Such schadenfreude. He was an ignorant cunt, I cried when I got home, I've never told anyone this in person.. Mit HHI " "" HIIGH HIS IIE WHEH I SEW THE HEHHEE .
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User avatar #2 - chuca (11/03/2013) [+] (2 replies)
well **** if i got away with murder i'd be smiling too
User avatar #3 - tippidyt (11/03/2013) [+] (15 replies)
I once had to walk on crutches, and got tired so i sat down at the local pizza restaurants stairs. Then suddenly a guy and his girl comes out of the restaurant so i gave them some space so they could get past me. The guy then decides to kick me in the back of my head, and walk away like nothing happened. While i was trying to pull myself together, 2 of my friends saw it and yelled at him. He then responded by hitting one of my friends. By that time we lost our **** and beating him up.
I know it was wrong but i don't regret it at all. And yes. I am writing this with the biggest smile.

TL;DR: We've beaten a guy, and i feel good about it.
#5 - chaosnazo (11/03/2013) [+] (3 replies)
#6 to #5 - OsamaBinLadenz (11/03/2013) [-]
They often carry coffins for funerals.
#24 - fractalius (11/04/2013) [+] (9 replies)
>on a bike ride with my sister
>we decide to race home
>beat her by about 5 min (2 hour+ bike ride, so it was close)
>She gets home in tears
>Ask what happened
>While she was riding down the hill on her side of the bike path, a man and his kid were walking on their side.
>Right before my sister passes them, the little boy jumps to her side of the path
>Sister swerves to avoid kid, crashes into tree
>Little boy's dad starts yelling and cussing at my sister to "watch where she's going"
>Keep in mind I was 18 and my sister was 13 at the time
>After I hear this I tuck my sister into bed, give her some first aid and then book it to where the guy was
>He's 6 foot 2, 200+ pounds
>I'm 5 11, 180 but I lift
>Ask him what the **** he was thinking cussing out a little 13 year old girl
>He says she should have watched where she was going, that kids jump around all the time she should have been aware
>Tell her that my sister is in tears as we speak
>He tells me that she should "man up"
>Punch him in his faggot face, he goes straight to the ground bloody nose and all
>Tell the little boy not to be like her piece of **** father.
>The boy says that it was entirely his fault and that he's sorry, I tell him it's ok
>Walk back home
>Sister sleeping
>Kiss her on the forehead and leave a note saying the boy apologized profusely as well as the dad
#26 - desuforeverlulz (11/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
When I was 8 my brother taught me this impersonation of Italian gangsters. It went, "You touch-a my ____, I break-a you face," and the blank could be filled in with something you owned. I think he wanted to teach me to be tough. There was this fat ugly girl about the same age as me who wanted to ride my bike. I didn't really like her, so I told her "You touch-a my bike, I break-a you face." She ran home after that, and got her dad. He came over with his wife and yelled in my face "If you ever threaten to touch my daughter's face again, I'll snap your neck." Then took the massive branch he was holding and broke it over his arm to demonstrate.

I was so ******* scared at the time, but looking back, I realized, you're a full grown adult, if you think it's acceptable to threaten an 8 year old with murder because he said something silly and inconsequential to your daughter, you're a ******* joke.
>mfw realization

It's fine that he said something to me, I just think he really overestimated the gravity of the situation and did not handle it like an adult should.
#13 - fyaq (11/03/2013) [+] (3 replies)
your dog played with his dog, he hits your 			*******		 brick wall body and runs off with his tail between his legs?   
He dies a year later?   
Coincidence? Or are you just 			*******		 jacked?   
Id like to think the latter.
your dog played with his dog, he hits your ******* brick wall body and runs off with his tail between his legs?
He dies a year later?
Coincidence? Or are you just ******* jacked?

Id like to think the latter.
User avatar #14 - pepemex (11/03/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I want to feel that, OP. I want to feel the joy of watching an enemy die.

BTW, did you piss on his grave? I want to do that too.
#1 - allstarskilz (11/03/2013) [+] (2 replies)
old man's FW
old man's FW
User avatar #38 - nucularwar (11/04/2013) [-]
What an asshole. I hate old people, especially the "I'm old and I deserve your respect!" ones. You don't deserve my respect until you EARN it
User avatar #32 - ridivey (11/04/2013) [-]
an old man hit you and you didnt tell your parents? you probably couldve gotten him arrested for assault. you couldve smiled uncontrollaby twice, one for when he went to jail and one for when he died
#30 - kamikazeren (11/04/2013) [-]
I remember when I was around four or five when I was living in south Carolina and Spanish was my first language. My mom took me to the park then I tried to play with a little boy. Despite the language barrier we began playing catch. His mom came and hit me because I was playing with him. She knocked me to the ground, proceeded to spit on me, and started to insult me and mother saying we were "dirty mexicans". I don't remember everything but my mom recounts that she got into an argument with the woman but chose to grab me and leave because she didn't want to sink down to the woman's level. I understand you OP. Some adults think they can simply step all over children because of how powerless children are. People like are very sick in the head.
User avatar #54 - arisboch (06/15/2014) [-]
Schadenfreude is like German chocolate for the soul
#31 - Absolute Madman (11/04/2013) [-]
I learned a new word today: Hearse
User avatar #21 - AnAwesomeAardvark (11/04/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Yo, potentially vicious dogs are a big deal.
Not to be a killjoy, but if someone tells you not to go near their dog, you should stay the **** away from their dog.
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