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41. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 14:37 BST
I've been in one fight in 3rd grade. I got into a fight with a friend of mine and he punched me in the eye so ard, my eyelid became deformed (it's a little bit bigger and redder than my other one) but nobody ever realy wins a school fight. I just punched him back in the stomach than a teacher broke it up.
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42. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 14:42 BST
AlexSays wrote:Huh?A war is basically a fight of bigger proportions. And wars end, as do fights.The United States and Germany stopped fighting more than half a century ago. Someone won.Aren't you forgetting some other countries involved?
Huh?A war is basically a fight of bigger proportions. And wars end, as do fights.The United States and Germany stopped fighting more than half a century ago. Someone won.
Huh?A war is basically a fight of bigger proportions. And wars end, as do fights.
The United States and Germany stopped fighting more than half a century ago. Someone won.
Aren't you forgetting some other countries involved?
I named the important one.
How many countries are there besides the great US of A anyway?
I just remember most places like this:
43. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 14:43 BST
@AlexSays-LOL at the map!
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44. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 15:03 BST
@Alexsays- Quite alot actually, but it's all a matter of opinion.
Edited on Sun 26th July, 2009 @ 15:04 by MoogleMuffins
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45. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 15:13 BST
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46. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 15:22 BST
But Power Also has weaknesses it slows the thrower down the more strength/power they use each punch kick etc. Causing them to use more energy they have to use trying to hit there opponent.
LOL NOOO thats not true in many many cases, like i said, brock lesnar, current ufc champion, has a lot less training than most guys (he became the champ in only 4 matches) but he had sooo much power at 6'2 275 bound And when he fights with all this power, he doesnt get tired because hes fit. Being strong and big doesnt mean youre bound to lose because your a tank. If they get tired faster its because they have poor conditioning for their own personal physique (theyre not fit for their own bodies, thats something you do have control of) but otherwise no being big and tuff doesnt mean youre gonna get tired or lose a lot.
Lol the bigger they are the harder they fall...i wish that came true when i wrestled a 6'6 guy in school (it was for fun but ill tell u im 5'6 and trust me, that quote did not come to light lol)
Edited on Sun 26th July, 2009 @ 15:22 by Modern_Legend
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47. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 15:25 BST
School fights don't count!
I don't start fights ever, but I've had my fair share of victories and beatings. The beatings were usually when I'm outnumbered, one guy n his 'crew' really messed me up and left me for dead, 2 months later, I returned the favor. Fortunately we don't live near each other anymore as we just used to kick off if we bumped into one another. He had me at knife point that coward and pierced the skin, again, I made him pay without the use of a blade.
And there was some guy who reckoned I stole his bird, but he was a crazy deluded drug dealer who she didn't want anything to do with, so I took the beating, but he left me with just enough energy to pick up a brick, the fool.
I could go on but its not very nice really is it.
Edited on Sun 26th July, 2009 @ 15:26 by Machu
48. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 17:58 BST
...yes they do lol, a fight is a fight, doesnt matter if you're wearing boxing gloves, a white T, a uniform, a dress shirt lol come on man xD be real its still a pointless scrap no matter where it is. Lol nice cheap brick shot u must have had at the end though lol.
49. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 18:07 BST
Nice map! I live in "Hockey" yay!OK about the fight thing, I've been in a few scraps, mostly pushy shovey crap in high school, but there was this one that always stood out. here's the go: I was in the locker room and I heard from the side the shower go on, and not knowing there was anyone in there, I looked over. This guy, whose name I shall not change from Zack, sees me look over and says "what the F*** are you looking at?" So I ignored him and left. Well I guess Mr. Homophobe decided to follow me around at lunch calling me names and stuff, which I ignored. Then he starts the shoving crap, which I ignored. Keeping in mind that I am not a big guy, I finally get sick of him, so I spin around and punch him right in the jaw, and he's down. Well of course the VP walked around the corner at just that moment. Guess who got suspended? I also got into a few small brawls while I was in the army, but nobody really got hurt. 'nuff said.
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50. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 18:10 BST
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51. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 19:56 BST
I got into fights two or three times a month in my second and third years of high school. I went to high school in a wealthier area but my family was rather poor (not super poor, but you get my drift) and that's all the incentive the other kids needed. My group of friends (the other poor kids-we were fairly ostracized) and I would constantly get harassed walking home after school by any number of classmates. We dished it out but the numbers usually meant we took more. Luckily I went to a much better school my senior year.
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52. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 19:57 BST
@alexsaysThat's a pretty awesome map.
53. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 20:03 BST
@DaDun: Yeah that was horrible, I couldn't see through my own blood, don't think I'm proud.
And I only knocked school-fights cos they always seemed to get interrupted just as they were getting interesting.
54. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 20:10 BST
Please don't glorify Brock Lesnar for any reason. His antics a couple weeks ago seriously pooped on UFC's credibility as a sport. My dad now refers to it as Pro Wrestling 2.
And my worst ass-kicking was a school fight....3 seniors catching my sophomore self between classes...I elbowed a dude right off the bat, but trying to key in on 3 people is pretty difficult when doing it for the first time....needless to say, once one person grabbed me and I couldn't immediately get out, it was pretty much older....and Machu, I feel you on the blood thing. I had to get up after being down feeling like the world just shat in my chest, and walk to the nurse's office pouring blood, encountering 3 or 4 shocked/mortified kids in the hall. Wasn't a pretty experience...not to mention ruining my at-the-time-favorite Structure shirt.
To be fair though, 2 weekends prior I was talking indiscriminate, borderline-racist drunk-16-year-old crap to these guys for seriously about an hour, who were hispanic and scary looking. The things people do to try to look cool to strangers. We learn from our mistakes, don't we?
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55. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 20:19 BST
"I was talking indiscriminate, borderline-racist drunk-16-year-old crap to these guys for seriously about an hour, who were hispanic and scary looking."
That's just beautiful, I laughed out loud!
56. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 20:51 BST
Lol wonder if your dad would tell him that to his face lol
Anyway if not him, look at others, chic kongo (or however u spell his name), chuck liddel, george foreman, ali, tyson (hes still big weight wise, and to me 5'11 is big size wise), tito ortiz, etc. Light-heavy weight to heavy weight people who are big and still have great conditioning not to get tired easily. All im saying is even as a short person like me i still disagree that the bigger you are the slower and more prone to exhaustion you are. Thats wrong, your conditioning is what lets u keep chugging, not your size.
57. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 20:53 BST
@DaDun: Yeah that was horrible, I couldn't see through my own blood, don't think I'm proud.And I only knocked school-fights cos they always seemed to get interrupted just as they were getting interesting.
lol ya i hear u, i actually break up a lot of real fights, since i dont like blood xD, but wrestling and no face shots things are great in the locker room after school. Teachers dont come in the locker room and no one really gets hurt.
58. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 21:08 BST
Bob Sapp would mop the ring with Brock, sorry. And he'd deserve it for that crap he pulled a few weeks ago. Pro Wrestling 2, indeed. Too bad there's an upper weight limit, Sapp would have to drop 100lbs of muscle to get into UFC. Animal.
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59. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 21:18 BST
I miss Pride......
60. Posted: Sun 26th Jul 2009 21:21 BST
I ROFL'd at that map Alex. Wow.
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