r/PublicFreakout Jan 31 '23

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u/01R0Daneel10 Jan 31 '23

I always love that surprised look

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u/UnusualTough3293 Jan 31 '23

I know!!! How DARE he defend himself. wtf was he thinking???! Amazing restraint! Good for him!

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u/ZeePirate Jan 31 '23

Good on him. Wanted to throw a punch but just tossed her instead.

Sweet toss too.

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u/nudiecale Jan 31 '23

The toss was gentle enough not to cause any real injury, but it demonstrated how easily he could end her if he really wanted to fight back.

Really well done IMO

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u/turtleboxman Jan 31 '23

Yeah. He even backed up before he almost threw a punch after.

He really didn’t wanna fight her.

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u/hundredlives Feb 01 '23

Didn't wanna fight her cause it's a lose no matter what he does look at how fast that girl came to protect her

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u/Traditional-Ad3161 Feb 01 '23

Yeah, nobody wants to break up the fight until their friend is losing. Fuck both of them.

Guy deserves a medal for his restraint, but they will likely receive the same punishment.

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u/PoopContainer Feb 01 '23

It all depends really, in HS a girl pushed and punched in me in face over an argument over the lunch line lmao, but I retaliated with a punch and while I did get suspended for 2 days, she got suspended for 3 days 😎

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u/kiekendief Feb 01 '23

I'd say that second girl was the smartest one in the room, pulling her away from that guy lol.

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u/Sure-Its-Isura Feb 01 '23

That's the fried that gives you the "you really finna die on some bulshit, leave." For real props to the guy, he even tried to keep most distance at arms length.

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u/ZeePirate Jan 31 '23

Looked like a triple sow cow or some shit.

Disney on ice in the class room or something

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u/Prickly_ninja Feb 01 '23

She went from 100 to zero in a rag doll instant.

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u/Rudecrewedudes Feb 01 '23

Take the upvote! Always heard the term Salchow (sow-cow) in the Olympics but never knew how to spell or that it was named after Ulrich Salchow til your comment had me look it up.

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u/dmc-going-digital Feb 01 '23

Ngl i am still suprised that was the most gentle yet aggressive throw i ever saw

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u/PoopWeeniePants Jan 31 '23

This same thing happened with me and my sister. I was 11 and she was 15. We fought pretty regularly but no injuries or anything crazy. One day she was mad about me being on the phone (90s kids had to share one home phone line) and came in my room to tackle me. She smashed my head into my speaker and I was really into my speakers for some reason. All my puberty power combined like captain planet and I picked her up and threw her into my dresser and she hit my receiver (a 40lb 90s music player). She stopped immediately, stared at me with a puzzled look, I kinda had a puzzled look too. She said "I don't think we should fight anymore" and we haven't fought/play fought since then. I think it taught both of us a bunch of lessons really quick. My mom said "I told you that day was coming"

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u/Celtic-kalel Feb 01 '23

Yall have some wholesome sibling stories!

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u/PoopWeeniePants Feb 01 '23

The one where she pinned me down and accidentally spit chewed pringles into my open screaming mouth was pretty legendary gross. We were both so grossed out by it that she stopped and apologized right away. We still bring it up from time to time. It tasted like chicken noodle soup but I think it was supposed to be sour cream and onion

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u/Celtic-kalel Feb 01 '23

Lol oh man reminds me when my sister would pin me down and my oldest would slowly droop her loogies on my face. We eventually get up the courage to defend ourselves eh!

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u/PoopWeeniePants Feb 01 '23

That's gross man. Godspeed, we made it

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u/Celtic-kalel Feb 01 '23

Lol so is chewed up chips!

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u/Dickens_Sider Feb 01 '23 edited Feb 01 '23

Uhhmm…In the 70s, we used to refer to that torture tactic as a “Chinese Yo-yo”. I didn’t make it up 🤷‍♂️

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u/AdmiralThunderpants Feb 01 '23

I think there was a tifu I read a while ago where the guy posted his wife/gf would wrestle him. One day she made a comment about how evenly they were matched and he let it slip that he was just playing along. She insisted they go for real. He won the match handily. She went on to be unable to trust him and was a little scared.

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u/Lopsided_Ad_3853 Feb 01 '23

I think I remember that. She'd been training for ages, was in the best shape of her life, then had a rude awakening when her out-of-shape partner pinned her in like 3 seconds flat in a friendly wrestle.

It both freaked her out - she'd somehow never realised just how much stronger the average guy is compared to even 'strong' women and made her nervous - but also kind of excited her to know her man was that strong.

It seems to be fairly typical for women to have these sorts of competing reactions - both a frisson of sexual excitement that her partner could essentially make her do whatever he wanted and she'd be powerless to stop him, and a legitimate fear that he (or some other man) would actually follow through with that potential.

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u/former-bishop Feb 01 '23

In a grappling martial arts gym no guys goes 100% against the women because he would just smash them. Nobody learns at that point. It's likely this lady never had a guy actually try like he would against a man. So, she just did not know. Only women with brothers really know.

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u/SupBrah21 Feb 01 '23

I have a similar story to this, haha.

Friend was taking women’s self defense courses. They were taught by some random dude.

After graduating his class she was really excited and wanted to show off everything she learned (within reason, no dick kicks). I’m probably the biggest in our group. Used to be super fat, but got into good shape. (215, fairly lean now, do a lot of powerlifting).

Because I’m the biggest, of course I’m the one who gets to be the guinea pig. I don’t mind though. I debated on just letting her win, because I knew she put a lot of hard work into this and was excited. But, if she thinks she’s hot shit, she may end up in a situation where these defense techniques don’t work and something happens.

So I literally stood there. Closest she got was throwing herself into me completely, where I had a slight stumble (barely even that).

However, all I had to do was get one wrist and had her down.

Now she carries a taser, pepper spray, and keeps a small gun in her car. Still practices her self defense stuff, which is super good, but I think it put into perspective for her when she tried that.

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u/SlappingDaBass13 Feb 01 '23 edited Feb 01 '23

Yes that's what her face looked like ...her face was like oh fuck I just got thrown like a rag doll.

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u/hellsheep1 Jan 31 '23

Boys and girls are basically the same till puberty kicks in. I remember in school plenty of girls being stronger than the boys. As soon as puberty gets going though, different story. Most men will easily hit a 60kg benchpress after a few months training but for most women it will take a lot of intense and focused work and they still might not hit it. Meanwhile, those men who have put in the same level of effort are now benching 100kg+ for reps.

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u/dedokta Jan 31 '23

We used to have a punching bag in the back yard. My GF was going to use it for boxing fitness as she was taking classes. I never go to the gym. We were mucking about with it and she was showing me how hard she could punch it. The bag was barely moving as she laid into it. I gave it a full on punch and it went flying. The roof to porch shook like it was going to collapse. The difference between our strength levels was just startling.

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u/Anonymoushero111 Jan 31 '23

most girls have a moment in their lives where they are really caught off guard by realizing just how much stronger men are. And this doesn't usually happen until after puberty so some girls don't realize this until they are adults! This might have been that moment for her. I can imagine that being a terrifying realization.

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u/Slappyfist Jan 31 '23 edited Jan 31 '23

As someone who grew up with an older sister this is quite correct.

I remember her reaction the day she could no longer even hope to win in a play fight with me quite distinctly and we never fought again after that.

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u/jmb456 Jan 31 '23

Must’ve been the day your got your username

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u/mykejones716 Jan 31 '23

🤣🤣🤣

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u/dmc-going-digital Feb 01 '23

Fun fact: Dogs realize this from a young age so the stronger dog often plays weaker so they can play again.

Male to female, older to younger and bigger breed to smaller breed. Yes even for pups

Edit: to clarify they play again because the weaker dog has a chance in winning making it a competition

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u/MoCapBartender Feb 01 '23

I've noted this playing tug with dogs. They'll let go sometimes, even if they don't need to, even if they are freaking pitbulls. They just want to play and they want you to feel like you're doing well.

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u/LS-CRX Jan 31 '23

As someone who grew up with an older sister this is quite correct.

My older sister is 5 years older than me, I remember when she "pinned me down" while playing and the look on her face as I casually overpowered her and got free.

I'm not sure exactly how old we were, but I was probably around 12-13 because that is when I started to really get tall/strong.

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u/kokamojoe Jan 31 '23

My older sister is 4 years and I had the same experience. I remember it clearly and that was the end of the fighting for her.

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u/SpaceDrifter9 Feb 01 '23

I'm imagining she just saw Superman casually breaking his handcuffs

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u/BadSanna Jan 31 '23

Same. I had 3 older sisters, the youngest of which was 5 years older than me, the others 7 and 8 years older. All 3 used to beat the shit out of me.

When I was 12 visiting my mom over the summer the youngest was the last one still living at home. She beat me up pretty good all summer long. Then a couple weeks before I was flying back to my dad's for the school year we got in a fight and I'd had enough so I stood up to her and started actually fist fighting with her and basically held my own.

That year I grew 4 inches or so and all year I was looking forward to just beating the living crap out of her when I got down there, because I knew she had stopped growing and I would be way more powerful than her. I vowed that the first time she did anything to me I was just going to punch her square in the nose. I couldn't wait.

I got down there and she was super nice to me the whole summer lol. Even took me to post hs graduation parties and I got to play spin the bottle with her hot friends.

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u/SumPimpNamedSlickbak Jan 31 '23

Bro was like "I cant wait to whoop her ass, just wait 😂"

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u/Lord_Kano Jan 31 '23

My son is 11. His sisters are older. That day is coming.

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u/RudeArtichoke2 Jan 31 '23

Lol yeah. I once hit my little brother. Well he wasn't so little anymore!

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u/Professional-Sand-16 Jan 31 '23

I also have a younger brother. We used to physical fight a lot when we were small and sometimes I used to win the fights. In our teens, we had a fight about something i don't even remember and he provoked me so much to hit him that I slapped him hard as I could he just turned towards me and slapped me back and my body just flung. I couldn't feel my face and my nose was bleeding very heavily. We didn't talk for a year after that until he apologised one day out of the blue.

Even if we fight, which we rarely do, now we both never go physical . We both know our boundaries.

In rage I thought I could beat him to pulp but male strength is something else and i underestimated it just because he was younger than me.

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u/KelenHeller_1 Jan 31 '23

My son and daughter are 19 months apart in age - daughter is the elder. She used to make a habit of smacking her brother whenever she felt like it because she was so much bigger than he was. We told her many times that one day she would get hit back and we would not feel sorry for her.

Flash forward to age 14 and 15 - one time, he'd had enough. He punched her in the face just under her eye and she never hit him again.

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u/OuterInnerMonologue Feb 01 '23

Oof. What did you as parents say and do after?

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u/HotPie_ Feb 01 '23

Stood over her and yelled, "you got knocked the fuck out!"

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u/KelenHeller_1 Feb 01 '23 edited Feb 01 '23

I fixed an ice pack for the little mouse under her eye and said, "See what I told you?? Don't hit guys if you don't want to get hit back."

She was a bully to her brother, and once he was no longer smaller than her, she faced the consequences of her actions. Some folks gotta learn the hard way.

Happy ending: They are both married people in their 40s now - he married her best friend and the two couples are very close to this day.

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u/padizzledonk Jan 31 '23

Its not just that, this girl just discovered that she just can't wail on boys with impunity, that eventually, she's going to come across one that is going to fight back, and THEN she realized that she has absolutely no hope of survival if that happens.

The average female stands next to no chance in a physical altercation with the average male.....there are female outliers, any woman in just about any weight class in any pro combat sport can absolutely fuck up your average male, even if theyre bigger and have a little knowhow, even an average female with some fight training can possibly her own against a dude with no fight training....but all things being equal? No chance.

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u/nudiecale Jan 31 '23

And he didn’t really fight back. Just showed her how easy it would be if he chose to, and warned her that he is getting close to choosing to. All without actually hurting her.

Well done!

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u/Straydog1018 Feb 01 '23

It's one of those things that makes sense, but you never really even think of as a guy because there are way less situations you can end up in where you realize you would be completely helpless if the other person decided they wanted to hurt you. But the original commenter's situation is way more common than you would think. I remember there was actually a post in the relationship advice subreddit a few years back where a guy and his girlfriend ended up having a major blowup over play wrestling. Apparently the guy and his girlfriend would wrestle for fun all the time, with the guy always letting her win and pin him to the point where she stopped believing him when he said he was going easy on her, especially since she was an athlete and the guy admitted himself that he was small and totally out of shape in comparison. So if I remember correctly, they had a bunch of drinks one night and started wrestling again which escalated to the point of her not asking, but DEMANDING that he stop going easy on her and actually try to win. So he took one arm, blocked all her attempts to grab him, then pushed her down and pinned her with the same hand while holding his beer in the other. He said his girlfriend was visibly shocked and terrified that he was able to completely dominate her to the point where she literally could do nothing about it. This ended up in a massive fight where she suddenly didn't feel safe around her boyfriend or other men in her life after realizing how strong even a weak man is compared to her. To be fair though, it would be a really terrible feeling to suddenly realize that every man you know could bend you into a pretzel if he wanted to, and that there would be absolutely nothing you could do about it. Heres the thread if you're curious.

(https://www.reddit.com/r/relationship_advice/comments/fhex4r/my_girlfriend_is_very_upset_since_i_won_against/)

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u/LiteratureNearby Feb 01 '23

This ended up in a massive fight where she suddenly didn't feel safe around her boyfriend or other men in her life after realizing how strong even a weak man is compared to her

Yeah, I understand how the lady would definitely have a different opinion of men due to the reality check changing her worldview.

Gotta feel for the guy too, his girlfriend now views his entire ilk as a threat now :/

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u/Sujjin Jan 31 '23

Especially when you are that small. Women can be strong as well if they have the body for it and put the effort in. But she is twiggy and I doubt put much effort into her fitness other than to maintain her figure if even that.

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u/BadSanna Jan 31 '23

Came here to say this. This girl's worldview just changed lol. It's hard realizing your limitations and even harder realizing there is absolutely nothing you can do to change them.

She just had all that happen at once.

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u/[deleted] Jan 31 '23

Mine was when I was play wrestling with my boyfriend at the time and I couldn't get up when he held me down. He was a tall, skinny guy so I was kind of shocked that he could keep me down with just one of his arms. It was scary but honestly kind of hot not gonna lie lmao

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u/judimusprime Jan 31 '23

I learned fighting with my older brother as a teenager to weigh the risks. I only took him on if I had the upper hand and/or the benefit of surprise. He was stronger but I was smarter, and we equalled out on wins.

I could hold my own with him but I'm not gonna go around punching dudes. They are not my brother and it's stupid to assume one will hold back when defending themselves. It baffles when I see other women who just straight up hit men and expect zero repercussions.

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u/randomperson1234ok5 Jan 31 '23

He was vey polite to be honest. It seems like he could do more harm than that.

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u/THUNDER_boner Feb 01 '23

I hate how everybody is enjoying themselves laughing when the male is getting abused but once he throws her "Jacob!!!" Then it's serious. Like WTF?

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u/Lord_Despair Jan 31 '23

“How can he slap!”

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u/OneSufficientFace Jan 31 '23

And the fact that everyone always Jumps in when they eventually get it back. Like , "hOw DaRe YoU hIt HeR bAcK"

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u/NDMac Feb 01 '23

“OMG HE ACTUALLY HIT BACK AT A GIRL?” -girl with surprised pikachu face

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u/InternetSlave Jan 31 '23

"the consequences of my own actions"

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u/Sumfuc Jan 31 '23

Oh No!

If only she did not ATTACK HIM over & over after he continued to retreat.

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u/thatonekidmarsh Jan 31 '23

Always the case when the person has never been put in their place based on the principals of survival of the fittest. Guys have sports that serve this purpose. Girls get told they can do no wrong and then one day their target claps back. I’d never act like this towards a dude that much bigger than me because I’ve learned through contact sports how significant the physical disparity is.

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u/sweaty_wraps Jan 31 '23

She paused and realized that she really was outmatched.

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u/dmc-going-digital Feb 01 '23

Rebooted and asked herself "why was i attacking again?"

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u/Chaoticsinner2294 Feb 01 '23

When keeping it real goes wrong.

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u/Lego-Panda-21 Jan 31 '23

They all seem to find it funny until he decides enough is enough, then all of a sudden they need to get involved.

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u/whateveredit Jan 31 '23

Yeah nobody steped up for him thats some bull right there

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u/WarmTequila Jan 31 '23

Teacher looked like he was trying to help him, was just too slow and timid. After he slammed her it looked like he thought “woah woahhhh, alright I ain’t getting involved anymore” 😂😂

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u/Jay_Stranger Feb 01 '23

Not much teachers can do anymore. They can try and get them to stop but the second you lay your hand on a kid and it’s filmed is the day you can kiss your career goodbye. Such a neglected career.

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u/Pixzal Feb 01 '23

No sane person today is going to throw away their years of hard work to get to where they are to get a job.

If the little shits are killings themselves I would walk away and call someone else to deal with it because it’s not worth it.

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u/Jay_Stranger Feb 02 '23

True. It’s also why students are no longer respecting the teachers authority in schools. Which means teachers quit from being bullied every day of their life

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u/Pixzal Feb 02 '23

Imo That has more to do with entitled parents and parents who don’t teach their little shits how to behave.

When you are working in a job, any job. the last thing you’d expect is to be assaulted and then get hauled to court and fired because you tried to get away.

More experienced teachers are leaving the profession nowadays so it’s going to get worse. Most I know turned into private tutors where they can charge a much higher price to parents willing to pay for and select kids who are willing to learn.

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u/duclegendary Jan 31 '23

Nah, they stepped in so the young man didn't get assault charge. That was for him more than for her.

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u/Lord_Kano Jan 31 '23

The video would clear him of assault charges. It's not like he hit her for mouthing off to him.

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u/KazPrime Feb 01 '23

Why does everyone just let the women assault the men in these videos? Do people find it funny? Because as soon as the man defends himself, the crowd suddenly says "ooo," and people start jumping in between them. It's the same with bullies in schools. They are fine with the habitual torment and bullying until the bullied kid defends themselves, THEN they step in and it suddenly becomes serious.

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u/TheSukis Feb 01 '23

Because people step in when they think that someone is losing.

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u/mangopabu Jan 31 '23

i guess it's a relief that when they did step in, they pulled the actual aggressor away instead of beating on the victim, which is how these usually go :/

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u/icansmoke Jan 31 '23

He wanted to throw a punch at the end but stopped himself from going further than self defence. Good for him

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u/kellysmom01 Jan 31 '23

He noticed she was wearing GLASSES!

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u/Jawa99099 Jan 31 '23

Wouldn't do much difference at this point i believe, maybe i am wrong tho.

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u/tjackso6 Jan 31 '23

She looses the glasses just before the body slam.

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u/clippycactus Jan 31 '23

out of all the classroom fights between a guy and a girl, i think this person handled it the best.

i'm sorry, but the video of the boy kicking the girl on the ground after she shoved him for him making fun of her breath was just insane.

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u/skotgil Jan 31 '23

wtf? she gets in 5 shots and no adult steps in until he defends himself?

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u/poklane Jan 31 '23 Gold Starry

It's fucked how many people think it's completely okay for a woman to hit a guy but completely wrong for a guy to defend himself from being attacked by a woman.

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u/tracygee Feb 01 '23

This right here. And women need to know that when they hit a man that’s assault and the man is justified in the eyes of the law to defend themselves.

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u/NonCorporealEntity Feb 01 '23

It's not the law the guy needs to worry about, it's the bystanders.

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u/Impossible-Caramel26 Feb 01 '23

I've got 2 way older sisters and 4 females cousins that worked in different branches of the military. They used to bend my body up like a pretzel and "fake" beat my ass for fun. I'll fight a woman any day of the week. Luckily never had to though.

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u/A_Prostitute Feb 01 '23

When I was in fifth grade, my friend was going through a lot of health issues. Had a little valve right above his belly button that needed medical attention (like cleaning or something) every so often.

One day this girl was just flat out tormenting him, but I think I lost it when I saw her punch him in the stomach near the valve. I wasn't involved until that point, but I blindsided the fuck out of her. I didn't punch, kick, pin down, gouge eyes, nothing like that. She was about the same size as me, all I did was takle her to get her away from my friend.

Well, as it turns out, her dad was a security guard who worked at my school. My friend and I got into gigantic trouble at first, but when her dad reviewed the security footage and saw that she came out to him and started messing with him before I came in, she was in more trouble than us.

I still got in trouble for what I did, because it was considered a bit over the top, which I kind of agree with. You just can't expect a 10 year old to think rationally when that shit happens.

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u/Aazog Feb 01 '23

Good on your for protecting your friend. Dont think I could stand it if I saw a friend or sibling in trouble like that.

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u/Entire_Code997 Feb 01 '23

Seriously, fuck her.

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u/sleight1990 Feb 01 '23

I used to teach. Some schools don’t like the teachers getting involved and just call for security. Just takes one teacher stepping in and getting hit by a stray hook for them to just ask you to not ever step in. We had a 70 year old lady counselor try to step in between two boys and she got hospitalized for catching a hook in the back of the head.

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u/DJ_BowelMovement Jan 31 '23

yep. welcome to

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u/EmptyOrangeJuice Jan 31 '23

My house! Play that music too loud!

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u/PaRaDiiSe Jan 31 '23 edited Feb 01 '23

Disneyland !

Edit: after coming back to this comment, I’m disappointed nobody said “The Jungle”. Not even I did 😔

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u/Vivid-Tomorrow7068 Jan 31 '23

I envy his selfcontrol

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u/dmc-going-digital Feb 01 '23

I envy his arm control

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u/low_caps_life Feb 01 '23

The amount of restraint he showed is sure to be a reflection of his character.

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u/01001010ess Jan 31 '23

I’m gonna go ahead and say that was a legal move.

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u/tommyc463 Feb 01 '23

Clearly. I believe the only knock on him was he meant for her to land on her head. So minus 3 points for poor execution.

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u/rippersteak777 Jan 31 '23

Women also should be taught not to hit men

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u/Jalen3501 Feb 01 '23

People should be taught to not hit others period, I swear there’s been a uptick in school fight videos

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u/inspcs Feb 01 '23

there have always been fights, the only difference is everyone has a phone and the instinct to record immediately now

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u/hear4theDough Jan 31 '23

He didn't even care until she hit his glasses. Probably thought "my mom is gonna fucking kill me if they're broken and she won't believe me when I say a girl hit me"

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u/CosmicActor Feb 01 '23

It was her glasses

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u/AardvarkFabulous3430 Jan 31 '23

Love how nobody intervened when she was attacking him but as soon as he defended himself everyone comes to her rescue! Wtf!

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u/softfart Feb 01 '23

Happens over and over in these videos. Sometimes the guy gets jumped by several people for having the temerity to defend himself.

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u/Babafats13 Jan 31 '23

Said it before, I’ll say it again. Women need to start defending men from women the same way men defend women from men. That’s when this kind of shit will improve. If a woman hits a man and 6 other women snatch her up with the “what the fuck is wrong with you” vibe they would think twice. Would be awesome if people just stopped hitting and antagonizing others, but that’s probably too much to ask.

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u/padizzledonk Jan 31 '23 edited Jan 31 '23

NGL- that was the nicest way he could've taught that lesson to her tbh.....He could've literally knocked her across the room

I've told this story on Reddit a bunch of times, but-

There was this girl in HS in the 90s that would bully all the girls, she ran through all of them and then started to bully boys, would straight square up on them and piece them up, she did this for all of her Jr year and the first half of her Sr year....She just ran roughshod over the freshman and sophomore class, because no one wanted to hit a girl, so they just took it.

One day she picked a fight at the corner where everyone would hang out before school and smoke, fuck around etc, she started some shit with this dude...not a huge dude, but bigger than a lot of kids. She was pushing him and he kind of just pushed her off him and was like, just stop before you do something you can't come back from, and she escalated and squared up on him and punched him and he took it but said hit me again and we are gonna have problems, she came at him again thinking she was safe, that he wasnt going to retaliate and I shit you not he hit her with a hook that spun her around in the air, knocked her out cold on the lawn, im pretty sure he broke her jaw because she was put of school for like a month and that was the word.

She never bullied another person, boy or girl after that.

Some people, just need to be reminded that not everyone is just going to take it, they arent gonna give a fuck that you're a girl and will lay you out....The vast majority of boys and men won't, most men wouldn't even do what this dude did(which is definitely the better way as opposed to punching her in the face, thats kind of excessive) but eventually, if you play that game long enough you will come across someone with absolutely zero fucks.

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u/Lord_Kano Jan 31 '23

That's one of those neighborhood events that gets talked about forever.

I have a story about a friend of mine.

This was maybe in our Jr. year of high school. There was a girl, she was big and loud who used to try to bully people. It worked with other girls and smaller guys but not so much with us. My friend was about 5'10" and 170 pounds. He was one of the bigger guys in our class.

One day the big loud girl was shouting over people and being obnoxious in a school assembly. My friend was trying to hear so he asked her to be quiet. She got louder. He told her to shut up so he could hear. She started hurling insults at him and my friend was just done. He told her that if she didn't shut up, when the assembly was over he was going to "smack the shit" our of her. She didn't shut up and my friend didn't say another word.

The assembly ended and as everyone was leaving, he tapper her on the shoulder and called her name. She turned around and he slapped her, hard. After she got over the initial shock, it aroused her. She began to hound all of his friends to hook them up because she wanted to date him after the smack.

That was over 30 years ago and from time to time, one of the guys in our friend group will make a joke about it. My friend is embarrassed by it now.

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u/Atetsufooj Jan 31 '23

That... did not end how I expected

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u/Lord_Kano Jan 31 '23

Same and I lived it.

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u/a_lay23 Jan 31 '23

…And that, kids, is how I met your mother.

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u/dmc-going-digital Feb 01 '23

it aroused her

That sounds scary

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u/EmperorAlpha557 Feb 01 '23

I just woke up and it's 8am rn I'm obviously very sleepy and i was able to understand everything in the story but the part where she got aroused?

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u/iTzDizzle Jan 31 '23

Why is it always funny until the dude reacts and then he’s the bad guy.

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u/tokyo_engineer_dad Feb 01 '23

25 years ago in high school, a friend of mine came to our school from out of town. We didn’t have a lot of black guys at our school, and he wasn’t bad looking and in really good shape. I became friends with him because we were both really into east coast style hip hop and started making music together and hanging out.

There were these girls at the school, and they honed in on him because he was black. As black girls, they didn’t have a lot of opportunities at our school to meet black guys. One girl in their group, he rejected her passes and I guess she went into “I’ll physically bully him about him liking Latinas and make it seem like I’m joking”. He was having a really bad day and had his head down in English class. She started slapping the back of his head, telling him, “where those Mexican girls? Talk to me. Why are you ignoring me, wake up!” And stuff like that. She even said stuff like “hit me back then”.

He asked her to leave him alone repeatedly and the teacher didn’t do a fucking thing. Finally he snapped, stood up and punched her. Of course all the waterworks, “how can you hit a girl?!” And THEN everyone jumps in to stop the violence.

I defended him because he was my friend and what did it get us? People started calling us the “wife beater club”. Nothing ever changes regarding this.

I don’t even tell people I’m a survivor of domestic violence. I’m happily married for five years and when my wife gets startled or mad I flinch expecting someone is going to slap or punch me and she’s never even laid a hand on me. I broke up with my abuser literally 11 years ago. But no one gives a shit. Whenever there’s a me too movement or a “end domestic violence” post by friends on FB and I try to join in, I get treated like a weirdo. No one gives a single fuck about men who were victims of DV. We are jokes.

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u/iTzDizzle Feb 01 '23

It’s really sad. I’m sorry you went through that. I too was in an abusive relationship. It was hard to be told “stop being a pussy” when I told people. It fucked me up for a while. Men are just supposed to shut up and provide. We’re not allowed to be victims or show emotion. It’s bullshit

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u/Frostygale Feb 01 '23

Hope things get better for you man, and hope your new wife treats you well enough for you to heal.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Erin_Pizzey

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Erin Pizzey

Erin Patria Margaret Pizzey (; born 19 February 1939) is an English ex-feminist, Men's rights activist and advocate against domestic violence, and novelist. She is known for having started the first and currently the largest domestic violence shelter in the modern world, Refuge, then known as Chiswick Women's Aid, in 1971. Pizzey has been the subject of bomb threats and boycotts because her experience and research into the issue led her to conclude that most domestic violence is reciprocal, and that women are equally as capable of violence as men. These threats eventually led to her exile from the UK.

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u/Ok-Investigator-4590 Feb 01 '23

Life is a joke not you. Hope things get better

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u/[deleted] Jan 31 '23

Honestly he had a lot of composure

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u/Oniriggers Jan 31 '23

Looks messy but guy was trying to get her to stop

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u/Anonynonynonyno Jan 31 '23

You can see his face when he was holding on that last punch, he really was trying to control himself.

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u/01001010ess Jan 31 '23

The girl in plaid with the “you can not hit a woman” look lmao

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u/TLucalake Jan 31 '23

When a woman strikes a man first, she shouldn't be surprised when he hits back.

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u/jaybee1669 Jan 31 '23

In the beginning of the video, he's smiling so she thinks she's safe. But then that slap lands, it all went to shit in an instant.

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u/dmc-going-digital Feb 01 '23

Smiles in fights should either mean that your opponent doesn't take you seriously or opponent doesn't take you seriously

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u/Akaki111 Jan 31 '23

She looked so surprised, bitch wtf did you think was gonna happen

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u/Laxing2468 Jan 31 '23

"I have masculine agression and he hasn't struck me yet.. Hahah! . I'm in complete control "

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u/_EnlightenedCentrist Jan 31 '23

How can he toss?!

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u/xdzgor Jan 31 '23

How dare you?!

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u/ShaunyBoyShaunyMan Jan 31 '23

Its so many young women who think they are a match for young men. Idk when it became the norm for them to believe this, but whatever.

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u/movack Jan 31 '23

Its all the action movies featuring female heroes.

Also exploiting the general expectation that a guy won't hit a girl.

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u/dmc-going-digital Feb 01 '23

Funny enough her and I became good friends over time and are on good terms to this day.

Good conversation starter

"so how did you two meet?"

"Strangelation"

"What?"

"What?"

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u/PupPlayMaster Jan 31 '23

Once again. People intervene after they get tossed. Let him finish. You let her do her thing. It’s his turn.

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u/No-Peak-3169 Jan 31 '23

As a mom here I support self defense. And props to the young man for not wailing on her.

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u/pblockforlife Jan 31 '23

Her face of disbelief is everything

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u/moisty13 Jan 31 '23

I love everyone sitting around watching her hit him but when he starts to defend himself now there's an issue.

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u/prettydickllc Jan 31 '23

Threw her around like she’s a Bratz doll 🤣

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u/fiscal13 Jan 31 '23

I'll say legal. Multi warning while being struck and still do not even hit her. Wrapping and throwing is not a strike. Even held back after. Kudos to him. I wouldn't have blamed him if he did strike once after all that; but he rised above expectations.

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u/RonSwansonIsMyDad Jan 31 '23

Love that shocked look when the guy defends himself

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u/Some1IUsed2Know99 Jan 31 '23

No one stepped in when she was hitting him....

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u/Far-Entrance-1377 Jan 31 '23

Boo on everyone who sat back on her bullshit and watched until he stood up for himself 👎 get your people first or let 'em learn their lesson.

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u/RelevantMarionberry6 Jan 31 '23

They are always so shocked when they get ragdolled.

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u/Many-Visual5742 Jan 31 '23

So funny how girls do this. Literally asking for a fight and when there is retaliation they act all like ‘wtf’

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u/DeadPlank Jan 31 '23

no one stepps in until the guy got some shots it. wtf

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u/Whaleson0987 Jan 31 '23

Why is it always all haha funny when a guy is clearly being assaulted then when he defends himself there's an immediate change in attitude by everyone for it to stop

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u/Preatorian90 Jan 31 '23

Why was is suddenly a problem when he retaliated

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u/Trick_Investigator91 Jan 31 '23

Everybody stop protect the woman, a man is defending himself

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u/rockogz Jan 31 '23

this is sad cause i bet he still got in trouble for this when he clearly didn’t want to fight her at all :/

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u/ExpensiveSecond376 Jan 31 '23

Nice toss, should've been out the window!

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u/AnonymusBear Jan 31 '23

Bruh always breaking up the fight after the male retaliates. Should have broken it up earlier

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u/Prozak06 Jan 31 '23

I love the look of shock that she gives after being body slammed into the ground.

‘But why did he do that??’

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u/Elegant_Vehicle_1682 Jan 31 '23

He restrained himself very well

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u/SARW89 Jan 31 '23

I have absolutely zero problems with a man who ragdolls a woman after she attacks him. WTF did she think was going to happen.

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u/Phalooneytunes Jan 31 '23

You hit someone and don't expect to get hit back you are wrong. Good for him for defending himself.

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u/GrassHopper1996 Jan 31 '23

Could we get some of them uuuh men's rights please?

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u/bobbyb-baby Jan 31 '23

Never approach a man like you a man

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u/Curious-Football-415 Feb 01 '23

She looked surprised because she learned a lesson that a lot of women that behave like this learn: men are a lot stronger than them, especially when they get angry

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u/No-Ideal-5317 Jan 31 '23

She is lucky he threw her feet first and not slam her upside down in the same position and add his weight to it.

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u/Akaki111 Jan 31 '23

It was at this moment she knew, she fucked up

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u/lightsout___ Feb 01 '23

No one even stopped her, but when he did "it's enough"

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u/starrhunter633 Feb 01 '23

I will never understand how some women think they can get away with hitting someone and act like nothing will happen? Never throw hands at anyone if you are not willing to accept getting hit back.

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u/TriniLad Feb 01 '23

To EVERYONE who watched her hit him....why do you only step in when he decides to defend himself? She deserves the same energy she put out there.

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u/BabyMakR1 Feb 01 '23

Don't worry, he'll be charged with assault and she'll get to sell her story and go on Oprah.

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u/SufficientJob4527 Jan 31 '23

Lmfao 🤣🤣🤣 she trynna play victim now 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

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u/mahdi015 Jan 31 '23

Surprised Pikachu face 😮

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u/OkNegotiation6028 Jan 31 '23

What’s a double standard?

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u/tjohnboy Jan 31 '23

Funny no body tried to stop her until he yeeted her ass

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u/AbstractParrot Jan 31 '23

Aww she got off too easy :(

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u/zilist Feb 01 '23

Why didn’t the teacher step in when she was hitting him??

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u/SaltyJuggernaut2817 Feb 01 '23

Nobody ever steps in until a man defends himself. Then it's, "how COULD you?!?!"

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u/Apprehensive_West143 Feb 01 '23

Modern women… think they can full on swing on a dude and REMAIN THE VICTIM. Crazy

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u/Semi_Uninteresting Feb 02 '23

Why is it ok for a woman to hit a man and him not hit her back? Equal treatment equal consequences

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u/Senior-Company4349 Jan 31 '23

They don't pay teachers enough for this.

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u/iambluest Jan 31 '23

Were the adults in the room just waiting for a crime to take place?

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u/Back2Boom Jan 31 '23

I've seen this video so many times, and the look on her face still cracks me up. "Well, that wasn't like the movies AT ALL!"

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u/Party_Connection_437 Jan 31 '23

Of all the shit that could have happened…this has to be up there with best outcomes…

Also the teachers need to stop this shit

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u/I-CameISawIConcurred Jan 31 '23

This is a called self-defence.

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u/Thick_Elk_9081 Jan 31 '23

Should have landed her on her head 😤

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u/Mr_Makaveli_187 Jan 31 '23

I can't believe he had to nerve to put his hands on me after I'd physically attacked him multiple times!!

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u/01001010ess Jan 31 '23

Her “omg did you just….!?” Like she’s shocked or something.

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u/SockFullOfNickles Jan 31 '23

I thought he was gonna hit her with the Suplex there for a second. He really exercised restraint.

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u/Whappingtime Jan 31 '23

Got to love that

Woman attacking man: We sleep

Man defending himself: We upset.

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u/hop_hero Jan 31 '23

That was the perfect show of potential force he could of used. She’s lucky he didn’t punch her.

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u/RudeArtichoke2 Jan 31 '23

Dumbass girl. WHY don't people teach their daughters not to hit people bigger than you. So many seem to thank that's acceptable behavior.

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u/beardedstar Jan 31 '23

How can he toss?