are u protective over boyfriends, family and friends?

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    Sep 03, 2011 6:44 PM GMT
    what length would you go to to protect someone?
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    Sep 03, 2011 6:50 PM GMT
    I'am. When being civilized no longer works Smith& Wesson are the greatest friends you can have protect them.icon_neutral.gif I rarely carry any fire arms but there are occasions in life when you need to make a stand in order to protect yourself and your love ones.
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    Sep 03, 2011 8:53 PM GMT
    I'm a little over protective. I just got my first shotgun to go with a pistol my dad gave me and random "decorations" placed around house. I used to give all my female friends pepper spray, personal alarms too.
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    Sep 03, 2011 8:59 PM GMT
    Specially ... my BF .. i really get so jealous
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    Sep 03, 2011 9:04 PM GMT
    Yes i am
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    Sep 03, 2011 10:22 PM GMT
    Yes
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    Sep 03, 2011 10:28 PM GMT
    Family and friends, very. Boyfriends, I tend to try and NOT be too overprotective because I know they need their space. It's all about building trust with said boyfriend.
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    Sep 03, 2011 10:31 PM GMT
    are u protective over boyfriends, family and friends?

    Yes, always. I almost punched out a guy that I thought was giving my partner grief at our Pride table last year (2010). i'm actually more protective of those I feel responsible for, than I am for myself. You can poke & probe me and I won't do a thing, but touch someone close to me, and I'll deck you in a heartbeat.

    And when it comes to emergencies, which I've had to face too many times than I want to recall, I am absolutely cold as ice. I fall back into my Army mode, emotionless & efficient. But afterwards, the shock hits me, and probably takes even more out of me than I care to admit.

    Still, taking care and being protective of others was what I was apparently designed to do. I'll never get any medals or recognition for it (although I've saved some lives, including my own Father's, and both my late and current partner), it's just what we used to call "duty" in the Army. You do it, and that's all.

    But gawd help the person or thing that threatens someone close to me. You would never want to see that, even I don't.
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    Sep 03, 2011 10:32 PM GMT
    I am protective of those I care about, protective emotionally. Not one who finds jealously and violence redeeming traits though. I would much prefer a friend who calls to see how I am doing when I am going through a hard time then one who kicks somebody's butt that did me wrong.
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    Sep 03, 2011 10:42 PM GMT
    my friends all know who to come to especially if someone is bullying them because they're homophobic. I will set that shit straight in a hurry.
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    Sep 03, 2011 10:45 PM GMT
    I'll beat the fuck outta anyone who come near my family or my man. #sidenote I hate hoes
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    Sep 03, 2011 10:53 PM GMT
    Since when does protection = firearms? What a whacko gun nut nation we live in. icon_rolleyes.gif
    How about protecting someone from eviction by writing a check to their landlord? Telling them things about a fake friend or a poor choice of partners that they don't want to hear but will thank you for later? Hiding them when a violent ex is on the warpath? Or even just slipping 'em a rubber or two right before they meet somebody for the first time? For people important to me I've done all this. It's what friends are for and what family's all about.
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    Sep 03, 2011 11:13 PM GMT
    i'm extremely protective of my family. dare even give them a bad look and i'll pull your eyes out. friends and bf I give space but will jump right in if someone is making them uncomfortable. Almost punched a guy in the club last month when i visited my ex and someone was harassing him. He backed off quick so it was all good.
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    Sep 03, 2011 11:46 PM GMT
    MuslNorganLikr saidSince when does protection = firearms?


    Continuum of force. Any well-rounded combat arts practitioner includes weapons proficiency.
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    Sep 04, 2011 12:40 AM GMT
    Very protective but not jealous. I will support the ones I love and fight for them no matter what. Especially my lovers, sister, and mother. Gotten me into trouble a few times before.
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    Sep 04, 2011 12:46 AM GMT
    hell to the no
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    Sep 04, 2011 1:15 AM GMT
    MuslNorganLikr saidSince when does protection = firearms? What a whacko gun nut nation we live in. icon_rolleyes.gif
    How about protecting someone from eviction by writing a check to their landlord? Telling them things about a fake friend or a poor choice of partners that they don't want to hear but will thank you for later? Hiding them when a violent ex is on the warpath? Or even just slipping 'em a rubber or two right before they meet somebody for the first time? For people important to me I've done all this. It's what friends are for and what family's all about.


    Says the man or woman with the unlock face pic. Really?

    Come out of the closet then we'll talk sweetie.
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    Sep 04, 2011 3:57 AM GMT
    Not closeted here beeyotch, if you troubled yourself to read my profile you'd know that it's one of "us" who I choose to steer clear of. Wait a sec - I bet you're one of the tough guys who lets your guns do the talking. icon_rolleyes.gif You'd've just Swiss-cheesed the fool. I see.
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    Sep 04, 2011 5:50 AM GMT
    MuslNorganLikr saidNot closeted here beeyotch, if you troubled yourself to read my profile you'd know that it's one of "us" who I choose to steer clear of. Wait a sec - I bet you're one of the tough guys who lets your guns do the talking. icon_rolleyes.gif You'd've just Swiss-cheesed the fool. I see.


    "Beeyotch" first of all, grow a pair of balls, show up your face and call me the real word instead of going ghetto like an immature boy. You're pitiful.

    If you BOTHER to read the OP's post and title he ask: "Are u protective over boyfriends, family and friends?" I assume you're not too stupid and can read AND understand at a first grade level. Right?

    My answer like most here was: I'am. which I continue to explain: When being civilized no longer works Smith& Wesson are the greatest friends you can have protect them.

    See the connection? Protect: As in use of any means necessary to protect their well-being even using deadly force has a last option. What's the keyword again? PROTECT you can be civilized to a certain point but when that doesn't work you use other means. Are you following my drift, retardo or do I need to step down a few thousand notches so you can get me? I can do Kindergarten level if that's better for you.

    Not really, I'm very tough without any weapons. In fact you can say I'm a weapon and a pretty dangerous one too. You see the way I'm handling your ass in here? I got much more but I'm not gonna be wasting my previous time with a faceless wanna-be.

    This is the United States of America. The land of the free and I'm free to have the option of carrying a conceal weapon for my protection and the protection of my love ones. If you don't like it that's too bad. You have two options; #1 respect the choices of others and accept that everyone has the right to do whatever they want even carrying a weapon if they so choose and #2 Shut up and deal with your little problems. Which from what I can see they seem to be plenty.

    Now, you can got back to the troll cave you came out of and let us men have decent intelligent conversations without babies like you pushing their so-called conservative agendas. You can keep trolling this thread or any other thread for what I care because after this I won't even bother. Dealing with "people" like you is a waste of time and energy.
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    Sep 04, 2011 6:52 PM GMT
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    MuslNorganLikr saidSince when does protection = firearms? What a whacko gun nut nation we live in. icon_rolleyes.gif
    How about protecting someone from eviction by writing a check to their landlord? Telling them things about a fake friend or a poor choice of partners that they don't want to hear but will thank you for later? Hiding them when a violent ex is on the warpath? Or even just slipping 'em a rubber or two right before they meet somebody for the first time? For people important to me I've done all this. It's what friends are for and what family's all about.


    Says the man or woman with the unlock face pic. Really?

    Come out of the closet then we'll talk sweetie.


    A person's lack of a face pic does not negate the wisdom of his post. Protection comes in many forms, including but not limited to the protective use of force.
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    Sep 04, 2011 7:22 PM GMT
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    Edward22 saidI'll beat the fuck outta anyone who come near my family or my man. #sidenote I hate hoes

    #sidenote you're a jackass
    I don't give a fuck proud to be one. What you gonna do? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING
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    Sep 04, 2011 7:31 PM GMT
    Yeah, I pretend that I'm Buffy and fight all of my friends' and family's battles. I only wish I was kidding.
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    Sep 04, 2011 7:32 PM GMT
    I'm over protective of the girls in my life (mom, friends, etc...). Example, a friend of mine (girl) got hit in the face at a Milwaukee Brewers vs. Chicago Cubs game, by a cubs fan of course. Got in a brawl w/ him, cops were about to arrest us both, I showed the police that the guy punched my friend in the face and she was bleeding. He congratulated me on protecting a girl, let me go and arrested the other guy. icon_smile.gif
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    Sep 04, 2011 7:36 PM GMT
    Love ones are protected by all means. If it mean I to die to protect one so be it
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    Sep 04, 2011 7:47 PM GMT
    I'd be a martyr for them if the situation called for it