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post #21 of 70 (permalink) Old 07-05-2014, 05:30 AM Thread Starter
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I think I've struck women 4-5 times in my life with the intent to cause damage. They were all warranted imo.

Soccer kicked a girl in the face as hard as I could when I was a 6th grader. She had bit me on the back hard enough to leave a scar I still carry.

Slapped the absolute shit out of a girl that kicked me in the nuts when I was 23 or so. More of a palm punch than a slap really. Followed it up with another tbh

If a woman wants to act like a man she should be treated like a man. I'm in no way for abusing women but if someone takes disrespect to a physical level than they should be dealt with no matter who it is.

I can't agree with what you have done but i respect that you're honest enough to tell us.


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I think I've struck women 4-5 times in my life with the intent to cause damage. They were all warranted imo.

Soccer kicked a girl in the face as hard as I could when I was a 6th grader. She had bit me on the back hard enough to leave a scar I still carry.

Slapped the absolute shit out of a girl that kicked me in the nuts when I was 23 or so. More of a palm punch than a slap really. Followed it up with another tbh

If a woman wants to act like a man she should be treated like a man. I'm in no way for abusing women but if someone takes disrespect to a physical level than they should be dealt with no matter who it is.


If we're going back to sixth grade then so did I
I remember I once threw a remote controller on a girl and then followed it up with a flying knee
I was like 8 or something. But very technical
That was probably the last time .

And getting kicked in the nuts??
I had by fair share if that. But I never attacked them. Still thinking about it. It would've been nice to throw a wield kick or something
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I can't agree with what you have done but i respect that you're honest enough to tell us.

What is there to respect? Its not like he feels guilty or ashamed about it...

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What is there to respect? Its not like he feels guilty or ashamed about it...
If you need me to answer that, you're possibly disconnected from what are social norms.

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If you need me to answer that, you're possibly disconnected from what are social norms.
If i do something i am not guilty or ashamed about, it would not take bravery or guts to be honest about it in this format, therefore there is no reason to have respect for me.

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If i do something i am not guilty or ashamed about, it would not take bravery or guts to be honest about it in this format, therefore there is no reason to have respect for me.
It's not about guilt or shame, It's about cultural norms and peer-pressure.

Many neo-Nazi's do not feel guilty or ashamed to hate foreigners but don't freely advertise it in public either for fear of backlash.

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It's not about guilt or shame, It's about cultural norms and peer-pressure.

Many neo-Nazi's do not feel guilty or ashamed to hate foreigners but don't freely advertise it in public either for fear of backlash.
I feel cultural norms and peer-pressure weigh heavily on peoples decision to speak up in most circumstances.

An anonymous internet forum is not one of those circumstances....

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I feel cultural norms and peer-pressure weigh heavily on peoples decision to speak up in most circumstances.

An anonymous internet forum is not one of those circumstances....
Regardless, I (me) can appreciate that Rusty (IP address logged) has been honest enough to share his experiences however unsavoury they might be.

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What is there to respect? Its not like he feels guilty or ashamed about it...
Why would I be ashamed or feel guilty about it? In the first line of the paragraph I mentioned that in my opinion it was warranted
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