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Beaten up at 14/15, now 26, any side effect? watch

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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Thanks for your reply, at least someone believes me.

    How can you be sure that there is no side effects?
    Because I doubt the guy that hit you, was strong enough to cause any severe damage.
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    (Original post by paddyman4)
    Be thankful he didn't punch you in the back of the neck. I hear that that definitely causes long-lasting effects.
    That guy who talks about his neck is trolling, but I am being serious.
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    Lol it was a couple of punches from a kid, barely even counts as getting beaten up. Im sure you must have banged your head or grazed your knee at some point in the last 11 years too, are you not worried about the drastic side effects these could have in future?
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    (Original post by SAK.A)
    No, there are no side effects. Unless theres brain damage which is highly unlikely.
    Although, judging from the evidence to hand, quite probable.
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    you just overreacting. im sure is nothing. if it really bothers you that much, then talk to professional, im sure you could get a closer.
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    Although, judging from the evidence to hand, quite probable.
    Pretty stupid judgment, how do you know if he was/wasn't like that before he got hit?
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    (Original post by SAK.A)
    Pretty stupid judgment, how do you know if he was/wasn't like that before he got hit?
    ...

    Did they hit you, too?
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    (Original post by thecookiemonster)
    Getting beaten up is being punched 3 times now?

    You've clearly never been kicked and stamped on by 6 guys at once down an alleyway in the pitch blackness
    And the vast majority has?....
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Thanks for your reply, at least someone believes me.

    How can you be sure that there is no side effects?
    You'd have realised by now...
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    (Original post by Profesh)
    Just be thankful he didn't punch you in the face '3 times' with his feet.
    You cant Punch someone with your feet YOU KICK THEM!
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    (Original post by zxh800)
    You'd have realised by now...
    Or perhaps that's a case-in-point.
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    What if there is? Nothing you can do about it now...

    But think logically, no effects for 10 years, so why would they appear now?
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    (Original post by Instincts_2012)
    And the vast majority has?....
    I never said the vast majority has...

    I'm just making a point that what the OP is describing is not getting beaten up
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    (Original post by baffled_mathman)
    What if there is? Nothing you can do about it now...

    But think logically, no effects for 10 years, so why would they appear now?
    Sounds too good to be true? Surely, I should have some sort of problems? It was 3 proper swings in my face.

    I am pleased that people believe me, I am not trolling.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Sounds too good to be true? Surely, I should have some sort of problems? It was 3 proper swings in my face.

    I am pleased that people believe me, I am not trolling.
    Seriously what the hell are you on about?? You got punched three times, so what?? About 90 % of people i know have been punched, headbutted or kicked before. For ****s sake you're not going to have any problems!!
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    ****e WUM.

    If you're being serious, I'd track this c-unit down and strike him in the face with a roasting Tefal. I live in Scotland, so a lot of people here get beaten up/stabbed.... just for a laugh, tbh. A pal of mine got beaten up when he was 15, when he saw the ******* that floored him the next day he plunged a knife into the side of his leg..... WELCOME TO LIVINGSTON!

    No, you won't have side effects. Grow a pair of balls.
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    (Original post by Comeheretellme)
    :facepalm: What the...
    This.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I am not trolling, people get beaten up all the time in my secondary school and I was one of them.
    For good reason, it seems
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    Funnier than most.
 
 
 
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