How many (proper) fights have you had?

How many fights have you had?

  • None, I'm a lover not a fighter.

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 1 - 10, Someone else started it/It was self defence.

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 10 - 50, I was always up for it when I was younger but have calmed down now.

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 50 - 100, I love a good rumble as long as it's fists only, no blades, glasses etc.

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • 100+ Come on you b@stards, so you think your hard do ya?

    Votes: 0 0.0%

  • Total voters
    0
#1
As an extension to the best Naafi bar punch ups thread..............

http://www.arrse.co.uk/cpgn2/Forums/viewtopic/t=88978.html

There is a theme developing here isn't there? :D

I reckon my total is easily around the 50 mark if you include early 80's football matches and the various Naafi and nightclub punch ups over the years. :wink:

Any advance on 50?
 
#2
None
I'm a pacifist. Don't believe in un-necessary violence.
Where the boundary lies that makes it necessary is a little flexable I suppose.
 

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#3
er, well, that's me voted for 50-100.

I'm an unpleasant, mouthy, obnoxious and feisty short-arrse with er, a heart of gold, and a sense of right and wrong, and the willingness to batter some b@stard who richly deserves it.

That of course was in the bad old days. These days I'm far more mellow, sensible, wary, old and prefer action in the sack rather than on the floor.

I've had a few where weapons were involved, so I've had to improvise.

Fighting is bad for your health, your teeth, jaw, skull and other limbs. I'be got a 5-tooth bridge, a piece missing from my jaw, lots of scars, had a fractured skull and eye socket, nearly had my thumb bitten off and still get jip from one knee.

Don't do it, it's not big, and it's not clever.
 
#4
The best one I had was in '91. Me and a few mates took on around 100,000+ Iraqis (if the reports were to be believed) and whupped 'em.
 
#7
Surprisingly few. Maybe it's the 6'5'', 16 stone frame, maybe it's the growling Scots voice, or the facial scar (accident with barbed-wire at Whinny Hill, rather than duelling at Heidelberg or killing my first lion) that convinces folk I'm a placid and amiable chap.

Whatever the reason, people involved in fights have always tended to whirl round with clenched fists as I brushed past on my way out, only to drop their mitts rapidly and apologise that they thought I was someone else.
 
#8
I'm having a fight right now, which makes typing really difficult...
 
#9
Mr_Deputy said:
brettarider said:
saintstone said:
The best one I had was in '91. Me and a few mates took on around 100,000+ Iraqis (if the reports were to be believed) and whupped 'em.
Your cooking that bad then?
:D
Was waiting for that one :D
 
#12
YesItsMe said:
none - we plain and simple arrest those who start fights :D
What about those that finish the fights :wink:
 
#13
I always talk my way out of fights because I'm a wuss. Got in one once, and I've still got a scar on my forehead. Bloody emos and their silly spiky hair.

Strangely I've had a lot more near misses (and good views of the ones that didn't miss) since I've started drinking with soldiers...
 
#14
A coupla here and there, mostly scrapping at school, but as smart as carrots said, being 6'5" and getting on for 15 stone tends to discourage people.

Apart from the little bantam weight bastards who think they can fight their way through a tribe of amazons when they're pissed.
 
#16
mgmidget said:
What a nob thread
Please accept my humble apologies, I thought for a moment this was the Naafi Bar. Ooops, it is. In which case if you don't like it fuck off in your crap little M reg rust bucket of a car.

I know your really unhappy because being an ex scalie you happen to know most of the w@nkers I battered in Herford were 7 Sigs. Sore (literally) loser are we?

(Was it you in LA's who I hit over the head with the beer mug?)



By the way, you have started some quality threads yourself :roll:

Link to mgmidgets last 10 utter shi'ite threads............................ :roll:
 
#17
smartascarrots said:
Surprisingly few. Maybe it's the 6'5'', 16 stone frame, maybe it's the growling Scots voice, or the facial scar (accident with barbed-wire at Whinny Hill, rather than duelling at Heidelberg or killing my first lion) that convinces folk I'm a placid and amiable chap.

Whatever the reason, people involved in fights have always tended to whirl round with clenched fists as I brushed past on my way out, only to drop their mitts rapidly and apologise that they thought I was someone else.
Same here; being 6'2" tall, 96 kilos and looking like the offspring of a Rottweiler raped by an Ork, I tend to live quiet peacefully and have to make a real effort to find trouble.

I still remember, with great foundness, the cold, dark night when a police officer crossed the road to avoid me... :twisted:
 
#18
suprisingly few considering I used to manage a town centre pub.

I spose thats the benefit of staying sober and being surrounded by drunks, you tend to see the trouble before it realy happens.

I did get seriously caught out once, I was standing in the porch of a pub making a phone call when a bunch of rugby blokes stormed out to get at someone outside, as I was between them (unintentionaly) I got the kicking of my life (was bleeding out of my ear at one point). Talk about being in the wrong place at the wrong time!
 
#19
4-8-Alfa said:
Not that many, but when I was 20 I could take on someone twice my age, [b]and still can at 50+.[/[/b]quote]

Whaaaaaaat???? You fight 100 year olds? Which district of Shangrila do you live in?
 
#20
Whats all this 6'3 15 stone stuff, you cnuts need to eat more scran

6'4 and 17 stone with more scaring than a Naafi birds knees
 

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