Strike 1: Kick in the crotch.
Strike 2: Punch in the head (more specifically in the temple).
Strike 3: Kick in the crotch or the head.
Strike 4: punch them in the face.
Strike 5: put them in a head lock.
Strike 6: pull there hair if its long.
Strike 7: if its a girl pull there hair or bit them.
Addition to above mentioned:
Tactic 1: Just go with the flow of the fight.
Tactic 2: Fight your own fight, don't let them get you out of your groove, and just go with the flow.
Tactic 3: Don't let them fight their fight, and don't let them just go with the flow.
Tactic 4(MOST IMPORTANT): DON'T, I REPEAT, DON'T OVER-THINK ANYTHING, KEEP UP WITH THE FLOW OF THE FIGHT, and just go with the flow.
when you get punched in the face it is imperative that you immedatly do the two following things:
first you should cover your face so that you cant see if another punch is coming your way. then you need to stand up spit on the person who punched you, then quickly turn around and put your hands down so that no one will call you a coward. then when you get to a safe place take out your genitals and put them on the nearest homless persons face. then when your are done with that, imeditaly get some ice on your injuries and put salt in your wounds. when that is over with if you still feel pain, lick your dogs nipples and punch it in the wenier.
Run, call for help, and if fighting is absolutely necessary, incapacitate, don't kill.
look at that person with an angry face then walk away and tell an adult if you are youth
uhm.... punch them???????????????
Fight On for ol' SC Our men Fight On to victory Our Alma Mater dear, looks up to you Fight On and win For ol' SC Fight On to victory Fight On!
Yes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Snakes fight ! snake fight for lady snake or they fight for there area
They fight for freedom
Some dogs will fight over food or a bone. If you mean why do they fight at a dog fight, that is because sick humans have trained them to fight.
a fight = uma luta to fight = lutar
To fight = × ××‘×§ (ne'evak) fight (noun) = ×§×¨×‘ (krav)
The lyrics as taught to my mother by a Jewish sorority sister in the late 1950s are: Marching forth with roses, Join the ranks of Moses, Fight! Fight! Fight for Palestine! Haters of ham and gravy, Join the Hebrew navy, Fight! Fight! Fight for Palestine! (chorus) Grab that helmet! Squeeze it tight! Synagogue! Synagogue! Fight! Fight! Fight!
Fight the urge to cheat! The teams will fight in the playoffs.
The usual term is cat fight.
I think it means, that when we fight someone (not necessarily physically - as a physical fight inevitably is a punishment) do we fight to punish them for what they do or have done, or do we fight to change the effect or the manner of their action. As in do we fight to teach someone a lesson, or do we fight to show them a better way.
yes they can fight.
They do fight