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#7 - papastalin (06/16/2013) [-]
Shame it does not work like that when you are older (in high school for instance). Fighting can easily get you arrested, at least in the school I went to, so you have to either find other ways of resolving the matter or at least settle the matter outside of school.
User avatar #66 to #7 - indigobob (06/16/2013) [-]
Huh, where I live it goes like this:

>You stand up to the bully, beat his ass
>Faggot bully brings faggot friends
>Faggot friends have faggot baseball bats
>You get your **** wrecked and the police gives zero *****
#39 to #7 - newall (06/16/2013) [-]
#38 to #7 - notafunnyguy (06/16/2013) [-]
when i was 18 i had this long running rivalry/hatred with another guy in the town. it hd been going on for years, we hated eachothers guts. one day at a party something just came over me and i punched him in the face. we've gotten along ever since
#11 to #7 - anon (06/16/2013) [-]
**** the law, i follow my morals and i know what's right and what's wrong. For any sheep that live in UK, must suck not being able to use self defense, instead you have to wait for the police to come 20 minute later or you get charged worse than the initial criminal.
User avatar #8 to #7 - disturbingirony (06/16/2013) [-]
There's a world of difference between self defense and fighting.
#320 to #8 - yologdog (06/17/2013) [-]
Not usually when it comes to school rules. I got suspended for blocking a roundhouse punch from a guy three times my size.

I had a massive black bruise on my forearm to prove it was just a defensive block but they still didn't care.
User avatar #343 to #320 - disturbingirony (06/17/2013) [-]
So then you punch the principle in the face and say they should be suspended.
#257 to #8 - anon (06/17/2013) [-]
Most bullying isn't physical contact. Not really self defense.
#195 to #8 - anon (06/16/2013) [-]
not even lying, at my high school, kids got suspended for defending themselves all the time. its common in these 'zero-tolerance' schools.

I once got detention because there was a food fight in the cafeteria. had to write a letter of apology to the principle.

I was not even in school that day.
#196 to #8 - anon (06/16/2013) [-]
You would think, but there really isn't when it comes to this **** .
#190 to #8 - vingorat (06/16/2013) [-]
unfortunately not in most high schools these days (at least not mine). some 			*******		 			********		 zero tolerance for violence policy... i'll show those 			*************
unfortunately not in most high schools these days (at least not mine). some ******* ******** zero tolerance for violence policy... i'll show those *************
User avatar #117 to #8 - celestiasbeard (06/16/2013) [-]
In the eyes of the school I went to there wasn't a difference being. I actually got expelled from that school for defending my self because some punk hit me with a chair because I apparently was being a dick to his "girl" and since he was the one who lost some teeth he didn't get in any trouble. While I do agree self defense and just fighting are two different beasts most people can't tell the difference and don't give a **** most the time.
User avatar #116 to #8 - lmaopwnt (06/16/2013) [-]
Not in my school there's not, if some guy started throwing punches at me then I wouldn't be at all surprised if we BOTH got suspended, even if I didn't fight back.
User avatar #90 to #8 - yyh (06/16/2013) [-]
Not in my school system.
#60 to #8 - anon (06/16/2013) [-]
not at my school. If you got hit in the face in my school and didnt even hit the person back there was still a good chance you were getting suspended for being a part of the conflict.
#41 to #8 - papastalin (06/16/2013) [-]
I completely agree with you, but unfortunately my school did not. Their policy regarding bullying and any type of fighting was retarded.

To give an example, if someone started a fight with you, you could have your hands behind your back the entire time and just let them hit you, and even with multiple witnesses testifying to the fact that you did not strike back you would get the same consequences as the offender ( saw this happen to someone in person, it was ******** ).

Basically, if the bullying situation escalates to the point of physical violence the school just says " **** it, we don't want to deal with this, you are both suspended". It's lazy, it's unfair, and it's the school's first and last resort for actually addressing these problems.
User avatar #123 to #41 - ugottanked (06/16/2013) [-]
thats a steaming load of ********
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