What would be the best way to handle a fight?

killswitch1698

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Hey all.

Theres this one kid at my school and he is annoying the hell out of me.

From the look of it, hes a couple inches shorter than me, and really skinny.
But apparently hes a "black belt" in karate, so im just wondering what counter-attack should i use if I make an attempt to bunch him in the eye.

Thanks in advance.
 

GoCubsGo

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Ummm, don't punch him in the eye. Kids are annoying. I bet you annoy people just as much as this kid annoys you. Take the high road and don't punch people in the eye.

On and eat your veggies.
 

arkitect

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Sep 5, 2005
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Is school out today? :confused:
Indeed. It seems like it…

To the OP:
Do kids actually still fight physically these days? I thought everything was done via Facebook?
So you delete him as a friend and he takes offence and you two start defaming each other on Facebook…

Perhaps I have a skewed idea how children act these days.
:confused:
 

killswitch1698

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no its not as if hes bullying me or anything...it's like he tries extremely hard to bully me, but all it's doing is pissing me off. I have no idea why, but this one kid seems to hate me, and im just sick and tired of being walked all over by people.
 

killswitch1698

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I know where you all are coming from- i usually hate fighting with a passion. but iv'e tried every way of getting him to stop. even asking nicely to stop.
 

SteveMobs

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kick ass. That's how you should handle a fight. Just make sure you're bigger than he is. Start eating healthy, working out and running a lot every day. Lots of protein and fiber, and if you're average weight now (e.g. Not obese) you should be in fighting trim in about 2-3 months. Then when 2-3 months rolls by, you have the have the determination, once that adrenaline hits you just have to have more of it. Ah, the classic school yard rumble, haha.

But, in all seriousness, don't start the fight. If you keep ignoring his ****, it'll get to him eventually, and by then, hopefully you're lean and ready.
 

Antares

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This might sound a little strange. But you could try sneezing on him or farting on him whenever he comes up to you to do what he does. This is a nonviolent solution that essentially provides him with something unpleasant if he does something unpleasant to you.

Ignoring him may or may not work. Remember, he is seeking a response from you. It's your response to his tauntings that pleases him. Ignore him and he might escalate his actions until you do respond. But if you respond in a nonviolent way that is unpleasant or uncomfortable to him....he may think twice about continuing his actions. But, prior to doing anything, do consider if what you plan on doing might ultimately embarass you or get you into trouble with your school, parent(s) or social circle.

Don't start a fight. But if he starts a fight, be sure to defend yourself.
 

Ttownbeast

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Humans aren't that fragile and sometimes confrontation is unavoidable it is easy to avoid punching and kicking should it come down to that there are a lot of places on the body that pressure can be applied to force an opponent to submit quite painfully without doing damage to anything but their ego. A good one is pinching the nerve endings between the thumb and forefinger--actually there a lot of areas where the joints of the body are effective places to temporarily disable an opponent in excruciating pain this requires getting in close and picking the spots which means you better be good at dodging or have the stamina to take a punch or two. Armpits, the Achilles tendons, the funny bone (not so damn funny). Hitting and kicking are hardly necessary if you can grapple efficiently you can take away an opponents advantages when they rely on throwing punches.

The only thing you have to worry about in this situation is if the dude turns out to be a masochist.
 

killswitch1698

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He just does stuff like bumps into me on purpose, slaping me in the face, etc.



It's not that I can't handle him, it's just that sometimes i can be too nice, which results in me getting walked all over.

Any suggestions of how to hurt him?