I got punched in the belly in front of my girlfriend.

Maybe this doesn't sound embarrassing to you, but for me it was, and still is; every time I think about it. It was a hot summer day and I was enjoying a walk with my hot girlfriend in a park. I was wearing shorts, and no shirt. She was wearing short shorts and a belly shirt.
This guy was approaching us with his girlfriend. They were dressed much like us. He was wearing jeans and was shirtless, and she was wearing shorts and a bikini top. When he got near us his girlfriend kind of made sure he ran into me. I told him to watch it, mostly out of sheer verbal reflex. But he got into a state and pushed me. I think they just wanted a fight. And that's what happened. He pushed me and asked, "Wanna fight?" I was stunned. There was no reason here to fight. But I could see his girlfriend was turned on by the thought that we were going to fight.
I looked over at my girlfriend, and she too had a look of anticipation of a fight on her face. I suddenly became scared. I've never been much of a fighter. The last time I was challenged, I backed down. And my girlfriend at the time was not impressed, and let me know. So I thought I pretty much had to fight.
I raised my fists and got into a fight stance, but that was the best I could do. I'm not sure how it happened, because it happened fast, and I didn't see it coming. But suddenly I felt his fist going into my belly. I wasn't ready for it, and that was the only punch needed. I doubled over and fell to the ground groaning. He just stood over me and told me over and over to get up. I didn't. His girlfriend was all over him. She was giggling and very excited. And she distracted him enough that he knew he had done what was necessary to get a "reward" from her, and so they left.
With the help of my girlfriend, I slowly got up. I was feeling very humiliated. She did all the right things, asking me if I was okay and trying to be comforting and supportive. But I could tell she was not happy with my performance. I looked at the other couple walking away. The winner's girlfriend kept looking back. I think she was enjoying the awkwardness and humiliation of my situation.
Not much was said on the way back to her place about the "fight." But my girlfriend was the type of woman who liked to talk everything out. And so when we got back to her apartment, she soon had to talk about it. She knew I felt humiliated, and admitted to her feeling embarrassed because I didn't put up much of a fight. She told me the other girlfriend gave her a "look that told me she had the dominate male." And that further embarrassed her. Then she told me she knew I was going to lose even before I took that belly punch. She told me she could always tell who the alpha male was in any situation. Of course this embarrassed me all over again. As you can imagine, she broke it off with me a short time later. She told me she needed a man who she felt could protect her.

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  • U can't take it lol

  • Weak gut

  • Guys, if your girlfriend broke up with you because of this she wasn’t worth i’m sorry.. and the girl who “started” the fight? what a stupid girl! you don’t need to be embarrassed about got beat in front a girl, especially in this case where the guy foght all of the sudden and for no reason. Really, girls don’t really care about it

  • This is easy for you to say. But you have no idea what it's like to get beat up easily in front of your girlfriend. Maybe you can take this well, but believe me when I say that there are a lot of women out there who feel embarrassed when their man loses a fight. And that makes the humiliation of losing a lot worse. I wish I had a girlfriend like you, but instead, I've had many girlfriends who make you feel awful when you lose a fight. Some even tease you about it afterwards.

  • Wow. Embarrassing or what. Getting beat in front of your girlfriend is an awful feeling. And no matter what she says to support you, that feeling of being beat in front of her.....that embarrassment...never goes away.

  • Dang that hurts. I was a little 98 pounder that got picked on and bullied all through school. Afterwards I grew up and gained respect in the Police Dept. Suddenly no one wanted to bother me anymore. Go figure?

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