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Douches Owned by Star Wars Geeks!

Even a 4 year old could punch that punk the same I mean come on hot topic freaks and emos there walking ragdolls

I didn’t get the “go back to hot topic” comment. Can someone explain?

Hot Topic is a store that sells the kind of clothes they were wearing.

Simple.

Not trying to “discriminate” per say, but they’re straight up clowns. How could anyone take them seriously?
The kid’s friends did not even move when he got floored. Goes to show they could’nt back up what they said and knew it.

Star Wars man had some maturity at least. Then again, if he happened to be dressed as a star wars character, he would’nt have had such an advantage, but still, anything is better than those punks.

[quote]brads1111 wrote:

(Here’s a pic of Fergee. If anyone complains about it’s randomness you should just resign from the site.)

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haha, right before i read this i was thinking “i dont knwo why he posted a pic of fergie, but I’m glad he did”

[quote]oboffill wrote:
That guy is lucky he didn’t get knifed or shot.

Punching a guy in the face for talking some smack? Are you kidding? You can tell Star Wars geek felt real cool after that one. [/quote]

So they should sit there and smile while a bunch of uber-cool punk guys are swearing at them and taunting them, while they have people of all ages and children waiting in line to see a damn movie.

I also don’t get this punk attitude, so in bulk sterotypically they say they are rebelling against every social norm, and everything that is considered status quo, they talk about “followers” and feel they are superior, yet THEY ALL DRESS ALIKE, LISTEN TO THE SAME MUSIC, AND REJECT OTHER FORMS OF MUSIC, ACT EXACTLY THE SAME, AND ARE EXCLUSIVE. How is that not following a trend? I have spent time around people like that and the annoyance level when hearing them speak and the way they act is so ridiculous they should watch SLC Punk, and get over their superiority complex.

I also cannot stand people who get publicly drunk and feel they can shout and say whatever they want to whoever they want.

By the way that got was in no danger of getting knifed, hell the punk guy’s friend just sat there and watch their buddy get knocked down just to continue to talk crap (especially women as they think they are immune to getting an ass whooping when deserved) oi oi oi, rebel!

[quote]brads1111 wrote:
Yeah really, punks? Is it really very punk to copy someone else’s “movement”? Those kids were chumps.
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Yeah, I refered to them as “douches” because they in no way resemble real punk rockers (they look more like the guys in the “douches with hot chicks” thread). I think punks are horses’ asses unto themselves, but at least they stick together and wouldn’t watch one of their own get floored without retaliation.

[quote]oboffill wrote:
That guy is lucky he didn’t get knifed or shot.

Punching a guy in the face for talking some smack? Are you kidding? You can tell Star Wars geek felt real cool after that one. [/quote]

Sit, obo, sit. Good dog. Woof!

[quote]Digital Chainsaw wrote:
oboffill wrote:
That guy is lucky he didn’t get knifed or shot.

Punching a guy in the face for talking some smack? Are you kidding? You can tell Star Wars geek felt real cool after that one.

Sit, obo, sit. Good dog. Woof![/quote]

haaa haaa.

[quote]slimjim wrote:
That was a pretty sweet shot, took it right out’ve those fuckers. Sad thing is that in this day and age people are so protected that they think it is fine to run their mouths like a bunch of fucking morons without repercusions…respect for one another is at an all time low.[/quote]

A little off-topic, but I’ve found that, second to punk-asses like this, the worst offenders are rich or wanna-be rich people. Having done security work for gated communities in years past, I know firsthand the sense of entitlement these asswipes have. I guess they think, after living in walled off neighborhoods and working in high security, glass-and-steel buildings (guarded by people like me with weapons), that their bank accounts make them bulletproof.

It’s the best thing to watch one of these yuppie assholes try slinging their pushy, rude, mouthy attitude on someone who doesn’t give a shit about getting sued and gets up in their grill. You see the sudden shock while his brain comprehends what is happening, then the yuppie suddenly gets real polite. Nope, you still bleed red, dickhead; have a little respect for your fellow man.

As for the Fergie pic:

Bravo, every thread would be better with a Fergie pic in it.

As for the Mele:

It had to happen, it was bound to happen, and it exposed these Emo-punkers for what they really are, smelly little wuss-bags. Who’s to blame for their behavior? Their Dads, for not raising them to be aware of the fact that if they talk shit, they better back it up. And if they can’t back it up, they better expect the beat-down.

Someone mentioned a lack of mutual respect these days, and I believe it’s true. Kids like the punkers haven’t been held accountable for their bad additudes. Johnny Rotten probably wouldn’t claim these little bastards as his own kind. Hell those kids probably never even HEARD of the Sex Pistols. Their repitiore probably begins with Green Day and ends with Good Charlotte.

And why do punkers always tailor their jeans to be skin tight? What is that about? Anybody know?

As for the Star Wars Nerds:

Standing in line for infinity for the opening of a SW movie might be ridiculous to some, true. However, I have to give those crazy ass nerds some credit for being so passionate about something that they’re willing to be on line for days to be the first to wittness the film.

Hell, I’m not nearly as passionate about anything as they are about Star Wars, so maybe I’m the one who’s missing out.

B.

[quote]BradTGIF wrote:
As for the Fergie pic:

Bravo, every thread would be better with a Fergie pic in it.

As for the Mele:

It had to happen, it was bound to happen, and it exposed these Emo-punkers for what they really are, smelly little wuss-bags. Who’s to blame for their behavior? Their Dads, for not raising them to be aware of the fact that if they talk shit, they better back it up. And if they can’t back it up, they better expect the beat-down.

And why do punkers always tailor their jeans to be skin tight? What is that about? Anybody know?

B.[/quote]

Many of my friends would be described as punks, so I will do my best to enlighten. From their appearance these guys were “street”, or “skate” punk. Otherwise known as stupid and annoying. Every punk I know is pretty cool in the sense of letting others do their thing without being dicks. Also they tend to be very violent and stand up for themselves.

Then again, the scenes vary wildly from city to city so who can say? The tight pants thing is just a style thing. Fashion is funnily enough one of the few common threads between all of the brands of punk.

-Fireplug

[quote]Digital Chainsaw wrote:
slimjim wrote:
That was a pretty sweet shot, took it right out’ve those fuckers. Sad thing is that in this day and age people are so protected that they think it is fine to run their mouths like a bunch of fucking morons without repercusions…respect for one another is at an all time low.

A little off-topic, but I’ve found that, second to punk-asses like this, the worst offenders are rich or wanna-be rich people. Having done security work for gated communities in years past, I know firsthand the sense of entitlement these asswipes have. I guess they think, after living in walled off neighborhoods and working in high security, glass-and-steel buildings (guarded by people like me with weapons), that their bank accounts make them bulletproof.

It’s the best thing to watch one of these yuppie assholes try slinging their pushy, rude, mouthy attitude on someone who doesn’t give a shit about getting sued and gets up in their grill. You see the sudden shock while his brain comprehends what is happening, then the yuppie suddenly gets real polite. Nope, you still bleed red, dickhead; have a little respect for your fellow man.[/quote]

Hahahaha, so funny, so true, and so damn sad!

I have noticed this big time, hell you could start a thread on this.

Sorry to bring up a old thread but PUNK and EMO should never be in the same sentence together. Except that one where im explaining it shouldnt.

I can’t watch the video it has been removed.

[quote]Welsh Warrior wrote:
I can’t watch the video it has been removed.[/quote]

That was funny as hell.

Then again, on THIS site, everyone would claim the skinny dude was “relatively stronger” than the StarWars geek and that he simply held back his amazing BJJ death throws of punky power due to religious self restraint. Otherwise, he would have gone all functional on his ass.

Size matters.

[quote]Professor X wrote:
That was funny as hell.

Then again, on THIS site, everyone would claim the skinny dude was “relatively stronger” than the StarWars geek and that he simply held back his amazing BJJ death throws of punky power due to religious self restraint. Otherwise, he would have gone all functional on his ass.

Size matters.[/quote]

It also helps to not be a bitch.

[quote]michael2507 wrote:
Welsh Warrior wrote:
I can’t watch the video it has been removed.

http://youtube.com/watch?v=NMpWPnCd0ro [/quote]

Thanks man. Fair play to the Star Wars fan.