*Takes a deep breath*
*changes to story-telling voice*
OK. Our family friend has this daughter, she's around 12 or
something like that. She's a model student, get's good
grades, head of student council, etc.
So, one day one of her classmates, a boy, comes up to her and
calls her some not very nice name. She asks him,
"Do you wanna repeat that?"
So he does. She knocks him out. But that's not the end of it.
The boy's girlfriend or whatever comes up to her and is
"OMG why'd you do that?"
So, she asks, "Would you like me to knock you out
The girl, not believing that she would and what was waiting for
her says, "Go ahead if you think you can."
Naturally, BAM! She's on the floor.
The parents then get a call from the headteacher who tells them.
"Your daughter's behaviour today was appalling, and
quite unusual to how she behaves normally. Today, she punched a
boy, but that's not the problem [the parents were like what?]
because she knocked out his friend too."
They were called out to a meeting and all that, and the dad put
up the you-shouldn't-have-done-that act.
At home, he was like 'that's my girl'
Yeah... Moral of the story?
There isn't really one. Now the whole class knows that they
should mess with the girl, even if she is a good student, it
doesn't mean that she's afraid to do something