I've been dating this boy for a couple weeks but last night he did something that scared me.

I've been dating this boy for a couple weeks but last night he did something that scared me. So he rides a motorcycle and he parked it outside my apartment when he was over for a visit. Then we were on my bed and the alarm on the bike started going off, so he jumped up and ran over to the window, then opened it and saw some guy apparently touching the motorcycle. (I didn't get up, so I didn't see). And he screamed out the window at this guy, "Get lost motherfricker before I smash your skull open" or something like that. The anger and violence in his voice was just deeply scary to me. Previously I thought this guy was sweet and friendly, but to find out that he has this capacity for violence? Is this normal?

What made me even more uncomfortable is that when he came back to the bed, he was acting like he wasn't even mad. I think he saw the look on my face and then he said something like "oh haha don't worry I wasn't really mad, I was just using a scary voice to scare off the thief." But I don't know if I should believe this, because isn't that kind of psychopathic?? Who can just flip from screaming violent threats to being normal in a split second? And who would say something like that unless they wanted to really hurt another person?

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    breasts or gtfo

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Gash or gtfo; there are too many troons on NSFFW to trust tit pics anymore.

      Though this is weak bait as there are no women on NSFFW

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Can you tell me her name and anime. bump for your thread.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Mizuki Usami, the anime is called "this art club has a problem"

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        >Mizuki Usami, the anime is called "this art club has a problem
        Thank you very much anon! 0v0

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You are paranoid. That's a completely normal reaction to have, if anything I'd do the same in his position, only with a weapon in hand and stepping on the road to face him instead of screaming from the balcony. If anything, that should be a green flag, because it shows that he is willing to protect things and people that matter to him.

    I think you have been way too sheltered during your upbringing, but I digress. Welcome to the real world, kiddo.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      This is the thread. If you take him defending things he cares about as a red flag then chances are OP is naive/sheltered to the point you've faced very little conflict or afraid of confrontation due to being a shy girl.

      You should look at that guy as a protector/guardian/warden rather than: Abuser/tormenter/etc.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Weak bait

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    there are no real girls on NSFFW

    Despite this, this is normal behavior. Violence is a tool, use it when you need to, put it away when you don't. I see a nail sticking up, I pull out my hammer and smash it down, the hammer goes back in the belt. The guys you should beware of are they guys who always have the hammer in hand, don't have one at all or use the hammer when they should be using another tool.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      True post

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      True and accurate

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If this is real and not bait, then it's 100% normal and he seems like an average dude.
    If he's stable and good to you and his friends and family, he sounds like a man you can count on.

    I've personally seen several cases where a "sweet, friendly nice guy" turns out to be a shit person who manipulates and puts others down.
    You gotta watch out for the snakes in the grass, not the silverback you are currently with.

    As long as he treats you well, you got nothing to worry about.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I don't see it as normal at all and it's a red flag showing anger that could eventually turn toward the woman. Getting in a violent provocation over an object that could lead with the guy easily coming to your door.

      You are lucky it didn't end way worse

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Ok you're obviously autistic, nothing makes a normal woman's panties wetter than displaying your capacity for violence, that basically proves you're a man and that you can kill sabertooth tigers to protect her which is what her subconscious wants to hear. Honestly if I were him in that situation I would assume you are autistic, very inexperienced, and/or shit-testing me to see if you can shake me out of my masculine frame. The only reason he has a motorcycle is to project bad boy and a bad boy who can't or wont kick someone's ass if he needs to is a poser

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You are not and will never be a woman. A woman in such a situation would be wet as a swamp after such a stunning display of bad boy/knightly protector. When I was dating my wife some guys got in a fight in the hallway outside our apartment, I was up and had my rifle ready in case it turned into something other than a drunken brawl, after things resolved and I came back to bed she practically raped me she was so horny.

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    If that’s how he acts when someone tries to touch his bike, imagine what he will do to someone that tries to touch you.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Imagine what he will do to her if she dares try to break up with him.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >imagine what he will do to someone that tries to touch you.

      That's literally what every woman wants, they will flirt with men they're not even attracted to just in the hopes that you'll be at them up in front of her

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Imagine what he'd do if she does something that he doesn't approve of.

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    All men should be able to be aggressive when they need to be it's totally normal. It's a good thing he can stick up for himself when he needs to.

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    We need more context. You'd actually have to see it and hear it to assess whether it was a bit too overzealous or whether he was genuinely just standing his ground and protecting his shit like anyone would. Ignore the incels muttering on about masculine and feminine energy and "xyz should mean that you feel this way!". Protecting your stuff is a vital skill to have. Keep an eye out for how he responds to stress in general, that should give you a hint as to whether that violence would ever be directed towards you. But trust your gut feeling

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I wonder what country OP is from because in Australia, swapping between scary voice and normal voice is very run of the mill.

    Its also very normal among men. Shit sometimes I have to use my scary voice on my dog when she's being a b***h.

    OP has clearly not been around much confrontation. I suggest going to watch some debates or some fights in person. That way you can be a safe audience member and expose yourself to the "violent situation".

    Perhaps confide in said motorbike dude and let him know you are not used that and perhaps you can use the above suggestion as date ideas.

    Assuming this whole thread isnt bait lol.

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    The "anger and violence" in his voice was scary to you because it was designed to scare the crackhead touching the motorcycle. Why you have an issue with an otherwise normal man that is capable of scaring other men is beyond me, it is the best trait. Would you rather a man which other men don't respect or take seriously? A man who's motorbike would continue to be molested by a crackhead despite his protests?

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I think it's just a male instinct thing and you shouldn't necessarily worry about it. I'm a very shy person who doesn't like the idea conflict and even I've done it before. One night a thief came into our house and I ended up yelling at him to frick off really loudly and chased after him until he left the the house. It felt like an out of body experience almost like I had turned into a completely different person, I think it just a part of our instinctive nature to protect and scare away anything potentially hostile.

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