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What would you want your man to do in this situation?
Posted 10/21/12
Let me handle it
Posted 10/21/12 , edited 10/21/12
Sounds like a pretty useless human if she needs protection from something like that. Aggressiveness is distasteful.
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Posted 10/21/12
i think that verbal confrontation is enough unless of course if the random guy hits me or my friend that's a different story and i won't let the thing goes down without getting even with the random guy if he got physical to us...
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Posted 10/21/12
Hm.. I see.
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18 / M / Stoke, England
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Posted 10/21/12
Alex likes angry Carbo, I'd probably skullfuck him.
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Posted 10/21/12
I'd want my guy to stand his ground like a man but not to throw the first punch. That's not gentlemen-like at all...but if the other guy wants a nice round of fisticuffs, however, I'd want my man to beat the sh*t outta him.
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Posted 10/21/12

lorreen wrote:

I've always preferred that "my man" does nothing, and lets me handle the being-hit-on situation. I am not helpless, and I don't like men who treat me like I am. I like even less men who think they are justified in interfering in "hitting on" situations out of possessiveness, rather than protectiveness.

But, if it goes so far that I'm clearly and unequivocally saying "go away, I don't want to talk with you or do anything else with you" or I myself am trying to move away, and random guy is getting more aggressive and not respecting that, then I do appreciate some "backup." I'd like it if the people I'm with, or even other people in the area, tell the guy making unwelcome advances "hey, she said no, so leave her alone." and maybe even get in between me and the guy. If there are bouncer-type staff around, they should start bouncing.

I do not want "my guy" or people I'm with getting physically aggressive with the offending guy, unless he's started getting physical in a way I can't evade/fight back against myself.


Completely in agreement, couldn't have said it better myself.
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Posted 10/21/12
if he gets aggressive the no doubt would i step in not for just her sake but for my own as well.
you should not let them take advantage of you in these situations if they are being violent but don't go provoking them either.
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Posted 10/21/12
Never had that happen, but if the couple make it clear they don't want to be troubled and he continues, it's harassment. In my opinion, verbal harassment is worthy of at least a busted lip or a black eye.

If he gets threatening or aggressive, then he definitely deserves a beating.
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Posted 10/22/12
come on ladies let your men sock somebody in the face. men like to beat other men to show toughness in front of there girls. personally i would drop my pants and end the conversation without uddering a word. I wouldnt have a relationship with someone who blames me for protecting them.
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Posted 10/22/12
It wouldn't happen, but I'd like my guy to punch the other one and then give me enough space to let me kick the guy who harassed me in the nuts.
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Posted 10/22/12
In my situation, my husband trusts me enough to handle it - and we're secure enough in our relationship that even if we playfully flirt back with someone at the moment it happens, we always know who we're going home with. ♥

Long story short, punches should never be thrown. That's how you get thrown in jail.
Posted 10/22/12 , edited 10/22/12

Effy- wrote:

Let me handle it


eye of the tiger , effy has it >.> shes so cooooool
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Posted 10/22/12 , edited 10/22/12
if i had a boyfriend, and he punched that dude i would be a bit embarrassed but i would understand his intentions. i think it's fine to just try not to make situations worse and walk away from the guy. but i've never dated before so i'm pretty i don't understand guys at all haha ^^;
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Posted 10/22/12
I wouldn't think twice about that....I'd scrap his head along the ground....... maybe thats why in the past I have a lot of assault charges......if I were to do that today i'd probably lose my job. so maybe not... unless there was a nice dark alley or some trees........
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