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Originally posted by Gnarly
Where I come from, sucker punching someone in the face means hitting them when they don't expect it. This kid KNEW what was happening. He knew what the other kid was doing. I'm not saying what the little kid was wrong. What if the fat kid has slammed the little one's head into the ground, killing him on accident? That big kid is able to do so much more damage than the little kid. It's like a dog and a cat.
Originally posted by TKDRL
reply to post by Gnarly
Where I come from, sucker punching someone in the face is not "playing rough", it's grounds to get your teeth kicked in if it doesn't knock the person out.
Originally posted by v1rtu0s0
I think it's funny when people try to equate strength with fighting ability.
Originally posted by TheRealTruth84
And did a pretty damn good job at it considering that I was benching well over 300lb by my senior year of high school and only had to say, "quit f'n around!"
Originally posted by lavenlaar
This is a blight on our rights to be protected in a safe environment. Where were the teachers ?
The little one is at fault for hitting