Bar Fights

  • AllenMark7870

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    Nov 22, 2010 6:15 AM GMT
    Im really turned on by fighting. Am I the only one? Has anyone seen a really good gay bar fight? Are there rougher gay bars out there?
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    Nov 22, 2010 12:13 PM GMT
    Wow something doesn't add up here. icon_smile.gif
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    Nov 22, 2010 12:59 PM GMT
    The only gay bar fights I've ever seen (which usually moved out into the parking lot), were all involving lesbians. I have NEVER seen 2 gay men fight in a gay bar. I guess my education is incomplete. icon_sad.gif
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    Nov 22, 2010 2:20 PM GMT
    That's deep! Not in a good way.
  • LJay

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    Nov 22, 2010 2:35 PM GMT
    Best that you go and join fight club.

    In my opinion the best thing one can emply in a fight is a good pair of running shoes.

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    Nov 22, 2010 2:57 PM GMT
    AllenMark7870 saidIm really turned on by fighting. Am I the only one? Has anyone seen a really good gay bar fight? Are there rougher gay bars out there?


    I find this a bit disturbing...
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    Nov 22, 2010 3:02 PM GMT
    there is a difference between fantazy and reality
    its not fun getting punched .
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    Nov 22, 2010 3:49 PM GMT
    Lesbians, from my experience, seem to always start the bar fights. I don't know why that is maybe because guys are just to glam to raise their fist up but I don't think it's worth it at all, especially if you can find a way to talk yourself out of the situation.
  • Sk8Tex

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    Nov 22, 2010 3:52 PM GMT
    Just go to a straight bar frequented by military men and grab someones ass. Worked for me. icon_surprised.gif

    kidding...mostly icon_lol.gif
  • Regina_Guy

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    Nov 22, 2010 3:52 PM GMT
    That's one of the reasons I hate bars and clubs. I find fights to be incredibly tacky and immature.
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    Nov 22, 2010 4:00 PM GMT
    My first bar fight was 17 yrs ago when I was 20 (OMg! That sounds really old. LOL) It was in a bar called Feathers in River Edge, NJ My first venture into a Gay bar.
    Some bloody fat sod was really getting agressive with a friend of mine one night. When he didn't listen to my friend telling him to stop, he listened to me. I have to say it was a huge rush. Up until then, my only fighting had been in Karate tournaments.

    This may sound contradictory but I don't like fighting, nor look for them. But when I am in one I get "excited" by it. icon_redface.gif Can't help it. It just happens.

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    Nov 22, 2010 4:00 PM GMT
    AllenMark7870 saidIm really turned on by fighting. Am I the only one? Has anyone seen a really good gay bar fight? Are there rougher gay bars out there?


    Kind of pathetic...
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    Nov 22, 2010 4:11 PM GMT
    Ummm... LOTS of people get turned on* by fights one way or another. It's a hugely popular sport - weather done illegally or otherwise. Fight Club was a major film, UFC is hugely popular.

    WHY this is is anyone's guess - but it's a clear fact across the globe from school yards to Caesar's palace, and craploads of real-fight vids on YouTube. This guy was asking a question, not looking to be judged. Clearly he's not the only one.

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    *there's lots of gay erotic stories & video companies involving "fights" of various sorts - plenty of women LOVE to watch guys fight. I think it's a base-wired thing - maybe one day they'll figure it out.
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    Nov 22, 2010 4:23 PM GMT
    res_dent,

    Seriously are you kidding? The fights that are talking about do not involve innocent bystanders who may get hit by stray fist, cut by flying glass and in a worse case a bullet afterwards. I don't know anyone who goes out for the specific reason to start or to be a part of brawl. The poster did not mention sanctioned or unsanctioned fights. He said fights in a bar. There is a distinct difference between to the two.

    I know when I go out it's not to see two idiots pound on each other. When I have witnessed at a Bar in West Hollywood, I reeked of beer and cocktails because it was flying all over place. Two steroid juiced lovers got into a fight and they cleared the dance floor, but before glass and liquids were air born.

    Innocent people were injured.
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    Nov 22, 2010 4:25 PM GMT
    [quote][cite]res....


    well, im not sure the op understood the difference between UFC boxing or erotic wrestling [or just wrsetling with your boyfriend] and a REAL FIGHT who involves chairs,bottels and cold [and hot] weapons...

    if he wants a real fight [one guy already said it],he can go to a rough str8 bar and announce '' hey girls!! i''m here!!''icon_lol.gif
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    Nov 22, 2010 4:32 PM GMT
    AllenMark7870 saidIm really turned on by fighting. Am I the only one? Has anyone seen a really good gay bar fight? Are there rougher gay bars out there?
    I got into an argument at a gay bar once.
    The bouncer made us go out back and exchange blows.
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    Nov 22, 2010 4:45 PM GMT
    @ Ducky46: You know - I wish people on these forums would learn to READ instead of mis-interpret or make assumptions. I NEVER made any qualification on the ethics, dangers, or justification of fighting in any form. Christ.
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    Nov 22, 2010 4:47 PM GMT
    UFC is not actually fighting.
    Fights don't have rules.. or refs.
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    Nov 22, 2010 4:59 PM GMT
    Resi_dent you never qualified your statment...nor did the poster. I stand by statement. If you wish hard enough maybe...just maybe soem fight Genie would grant your wish!

    hint, hint. No one has luanched into an attackon this poster and for the most part no one has made any judgment directed at him. The poster mentioned "bar fights", not cage fights, not WFC fights. Had he said that, I'm sure the reponses would be quite diffrent. So what else you got!

  • DanOmatic

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    Nov 22, 2010 5:09 PM GMT
    I almost got into a fight in a bar in the Castro about 12 years ago. I was with friends and noticed that some really drunk guy was harassing a man in a wheelchair. The guy in the wheelchair kept telling the guy to go away, but he kept being a complete jerk, so I told him if he didn't leave the man alone that I was going to knock his teeth out. Drunk guy starts to do the whole you-wanna-piece-of-me-bullshit and got up in my face, at which point the music stopped and the lights went on and the bouncers came over--and threw the drunk guy out on his ass.
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    Nov 22, 2010 5:17 PM GMT
    Never seen a fight at a gay bar? Man, what pussy, posh bars do you guys go to? I've seen many fights at bars between gay men. Of course, there was a long period in my life when I was going out 5 or 6 nights a week, so I probably have a larger sampling of possible occasions to witness one. My old disco buddy I went out with all the time was involved in many.
  • Kinneticbrian

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    Nov 22, 2010 5:39 PM GMT
    Having worked previously in a bar here in Boystown I saw a lot of "near fights" begin which we had to immediately stop. If punches were thrown, both people were barred permanently from ever coming back in again.

    This sort of behavior is incredibly selfish and immature. It senselessly endangers innocent patrons of the bar or club, rudely disrupts their evening and it puts the staff of the bar in a bad place, not to mention risking the license of the owner, potential civil liability and damage that can result in increased costs at the best case and lost jobs in the worst case.

    The worst fight I ever saw was between two very butch lesbians in the middle of Halsted Street right in front of my apartment on Pride Weekend a few years ago. Both ended up being tased and taken to jail.

    Sad...
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    Nov 22, 2010 5:45 PM GMT
    I'm a MMA practitioner and UFC fan. I have no problem with mutually-agreed combat, but when out in public, it's usually done pretty poorly by dunken idiots.

    It's pretty easy to really, really hurt someone for life and to get hurt yourself. Don't know if it's ever really a good idea. The thing I've learned most in my training is restraint. When you know you can really hurt someone, it kinda becomes the last thing you'd want to do...
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    Nov 22, 2010 6:09 PM GMT
    daxmillion saidI'm a MMA practitioner and UFC fan. I have no problem with mutually-agreed combat, but when out in public, it's usually done pretty poorly by dunken idiots.

    It's pretty easy to really, really hurt someone for life and to get hurt yourself. Don't know if it's ever really a good idea. The thing I've learned most in my training is restraint. When you know you can really hurt someone, it kinda becomes the last thing you'd want to do...


    It's funny I am completely the opposite to your, "When you know you can really hurt someone, it kinda becomes the last thing you'd want to do..."

    I don't look for a fight. But when one comes to me? Whether I know I can hurt my opponent or not, I do really want to.
    Even though my years of training tell me differently, when I fight I WANT to hurt the other person.
    I know, I know...that sounds bloody psychotic, but that's the mode I get into when in a fight. (And frankly I like it. icon_redface.gif )
    Otherwise I really don't have a short fuse or a bad temper until that switch in my head is flicked on. icon_confused.gif

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    Nov 22, 2010 6:18 PM GMT
    Musclequest said
    daxmillion saidI'm a MMA practitioner and UFC fan. I have no problem with mutually-agreed combat, but when out in public, it's usually done pretty poorly by dunken idiots.

    It's pretty easy to really, really hurt someone for life and to get hurt yourself. Don't know if it's ever really a good idea. The thing I've learned most in my training is restraint. When you know you can really hurt someone, it kinda becomes the last thing you'd want to do...


    It's funny I am completely the opposite to your, "When you know you can really hurt someone, it kinda becomes the last thing you'd want to do..."

    I don't look for a fight. But when one comes to me? Whether I know I can hurt my opponent or not, I do really want to.
    Even though my years of training tell me differently, when I fight I WANT to hurt the other person.
    I know, I know...that sounds bloody psychotic, but that's the mode I get into when in a fight. (And frankly I like it. icon_redface.gif )
    Otherwise I really don't have a short fuse or a bad temper until that switch in my head is flicked on. icon_confused.gif

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    I agree. If you get pulled into a fight, its best to win it.