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Old 06-07-2010, 11:18 PM
 
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Guy 1 if he is being attacked by a woman (no weapons, just hands/fists) would try and hold her wrists to stop her, but never hit her back.

Guy 2 if he is being attacked by a woman (no weapons, just hands/fists) would hit her back to stop her then argue that if she can do it, he can too.

YES YES I know no healthy relationship involves physical violence, but the question is hypothetical.

A few months ago one of my best (male) friends told me he hit a girl in the stomach because she refused to leave his house. He had struggled to get her to leave for hours beforehand until he finally lashed out. I have been uncomfortable around him ever since, but he keeps saying if she can do it, what was I supposed to do? I just want to know more opinions.
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Old 06-07-2010, 11:23 PM
 
Location: Wherever women are
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Attack your manboy and let us know what happens
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Old 06-07-2010, 11:25 PM
 
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Once was attacked by an ex with a full-sized summer sausage. At first it hurt, but you learn to embrace it.
Geez Jack!
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Old 06-07-2010, 11:28 PM
 
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Guy 1 if he is being attacked by a woman (no weapons, just hands/fists) would try and hold her wrists to stop her, but never hit her back.

Guy 2 if he is being attacked by a woman (no weapons, just hands/fists) would hit her back to stop her then argue that if she can do it, he can too.

YES YES I know no healthy relationship involves physical violence, but the question is hypothetical.

A few months ago one of my best (male) friends told me he hit a girl in the stomach because she refused to leave his house. He had struggled to get her to leave for hours beforehand until he finally lashed out. I have been uncomfortable around him ever since, but he keeps saying if she can do it, what was I supposed to do? I just want to know more opinions.
Back off and walk away! Rugged men hit very hard!
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Old 06-07-2010, 11:29 PM
 
Location: Chicago
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We were having an argument and she went too far. She made a comment along the lines of "your loser father couldn't keep a relationship together and you can't either!". When I was around 11, my parents got divorced and fought for custody. My dad wanted me and my brother because he genuinely loved us. My mom wanted us just to spite my dad. She won, and my dad kinda lost it over the decades.

This was too far for me. I had never, EVER hit a girl before, but it happened so fast I didn't even know I did it.

Basically, I cocked my fist back, and flew it straight into her nose. I thought it would be like the movies where she would get a little trickle of blood. It wasn't. Her nose EXPLODED. I think I must of broken a bunch of cartilage or something because blood shot out of both her nostrils, got all over me, got all over the floor. She staggered backwards, hit her head hard enough on the wall to leave a dent, and slumped down.

We were both stunned for about 10 seconds before she started crying hysterically and ran into my room and locked the door. So I went to wash my hands, and while I was in the bathroom I heard her run out of the house and take off in her car. So later I went home and broke down in tears.. My mom came in the room and when she heard about the story she got scared and said your moving with your auntie and uncle in bel air. I whistled for a cab and when it came near the license plate said fresh and had dice in the mirror.
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Old 06-07-2010, 11:30 PM
 
Location: NH
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Guy 1 if he is being attacked by a woman (no weapons, just hands/fists) would try and hold her wrists to stop her, but never hit her back.

Guy 2 if he is being attacked by a woman (no weapons, just hands/fists) would hit her back to stop her then argue that if she can do it, he can too.

YES YES I know no healthy relationship involves physical violence, but the question is hypothetical.

A few months ago one of my best (male) friends told me he hit a girl in the stomach because she refused to leave his house. He had struggled to get her to leave for hours beforehand until he finally lashed out. I have been uncomfortable around him ever since, but he keeps saying if she can do it, what was I supposed to do? I just want to know more opinions.
You take out a cell phone, press 9-1-1, then hit send and talk to the dispatcher.

Problem solved in 2-15 minutes, depending on your city's response time.

Then you buckle down and find a better choice of friends.
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Old 06-07-2010, 11:34 PM
 
Location: Tucson
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Once was attacked by an ex with a full-sized summer sausage. At first it hurt, but you learn to embrace it.
Sounds interesting... The Crying Game, huh...?! Good thing you learned to embrace it!
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Old 06-08-2010, 12:15 AM
 
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So to answer my question... are you guy 1 or guy 2?
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Old 06-08-2010, 12:20 AM
 
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So to answer my question... are you guy 1 or guy 2?
Neither, I would get out of that situation ASAP and wear her down that way! The chances are too great of someone getting hurt and most guys don't want that!
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Old 06-08-2010, 12:34 AM
 
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Sounds like the girl is a nutcase, dude needs to leave her right away.
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