You May Get
Not a Bender
Stammer and blush. Say wherever they want to go is fine.
Graciously accept. Ask where they would like to go?
Tell them that getting drinks is great and all, but you know a dance place with amazing music you’d like to show them…
You don’t need to answer. You have already chosen the best bar in town and ordered your date a drink.
Yes, you’d love to! Oh my God, this is exciting! Unless it ends terribly. That seems possible.
Tell him that swindling people is wrong and you will be contacting the authorities immediately
Ask him a series of increasingly difficult questions about the establishment to try and trip him up. Then ask to speak to the manager.
Give him the ten bucks. Maybe there’s something exciting happening inside! Or maybe he really needs the money.
Tell him you’re not stupid and ask if he’s wearing his grandmother’s prom dress. Get ready to duke it out.
Ignore him and keep walking. Let him try to stop you from getting into that bar.
Confucianism: You tell him that by violating agreed-upon customs of peace, he is disrupting the community. "He who rules his state on a moral basis would be supported by the people."
Buddhism: You tell him that violence will not help the situation. “Hatred does not cease hatred, but only love.”
Taoism: You tell him that he needs to look inward for fulfillment. “Mastering others is strength. Mastering yourself is true power.”
Sun Tzu: Give him a warning. “People who do not lay down their arms will die by their arms.”
The Force: You warn him that his path is a slippery one. “Fear leads to anger, anger leads to hate, hate leads to suffering.”
Northern Shaolin. You need hard and fast punches and kicks if you’re going to take this dirtbag out quickly.
Hung Gar. You need to be firmly planted so that he can’t knock you over or force you to give ground.
Ba Gua. With quick movements and directional changes, you can probably get this guy confused and avoid anyone getting hurt.
Tai Chi. If you’re centered and balanced, you can use his aggression and movement against him.
A combination of Walker, Texas Ranger’s roundhouse kicks to the face and Yoda’s gerbil-on-crack evasive dancing. See if you can scare him into retreating.
Tie him up and subject him to your victory dance.
Leave him there. Go get a drink
Try to figure out what happened in his past to make him so violent, and see if you can help him resolve some of his issues.
Buy him a drink. Try to talk it out.
Punch him in the friggin’ head!
Look for a window to go through
Kick the door in
Pick the lock
Start compiling a disguise to fool the police
A dragon! That way you can escape in any direction and use fire to dissuade on any pursuers.
A badger-mole! The quickest way from Point A to Point B is a straight line, and now you can make a straight line under roads, fields and anything that gets in your way.
A flying bison! The simplest way out of a sticky situation is up and away.
The… moon. The moon will guide your steps along the quickest and most advantageous path.
A car. And you feel the need to mention that the moon is not an animal.
Third Eye Chakra (Forehead): You are intuitive, imaginative, and far-thinking. Grasping the larger picture comes easily to you.
Crown Chakra (Top of Head): You are a very spiritual person and find it easy to disconnect from yourself and connect to the cosmos.
Root Chakra (Spine): You are not easily frightened or cowed. You are a survivor, and never worry about what the next day will bring.
Sacral Chakra (Lower Abdomen): You find it easy to connect with people who are different than you. You value knew information, culture and experiences.
Throat Chakra (Throat): You are assertive and confident in voicing your thoughts and opinions. You are good at uncovering and pointing out the truth.
Solar Plexus Chakra (Upper Abdomen): Sometimes you have low self-esteem and worry that you are not quite in control of your life.
Sacral Chakra (Lower Abdomen): You like other people just fine, as long as they don’t try to change you. You don’t like change, or being forced into new things.
Heart Chakra (Chest): Your ability to love and forgive is occasionally blocked by grief or hurt, which manifest as anger and blame.
Root Chakra (Spine): You are practical and a bit of a worrier. You never feel quite grounded, and worry about your financial future, tomorrow’s weather and your own survival.
Throat Chakra: You aren’t always sure how to word things, and speeches definitely aren’t your thing. You’d rather let everyone work things out by themselves.
Tribal community: Everyone knows each other, works together and helps each other out.
Imperialism/Military State: People have strong wills and stronger impulses. The best way to keep everyone together is to have a militant leader who always keeps the nation safe and keeps citizens lawful.
Warrior Caste: People should be ranked based on their usefulness and worth, and should work hard to attain what they want.
Monarchy: By making leadership a birthright, you maintain custom and keep people together with ritual and shared past. It keeps civilization civil.
Monasticism: People should be left to their own devices, to create communities where they wish. Then they can focus on self-improvement and live in harmony together as they desire.
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