fightnoun

  • ja戦い、勝負
  • ena physical or verbal argument, disagreement, or struggle

Examples

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I ended up in a fight with a bear,
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and I had to think to myself "Why am I even here?"
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- Wait a minute. You fought a bear? - Big time.
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The trick on that — head butt him in the penis, push him over a cliff.
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Oh, I bet that works with a lot of animals.
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Only the male ones. Learned that the hard way.
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And you can hug it out, bitch.
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"Hug it out, bitch."
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That is what men say to each other after a fight.
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Hey, Joey's ass.
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What are you doing?
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Well, remember when they got in that big fight and broke up
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and we were all stuck in here all night with no food or anything?
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Well, when Ross said "Rachel" at the wedding,
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I figured it was gonna happen again, you know?
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So I hid this in here.
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Ooh, candy bars, crossword puzzles.
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Ooh, 'Mad Libs'. Mine!
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- Admit you made that whole story up. - No!
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- You started that fight. - You calling me a liar?
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Well, I ain't calling you a truther!
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Don’t you think it’s strange that you’ve been in a relationship for 3 years
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and you still have to lie about going to Vegas?
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Yeah, I do.
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But trust me, it’s not worth the fight.