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    Default Being in a fight

    Has anyone here ever got caught up in a proper dust-up?

    What happened? Did things escalate?

    Did anyone get their fingers cut off and body chopped up by mistake?

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    I've had a few fights.

    Normally it's 3 hits.

    Me hitting them

    Them hitting the floor

    & the ambulance hitting 90


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    Quote Originally Posted by Heisenberg View Post
    I've had a few fights.

    Normally it's 3 hits.

    Me hitting them

    Them hitting the floor

    & the ambulance hitting 90

    Why not pick on someone over the age of 14 next time ?

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    I got messed up by some Bouncers on me stag do. Can't remember much but that I won.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabbage_Face View Post
    I got messed up by some Bouncers on me stag do. Can't remember much but that I won.
    Was it in Nairobi pal?

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    This place is full of "Fighters"

    Tough lot on here....

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    Quote Originally Posted by shurlock View Post
    Was it in Nairobi pal?
    Yeah.


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    In 2003, at University in Plymouth, we were walking past Jesters down Union Street after being to a club called Millennium. Unfortunately the marines were in town, but we weren't aware of that.

    One of my friends had a cigarette put out on his arm, and unfortunately my friend didn't like that.

    It ended up in an enormous scuffle, around 20 people. Quite a few injuries, I was alright, but one of my mate's was stabbed and obviously ended up in hospital.

    That was fun, we still reminisce about it quite a lot.

    Good times.

    Oh, and marines aren't as hard as they think they are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unbelievable Jeff View Post
    In 2003, at University in Plymouth, we were walking past Jesters down Union Street after being to a club called Millennium. Unfortunately the marines were in town, but we weren't aware of that.

    One of my friends had a cigarette put out on his arm, and unfortunately my friend didn't like that.

    It ended up in an enormous scuffle, around 20 people. Quite a few injuries, I was alright, but one of my mate's was stabbed and obviously ended up in hospital.

    That was fun, we still reminisce about it quite a lot.

    Good times.

    Oh, and marines aren't as hard as they think they are.
    Watch out for the army and navy chefs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shurlock View Post
    Watch out for the army and navy chefs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unbelievable Jeff View Post
    In 2003, at University in Plymouth, we were walking past Jesters down Union Street after being to a club called Millennium. Unfortunately the marines were in town, but we weren't aware of that.

    One of my friends had a cigarette put out on his arm, and unfortunately my friend didn't like that.

    It ended up in an enormous scuffle, around 20 people. Quite a few injuries, I was alright, but one of my mate's was stabbed and obviously ended up in hospital.

    That was fun, we still reminisce about it quite a lot.

    Good times.

    Oh, and marines aren't as hard as they think they are.
    But did anyone get chopped up and dissolved in acid on the spur of the moment? I know how these things can escalate.

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    It pays to bring a bone saw to a fist fight. 12 against one is good odds too

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    Quote Originally Posted by shurlock View Post
    Watch out for the army and navy chefs.
    tin openers are a dangerous weapon.

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    Keyboards are the best weapons

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    As former leader of the famous DEF, Europes most notorious hooligan firm, I can confirm I have been in numerous one sided fights and always ironed out any of the opposition with the rest of my crew. I have since hung up my Stone Island jumper and now, such was our reputation, an away day is more likely to revolve around posing for photos and signing autographs for wannabe hooligans at other clubs. I can exclusively reveal for the first time that I was due to star in The South Coast edition of Danny Dyers real football factories however this was pulled at the last minute due to Sky believing it was an embarrassment to all the other firms that had appeared in the programme.

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    Goals Millbrook is always good for a scrap. 5 a side brings the worst out of people.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cabbage_Face View Post
    Goals Millbrook is always good for a scrap. 5 a side brings the worst out of people.
    The refs are bottlers. I've seen a full punch go unpunished.

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    Never seen a full-on dismemberment though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turkish View Post
    As former leader of the famous DEF, Europes most notorious hooligan firm, I can confirm I have been in numerous one sided fights and always ironed out any of the opposition with the rest of my crew. I have since hung up my Stone Island jumper and now, such was our reputation, an away day is more likely to revolve around posing for photos and signing autographs for wannabe hooligans at other clubs. I can exclusively reveal for the first time that I was due to star in The South Coast edition of Danny Dyers real football factories however this was pulled at the last minute due to Sky believing it was an embarrassment to all the other firms that had appeared in the programme.
    Yaxley-Lennon is that you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjii View Post
    Never seen a full-on dismemberment though.
    You've never seen batman scale and gut a mackerel then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shurlock View Post
    You've never seen batman scale and gut a mackerel then.
    Steven Seagal was a navy cook in some film or other and went on to rout the bad guys single-handed. So they must be a tough bunch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecuk268 View Post
    Steven Seagal was a navy cook in some film or other and went on to rout the bad guys single-handed. So they must be a tough bunch.
    I have a worker who was in the Catering corps, he killed loads apparently.
    To be fair they do go into combat zones and serve up grub. Ok it is a long way behind the frontline but they are there. I have been told they are issued knuckle dusters without the knuckle

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    I once got donkey punched

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecuk268 View Post
    Steven Seagal was a navy cook in some film or other and went on to rout the bad guys single-handed. So they must be a tough bunch.
    seeing Erika Eleniak jump topless out of a giant birthday cake makes me 'ard. ;-)

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