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    i'm a germophobe, and even more so now after hearing about the swine flu deaths.

    sitting opposite me on a train yesterday was a black, tramp-looking man, who could not stop sneezing and coughing without covering his mouth or nose.

    i told him to cover his mouth, and he started ranting at me, standing over me and threatening me. i pushed him away from my face and he hit me really hard, then moved to a different carriage.

    considering i'm terrified of swine flu, how should i deal with people like this in the future, without getting ****** up?
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    Unlikely to happen again tbh.
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    Lol funny story. Do you not have more sense than to get involved with tramps and homeless people though...you could have just moved away.
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    Live in a bubble.
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    You got owned. :owned:
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    Haha you got smacked off a tramp! Grow some balls son, if you're going to be getting wide with total strangers at least be ready to kick **** out of them if they smash your **** in.
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    lmao *****
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    That wasn't a fight. You got pwned by a homeless guy, dude!

    :awesome:
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    (Original post by TOSCS)
    Haha you got smacked off a tramp! Grow some balls son, if you're going to be getting wide with total strangers at least be ready to kick **** out of them if they smash your **** in.
    Lol :ditto:
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    Did you have to mention his race? It doesn't play a factor in the situation at all. And it's highly doubtful this'll happen again.
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    :own3d: If it bothers you that much move away next time.
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    You should have offered him a tissue or move away.
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    you mean "I lost a flight to a black tramp"
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    Now, to regain you honour, you must duel him.
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    Why does it matter he was black? :|
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    In response to topic title - No you didn't. You just wish you did because it would have made your life worth living.
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    Why does the fact he is black make such a difference?
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    (Original post by aliphatic)
    Why does it matter he was black? :|
    harder to fight, due to the 'street-fighting' advantage blacks have due to their genetic history of gang violence
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    You should get over it, by not being terrified of a stupid pig cold, thats been over hyped by the media.
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    (Original post by cowsgoquack)
    you mean "I lost a flight to a black tramp"
    (Original post by sron)
    Now, to regain you honour, you must duel him.
    (Original post by Colonel Brusnahan)
    That wasn't a fight. You got pwned by a homeless guy, dude!
    Hahahahaha, sorry but those posts really made me laugh.
 
 
 
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