My First STREET Fight

On Thursday nights, my friends and I used to go to this bar called Philthy Mcnasty’s (weird name I know).

The only reason we used to go to that bar is because their nachos were pretty good for a decent price.

And here’s a pic of the staff:

Anyway, let’s not get off track, this is also where I got into my first (and only) street fight.

Here’s what happened:

It was around the year 2000 or so and myself and about 4 of my buddies went out.

My friend Pete is this hot-headed Italian who’s got a touch of the Napoleon complex (especially when he gets drunk).

So we were hanging out at some tables and talking.

Then, this one guy walks by, a little too close to Pete, and he says something to him.

Next thing you know, they’re on the ground going at it.

It’s 1-on-1 and I see the bouncers on their way so I stay out of it because nothing is really happening.

Then, I guess it’s the buddy of the guy who’s fighting Pete decides it’s a good idea to throw a full cup of beer in my face.

Man was I p’od!

THAT WAS A FULL CUP OF BEER WASTED!@#!  🙂

Well I just snapped and without thinking dropped him with 2 right hands in a row (I had no boxing skills but I was in good shape so I guess it hurt).

I knew I had to leave so I grabbed my coat and left the bar.

As I was walking to my friend’s car to go home, I saw the guy I’d dropped inside and at the same time he saw me.

So he starts walking towards me.

He’s fairly far away so it gives me time to think.

I just stood there and waited for him.

We were about 20 feet away and he yells, "Let’s go."

Uhm, thanks for stating the obvious buddy.

I got into something that resembled a fighting stance, then once he got within range, I threw a straight kick with my rear leg and connected with his jaw.

Should’ve learned his lesson – didn’t – and down he went.

For the second time.

I’ve got to admit, it felt good.

I’m not proud of it (I’m also not ashamed of it).

But in retrospect, it was stupid and I should’ve done my best to avoid the situation.

Who knows? 

He could’ve had a knife, a gun, or he could’ve learned some dangerous techniques (like those found in this book by my friend Jeff).

Either way, the next time something happens, I’m going to do my best to deflate the situation or run away.

I don’t care how I look, I’ve got nothing to prove.

But there are cases where you’re caught in a situation you can’t get out of.

My buddy Pete (again) was in a situation like that, where he could’ve been killed.

Seriously.

I’m going to share this story with you tomorrow, so come back to the blog and you can read all about it.

But for now, I want to hear your street fight story. If you’ve got multiple, leave your best one.

Share it in the Comments section below:

UPDATE: Part II is now live. Click here.

 

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Clayton
Clayton
6 years ago

my first street fight (outside of school or family) was when i was 11. It was after school and these kids from the school down the road where standing on the train tracks about 100 metres from my school, one of my mates told me that they were here to staunch us out, he also said he knew them and that they weren’t that tough so i thought “we’d” go and suss them out. They didnt look that big so i started yelling at them, stepping them out and stuff but as we got closer i automatically regretted it. I wondered what the hell they were being fed cause they were big. one of the kids walked up to me and i guess i just went blank, apparently he was telling me to hit him but i coulndt hear a thing. i was scared, hoping one of my friends could… Read more »

Josemm
Josemm
8 years ago

not my first but my last one like a couple of years ago was really quick thanks to my thai training lol it all starts with one of those mfkers that no matter what you do they want to kick you and if you go like chill man he thinks he can beat you just because you dont want to fight so to make the story short we where in a bar and he wanted me to pay his bill can you imagine hahaha then i just said no and he pushed a friend of mine and he went to the floor so i just said to myself ok lets get out of the bar i dont want trouble but if he comes to me again i just gonna land a fucking elbow to his chin and thats what happened i went out the bar and he followed me thinking… Read more »

Justin
Justin
9 years ago

My last real fight was about 6 years ago I was 15. I was walking home from the store with some of my friends and a kid started yelling at me (I didn’t know who he was). i didn’t know how to fight nor do i like to hurt people. He threw a punch at me and everything was in super slow motion and I watched a few fists come within an inch of my face i moved my head just enough to not get hit(it was like a movie i still don’t really believe it). I get the kid in a head lock then everything speeds bake up. His mom comes out of the house and tells him to beat me up. I tripped over a parking block and hit my head on the ground. He started hitting me then slow-mo and i pretty much just bench pressed him… Read more »

Bobby
9 years ago

David…excuse me, but here we talking about street fight..maybe about something you are right, but about many things you are not. If talk about street fight..it not mean only fight with drunk guy who bother you…sometimes you should save your life…I don’t know for you, but in his head (the man, who make you problem or more) not have free space for respect. And in the moment when you must save your life you respect the guy who want wear the peoples who love you in black dress..(you know what I mean) …if you feel any respect to him then..I hope you never to not be in that situation because the end will be sad. You talk that in MMA ”schools” not learn respect ..righ in my club, our trainers want who not respect his opponent , want he make 150 push ups and nobody can’t back home before do… Read more »

David
David
9 years ago

I’ve literally had to many to count in my life time. I guess I’ve got a “yea, come Fk with me face” or something. Growing up poor in a bad neighborhood definitely didn’t help. But thank God for the Marine Corps and all of my martial arts training because it still happens every now and then, only I’m usually the one walking away at the end. That’s the one thing I don’t dig about most if not all MMA “schools”, they don’t teach respect or humility like the old traditional dojo’s. And their are way to many young hot heads out there who think they have something to prove or think their unstoppable just because they “study” MMA.

Bobby
9 years ago

Mean they can be sure
😉

Bobby
9 years ago

Comment by Eric Sounds like the old Bas Rutten self-defense videos happening in real life lol! But seriously I don’t think I’d go to bars there if every night you were at risk of dealing with ‘maniaks’ and getting stomped out. Thanks for the tips they make complete sense. And your English is very respectable and your story makes complete sense, thanks for sharing.” You are right, many things about street fight I learned from Bas Rutten’s self deffensE video, but also same things I learn also from my expirience (nevermind that i’m 18 years old, my street fights are 30+), because I tested all that see in the video. So all peoples, kids, teenagers and other, if read my post, they can’t be sure that the things that I shared…I shared them because I tested them and know it really works, not only because I saw in video and… Read more »

Youss
Youss
9 years ago

Oh the famous front kick. I have seen it in action myself. It all started when this Asian guy named “Eric” invited a few of us to visit him at his university (Waterloo). We were a mixed group of friends but once out In his university night scene we quickly realized that all the groups stuck together. Good luck trying to talk to any girl. Frustration built up after we ran into some dickhead bouncers. On our way walking home we called a Cab. Out of nowhere a group of 3 dudes tries to steal the cab. When we came to stop them the cab drove away. We faced off. At this point we were so frustrated and now I’m looking up at this huge goon who wanted to fight. So I lost it. I started yelling at everyone about how much I hated the place. Inside I was thinking… Read more »

Eric
9 years ago
Reply to  Youss

Bahahah I forgot about that one… Yeah kicking that recycling bin was hilarious and definitely shook that guy up!

FYI – Youss is one of my best friends and he can be one of the scariest guys you’ve ever met if he gets upset or someone wakes him up before he’s ready lol!

cork_boi
cork_boi
9 years ago

Yo I’d be similar to Eric in the sense I was 1 of 4 non-white kids in a school of 800. I had my share of playground “scuffles” and earned a bit of a reputation. However i had my first real street fight when i was about 19: 2 dudes jumped me outside a pub. It was far more vicious and scary than anything i had experienced before: they were literally trying to kill me. Luckily i was eventually able to fight them off. After that i went through a phase for about 4 years, where i would often encounter unsolicitated agression from scumbags. Most times i was able to diffuse the situation but about 3-4 times these resulted in actual fights: with mixed results for myself. Every one who studies martial arts/MMA does so because they want to learn how to defend themselves. Well if I may plug someone… Read more »

Eric
9 years ago
Reply to  cork_boi

Will check the book out – thanks for the recommendation.

Bobby
9 years ago

Hi Eric…so before share my story..will tell ”sorry” for my english, because it is not perfect. So… i’m from Bulgaria , little country with big guys. Here almost everyone is maniak if talk about fight, doesn’t matter he is fighter, fitness maniak or other. Here to have street fight is tooooo easy then in the every other country. Here not need to have any reason to have stret figh…just fight. It is only enough in bulgarian disco to just look someone in eyes for 1-2 seconds, and in the moment you hear ”wait you outside”..and you can think he will be alone or not. My story look right that… One friday night I was in disco…drink my little wiskey and in one moment see one guy (around 120kg and biger than 190 cm) and say to him ”hi, what’s up?”..because look same my friend but in same moment I understand… Read more »

Eric
9 years ago
Reply to  Bobby

Sounds like the old Bas Rutten self-defense videos happening in real life lol!

But seriously I don’t think I’d go to bars there if every night you were at risk of dealing with ‘maniaks’ and getting stomped out.

Thanks for the tips they make complete sense.

And your English is very respectable and your story makes complete sense, thanks for sharing.

Borge Go
Borge Go
9 years ago

I dont street fight; havent had to really fight since way back when I was in the Army. But I saw a need to defend myself once at an Irish pub in the DC area. I was meeting some friends for happy hour and there was a band playing. I went belly up to the bar to wait for my friends and I ordered a beer and took a seat at the stool. The lead singer came up to me and said “You’re lucky I’m a nice guy because you’re in my seat.” I’m thinking ok, whatever, blew him off and sipped on my beer. He came a second time and said the same thing. All this is happening between songs and by now I’m starting to worry so I move to the next stool. The third time he said the same thing, put his hand on my throat, and… Read more »

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Chas
Chas
9 years ago

I was young about 15 with a friend in a middle class neighbourhood we got bailed up by two guys for nothing ,threatening us ,my friend wasnt much help asking for passing people to call the police,I eventually just went off grabbed one guy by the face and smashed it into the pavement, big adrenaline rush and he was screwed ,other guy backed off we walked back home my friend was still scared to walk home a kilometre by himself so i gave him a Bowie knife for protection (which he never returned lol).

lam
lam
9 years ago

a fine mix of the wise,the true and the ones that watch too much tv.Violence is fast,brutal and primal.If you feel the need to boast about it you’re unable to understand the matter and probably a lot more besides

Elizabeth
Elizabeth
9 years ago

I haven’t been in a straight up fight, but as a women of 22 I have been mugged.
I have the basics down in boxing and taijitsu so when I was grabbed from behind by a larger individual who pinned my arms down I reached down and pulled his legs through mine and out from under him. Then I dropped hard on his diaphragm and took an elbow backwards to his head. That pretty much ended the encounter. I made sure I hadn’t done serious damage and then left.

Eric
9 years ago
Reply to  Elizabeth

Nice move!

Tim
Tim
9 years ago

Here is an “amazing” lesson I learned. All of my street fights involved alcohol, crowds and late nights. “Amazingly” I have not had a street fight in over 10 years since I stopped going to crowded places, too late at night, that sell alcohol. How do you not get in a street fight 99% of the time? Don’t put yourself in situations that are naturally ripe for fights. Maybe I should write a book……

Eric
9 years ago
Reply to  Tim

Amazing!

David Maswary
9 years ago
Reply to  Tim

That was gold!!!!!

dragonmamma/naomi
dragonmamma/naomi
9 years ago

Well, I’m a chick…women don’t get in very many street fights (not that it doesn’t happen!) but we DO get assaulted more often. I was once working after-hours at a dept. store, and a co-worker followed me into the stock room, pushed me up against the wall and started sucking on my neck. Quick, hard knee to his crotch and a shove into the next shelving unit, and that was all it took. He didn’t bother me any more after that. This was more than 30 years ago when I was a teen; it never occurred to me to file charges and there was no such thing as “sexual harassment” counseling.

Eric
9 years ago

Even though you’re probably the most active comment-placer on this blog I never expected you to drop one on this post but damn – another surprise and GOOD ONE! Interesting point about where society has gone to now as well – oh the days when a swift knee to the crotch settled these matters – but then again the psychologists and lawyers would all be broke.

Ken
Ken
9 years ago

The fight I remember the most is because I can’t remember it at all. When I was a kid I was being mercilessly taunted by a group of kids (for no particular reason, just because) and one day I totally lost it and went after the nearest guy. I remember becoming furious and I remember the guy crying and his friends looking nervous, and a couple of passing middle-aged ladies telling me I had done just the right thing, but I absolutely cannot remember throwing the punches in between. It’s like I blacked out. It has always seemed strange to me that the actual fight never appeared in my consciousness. Anyway the taunting stopped. I wholeheartedly agree that street fights should be avoided if at all possible, but sometimes it is not possible. There is a small fraction of the population that is sociopathic and criminal violence can come from… Read more »

steve
steve
9 years ago

i actually take pride in the fact i wont be goaded into a fight but it was a hard lesson to learn and one that took time to realise was the right decision!! seeing red changed the outcome of many a night out .having a drink in a pub to standing outside standing toe to toe with nearly the whole pub what can you do? in retrospect i like so many others who blogged here am lucky to be alive i have been bullied at school and had to fight to survive then you have the peer pressure of the football crowds, football was a big part of my life and through the 80’s /90’s it was the violence that kept us all going..I am not proud of myself its not clever i am just glad i am alive and that i killed no-one i just love to keep it… Read more »

David Maswary
9 years ago
Reply to  steve

Did you see someone get gravely injured? I’ve seen a lot of that and it really drives home the consequences of the difference between ring and street when someone cracks their head or worse, gets shot.

Mike
Mike
9 years ago

I bounced at night clubs to help pay for school back in the 80’s. I almost never went out and never in the same town bounced in. But I went out with a few guys to celibrate my 23 birthday. Details are a bit hazy! But what I know for certain is I hit on a married woman in a south chicago bar. Her husban took offence and the fight insewed. He was a Jolilet prison correctional officer. We both ended up injured. The next morning I was washing up and one of his front teeth feel out of a cut on a knuckle of my right hand! I found out from some one who new him that he took a lot of time off to heel because both his jaw and an elbow were broke in the fight. I have to say he was a stand up guy. When… Read more »

Jose
Jose
9 years ago

When asked if he got pushed around a lot Frank had this to say: “I carried a schoolbag, and you just didn’t do that. And I got pushed around and pushed around, and it was eating away inside me— because I wasn’t a fighter. I was an Artist! And this went on till I was about fifteen, when I decided I’d been pushed around once too often. I vowed, “I’m never gonna let this happen again.”I just couldn’t live with it anymore. So I saw this snot-nosed tough guy on the street one day, and I provoked him— I threw a rock at him. And he came swaggering over, and he said, “Did you throw that?” And I said, “Yeah, what are you gonna do about it?” He wasn’t a big guy, but ugly, snarly and mean. He leapt at me, and before you could snap your fingers I had… Read more »

Jose
Jose
9 years ago
Reply to  Jose

Note that frank is not actually proud of his past. It defines him, but in a deplorable sort of way (as with his closing comment. I don’t want anyone to read this and think that Frank was glorifying his teen years as a brute.

When he told this story it was in fact with a lot of humility. His little narrative brings to light why some people, other than professional fighters, are drawn to learn martial arts and the prospect of developing a superior physique.

Not everyone on this site is a professional fighter, or seeking to be one, some just have lost pride and confidence to bullying.

Eric
9 years ago
Reply to  Jose

Interesting story – thanks for sharing.

Will
Will
9 years ago

I had a few skirmishes. Can’t really say it was an all out fight. I have trained in hapkido and boxing since I was in elementary school. The most memorable one (because it scared the s#!t out of me) was one of the jocks at my highschool (almost 10 years ago now), got upset because I sent flowers to his ex girlfriend. He just came out swinging. He landed the first one and I dodged and covered a lot. He tried to takle me, and I wizzed him to the side, and caught him in a rear naked choke. His buddies came and started to kick me while I was down. Since I pulled him so my back was on the ground, he caught the worst of it, but I still got kicked a lot. It felt like forever til security showed up to break us up. It sucked, he… Read more »

David Maswary
9 years ago

Well, it’s a little different for me because I have been a martial artist my entire life. I am currently in Rio de Janiero, Brazil preparing for my first professional MMA fight and very close to my Jiu Jitsu Black Belt.It’s a little late here, 4 am and I can’t sleep so I’ll finish the story tomorrow when I can tell the funniest parts. Incidentally I will have gone entirely from white belt to black belt here in Rio and I am hoping to have 8 professional MMA fights before my next birthday. In other words I came to Brazil with every itentionof becoming a succesful MMA fighter In my second week here I was on the beach at 2 Am in a neighborhood shouldn’t have been in. My first (of many to come) would be mugger walked up to me and told me he had a gun. Not knowing… Read more »

Eric
9 years ago
Reply to  David Maswary

Great story Dave! Might have to bust that ‘fight whore’ line out if the situation arises – good one.

David Maswary
9 years ago
Reply to  Eric

It’s not just for situation’s, it’s gonna go on my business card 🙂

It’s true though. People ask me what I do for a living. I tell them the truth. I want to hit people for money and I am extremely well-qualified to make good money at it. Besides, if you’re good at something, you should be a professional. “fight whore – prices….. televised fight XXXXXXX mid-level show……. and so on. I think I’m a bit of a narcissist. If given a microphone or tv camera, I have and always will, cause problems. Sadly, they laugh at me, not with me all too often.

Benji
Benji
9 years ago
Reply to  David Maswary

So, what do you actually do for a living?

Benji
Benji
9 years ago

P.S. I’m all growed up now. I don’t fight at all anymore unless it’s for sport. I train constantly, but I use the principles I learn in order to better myself and the lives of the people around me. I used to be full of hate, sorrow and destructive energy. Now I’m full of love, compassion, and creativity. I love people, and when I feel rage building up inside of me, I react to that emotion in a way other than physical dominance. There’s always a better way. When someone needs to be taught a lesson, it’s my responsibility to educate them. I do that by setting an example and doing my best to show them the awesomeness that is inherent in doing what is best for everybody. Even them, sometimes problems persist because our opinions of what is right are different. But by the time we get to that… Read more »

Benji
Benji
9 years ago

I’ve got at least a hundred. It’s hard to decide between the 2-hour beach fight (On the rocks, sand, and in the water) that ended with the other guy having a brain hemorrhage and puking up blood, the sister’s ex boyfriend who made the mistake of hitting her and then breaking two bottles over my face and ending up in the hospital with brain matter hanging out of his open skull and stolen border patrol pepper spray in his eyes, or the pimps and hoes party where me and my two best buddies defended ourselves against approximately 30 men, came out on top, and went back to get our hats and pissed all over their furniture.

Eric
9 years ago
Reply to  Benji

This story should have come with a WARNING: GRAPHIC SCENES OF VIOLENCE or something… I kinda feel like I should edit it out or something but whatever moral of the story is DON’T FIGHT IN THE STREET because you’ll NEVER KNOW WHO YOU’LL MEET!

How’s that for a public service announcement rap to communicate with the young peeps?

David Maswary
9 years ago
Reply to  Eric

Benji actually sounds as if he has a strong sense of honor and fights for what he believes in. That’s admirable. I’m similiar but over time I’ve learned to try and use Jiu Jitsu and Judo first if it is in any way possible – as you can control someone without spilling brain matter, but when push comes to shove and you have to throw down, it’s time to throw down. As long as you choose your battles and exhaust all the other options you’re good. I think Benji had ample reason to smash a guy who beat up his sister. I’d have a hard time controlling myself in the same situation.

Benji
Benji
9 years ago
Reply to  David Maswary

Yes, David, that is the case. I have been in a lot of trouble in my life for defending other people. When somebody tries to fight me, I’m the last to take offense. But, when somebody I love, or somebody who has a disadvantage is being threatened, I have always had a difficult time staying out of the conflict. Like I said in my follow up, I almost never fight anymore unless it’s in sport or extremely necessary. When I do feel that physical force is necessary, I usually use joint locks from Tai Chi, Hung Gar, or Balintawak. Any school of martial art has techniques that can be used as strikes, blocks, or joint locks. Every technique in the Hung Gar system is that way. I teach martial art in my town, and the people I teach almost always attain a necessary level of humility within a couple of… Read more »

Scrap
Scrap
9 years ago

Ya I was in a street fight back when I was younger. There was this bully, Deebo, that was his name. Well one day I had had enough so I stood up to him. And I had a gun but I didn’t want to use it, back then we fought with our hands, and I had this friend named smokey, so I grabbed myself a brick and.. oh wait, that was that movie friday. No seriously though there was this one fight in highschool my senior year. We were chilling outside a friends house and we see these guys pull up and park down the street. We ignored them and next thing we know there are 10 guys charging towards us. It was me, 4 buddies of mine and 3 girls. Most of us scattered until we were in a position where we had to fight. Some of us got… Read more »

David Maswary
9 years ago
Reply to  Scrap

When I heard Deebo alight went off in my head….well-played sir 🙂

Eric
9 years ago
Reply to  Scrap

Hahahah Friday was a classic!

Andy
Andy
9 years ago

Listen up peoples, sometimes you live in an area where you simply have no choice whatsoever to be ingaged in or from time to time, not be able to avoid a streetfight and adapt to your surrounding or hide in your home for the rest of your early years. This is my case, living on an indian reservation, being a “halfbreed” growing up, was just the tip of the iceberg. ive been in probably 60+ streetfights in my life. No i absolutely do not condone it, some of my friends “never made it” or are in jail or worse. Myself, i am lucky to have survived all this and live a normal healthy lifestyle with two kids who i teach dicipline through martial arts. im giving my son the breaks i never got and hes the most well behaved 4 year old out there. I train MMA on the side… Read more »

Eric
9 years ago
Reply to  Andy

Great to hear that you made it Andy and you can now use your experience to help your kids live a better life…

Let me tell you I know a thing or two about not ‘fitting in’ – growing up as a kid in elementary school there were 2 other Asian kids – my two older brothers. Once they left for high school I was all alone. I would never consider those ‘street fights’ but I got into a few scuffles here and there.

98% of the kids were cool but there were always a couple of real pricks…

amauryrizo
amauryrizo
9 years ago

Hi Eric Wong!!!! im Amaury Rizo,born in Cuba,Cardenas. & now living i Zagreb Croatia.i love your articles,so my friends also.plus i F….. love MMA. I just gonna say somthing to you:if you wanna make money about real tales from fights,to dangerous situations in live & a truly dangerous way of live that i had live before i start doing NLP,and found out about TONY ROBBINS. i think you will realy can help alot young people who dosent have the parent who can get them a pice of advice. belifme this will be a real deal for everybody-& here to write about this its a little bit hard for me.so i propouse that you try to see how we can make a BOOK out of it-and this Book will be somthing about my live & how finaly i meet you throu sport-what its about MMA. Eric thing about it my friend,&… Read more »

Anthony
Anthony
9 years ago

Hi Eric, Your emails and blogs have been very good. After many years of relative inactivity after an accident it has been inspirational to receive your info. It has helped me to start training again. I just wanted to comment though about this article on street fighting. Even though you stated that you don’t condone it, there are loads of younger, impressionable, egocentric, testesterone overdosed rednecks that will just get off on reading about and writing of their stories. Is this really a responsible thing to be encouraging?? Working with and training fighters should have already made you aware of this. Or is this your intention? Could you please bring attention to the respect for your fighting oponent, the mental and spiritual aspects of training and dedication to power, strength and ultimate personal control. There is nothing more exciting than to be fighting with a highly skilled and controlled opponent.… Read more »

Wil
Wil
9 years ago
Reply to  Anthony

I agree with you anthony , for me the reason anyone trains a martial art or combat sport is to become better one never wants to look for a fight, but sometimes it just happens.

Eric
9 years ago
Reply to  Anthony

I hear what you’re saying Anthony but I just wanted to share my experience and hear those of others and as you can read about I didn’t sensationalize it at all and many of these stories make me want to engage in a street fight even less than I already did, so hopefully that’s what guys can take away from it.

Bottom line is things happen in real life and just pulling the wool over your eyes and talking about the birds and the bees all day isn’t always the best approach.

Wil
Wil
9 years ago

I have had a couple of streetfights ,mostly reactions to people trying to hurt me or someone with me the most memorable was when I was a 20 and a red belt in taekwondo at the time it happened, I was opening the gate of my house for my dad to park the car in the garage, our neighbour came up to my dad and was very drunk, I anticipated a fight because they always liked looking for trouble when suddenly my neighbours brother came in his car and blocked the car, next thing I know I am getting punched blind,my glasses knocked down and me trying to grab the guy as I block punches with my forehead (still blind) When I grab the guy we wrestled for a bit i let go of him and gave him a left roundhouse kick to his liver and the dude was like… Read more »

Diego
Diego
9 years ago
Reply to  Wil

this maybe late but wanted to share my scarest street fight story… this happen about 7 years ago or so…. I went to a house party for my friends birthday… She was turning 21 and didnt want to wrry about getting a DUI/DWI(still dont know the difference).. anyway she live in a decent sized on the secord floor of her building… to get to the sceond floor there was a small stairwell you had to climb up maybe 3-4 feet wide. Once you get to the floor the hall way was only slightly wider maybe 4-5 feet wide…Anyway we all drinking having a good time and eventho its still early her apartment as well as the hallway is starting to get crowded. Then some people tried to crash the party and sensing the drama about to erupted she didnt let the kids in…. thats when shit hit fan.. at this… Read more »