Is it wrong that I get an urge to slash the tires of people who nearly hit me with a car?


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Most Helpful Girl

  • Lmao I know that feeling soooo well. 👍

    I've had thoughts like that many times. ( slashing tyres and scratching their car 🙈)

    Although I've never acted on them... I would though... if there was no possibility of getting arrested for it 🙈

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Most Helpful Guy

  • No my tire slashing days are behind me.

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What Girls Said 11

  • welcome to the club?

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  • Little bit. Yeah.

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  • sounds normal to me

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  • Only if you act on it.

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  • No. However, getting the urge to blow up their car would be wrong :)

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  • Nope, it's only wrong if you actually do it.

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  • Thats normal.

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  • Nope so do i

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  • No, but it would be wrong if you were to act upon that urge.

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  • Lmao only if I'm the one who almost hit your car... please don't slash my tires.

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  • Lmao no I probably would wanna too.

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What Guys Said 7

  • Bigger question is can you run fast enough to catch the car?

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  • No, but getting caught while doing so is

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  • legally speaking maybe, but I expect it is a very normal reaction

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  • Urges are fine.

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  • No it's not wrong but you shouldn't do it

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  • Yes, it is wrong.
    If you have a problem with someone, take it up with them.
    Slashing tyres and the like is the act of a coward, who is without honour.

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    • 1mo

      I'm Sicilian American, you are thinking of the northern european code of honor.
      This would actually be perfectly acceptable under the old world Italian concept of honor.
      Actually, it'd be the prefered course of action,
      Why, Because the Italian code of honor was just better

    • 1mo

      Cowardice is cowardice. Attacking property because you are too much of a coward to face the person is pathetic.

    • 1mo

      Damaging the tool that a person nearly killed you with because they can't use it properly is not cowardice, its pragmatism

  • I think we all get those moments of rage - What is important is that we don't act upon it

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