Yeah, I bet his girlfriend in another school told him to do this!
@420coolguy69, she lives in Canada, they met over the summer
Do people seriously have no confidence that they have to steal stories in an attempt to be liked? How desperate do you have to be
@Tentastic, Have you heard this somewhere before? I'm pretty sure it's not stolen, just made up.
@Weird Porn Stash, I also know my nosebloods 10secs before, and I know an ultra religious friend of mine so it's possible. But I very much doubt he'd freak out like that
@Weird Porn Stash, same story but with "a friend" put instead
@Tentastic, 5 year old said exactly the same thing yesterday.
If he gets bloody noses a lot then he needs to stop looking at cute anime girls
@Sexy Homunculus, "Like really, what a pervert baka"
And then everyone clapped
@karibeson, the name of that Satan? Albert Einstein
And I slapped a Muslim kid with bacon lmao.
Oh wait, that’s unacceptable for some reason
Sounds like you have high blood pressure.
@aminalFacks, as a little kid I would get them all the time, like really bad, but this was also the early 90's when parents just shoved cotton balls in your nose. Yet now that I'm in my 30's, despite all the cocaine I sniffed in my late teens, I really only get them if I pick my nose too hard. (With a tissue, in the bathroom, because I'm not a gross asshole that picks their nose in public)
@Not him again, I got em alot too. It was from stress and high blood pressure
@aminalFacks, yeah well my parents weren't exactly the type to rush me to the ER over anything back then. Different era I suppose. Back then if a teacher or nun slapped us on the knuckles with a yard stick, the only question the parents would have would be "well why did you fvck up?"
@Not him again, neither were mine. High blood pressure runs in the family and my moms a nurse. I never got hit by any teachers though, that was fairly frowned upon in the mid 90s. But my parents on the other hand, had no problem whippin my ass with belts and wooden spoons. Good ol roman catholic household. But hey, I feel like I turned out ok, so I ain't complaining.
@aminalFacks, well I was already almost in high school by the mid 90's, so if I fvcked up, it was all on me. I also went to an all male catholic high school, and got my ass handed to me by a few different coordinators, and my math teacher, who was also my wrestling coach. Think my parents ever complained to the school? No. I got my ass kicked again when they wondered why they were wasting money on me if I was going to be a shjthead. And as much of a badass I felt like I was as a teenager, my dad was a black belt in Taekwondo, so he basically kicked my ass every time I tried to act tough.
@aminalFacks, and I hear all this about "violence isn't the answer" stuff now....which it isn't, but when its justified it most certainly is. And I'm talking about a one on one fighting scenario, not shooting up some place because you're mad. I say this because I grew up learning how to fight, and today on my way to work, some asshole made a left from the straight lane and laid on his horn and pulled up next to me, got out of his car, and came up to mine. I layed him out in the middle of the street and went on to work.
@Not him again, violence really shouldnt be a go-to as your initial response. I was raised to defend myself when I had to. If I could defuse a situation by talking things out, I would. Resorting directly to violence isnt always the best course of action in today's day and age. I dont know how things were for you in school, but these days if you're involved in a fight, you're going to the police station regardless of who started it. I learned this the hard way in high school. Both students receive almost equal punishments. This is simply how things work today. You have to evolve with the times make your decisions accordingly. If you act unhinged today, you'll end up in a cell before you know it. If you are 100% sure that you, or someone you are with, is at risk of bodily harm by another person, and there is no reasoning about it, then you can defend yourself. And even then you're looking at potential repercussions.
@Not him again, and I would also like to add that I recomend you disarm yourself of any knives or firearms before fighting random strangers. Even if you never pull any of them out, the law has a funny way of making them work against you in court
@aminalFacks, how old are you that you think pulling a gun on someone threatening your life deems it a bad thing? Or did you just live in a rich neighborhood all your life? It doesn't exactly work that way when you work in a shjtty neighborhood
@aminalFacks, I also never said violence was the answer....in fact I said to avoid it unless necessary. I don't know what you're getting on about
I remember once in third grade I had a very strict math teacher. Didnt like to be interrupted. I felt my nose starting to bleed and tried to use my knuckle to hold the blood in. Didnt work so blood started running down my hand. I tried to pinch my nose and cupped my hand over my mouth. Felt the blood running down my hand still. Girl next to me looked a freaked out. Yelled to the teacher I was dying. The teacher asked what was going on. Dummy me tried to move my hand enough to be able to speak and ended up letting all the blood slide down my neck and all over my shirt. She ended up rushing me to the nurse who cleaned me up and found a short in lost and found.
I use to get bloody noses a lot when I was younger. Could tell when it was about to happen sometimes. Wish I had thought to do this. Would’ve been funny to freak out a few people.
Pretty sure I saved this pic off of FunnyPics like 8 years ago
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