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User avatar #1 - flemsdfer ONLINE (01/18/2014) [-]
That's why I like being crippled sometimes. People don't quite look down on it as much if I defend myself against bitches that do that.
User avatar #236 to #1 - thesinful (01/19/2014) [-]
There's also the more pragmatic reasoning. If someone fights you, win or lose, they still lose. Especially if you're like the guy who tried to mug the world champion of blind judo.
User avatar #238 to #236 - flemsdfer ONLINE (01/19/2014) [-]
You're exactly right. I used that all the time in school when people would be assholes. Challenge them to a fight and it goes one of three ways.

1. They refuse and are branded a pussy for being scared of a cripple

2. They fight and lose. Beaten up by a cripple and forever mocked

3. They win and beat up a cripple and then killed by the angry mob looking for bloodshed
#269 to #238 - thesinful (01/19/2014) [-]
I'm not sure I'd be willing to fight a cripple. Depends on their exact handicap I suppose.

School made me develop a simple philosophy: Never throw the first punch. Maybe throw every punch after the first, but never the first. Fortunately, my friends understood my idea of "Equal rights, equal fights" even if they didn't expect it. One girl decided it'd be funny to kick me in the balls because I wouldn't let her cut in line. While doubled over, I decided it'd be hilarious to punch her in the cunt. They all agreed, she totally earned it.
User avatar #272 to #269 - flemsdfer ONLINE (01/19/2014) [-]
I'd have to agree with you on it. I didn't start fights either in school. It was always "This person thought I was at perfect sitting height to shove his nuts in my face and needed to demonstrate it during woodshop so I hit him with a 2X4" or "You told me to stop making fun of this kids divorced parents so I'm going to punch you instead"
User avatar #274 to #272 - thesinful (01/19/2014) [-]
Yeah, teabagging is total ass-kicking worthy behavior. One kid in middle school decided to mock my muscle spasms some medication I took as a kid made it so that when I'm cold I don't shiver, my arm, shoulder, and neck muscles spasm wildly so I punched him in the kidney then apologized for the 'spasm'
#276 to #274 - flemsdfer ONLINE (01/19/2014) [-]
I have leg spasms due to a spinal cord injury. I just used mine to make my legs vibrate and tell girls to pretend I was a massage chair.......no takers though.
#279 to #276 - thesinful (01/19/2014) [-]
Oh god that's good. Reminds me of a story  don't remember which sorry  where some diplomats were hammering out a treaty after a war and one of them, fed up with the another's fence-sitting, tells him, "If you shut up and sign the damn treaty, I'll buy you a shirt that says 'Moustache Rides $5.'"
Oh god that's good. Reminds me of a story don't remember which sorry where some diplomats were hammering out a treaty after a war and one of them, fed up with the another's fence-sitting, tells him, "If you shut up and sign the damn treaty, I'll buy you a shirt that says 'Moustache Rides $5.'"
#283 to #279 - flemsdfer ONLINE (01/19/2014) [-]
Wheelchair rides were free
User avatar #289 to #283 - thesinful (01/19/2014) [-]
Just make sure you put the brakes on, otherwise that might me more excitement than either of ya bargained for
#293 to #289 - flemsdfer ONLINE (01/19/2014) [-]
Maybe more than she bargained for, but I wouldn't underestimate me now
Maybe more than she bargained for, but I wouldn't underestimate me now
User avatar #297 to #293 - thesinful (01/19/2014) [-]
Everytime I see that gif, I hear the bird saying "Hello Ladies" in the voice of 'The man your man could smell like'
User avatar #299 to #297 - flemsdfer ONLINE (01/19/2014) [-]
I think of the exact same thing
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