I ran someones car over

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Long story short, I was at a party, and this guy was roughing up his girlfriend. He didn't hit her, or smack her, but he grabbed her in a way that pissed me off. I said something to him about it, but he did it again later in the night, so I went outside and ran my truck over the hood of his car. I think it was a late 80's/early 90's civic. I scuffed up my rocker panel a bit, but otherwise my truck looks fine. Wish I got pictures, but I'm sure I'm gonna be in trouble for it in the morning anyway. Maybe I'll get pics then. :)
 

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Wouldn't it have just been easier just to smack him? I saw a good fight last night, this guys face was a train wreck.
 
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I didn't wanna have to resort to violence if I didn't have to. It really wasn't my fight to start with. His girlfriend should dump him if he's gonna be like that. He did seem pretty mad about the car though. Maybe he learned his lesson! I haven't heard from the cops yet. :) crossing my fingers. I don't think I'm allowed at my friend Taylors house anymore. :err:
 
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I guess I'm the only one that doesn't support what you did. I mean, it kind of seems like your point was:

"Don't piss me off, or I'll damage your material belongings"?

I'm not trying to call you a coward, but destruction of one's property is often, and apparently in this case, an attempt to resolve a problem without confronting it directly. Don't you think it was a bit immature? A physical fight, if anything, would be more appropriate.

In short: you should have kicked his ass. Attacking his car doesn't really prove anything.

Anyways, with this said, personal feelings aside, keep in mind this is from a practical viewpoint.
 
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Long story short, I was at a party, and this guy was roughing up his girlfriend. He didn't hit her, or smack her, but he grabbed her in a way that pissed me off. I said something to him about it, but he did it again later in the night, so I went outside and ran my truck over the hood of his car. I think it was a late 80's/early 90's civic. I scuffed up my rocker panel a bit, but otherwise my truck looks fine. Wish I got pictures, but I'm sure I'm gonna be in trouble for it in the morning anyway. Maybe I'll get pics then. :)
Dude, you are badass just for that.
 

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I guess I'm the only one that doesn't support what you did. I mean, it kind of seems like your point was:

"Don't piss me off, or I'll damage your material belongings"?

I'm not trying to call you a coward, but destruction of one's property is often, and apparently in this case, an attempt to resolve a problem without confronting it directly. Don't you think it was a bit immature? A physical fight, if anything, would be more appropriate.

In short: you should have kicked his ass. Attacking his car doesn't really prove anything.

Anyways, with this said, personal feelings aside, keep in mind this is from a practical viewpoint.
Ok this is off the subject of the guys car but ya know what pisses me off? Are girls that allow themselves to date this type of shit. The girl has a choice not to put up with this crap, she should have called the cops and pressed charges and moved on. But more than likely she will stay with him and he will do it again. :rollseyes
 
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I guess I'm the only one that doesn't support what you did. I mean, it kind of seems like your point was:

"Don't piss me off, or I'll damage your material belongings"?

I'm not trying to call you a coward, but destruction of one's property is often, and apparently in this case, an attempt to resolve a problem without confronting it directly. Don't you think it was a bit immature? A physical fight, if anything, would be more appropriate.

In short: you should have kicked his ass. Attacking his car doesn't really prove anything.

Anyways, with this said, personal feelings aside, keep in mind this is from a practical viewpoint.
It wasn't really my fight. I acted out of anger, and I would rather it be a replaceable material item than someones face. And I had a lot more fun doing it this way haha.

That he did.
Ok this is off the subject of the guys car but ya know what pisses me off? Are girls that allow themselves to date this type of shit. The girl has a choice not to put up with this crap, she should have called the cops and pressed charges and moved on. But more than likely she will stay with him and he will do it again. :rollseyes
My sister is a prime example of this. She was with this Nazi kid who was abusive. He took everything she had, her computer, her car, etc. He slapped her around a fair amount. She finally decided to leave him 2 weeks ago. She came home with the whole side of her face black and blue. Apparently he didn't like that idea. I don't really like my sisters particularly, but they're family. When I find this kid, you can bet the results will be a lot worse than a smashed up car. He's stupid enough to show up here someday asking to talk to her. I can't wait.
 

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My sister is a prime example of this. She was with this Nazi kid who was abusive. He took everything she had, her computer, her car, etc. He slapped her around a fair amount. She finally decided to leave him 2 weeks ago. She came home with the whole side of her face black and blue. Apparently he didn't like that idea. I don't really like my sisters particularly, but they're family. When I find this kid, you can bet the results will be a lot worse than a smashed up car. He's stupid enough to show up here someday asking to talk to her. I can't wait.
Well thats good she got out when she did. Guys like that are pretty much the scum of the earth and the only way the feel like they have any balls is to smack someone smaller around.
 
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Ok this is off the subject of the guys car but ya know what pisses me off? Are girls that allow themselves to date this type of shit. The girl has a choice not to put up with this crap, she should have called the cops and pressed charges and moved on. But more than likely she will stay with him and he will do it again. :rollseyes
its really actaully really hard for the females to just up and leave..... they beat them when they are in the relationship.. if they were to leave the guy would freak out, and the girl might not ever make it to the cops... abusive relationships re very hard to get out of .. mainly due to fear
 

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My sister is a prime example of this. She was with this Nazi kid who was abusive. He took everything she had, her computer, her car, etc. He slapped her around a fair amount. She finally decided to leave him 2 weeks ago. She came home with the whole side of her face black and blue. Apparently he didn't like that idea. I don't really like my sisters particularly, but they're family. When I find this kid, you can bet the results will be a lot worse than a smashed up car. He's stupid enough to show up here someday asking to talk to her. I can't wait.
i gota couple buddys that would like to meet this guy, does he know mr. smith and mr. wesson?
 
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What the fuck? You ran over a guys car because he "grabbed" his girlfriend the wrong way? How is this your business? What a nice fucking way to hit him while he's not looking. Hopefully he will be more of a man and confront you, instead of just "breaking your windows" or something. What pussys you are.

And you know arguments are very common in longer relationships. The last thing anyone needs is someone who does not know what the fuck, to act on his fucking assumptions. Live a better life and mind your own business in these situations, you'll be a more respectable person.