Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by CrimsonFan, Aug 14, 2019 at 12:51 AM.
congrats and all i guess
All this could have been avoided if you had been the one to call the cops on him
just for future reference ts
if you do commit a crime (im not saying what you did in the op is a crime) don't post about it on the internet.
The thread title is a little ambiguous
unless you live in manhattan, or san francisco, etc. why are you living with roommates? it's well worth the extra money to find a place on your own. there is nothing better than being the king of your castle. fucking living with roommates. i did that shit for too many years. sorry, just venting from all the shit i dealt with in the past lol.
If he was black out drunk you have nothing to worry about.
First rule of conflict today if you suspect the other person may report it is to go report it first.
I know of guys who have had their lives ruined by accusations from the guys who instigated trouble and yet went to the cops when they lost, claiming they were assaulted.
The one using self defense then gets arrested at work and worse as they are forced to spend money to defend themselves.
To prevent this instead always go file the complaint first. Put the instigator on the defense and be the victim, not the accused.
Where's his gofundme?
i commend TS for his restraint in not using his UFC training to kill his drunken roommate.
I almost had to take Sensitivity training one time, b/c i got accused of Fat Shaming for disputing that 'only thin people suffer from heat stroke' which is a ridiculous statement and flatout lie
When people complained about my responses, i countered w/ 'they were thin shaming!'
To make it even crazier, i work on a USMC base for the Marines. An organization literally built on Fat Shaming from day one
you stomped on him?
thats fucking illegal
Thanks for taking the time to update us before the cops came. Classic sherdog
Better call Saul
I dumped a crazy ass ex-gf who had borderline personality disorder. My current girlfriend was top 5 in sales last year at her company so we are going on an all expense paid trip to Hawaii at a 5 star resort next month.
I had a drunk roommate fight me. The problem is he was a muay thai fighter and I didn't train at all. He got me pretty good and broke our front door. Then when I came back from class the next day all his shit was gone and I never saw him again.
You're an amateur fighter, right? Did getting your ass kicked motivate you to start training?
Should've choked him out instead, brah.
Well I wouldn't call myself an amateur fighter as I've only had 1 fight, but yeah that and the need to lose weight motivated me to start training.
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