It's important for everyone to know that you can only push a nice person so far before they finally snap.
1. For The Love Of Harry Potter
From Redditor u/Master_J_2003:
Back in the 6th(?) grade I was in a class with this kid we'll call Hudson, now Hudson was the nicest calmest kid in the entire school and almost never spoke a word.
Then came along someone who we'll call Will, Will was from a nearby city and since we were all from a small little town he thought of himself as above everyone else. This resulted in him being an overall piece of sh*t to everyone around him whether it be students, EAs or even teachers.
One day Will decided he wanted to try picking on Hudson who was sat quietly reading a book. Will walked up to him, spat in his face and took his book and proceeded to tear out pages from it.
Now, Hudson was a huge bookworm so seeing a book having its pages being torn out by Will must have snapped something because he lets out this unholy shriek and launches himself out of his chair and right onto him. Hudson then proceeds to beat the absolute crap out of him and then just when you thought he was done he grabs the book and begins smacking him with it, I'm talking meaty slaps here these could be heard very clearly.
After almost a full minute of Hudson beating him with a book a teacher finally returns to the class only to see the quiet kid beating the ever loving sh*t out of the prick with Harry Potter: The Deathly Hallows.
If I remember correctly Will managed to get off with only 3 days suspension and Hudson got at least a full week, when Will came back he had a broken nose and enough bruises to make him look like a human grape if you looked at him right.
Needless to say Will didn't mess with anyone after that.Was that an intense snap?
2. Not A Happy Groom
From Redditor u/Maple-Lady:
Older brothers wedding. He's a very nice guy, almost too nice. He had a horrible girlfriend. He adored her though. She told him that he wasn't good enough and that she would break up with him unless he bought her this super fancy ring and married her. He did. The wedding was very stressful, and she was extra nasty. After they cut the cake, she got herself a huge slice and left him with none, telling him he should go on a diet. ( For context, he was underweight. He was working his way up to average. ) He snapped. Threw a handful of cake at her pretty dress and hair, then told her to expect divore papers to sign. He proceeded to scream, cry, and rant about how horrible she was and how she made him suicidal.
He's better now. They split up and live in different continents.Was that an intense snap?
3. Way To Hustle, Bob
From Redditor u/KindRedPanda:
One of my middle school friends, whom we’ll call Bob, was about a half foot shorter than everyone else. Everyone was around 5ft. He was an interesting (in a good way) dude. Interested in learning, played video games, was great to hang out with. But he looked scrawny. Didn’t look like he could hurt anything if I’m being honest. For some context to the story, our gym teacher was an a**hole. Gave nicknames, some good, some bad- to everyone. He was always sarcastic. Always berating everyone, speaking down to us instead of encouraging them.
One day the gym teacher says something about Bob’s mom. Which Bobs mom had fibromyalgia and some other conditions making her weak and unhealthy not by choice. And something In Bob snapped. Bob completely took down this 6.5ft monster gym teacher. Gym teacher looked like he stood no chance at that time. They were quickly pulled apart and Bob got expelled and had to move school while the Gym teacher was fired for fighting a student and being an overall a**hole.Was that an intense snap?
4. Way To Go, Steve
From Redditor u/ComprehensiveMelon:
I'm a journalist and as in every daily newspaper, the office is one constant noisy brawl, papers flying about, editors yelling at each other, chief editors yelling at editors etc etc. So in comes Steve. Steve is a god-driven dude, really quiet and introvert, he's been working as a page designer for over a decade, he never swears, he never shouts, he never even shows a sign of discomfort. Anyhoo on a very stressful day, with half an hour to go until print and half our systems non-operational, there are approximately 7 people over Steve telling him what to do simultaneously, including the editor in chief and the chief executive of the journal. Around them there are about 40 more people preparing for next day's edition, with all the yelling and shouting I mentioned before.
Steve stops. Steve kindly removes his glasses. Steve pushes slowly his keyboard out of the way and climbs on the desk. Steve releases a primeval cry to get everyone's attention and goes: "HBGUUUAAAAAAAAAAAAAGH. EITHER YOU ALL SHUT THE F*** UP RIGHT NOW OR I'M GONNA BE REMOVING THE S*** OUT OF YOUR ASSES WITH MY D*** UNTIL SUNRISE".
Noone talked after that, noone laughed at Steve, and a few people even forgot to breathe for a few seconds from the shock.
We've called him Bad Motherf***er Steve ever since, even got him the same wallet as Sam L. Jackson has in Pulp Fiction.Was that an intense snap?