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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryno
    I've always thought that if I get in a fight with some asshole, and decide to be humane and choke him out rather than knocking in his teeth or breaking his arm, that I would definitely steal his pants and shoes to teach him a lesson. That's the problem with choking someone out. There's just no real repurcussions other than a little disorientation after they wake up.

    But if they wake up with no shoes, and in their underwear...
    But what would the people watching the fight say?

    "Dude, he just choked him out"
    "Awesome!"

    "Hey, what's he doing?"
    "He's... uhh... taking the guys pants off!"

    "......."

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    Man, I was beaten to Deliverence and Pulp Fiction refeneces. All I got left is from Bevis and Butthead Do America with the thermal unit in the pants.

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    I'm grindin' 'till I'm tired...

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    Oh my God, I also spent some time thinking about what to do after I choked someone out in a street fight.

    I didn't want to injure someone if it wasn't necessary so I also thought stealing shoes and, time permitting, pants, would be pretty boss.

    Then just throw them in a nearby dumpster.

    Alternatively, carry around a pair of fuzzy handcuffs (zebra or tiger print) and cuff the guy to a nearby sign or railing, THEN steal his pants. Works best outside a gay bar.

    Hmm, I think these techniques are beginning to reflect on me personally... AWAY!
    "[Fighting for Points] is doubtless very pretty, and invariably draws applause, but preferences should always be given to blows that do some business, to good straight hits that do something toward finishing the fight.
    A man who has carefully trained for brilliant tapping play, will find himself considerably out of it in case he is called upon to do any real work."
    -A.J. Newton, Boxing.

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    Always carry zap-straps to hog-tie unwitting opponents.

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    GIJoe6186 like boys, mainly his brother supporting member
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    OK, choke him out and draw a dick on his face, or break all his limbs! So he wakes up and can't move LOLOLOLOL!!!

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    I have a freind who wants to but rape a guy after a fight. Not because hes gay but so he can call the other guy a fag when he wakes up.

    "Because, dude, like how humiliating would it be if I was like 'you fag, Ill fucking rape you' and he was like 'bring it fucker' and then we fought and then at the end I literally rape him!"

    Meh, a little extreme, I would have fun peeing on them....

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    That reminds me of my old TKD teacher's uncle, who was a huge guy who had done time for various things including coke and car theft. He used to say that in jail the guy doing the raping wasn't gay, the victim was. We tried to explain that it was the other way around, but he wouldn't hear it. He was drunk once and came over in nothing but his tighty whities and tried to give my computer geek buddy a back massage. I picked up the big plastic satellite tv remote and threatend to hit him in the face and he backed off, went into a back bedroom and passed out.

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