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    Almost a street fight: Stories

    OK! - It's early in the morning and I'm in the motel 6 office waiting for my taxi and I'm checking behind me for a taxi to approach and there was a security post at the entrance

    so lady (who was on the hour security guard) who I never seen before walks in and the situation unfolds:

    Security guard lady: Excuse meh, do you know meh?

    *I'm confused*
    Me: Huh?

    Security guard lady: *shouts* I said, do you know me?

    Me:...I don't think so?

    SGL:Well stop starin' with yo scary ass (scary ass is calling some one a punk)

    Me:Err.. I wasn't looking at you, I'm waiting and looking for my taxi.

    SGL: Oh you stuck now? "HUH" "HUH" *she imitates my confusion* *Motivated that I was staring*

    Me:*She walks away, I beckon her over to tell her I wasn't staring at her*

    SGL: "You a man, stand up"

    *Keep in Mind there were two woman and a child who were there talking to me and they also had no idea what her problem was*

    Me: *Slightly annoyed* Yes, I was staring and you know why? disgust.

    *The whole time she had a much older male with her wearing all black who kept giving me a dirty look*

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    So the taxi comes and the security lady and a man, potentially her boyfriend, clenches his fist and tries to make me flinch, I was unaffected but on guard.

    I told the guy to relax and he tells me to becareful because he didn't work there and told me to do something about it

    I said I train and fight in MMA and that he wouldn't want a piece of this.

    So now he tells me he is going to shoot me in the face so I asked if he has a gun and he says yes.

    I tell him to fight me like a man and he agrees and tries to point to a spot away from the cameras and I just said it's not worth it and get in the taxi and leave.

    Why are some people so toxic?

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    I don't say this often but ... shut the **** up. Crap like this belongs in Trollshido or the BBC.
    Quote Originally Posted by ghost55 View Post
    Violence is pretty uncommon in clubs in this area, and the dude didn't seem particularly hostile up until the moment he slapped me.
    “I don't mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that's how it comes out.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by WFMurphyPhD View Post
    Slamming the man in the bottom position from time to time keeps everybody on their toes and discourages butt scooting stupidity.

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    On time the street was giving me some mad looks yo, I mean something fierce, I know it wanted to rumble!!
    But being the bigger man(only in the fact that I am a Man it was physically much larger than me) I ignored it and just went on with my day but OH boy did that **** almost get real!
    Of the single rapier fight between valiant men, having both skill, he that is the best wrestler, or if neither of them can wrestle, the strongest man most commonly kills the other, or leaves him at his mercy.
    –George Silver, Paradoxes of Defence

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    Quote Originally Posted by BackFistMonkey View Post
    I don't say this often but ... shut the **** up. Crap like this belongs in Trollshido or the BBC.
    You shut up, this is off topic - son!

    If this thread Original post was cooler then you wouldn't be hatin', b.

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    Quote Originally Posted by goodlun View Post
    On time the street was giving me some mad looks yo, I mean something fierce, I know it wanted to rumble!!
    But being the bigger man(only in the fact that I am a Man it was physically much larger than me) I ignored it and just went on with my day but OH boy did that **** almost get real!
    Dang son, that sounds intense. Every time stuff almost goes down it feels like an episode of 24 and I just defused a bomb in 2 seconds.

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    I was working at a Mc Donald's and a guy came in and said.
    "did you call the cops on me?"

    And I have told him no.
    Then he said.
    "good because I fucking hate the cops and if the come in I am going to smash them"

    At which point the guy in the line in front of him turned around and gave him a hug.

    Everybody laughed. Guy bought his burger and that was that.
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    The closest thing I have to one of these stories is a part of BlackFistMonkey's sig. Not rewriting that one.

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    I tripped and the street tried to hit me pretty hard but I dodged and missed the ground and that is how I learned to fly, dawg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evergrey View Post
    I tripped and the street tried to hit me pretty hard but I dodged and missed the ground and that is how I learned to fly, dawg.
    Ah yes. The secret to flying: flinging yourself at the ground and missing. It's takes a lot of distraction to pull it off, but it's definitely possible. I recommend listening to music on a walkman or something if you want to try it. Just remember to stay unfocused and distracted or you could end up actually hitting the ground.

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    Also, always have your towel with you.

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