By rebeccacaissie - 21/11/2010 18:16 - United States
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If you can't stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen. Better yet, get back to the kitchen where you belong! These kinds of things happen when you put down the rolling pin. Tsk Tsk
Haha. Girl, you need to learn some moves. Whenever my boyfriend and I wrestle, I always get him to tap out either by Sleeper hold or arm bar. I love wrestling with my boyfriend, even though I know he sometimes goes easy on me cause I'm a girl. But the doesn't mean I still don't have fun, plus I love UFC and learning new moves(:
Wat the hell were u thinkin u shouldn't hav got him started he's a guy and as guys r we tend to keep goin when its a physical confrontation
You should never, EVER stay with a guy who abuses his girl. Get out of that relationship, for your own sake.
-_- I bet all the people who said it was abuse didn't understand what tapping out meant when they posted it... it's somewhat annoying how many people don't know what tapping out means considering how popular MMA is getting...and the name tapping out is kinda self explanatory
Too many assholes watch MMA now and think they're badasses. Wrestling with your girlfriend should be fun and playful, not a demonstration that you're superior to her. Congratulations, ass, you made a girl "tap out.". I'm sure all your other douchebags MMA fans will be so proud!
like the others below me have already stated, it's all in play. op has no concerns unless the boyfriend is attempting an arm or shoulder lock, a neck crank, or a spinal lock. or a submission that doesn't enable you to tap either verbally or physically... |the kid|
It sounds like he really crossed the line. Perhaps he didn't realize how rough he was being with you, but if you think there's a chance that he was doing that on purpose, you need to protect yourself and get out of the relationship.
Does he do wrestling or jujitsu or something and so thought you were actually wrestling properly as practise or something? Just a thought. However, tapping is a good way of letting someone know they've gone to far if they let go when you do. Especially if you're in a place where you can't be heard to tell them. However did you manage to ask if he'd let go and he still made you tap? Or did you expect him to know when to let go without any indication? If it was the former, you might need to reaffirm some boundaries with him.