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Why is it never OK to punch someone watch

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    If someone was pissing me off and I punched them to make them stop, I would be the one prosecuted, fired etc.
    This way of dealing with assaults really needs to change (it wont tho). Driver pulled out on you? Someones dog urinated on your foot? Some bugger cheated the que or holding you up without good reason? Why not simply punch the *******.
    People would be a lot less likely to go around being a twodger if they knew there was a good chance of them falling foul of their annoyance. Would also save the police the hassle of having to do anything.

    The downside of this is that if you "kick someones arse" then their punishment is read. You therefore no longer have any legal argument and cant make a claim against them.
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    Don't want to damage my hands.
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    Violence just doesn't solve anything.
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    (Original post by Rock Fan)
    Violence just doesn't solve anything.
    but when there's a fight...
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    (Original post by Rock Fan)
    Violence just doesn't solve anything.
    It achieves much more than simply moaning.
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    Yeah a possible arrest and criminal record
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    Why does this question even have to be asked?
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    Yes if someone annoyed you and you decided to retaliate with a punch then they can prosecute you, I've seen happen to my friend before, so it can happen to anybody.
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    By hitting them, that would be animal abuse.
 
 
 
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