8. He tried running me over with a truck when I was on holiday
“That one time he tried running me over with a truck when I was on holiday.”
9. He didn’t give up. For FIVE years.
“I went to an extremely conservative and small college. Our freshman class was pretty tiny as in you would know everyone by name in your class.
There was a guy I met on the first day of class and he seemed nice. We had a usual conversation (nothing out of the ordinary). Two days later, he texted me. I never gave him my number and the only person who had my number was my roommate and she swears she never gave him my number.
Cue the constant messages asking me how my day was and if I wanted to meet up or hang out. I politely told him that I didn’t want to date anyone at the moment and I was focused on school.
He didn’t give up. For FIVE years. He messaged me with different numbers, emails, and send me letters. He would threaten every single guy who would talk to me.
Worst part was when I learned that he and his frat buddies had announced to everyone in the first week of freshman year that I was his girl and that I was off the market.
Pretty much ruined my college experience in terms of having a social life.”
10. I beat the shit out of him.
“I knew a guy in college that took the fact that I was sexual with some other men to indicate that I wanted to be so with him.
I let him know in no uncertain terms that I didn’t like him, was not attracted to him, did not want to fuck him, or be in any sort of relationship.
He kept sticking his toe over the line though, not enough to warrant a major response, but still pushing it.
One night at a party he tackled me onto a bed and started groping me, trying to take my clothes off, etc.
I’m not sure what he was thinking, given the differences in our sizes and temperament.
I beat the shit out of him.
Due to the pain I’ve seen sexual assault cause some of my very close friends in the past and the greater than average dislike of rapists I have as a result, I likely went way too far.
At least from a legal point of view.
However, that ended the problem.”