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    Anon or delete please.

    So basically the story is that Ive accidently annoyed a guy, who is causing problems for me. Generally irritating me and pushing aswell. He is a rugby player - and bigger than me. Ive tried talking to him, but he just dismissed it and carried on being a complete *****. Its clear hes just blaming me for his problem because its convinient. I cant really deny that I played a small role in the problem, but its not clear whether my actions actually contributed - its just that they could well have. Im not sure if Im scared of him, I think im generally scared of conflict, because im pretty sure even though he is bigger than me, if it was 1 on 1 I could probably take him. But this isnt a solution as all of his mates are pretty big aswell (mostly sporty types) and Id rather the problem not escalate. What would you suggest?

    ok what problem is that ?
    you go around the point
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    Id rather not state the problem directly - as it would make it very very obvious what it was about - and that defeats the point of being anonymous. Basically he wasnt the only one affected. He may have not been affected had I not spoken :/. Sorry im being so secretive its just that Id like to keep this as anon as possible.
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