Perspective Is Everything: How I Taught The "Big Guy" A Lesson
I did not provoke the fight, so I feel no remorse for what I forged to do. We were arguing, and seeing that I was right and He was wrong, He decided to fight to cover for His stupidity. I don't know what He was thinking because I was a good 50 pounds lighter than Him and much quicker. He swung at me first, but being in the top of condition, I was able to block the punch neatly with my head. Whereupon, I immediately jumped to the ground - knocking him down on top of me. Then I deftly placed my ear in his mouth and ruthlessly poked His finger several times with my eye. Then, because His teeth hurt so much from the strength of my ear, He became irate and tried to kick me, but I cleverly blocked the onslaught with my ribs and face. I scrambled to my feet and ran to my car in hopes I would get away and save this man from my deadly hands. Before I could start the car, however, He pulled me from the still-open door. I proceeded to swing at Him, but only managed to hit myself several times in the head. To this I shouted, "What's this? Two against one?" It wasn't even fair anymore!! That was the final straw. I lost all control!! There was no mercy!! Taking Him in my death grip, I pounded him in the knee with stomach, and then swiftly hit Him two of three times hard in the fist with my teeth. Like a cat, I dove to the ground again. He had had it, I could tell. After that, He didn't even try to pick me up off the ground. He was too chicken. It was then I knew it was over. I'm sure He'll never forget the lesson I taught Him.
We all go through experiences in life. Some are good, some are not. We have them all the same but it's a lot more fun if you have a good attitude!!