Same here, I think last night proved I'm a little too easy going. That's the first time I'd been any sort of physical confrontation in a bar/club, and I'm fairly happy with how I handled it. I probably should have smashed him, but I don't see the point of getting kicked out over that ****. It just happened so fast, and when you're a little drunk it takes a little while to react. He obviously has a massive chip on his shoulder and thinks it makes him look big randomly punching dudes. He did not look too impressed when I was just laughing at him after taking his punches though, judging by his reaction no-one's done that to him before. He had 5/6 mates with him, and my buddy squared up to them after I walked off, and they pretty swiftly got out of there. Not sure they quite knew what they were dealing with, laughing after being hit in the face isn't quite the normal reaction haha (think I may have been watching a little too much Dan Hardy), probably thought we were right nutters.
if you guillotined him standing i dont think you would get kicked out, but kudos for being the bigger man and gfetting the ladies
Boy did I have an eventful night last night. Me and my buddy went out clubbing, was going well, few drinks, few ladies, the usual, well, not for long. This club we went to is some huge place near my uni, 3 floors, loads of bars + dancefloors. We were heading down from 1 floor down to the other to meet a couple of girls when we noticed a fight break out. Obviously, being a fan of combat I thought I'd give it a watch.
Turned out it was a pathetic fight, some big dude that's obviously used to bullying people smacks this dude on the nose, he falls to ground and that's that. The big dude then looks over in our direction, where there are quite a few people watching what's going and decides it'd be a great idea to square up to me and say "what the **** are you looking at?". I imagine he was expecting me to back down and run down the stairs, I didn't, I stared at him and just simply said "watching the fight". For some unknown reason this provoked him enough to smash me in the mouth.
He smashes me in the mouth, expecting the same reaction as the dude he'd just 'beaten up' (and I use that term loosely), he didn't get it. I barely flinched, remained staring at him, and just laughed in his face. Not sure that was a completely wise move, he decided to smack me in the nose. Got exactly the same reaction, remained staring at him for a few seconds, laughed at him again, told him he was a ***** and walked off. Not sure how I remained so calm when fairly drunk, but I'm glad I decided to walk away, not getting kicked out of the club for that ****. My buddy was just in disbelief, not only at the patheticness of the situation, and the speed at which it all went down, but also the fact I just stood in front of this dude and laughed at him after getting clocked in the face twice. Who the **** lets these cunts into clubs? I mean come on, who welly's someone for watching a fight?
Turns out a bleeding nose and a decent story about a dickhead gets you sympathy from the ladies though, so it wasn't all bad. I need to get smacked in the face at clubs a bit more.
Glad you're OK!
Have you asked yourself...what would have happened if you were sober?! What would have been your reaction!?!
Also...you need some tips from "EL Guapo"
and the others are right there for you to watch.
I love Bas!
Those videos are amazing, seen those before, Bas is an absolute legend. If I was sober, I don't know what would have happened. I really don't reckon it'd have gone down much differently though, I think I'm too laid back and don't have enough of a temper to have gone off on him, if I reacted like that after a few vodka redbulls, I doubt it'd have been much different when sober. It was one of those things that just happen so fast, was just crazy. Gives me a decent story to tell the rest of my mates when they get back to Uni though (Y).