Domestic fight

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    Dec 11, 2012 4:27 PM GMT
    jmusmc85 said
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    TheAlchemixt saidI've learned one thing from getting into fist fights with my ex of seven years.
    The thing I learned is this..If I'm going to fight him I need to make sure he is drunk otherwise he'd kick my ass because he much stronger than me.
    We usually ended up talking the next day.
    I've had cops come to my house 3-4 times, I can't really recall.

    You might want to consider giving up alcohol


    I never drank when I was with him, he was the alcoholic. I hated alcohol so much because of him. I am a social drinker now though, I'm a fun and friendly drunk. icon_biggrin.gif Oh but thanks for telling me that, some people do need to be told that and if I were one I'd appreciate it if someone was upfront with me.


    You sound like me!!!


    crazy?
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    Dec 11, 2012 4:28 PM GMT
    I've only had one relationship and arguing was a natural, playful thing.
    We only got into fights over whether or not we should pursue a long-distance relationship; how either of us acted during those fights depended on if, on that day, we were on team "can" or "cannot"
  • SomeSiciliano...

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    Dec 11, 2012 4:29 PM GMT
    src123 saidWell first off .. Im Italian so when we fight initially if im wright or wrong i launch a major verbal assault of EPIC proportions! If its something did im usually quiet for a while and them bam! there it is ww3 assult lol. after that though we usually just talk it out and watch cat videos on youtube.I cant help but to over react lol Its just Italians are veryicon_lol.gif passionate lol


    HAHAHA icon_biggrin.gif Playing the ethnic card I see.

    I feel ya though, seems like there is some truth in that. I am Sicilian-Latino and my partner is Mexican, and we throw down all the time. We are both stubborn, both alpha, a bit on the high-strung side and we both stand our ground (even when we know we are in the wrong). At the end of the day , we know that frustration/anger derives from a behavior or situation, not the person. I think some of the conflict comes from the fact that we think alike.
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    Dec 11, 2012 4:49 PM GMT
    the last time I got into a fight with my ex I was really really drunk and started punching him in the face and he didn't even hit me back even though he is a lot bigger and stronger than me, I never saw him again after that night
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    Dec 11, 2012 10:07 PM GMT
    JackDoyle saidthe last time I got into a fight with my ex I was really really drunk and started punching him in the face and he didn't even hit me back even though he is a lot bigger and stronger than me, I never saw him again after that night

    Funny story, a long time ago I was dating an amazing and wonderful artist and he too came home one night, drunk and loud. I had an important meeting in the morning and told him I needed my sleep, he picked some sort of a fight, and ended up punching me in the face. I made it to my meeting in the morning, came home, my BF was at his job and I packed up all my stuff, which fit in my car and started driving, making it across the country in less than a week. We never spoke again. My policy is and will always be, one punch is all you get, better make it good.
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    Dec 11, 2012 10:24 PM GMT
    smartmoney said.. and [he] ended up punching me in the face. I made it to my meeting in the morning, came home, my BF was at his job and I packed up all my stuff, which fit in my car and started driving, making it across the country in less than a week. We never spoke again. My policy is and will always be, one punch is all you get, better make it good.

    Sorta how one relationship ended for me. He didn't punch, but roughed me up, leaving serious bruises. I couldn't move out that day, but I started making plans.

    I found a new place at the same time he was out of town for 3 days visiting relatives in a different State. When he returned I was gone, totally packed out, a note waiting for him. I knew if I had tried to move out with him home it would've prompted another ugly confrontation.
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    Dec 11, 2012 10:25 PM GMT
    zakariahzol saidWhat do you and your other half do when you got into a fight?
    We do like any other gay couple arguing...we go out back and exchange blows.
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    Dec 11, 2012 10:58 PM GMT
    These days, we usually stop arguing when it gets too heated - often one or both of us leaves the room - and come back when we're calmer. Working pretty well. We seem to have slowly vanquished the drama quotient. Not that it's not still there sometimes, but it has gotten much better over the years.
  • HottJoe

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    Dec 11, 2012 11:16 PM GMT
    Edward24 saidI beat the shit out of him. Or throw hot gritz on that ass


    Sometimes burn his shit (clothes) to piss him off more.


    Sorry been around Mama for too long lol


    On other occasions I simply leave and go off somewhere to cool down


    I'm single now. This all occured with my last bf months ago


    Lol!
  • HottJoe

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    Dec 11, 2012 11:20 PM GMT
    My boyfriend and I only fight because we care. <3
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    Dec 11, 2012 11:33 PM GMT
    smartmoney said
    JackDoyle saidthe last time I got into a fight with my ex I was really really drunk and started punching him in the face and he didn't even hit me back even though he is a lot bigger and stronger than me, I never saw him again after that night

    Funny story, a long time ago I was dating an amazing and wonderful artist and he too came home one night, drunk and loud. I had an important meeting in the morning and told him I needed my sleep, he picked some sort of a fight, and ended up punching me in the face. I made it to my meeting in the morning, came home, my BF was at his job and I packed up all my stuff, which fit in my car and started driving, making it across the country in less than a week. We never spoke again. My policy is and will always be, one punch is all you get, better make it good.


    Aw thats sad, did you not even explain to him why you were leaving? did ye ever even speak through txt or anything after that? It would wreck my head not knowing how he feels about it. plus people can do really dumb stuff when they are blackout drunk, but I suppose you did the right thing. did you quit your job and everything??

    The guy I was with was no angel though, he introduced me to lots of drugs and the last night I saw him he went off and slept with someone I had been with before, and he told me he was going back with him, thats why I got so angry. and my parents found out through one of my friends that I was taking drugs so they came all the way from the other side of the country to get me and bring me home, that's why I never saw him again. but I was talking to him through facebook since
  • MixedJock91

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    Dec 12, 2012 12:06 AM GMT
    you never know...if he touches you be prepared to defend yourself and not but a sissy
  • HottJoe

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    Dec 12, 2012 12:13 AM GMT
    MixedJock91 saidyou never know...if he touches you be prepared to defend yourself and not but a sissy


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