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#2
yes.
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#3
Don't have one at the moment, but sometimes I guess. If she got herself in a mess with other girls I'm not going to start punching girls. If a guy is harassing her then obviously, yes.

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#7
I'd be annoyed if someone was harrasing me and my boyfriend was there and he didn't step in. If he wasn't there I don't think I would care as much if he does or dosn't confront the dude.
#8
Very much so, You dont need to get yourself arrested or anything but stand up for her and keep her safe, your not a man if you don't.
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#9
No, she can make her own independent decisions and deal with the consequences. If it's totally unprovoked of course I would protect her, otherwise I'm not Stalin.
#10
yeah i agree with vad hamster, but other wise if she needs me im there. but yeah its a duty.
#11
Yes, even if she didn't want me to, I'd kinda feel like I should..


and when I say she I mean if my hand is getting bullied.
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#13
If it wasn't her fault, then yeah. If it was, then let her deal with her own problems.
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#14
given i'm a human, i say yes.
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#18
err yes

even if it is her fault you still should
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#19
I would, completely. I did, but.. you know, girls, ****ing bitch complained when I helped her with anything.

"Stop being over-protective"

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"Why aren't you protecting me?"

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#20
I would, I'm the kind of guy who agrees with her when she's wrong.
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#21
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Ofcource. Some of these replies are just proof that chivalry is about dead.


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#22
No, but that's only because I don't have a girlfiend.
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#23
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Depends, if she got into it herself then I really don't see it as my problem.

If she were to blame for the situation I'd still have to get her out of it, not by messing with the other person in any way, I'd try to calm her down and pull her away from the other person. And if that didn't work I'd punch her in the back of the head so as to knock her out and then I'd leave her there, I'd let that be my way of breaking up, cause she's crazy. But to the TS, if you're not willing to protect your girlfriend then why would you be dating her in the first place?
#24
Yes. But she has different ideas about it. Which ended up with us having an argument about whether I should go beat the asses of the ****tards who were throwing rocks at her at warped tour.
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#25
Yeah, but she carries pepper spray so I don't have to really.
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#26
uh yeah...thats what im here for. Its what you gota do as the man. : Protect, Provide, and depending on the situation, Serve.
#28
Yes, but I'd let her wade in the **** she spawned if she's at fault.

Otherwise, "protection" is a mutual service. Like 69ing.
I expect her to protect me from fearsome volleys of bitching from passing bitches, as she expects me to protect her from the usual annoyances that women often face: rapes, muggings, pregnancy, bankruptcy etc.
#29
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Ofcource. Some of these replies are just proof that chivalry is about dead.


Thats because women killed it.


I would protect my girlfriend, but not because I feel its my duty- its because I love and care for her.
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#30
depends on the girl.
because one of my ex-girlfriend was really tough and assertive and could take care of herself...and honestly take care of anyone who dared to cross me or her
#31
the no-voters are douches.
(if it's a real girlfriend, not a bitch.)
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#32
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I would protect my girlfriend, but not because I feel its my duty- its because I love and care for her.
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#34
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Don't have one at the moment, but sometimes I guess. If she got herself in a mess with other girls I'm not going to start punching girls. If a guy is harassing her then obviously, yes.

Watch.


"Otis Lee Crenshaw"?

Thats Rich Hall! not this Otis Lee Crenshaw guy!

Or am i missing something?
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#35
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"Otis Lee Crenshaw"?

Thats Rich Hall! not this Otis Lee Crenshaw guy!

Or am i missing something?

Yeah that's him.
Rich Hall. He does a lot of different characters. He had a HBO special as Otis Lee Crenshaw also.

For knowing who he was too.
#36
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"Otis Lee Crenshaw"?

Thats Rich Hall! not this Otis Lee Crenshaw guy!

Or am i missing something?


You're missing something. Otis Lee Crenshaw is Rich Hall's comedic country music persona.
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#37
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Pardon me for wanting a girlfriend, and not a child.


What does this have to do with children?


It's illegal for you to date children.
#38
I would, if there was some a-hole giving her crap or hitting on her you better believe hes getting his ass kicked by me.
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#39
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Yeah that's him.
Rich Hall. He does a lot of different characters. He had a HBO special as Otis Lee Crenshaw also.

For knowing who he was too.


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You're missing something. Otis Lee Crenshaw is Rich Hall's comedic country music persona.


ahhh, right okay then, i geddit now
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#40
Yes, I would assume its natural instinct for a male.
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