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    I'm talking about stepping out of your comfort zone, something you really don't want to do but forced yourself to do.
    Something almost "heroic"
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    Jump off an immense cliff clinging on a rope attached to an ancient tree. I is RAWR!
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    walked through a cloud along the edge of a mountain in africa. if i had lost my footing, i think i would have died... but i tried not to think about that too much at the time. :rolleyes:
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    (Original post by gapyear111)
    I'm talking about stepping out of your comfort zone, something you really don't want to do but forced yourself to do.
    Something almost "heroic"
    Hmmmm, well the other day I was on the train and some chavs were picking on a boy, so I told them to STFU.

    They then started to harass me. Although I felt pretty intimidated, I just thumped one of them and went insane. I then got of at the next stop and cried, and then laughed. :o:

    Man, I’m badass. :yep:
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    (Original post by Anony mouse)
    Hmmmm, well the other day I was on the train and some chavs were picking on a boy, so I told them to STFU.

    They then started to harass me. Although I felt pretty intimidated, I just thumped one of them and went insane. I then got of at the next stop and cried, and then laughed. :o:

    Man, I’m badass. :yep:
    Where did this happen? Was a silly thing to do tbh, you're lucky you didn't end up stabbed.
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    (Original post by NW8_SW1_EC3)
    Where did this happen? Was a silly thing to do tbh, you're lucky you didn't end up stabbed.
    Yeah I accept that I could have been stabbed but I felt so sorry for this boy who was being totally humiliated by these chavs. It reminded me of a time when I was younger and felt so alone but nobody helped me. I just thought 'No, f**k you' I'm not going to just stand there and do nothing. I know it was a good chance that I'd get at least a punch, but I'd rather fight and lose than feel like a total loser again. So I told them to 'Shut the f**k up!' They then started shouting abuse towards me, which was no problem until they approached me (because they could see that I was actually not so tough after all unfortunately). They started to pull my hair and I just lashed out but I did get some bruising on my arms but at least they stopped and moved to another carriage. I was quite shaky and just got off the train at the next stop.
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    (Original post by Anony mouse)
    Yeah I accept that I could have been stabbed but I felt so sorry for this boy who was being totally humiliated by these chavs. It reminded me of a time when I was younger and felt so alone but nobody helped me. I just thought 'No, f**k you' I'm not going to just stand there and do nothing. I know it was a good chance that I'd get at least a punch, but I'd rather fight and lose than feel like a total loser again. So I told them to 'Shut the f**k up!' They then started shouting abuse towards me, which was no problem until they approached me (because they could see that I was actually not so tough after all unfortunately). They started to pull my hair and I just lashed out and I did get good bruising on my arms but at least they stopped and moved to another carriage. I was quite shaky and just got off the train at the next stop.
    I sort of know what you mean, check this thread of mine - http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show...3#post14376183

    But I showed no aggressiveness, because the result of that would of been my arse kicked. I know I didn't actually help, but I too just felt sorry for the guy.
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    Yeah stay back and do nothing like the pussies that we have become. Well if I had no career prospects, I seriously would consider starting a private army to assassinate chavs and ultimately overthrow the Labour Government who are clearly not on our side.

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    (Original post by Areontas)
    walked through a cloud along the edge of a mountain in africa.
    That sounds awesome :eek:
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    (Original post by Viridis)
    That sounds awesome :eek:
    I can do that in the ******* Lake District :p:
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    (Original post by -WhySoSerious?)
    I can do that in the ******* Lake District :p:
    :laugh: yeh but it's like in Africa..
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