushing it or touching it, but full on grabbed her butt. When she came back from the ladies room she was visibly upset and told me about it. I asked her if she knew who it was or could point him out to me which she said she could not. I was pretty angry about it but not enough to walk up to random guys asking if they had grabbed my girlfriend's behind.

    I'm a pretty tall and strong guy but to be honest, even if she did pick out the asshole, I probably would have just made some verbally scathing comments at the most. No sense in getting the place all riled up, embarrassing her friend/birthday party group, getting into a fist fight, and possibly shot/stabbed/hit with a chair etc. The smart thing would probably be to talk to management about it; sexual assault, police, etc and ask them to remove the offending party.

    TL;DR No need for fisticuffs.
     
  2. Bhowie

    Bhowie Senior member

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    Let it die already.
     
  3. Neo_Version 7

    Neo_Version 7 Senior member

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    This thread has to live. I'll never marry but I'd be comforted at the idea that this thread might be here if I ever do.
     
  4. sloane3

    sloane3 Senior member

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    Haha, the thread still lives! I remember this was one of the first threads I read on this Social sub forum.

    Oddly enough I found myself in sort of similar situation this last weekend. I was at some crappy club/lounge called Katra for my girlfriend friend's birthday party. Decent mix of people although quite crowded, place was dark, drinks were expensive, and the DJ really sucked.

    Girlfriend was dressed VERY nicely and had dolled herself up in makeup which she rarely does. She went to the restroom while I was at the other end of the place, near the table talking to some new acquaintances. Apparently on her way there a black guy (she didn't get a great look) grabbed her ass. Not just brushing it or touching it, but full on grabbed her butt. When she came back from the ladies room she was visibly upset and told me about it. I asked her if she knew who it was or could point him out to me which she said she could not. I was pretty angry about it but not enough to walk up to random guys asking if they had grabbed my girlfriend's behind.

    I'm a pretty tall and strong guy but to be honest, even if she did pick out the asshole, I probably would have just made some verbally scathing comments at the most. No sense in getting the place all riled up, embarrassing her friend/birthday party group, getting into a fist fight, and possibly shot/stabbed/hit with a chair etc. The smart thing would probably be to talk to management about it; sexual assault, police, etc and ask them to remove the offending party.

    TL;DR No need for fisticuffs.


    Why? Because he's black?
     
  5. distinctive

    distinctive Senior member

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    Sweet Lincoln's mullet, this thread is still alive and strong
     
  6. randallr

    randallr Senior member

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    Sweet Lincoln's mullet, this thread is still alive and strong

    lol
     
  7. whiteslashasian

    whiteslashasian Senior member

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    Why? Because he's black?

    Not at all.

    It was mentioned earlier that you never know if someone has a weapon on them. Just because he's black in my case didn't cause me to believe that it would be more likely, it's just a risk I'd like to avoid no matter the situation.

    Now if this were a duel, pistols at 20 paces, then I'd be up for it. I'm a damn good shot[​IMG]
     
  8. Mr.Pinchy

    Mr.Pinchy Senior member

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    Wow, this one's still going. I say the OP should just pay it forward. Grab some other guy's wife's ass and see what he does to you. Actually, grab an assortment of wife asses. Take note of what each guy does to you and make generalizations from there. That way you'll know if you handled it correctly.

    +10
     
  9. Alpha Male

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    It's amazing how many beta males are posting in this thread. If someone keyed your car, would you just shrug your shoulders and walk away? Or what if some douche stepped on your brand new Edward Green shoes? Violence is almost always the proper response when someone commits trespass to your chattels. Why then should the original poster allow some douchebag to violate what is perhaps one of the five most important pieces of tangible personal property he owns...something that is arguably on par with car, shoes, and watch?
     
  10. dopey

    dopey Senior member Dubiously Honored

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    It's amazing how many beta males are posting in this thread. If someone keyed your car, would you just shrug your shoulders and walk away? Or what if some douche stepped on your brand new Edward Green shoes? Violence is almost always the proper response when someone commits trespass to your chattels. Why then should the original poster allow some douchebag to violate what is perhaps one of the five most important pieces of tangible personal property he owns...something that is arguably on par with car, shoes, and watch?

    werd
     
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    It's amazing how many beta males are posting in this thread. If someone keyed your car, would you just shrug your shoulders and walk away? Or what if some douche stepped on your brand new Edward Green shoes? Violence is almost always the proper response when someone commits trespass to your chattels. Why then should the original poster allow some douchebag to violate what is perhaps one of the five most important pieces of tangible personal property he owns...something that is arguably on par with car, shoes, and watch?

    lol..
     
  12. Bring The Noise

    Bring The Noise Senior member

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    It's amazing how many beta males are posting in this thread. If someone keyed your car, would you just shrug your shoulders and walk away? Or what if some douche stepped on your brand new Edward Green shoes? Violence is almost always the proper response when someone commits trespass to your chattels. Why then should the original poster allow some douchebag to violate what is perhaps one of the five most important pieces of tangible personal property he owns...something that is arguably on par with car, shoes, and watch?

    quoted for awesomeness.
     
  13. j

    j Senior member Admin

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    It's amazing how many beta males are posting in this thread. If someone keyed your car, would you just shrug your shoulders and walk away? Or what if some douche stepped on your brand new Edward Green shoes? Violence is almost always the proper response when someone commits trespass to your chattels. Why then should the original poster allow some douchebag to violate what is perhaps one of the five most important pieces of tangible personal property he owns...something that is arguably on par with car, shoes, and watch?
    Thank Tyler you're here to save us
     
  14. TyroneFig

    TyroneFig Senior member

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    Reminds me of last night's episode of the Life of Tim on HBO

    THIS. This would have shown him how disrespectful it is. As odd as that sounds
     
  15. ryansmith

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    No seriously, this isn't New York and for the most part...people are really cool here.
    What does this mean?
     
  16. mr monty

    mr monty Senior member

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    A grab won't hurt a nice ass. They usually bounce back in place. [​IMG] More important, did you scuff your high quality dress shoes?[​IMG]
    Now that would call for a body slam[​IMG]
     
  17. Monaco

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    I was in the airport once about to fly in half an hour to China, a couple of drunk rednecks (they really were, and I have no idea what they're doing in the airport, they most certainly did not belong there) turned around and started hollerin at my...godmother. Granted my godmother is very young and stylish in her late 30's, did not understand what they were saying but it got me so fueled up I was ready to go to town on these fools. Then I thought about the consequences, I just paid over a grand for a plane ticket that takes off in half an hour and I'm going to get arrested by the TSA? no thanks.

    I guess the moral of this all is to just think about the ends and if what you're really about to do is worth it when you look at the big picture.
     
  18. swooc

    swooc Senior member

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    i had to read that twice cause the first time i read it as grandmother [​IMG].
     
  19. AnGeLiCbOrIs

    AnGeLiCbOrIs Senior member

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    i had to read that twice cause the first time i read it as grandmother [​IMG].

    Me too.
     
  20. leftover_salmon

    leftover_salmon Senior member

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    I've been involved in a nearly identical situation. My (very drunk) friend grabbed this woman's ass and her husband noticed her freaking out about it. It ended with my friend in the hospital with a broken nose. He didn't even get a punch in.
     

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