posted on Jan, 8 2007 @ 12:07 PM
Ok, let me break this up a little bit so that I can understand the situation.
You have a friend that you feel thinks he's "bigger and badder" than everyone, but you still respect each other.
You have fought him before, and it was a draw. You're still friends.
You went over to this friends house, and you started fighting (Verbally.)
It got awkward, so you left. You asked your friend to call him up and hear for herself what happened, but he told her it wasn't a big deal.
Now you want to fight him - why!? What did you guys say to each other at his place that made you want to beat him up? Moreover, it sounds like your
friend didn't even think it was a big deal. He told your other friend that it wasn't, right? Maybe he realizes that it's pointless to fight. The
whole situation seems akin to two gorillas having a scuffle because they looked at each other wrong. Trust me, I'm not that coward who runs from
fights, but 99% of the time these types of fights are completely pointless. I'm not trying to insult you or disrespect you, but I've had friends
who were constantly in situations like the one you're in, and I've seen their lives go to Hell. Sure, they're acting tough by getting in
streetfights and stuff, meanwhile all the other aspects of their lives are suffering. So what if he thinks he's tougher than you? Is there some
cosmic plain out there where this stuff actually effects your life? If I were you, I wouldn't go down that road. I'd focus my energy on other,
more important things and leave this guy in the dust if you can't stand him anymore.