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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 1 August 2012 20:59 / United Kingdom - Bedford
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  miniluda12  |  12

Sorry, OP, I'd say YDI

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  gianthelper  |  1

Do i sense assault chrages?

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  kyarush  |  10

The best part is that if he comes on your property with intent to do bodily harm you can kill him :D

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  doctorhook86  |  24

OP deserves a pass on this one; he was only saying what we all want to sometimes. Furthermore, the reaction of the dumb bitch's BF was disproportionate--that's the guy who really deserves our harsh Internet judgement

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  doctorhook86  |  24

OP deserves a pass on this one; he was only saying what we all want to sometimes. Furthermore, the reaction of the dumb bitch's BF was disproportionate--that's the guy who really deserves our harsh Internet judgement

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Hes obviously a pussy that hides behind a computer all day on Facebook.

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  sens3sfailing  |  24

You sound like a hypocrite who sites behind their iPod and reads and comments on fml all day. Just saying, no need for the name calling.

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  LolFMLnot  |  10

279 some people put too much information on facebook about themselves. You can find where they live easily. Maybe OP is one of those people or the boyfriend just asked one of his friends on facebook.

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  SpaceCadet87  |  0

I agree he could have just added her at al and fixed the problem, but to say he deserves to get beaten up because she didn't like his comment? No. Wait, are you that spoiled bitch? Lol.

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  ysrhael  |  17

#256 yes, you can in the UK. Any body harm that you fight back would be considered self-defence (unless you act with brutality [chop his head off or hit a shit ton of times]), if the BF trespassed the property and hitted OP, he could have killed him and alleged it was self-defence. Even on the street, if someone hit your hard, and you hit his throat "by accident", you can allege it was self-defence.

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  LMxDelta38  |  14

Ok for the record you can be charged for more then one thing. Think of battery as a completed assault. Therefore someone can be charged with battery AND assault.

By  ahhhlogin  |  1

Your a guy right ?

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  kofeinisti  |  6

FML's mobile site doesn't have the icons. I can't even see OP's user name.

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  kofeinisti  |  6

I'm viewing the m.fmylife.com site, so the "version" should not be the issue. Maybe it's the browser I'm using. Anyway, my point was - it's possible not to see the gender of the OP.

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  onlychildFTW  |  33

Why does gender even matter? Wether boy or girl assault is still assault. OP, why add human turds to your friends then? I don't, I find they stink up my wall with useless crap.

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  Dr0reos  |  8

Still worth it OP. You're doing gods work*salutes*

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  ImaginaryFoe  |  0

Granted some people need to be put in their places but OP didn't accomplish that. If the girl is a spoilt brat, that certainly won't change because of one rude fb comment. OP, you didn't deserve to be assaulted and I do hope you pressed charges. Maybe next time keep your unsolicited opinions to yourself (or in the comments of FML). And everyone, stop being "friends" with people you don't like! Why do people invite the worst part of socialising into their social networks?

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  klovely22  |  13

Doesn't make it ok. If he was annoyed, he should have blocked her. Simple as that.

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  CallMeMcFeelii  |  13

I'm sort of in the middle on this one. First off you shouldn't instigate something like that. Even still if you decide to do what the OP did you really oughta think of what could happen. Though it was most likely out of impulse.

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  AClassActx3  |  7

Some people NEED the truth. All though I'm against voicing opinions without asked nowadays, I feel that the actions were not equal. Assault for his opinion? Why didnt she just delete the comment and him? Both sides are somewhat at fault but she took the cake!

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  AlexaWuzHere  |  31

Come on people, let's be honest here. We all know there's that one person on Facebook you REALLY want to tell off. The difference is how you handle it. There's been cases where I delete people, and cases where I said something about it.

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  jweezy89  |  4

You should never try to "put someone in their place" for what they write on their wall. Yeah those people are annoying but you also look like a douche who can't mind your own business. This problem would have easily been solved with the proper application of the unfriend or unsubscribe buttons.

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  Jaxx66  |  21

I don't agree with OP 'minding his own business'.. It's Facebook, if you post it then it becomes everyone's business. BUUUT, I do think he should have handled it better... Delete, ignore...

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  misspulkadot24  |  17

I have hit the delete button on many a snob. But some of them you are sick of hearing how hard their life is because their salon lady was busy that week or their personal maid stole a Jolly Rancher. Or your sick of seeing all of their "YOLO" statuses and a profile picture adorning a duck face. You want to tell them off!

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  jweezy89  |  4

Has anyone considered how fucked op will be when the bf returns with a gun? This kid should take his ass kicking and move on. He doesn't sound like the type who could handle escalation.

By  klinkingg  |  0

You shoud've kept your mouth shut, but i woud've done the same if i was in your position. 50% FYL 50% YDI

By  omniaki78  |  4

That's why you don't answer the door and continue only staying on the Internet. Or filter your Facebook friends a little more wisely. Or silently laugh at them and they will never know.

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That's a pipe, bro. I was gonna build a hut, but I got high I was gonna store some nuts, but then I got high I'm gonna starve to death next winter, and I know why, Because, cause I got high, because I got high, cause I got high.

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