General Discussion: The Fistycuffs Thread


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nick2
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7231 posts since 18/2/09

21 Apr 2009 11:48
aitch wrote: Grew up on a council estate

So did I, but it wasn't rough, far from it actually (no stereotype).

MrBigStuff
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2490 posts since 6/3/09

21 Apr 2009 11:54
i was beaten up cos of a vibskov scarf last year.
and YRARS ago i glassed someonevery hard at close range with a pint glass in a pub. blood everywhere…the pub locked the doors and called the police..but the guy woulnt press charges (prob cos it was a dodgy pub). must have scarred the guy for life. feel sick to my stomach when i think of it now….
jet
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5758 posts since 20/6/01

21 Apr 2009 12:02
the sound of someone being glassed is one of the worst, imo. i've been stood next to people when it's happened and that sort of glug it makes will stay with me for life.
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9776 posts since 21/10/05

21 Apr 2009 12:02
i've fought all my life, went to boxing and judo as a kid and competed in both for a while, im not massive 5'11 but i can handle myself reasonably well.

I went to a very strict boarding school where we fought to pass time, i probably had a fight at couple of times a month. We used to fight in big groups which was always amusing, i was suspended a few times.

I once had a fight with a kid at school who had his braces out earlier that day, i ended up ripping out one of his front teeth when it got stuck in my hand which i had to have stiches for Laughing out loud

I've had my nose broken a couple of times and had it re-set and shaped a couple of years ago after a 'chair fight' which wasn't much fun Laughing out loud

I've also had my head split open by the thick end of a pool cue while at school which was the most painful thing that ever happened to me, spent a couple of days in hospital after that one i got the cunt back though.

At 18 i vowed never to fight ever again, as a kid fighting is nothing its part of growing up but as soon as your big and strong enough to do some damage you need to start about the consequences of you actions, with a group of mates we battered this kid outside a club and its kind of haunted me ever since
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

21 Apr 2009 12:04
best can you add the untouched and untouchers in a list please, id wager its nearly the same as the other list. (which is a good thing imo, nice to have lived a clean life, not much fun, but better in the long run, id much rather all my sons be on both these lists, and ima do everytang in my power to make sure they are..FACT)
ChrisAlright
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1429 posts since 29/6/08

21 Apr 2009 12:06
Havne't been in a fight since I was 17, and the last one was a beating. Like some people have said it's standard to go through life with getting decked at least one time.

Nearly got in a fight a couple of weeks ago in Manchester, there was some beef between some asians and whites in the club. They mistook my mate for one of the asians in the club when we were outside so they started running their mouth. My mate switched but I diffused the situation cos I wasn't gonna get in a fight 100 miles from my city.

And sagged jeans is just not great in any confrontation. Limited kicking movement and serious restrictions when running away from a hoarde of chavs.
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9015 posts since 25/2/05

21 Apr 2009 12:09
I had a fair few fights at high shcool. Usually just the whole stirring shit bravado thing, some guy comes up and tells you that another guy has been calling your mum. Usually bollocks but you went and sorted it out.

Last fight i had was in a takeaway in Leeds. One of my mates poured mayo over another mate, and some other group of guys started getting pissy that there was mayo all over the floor and it was their favourite takeawy or something. It all kicked off, and eventually the staff managed to lock the other guys outside while it calmed down. Came out of it with only a few bruises and scratches
flipmode
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1318 posts since 25/10/05

21 Apr 2009 12:13
got into more fights than i can even remember, come out well in quite alot of them. last fight i got into was too drunk to stand though and got jumped by three guys who stomped on my head for a while until my cousin came up. jaw still hurts and dental work has cost me a bomb.
MrPlatinum
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8939 posts since 24/2/04

21 Apr 2009 12:13
At primary school, I remember being jumped on from behind by a couple of kids from the 'rival' school - remember the kids who did it running home crying after a friend and I held them over the manhole cover that you could remove at the end of our alleyway.

Got into fights with locals when we were students in Bristol a few times. Once in the shittest club in the world where some girl was having a row with her bloke, she chucked a drink over him but hit me and I asked what was going on - he then turns and says "why are you starting on my girl", after which him and his mates piled in. Getting hit with timberlands and bottles of "VK apple" is LOL.

Also coming out of a club a group of lads took exception to the dancing of a lanky friend of mine. He's 6'4" his dancing is a bit like that Paul Kay windmill sketch. Remember getting in a punch after one of them tried to headbutt me, after which he said "why are you starting?", after which he chased after me with a fence post.

And on the rugby pitch I've knocked two people out, once by accident with an elbow in a maul that I got sinbinned for and once on purpose that the ref missed and I got free drinks all night for.
Protege Moi
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5460 posts since 15/11/02

21 Apr 2009 12:13
Thrown a few punch's in highschool but never ever recieved one. Luckily. Not ever had a proper fight and am thankful for that.
Men fighting always seems to go the same way… COME ON THEN YOU CUNT etc etc. *Wack*. The end.
nick2
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7231 posts since 18/2/09

21 Apr 2009 12:15
I've always gone out of my way to avoid a fight, my dad thinks he's a real hard man and was/is constantly fighting and used to come home covered in blood quite often. He equates people being scared of you with them having respect for you. I decided I didn't want to be like him, infact I loath him. My half-brother on the other hand is following in his footsteps, and becoming a complete cunt. I don't talk to either of them unless I have to (at a funeral or wedding or something).

I have been in a few (less than 5) fights that wern't my fault.


ChrisAlright
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1429 posts since 29/6/08

21 Apr 2009 12:17
ahahahaha I'm not happy with the company I'm in in that list.

I'd bang you out Best.
BOOKSTORECORE
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7634 posts since 8/8/06

21 Apr 2009 12:20
Laughing out loud I am on the badderman list for knocking out a 10 year old?

I have been in fights though, so it's ok.
robii
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18857 posts since 8/9/06

21 Apr 2009 12:22
I've got two brothers so I was always fighting with them when I was a kid. I had a bad temper so had scraps with a few people at primary school too but decided I needed to kerb my temper as I got older and I didn't want to be like my dad. Last proper fight was with my dad about 8 or 9 years ago. Had a few punch ups since then and a pool ball thrown in my face but no intensive care visits
velvet
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9517 posts since 12/6/06

21 Apr 2009 12:31
i used to roll with the rude boys
i have been hit a few times in pathetic scraps
i have a missing tooth which i have not replaced, rock and roll
i tend not to get into trouble anymore, i am to worried my white Unisex Viscose Sexuali-Tank will get ruined
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9776 posts since 21/10/05

21 Apr 2009 12:31
i'll confess the worst thing i've ever done in here….

in malia last year second night out, its about 4am and im slaughtered, i went away with 22 pals from uni so we were a bit of a rowdy bunch. In Newcastle bar (im sure some fukers would have been there) and we spot some prick who we had some agro with the night before and he's so drunk he's slumped on the floor outside the loos, about 5 mins later a couple of friends are pissing on him - which in my state i find hilarious, however he doesn't share my point of view and he tries to spit at one of them and hits a bird who we had met.

We had been playing rock paper scissors drinking game all night (2 or more people, no more than 5, with at least 3 drinks each, the loser downs their drink) and decide that someone has to 'punish' him and that rock paper scissors was the only fair way to sort the issue, so all 22 of us and the bird split into a few groups and play the game - after about 5 mins there was an overall 'winner' my mate who decided to do a 'run up punch', unfortunately mid run up he falls over as he's battered. So after another round of the game, i win, so i go over and hit him as hard as i can, it was a perfect punch great connection nice and hard - his nose popped blood and bone showing and im some sort of hero. We walk off, he's crying and another group of guys are pissing on him.

Later that night i fall off a bar while holding a pint which broke my fall and savaged my hand, karma im sure of it, 14 stitches and 2 operations its back to normal although i'll always remember what a cunt i was, unbelievably im put in the same ward as this guy luckily he doesn't remember me but i spoke to him for a couple of hours i've never felt so bad in my life

I'll never fight or punch ever again unless provoked
Noble Locks
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66963 posts since 10/7/03

21 Apr 2009 12:32
brothers and dads (or sisters) cannot be included im afraid.
JustinCredible
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2502 posts since 11/6/08

21 Apr 2009 12:33
Everyone scraps at school but we used to end up in a ruck most weekends on nights out. The town I'm from is surrounded by mining villages so we'd have all the pit yakkers pile into town every Friday and Saturday night. Everytime, without fail, there would be mass brawls after 2am nightclub kickout as the pit yakkers not only hated the lads from town, they hated eachothers villages.

Most epic dust up was on a bank holiday weekend (Sunday night) after a Leo Sayer at a mates bbq we ventured into town, all puggled. Bouncers shaking buckets for cash to get into the first bar on the high street so we asked which charity it was in aid of and the bouncers just said it wasn't for charity, it was for the bouncers to split between themselves. Told them to kindly fuckoff and just walked in, ended getting dragged back out and fists started flying, all the bouncers from surrounding bars came running over. Needless to say we received a good old fashioned scudding, worst war wound was one of the lads broke his arm in two places but the bouncers knew they'd been in a dust up.

Had a bottle round the head in a bar once but thankfully it didn't smash, god bless brown ale, just had a fat ear.
jet
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5758 posts since 20/6/01

21 Apr 2009 12:33
Laughing out loud sneddon gold.
nick2
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7231 posts since 18/2/09

21 Apr 2009 12:36
I shouldn't be in the BADDERMAN list, I've never started a fight.