Schoolgirl Goes Ham With Flurry Of Slaps But The Guy Took Her Into The Matrix

Schoolgirl Goes Ham With Flurry Of Slaps But The Guy Took Her Into The Matrix

We hear all the time that men are definitely not supposed to hit women. That is because they are generally more aggressive, stronger and have different hormonal advantages that make them more dangerous. Aside from that there never really seems to be a good reason to resort to violence anyway. But this is life and violent situations present themselves when the wrong mix of emotions get in the way of communication.

So given that men aren’t supposed to hit women, the question arises, in this new world of equality, what happens if a woman strikes first? Well, until now men have been told to pretty much shut up and take it which whilst it isn’t right, at least means that they are not shunned by society. But the clip below shows another option available to men, if they’re in the situation and have the skills to pull it off!

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Shot at a high school in the states, a young lady is not happy at all with a male student. Perhaps they have had words and things have boiled over, but as the video opens, the girl is about to let fly with an open-palmed slap. But to her dismay, the only thing she connects with is fresh air and the boy leans backwards, feeling the breeze.

From there, the girl is obviously humiliated, but also determined to land a strike on the guy. But shot after shot is expertly ducked or woven. The gumby-esque display was met with high praise by those on Reddit, where the video was posted, one user saying that this is the only way for a man to come off well, and with his head held high after a physical encounter with a woman.

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Others have focused on just how humiliated the girl must have been to have not landed a single punch on the guy. Many believe with consensus that the kid must have had a bit of boxing training over the journey, to be able to thwart each strike so effortlessly.

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Check out the impressive display here.