By deven - 29/08/2009 22:58 - United States

Today, I saw a fight so I went over to try and break it up. Someone thought I wanted to join in, so he gave me an unexpected whap in the happy sacks, and I also got a bloody nose for my troubles. FML
I agree, your life sucks 16 734
You deserved it 44 789

Same thing different taste


s_p_e_b 0

oucch that really succks maan. try && stay out of fights nexxt timee.

infrared_fml 0

You sound like you deserved it.

its probably because you say words like whap and happy sacks

Dporter 0

OP, that's what you get for not MYOB!

epicfailburger 0

looks like it's an unhappy sack now

ezdosremember 0
beelzebub777 0

agreed lol. I don't know if "right," was the right choice of words for the situation. They didn't think you wanted to join, they just "whapped" your "happy sacks" for fun. I know I would have. This story made me laugh.

If you're a teacher, you have a bad choice of words, but it sounds like you're a student. The kind that sucks up to teachers and makes everyone do the right thing and cocky and all thar, so YDI.

I would have just stood there and watched. Why try to stop it ? Its just going to happen somewhere else if it gets stopped.

the_stereotype 0

i'm not trying to just shove a cheesy moral at you or anything, but there's this saying that goes something like "the one that is worse than a crime is to watch a crime happening and do nothing."

the_stereotype 0

but i agree...breaking up a fight wasn't the best way to go. you probably should have gotten a teacher or something (if it was at school) or just someone with authority.

There's a difference between sitting idly by while an old lady gets mugged and allowing two (or more) idiots knock each other silly.

how is watching a crime worse than doing it

Are you serious #90? How would you feel if you were getting the shit kicked (or stabbed) out of you and a huge group of people stood by and did nothing even though they were perfectly capable of helping you? It's called bystander syndrome, and it's the same as murder.

nope, that old saying is really just something they made up to get stupid people hurt because in those days they didnt have internet to keep themselves entertained. just joking, but seriously if someone is going to try to break up a fight they better make sure they are capable of beating the living crap out of the other person first.

moonlight_daze 8

"The world is a dangerous place to live; not because of the people who are evil, but because of the people who don't do anything about it." -Albert Einstein

And he deserves it for yelling "Right!" as he went to break up the fight. He is realllllly making himself seem like geek trying to look tough.

abcdefg52 0

I agree, how is watching a crime worse than doing it? It's still pretty bad, but it's not as worse as making the crime, and can't in anyway be compared to murder, like #104 does.

LOL! that sucks tho :( you should stay away from fights

Link5794 18

I think 6 was lol'ing at 4's comment, not saying he was 4th. Btw, why the **** would someone say "Right" immediately before going to break up a fight?

breakin' up fights: yer doin' it wrong.

wtf i swear i was 6 when i wrote it but just in cas wrote seventh

fmlfmlfml15 0

organisedchaos, i didn't even think that was possible

I guess you're a teacher, or of some authority? Because if not, then YDI. Not your duty, not your trouble. Shoulda just went and reported it if you cared so much.

Sun_Kissed18 25

Exactly! Best to just stay out of it or you'll be "That guy" forever

wtf i don't even understand this?? you 'marched' over to a fight?!?! you are strangeeee