The Real World: Portland - Nia Moore

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[QUOTE=UrbanTactics;397076]Agreed. And it was nice seeing her get her *** beat by some skinny little white girl hahahaha[/QUOTE] Let's be honest, the only reason Nia cold-cocked Averey was because she felt like she lost and the only reason she was able to stay in the house is because the producers pick and choose when they decide the rules matter based on how they think it will affect ratings. If Portland had come at a time when RW was doing better in the ratings, no way would Nia have been allowed to stay in that house. Trisha got kicked out for basically nudging Parisa.
[QUOTE=WittyWrath;397077]Not only did Johnny put the tissue on her but he threw a drink in her face for no reason. I feel like last week everyone was praising Hailey for hitting Thomas when he didn't even touch her. A prime example of how it's always a different story when it's Nia.[/QUOTE] Did Hailey attack Tom with a blow dryer? I personally don't care what other people say about Hailey hitting Tom, I didn't watch the episode. Maybe it was Hailey trying to prove a point to Tom and Nia actually looking to physically hurt Johnny. Then she goes and hits Averey in the back of the head in one of the cheapest shots I've seen. Because of a tissue and a drink? lmao. Love the barbaric behavior.
[QUOTE=WittyWrath;397077]Not only did Johnny put the tissue on her but he threw a drink in her face for no reason. I feel like last week everyone was praising Hailey for hitting Thomas when he didn't even touch her. A prime example of how it's always a different story when it's Nia.[/QUOTE] Nia/Hailey were provoked but one thing is hitting someone with your hands than with a hair dryer.
[QUOTE=mph922;397081]Let's be honest, the only reason Nia cold-cocked Averey was because she felt like she lost and the only reason she was able to stay in the house is because the producers pick and choose when they decide the rules matter based on how they think it will affect ratings. If Portland had come at a time when RW was doing better in the ratings, no way would Nia have been allowed to stay in that house. Trisha got kicked out for basically nudging Parisa.[/QUOTE] Basically. It was fun watching that though. Never liked Averey but it's hysterical some skinny little thing beat the supposed "bad *****."
[QUOTE=UrbanTactics;397082]Did Hailey attack Tom with a blow dryer? I personally don't care what other people say about Hailey hitting Tom, I didn't watch the episode. Maybe it was Hailey trying to prove a point to Tom and Nia actually looking to physically hurt Johnny. Then she goes and hits Averey in the back of the head in one of the cheapest shots I've seen. Because of a tissue and a drink? lmao. Love the barbaric behavior.[/QUOTE] Nia have Averey a cheap shot because Averey did the exact same thing. If Averey was so ready to defend her man why wait to attack the girl from behind after she's already hit him? That clearly made no sense. I don't know where you are from but no one where I'm from would allow some to throw a drink in their face and just sit there.
[QUOTE=WittyWrath;397077]Not only did Johnny put the tissue on her but he threw a drink in her face for no reason. I feel like last week everyone was praising Hailey for hitting Thomas when he didn't even touch her. A prime example of how it's always a different story when it's Nia.[/QUOTE] As a fan of Hailey, I see the situation a little different. I don't condone violence but I had no problem with Hailey hitting Tom for a variety of reasons: 1. They have a long history. 2. He had been treating her like crap, and he was giving her mixed signals. 3. It was pretty clear she had been bottling up a LOT of emotions 4. He was provoking her and telling her to hit him. 5. She was black out drunk and has shown remorse since it happened. Plus, Johnny and Averey weren't the first people Nia hit in that house, or the first time she used a household appliance as a would-be weapon. And she spent the whole second half of the season trying to make their lives miserable. She knew what she was doing.
[QUOTE=PinkRose;397083]Nia/Hailey were provoked but one thing is hitting someone with your hands than with a hair dryer.[/QUOTE] I never agreed with the blow dryer but when most people are at their breaking point they clearly don't think. I'm a person who believes in using my hands in defending myself so that's what I'm speaking on.
[QUOTE=WittyWrath;397086]Nia have Averey a cheap shot because Averey did the exact same thing. If Averey was so ready to defend her man why wait to attack the girl from behind after she's already hit him? That clearly made no sense. I don't know where you are from but no one where I'm from would allow some to throw a drink in their face and just sit there.[/QUOTE] Because unlike the neanderthal Nia, Averey waited for her to act before beating her up. She only attacked Nia because she was going after Johnny. Is it really that hard to see the differences? The fight was over and Nia comes up and hits her because she lost. Averey hit Nia because she was about to attack Johnny with an blowdryer. And I'm from the suburbs, you know where people don't have criminal records over something as juvenile as attacking somebody over a drink.
[QUOTE=WittyWrath;397086]Nia have Averey a cheap shot because Averey did the exact same thing. If Averey was so ready to defend her man why wait to attack the girl from behind after she's already hit him? That clearly made no sense. I don't know where you are from but no one where I'm from would allow some to throw a drink in their face and just sit there.[/QUOTE] Averey came at Nia after Nia attacked Johnny with a blow-dryer. Plus, Johnny was in that little production room, and their initial altercation had ended. Nia decided to keep it going once he got out of the "safe-zone" If I just watched someone surprise attack my significant other with a blow-dryer, I'm gonna lose my **** too. Anyways, this is all old news anyways I suppose.
[QUOTE=WittyWrath;397088]I never agreed with the blow dryer but when most people are at their breaking point they clearly don't think. I'm a person who believes in using my hands in defending myself so that's what I'm speaking on.[/QUOTE] You feel physically harmed against a tissue? LMAO!!
Let's not forget how Thomas tried to convince the house to make her leave the whole time. Nia is insane she said she would slit Jordan's throat and told her friend to snap his neck.....
[QUOTE=WittyWrath;397088]I never agreed with the blow dryer but when most people are at their breaking point they clearly don't think. I'm a person who believes in using my hands in defending myself so that's what I'm speaking on.[/QUOTE] You use your hands to defend yourself if someone has attacked you WITH THEIR HANDS. If someone puts a tissue on you and pours a little soda on you, that is CLEARLY not justification for you to start throwing punches.
[QUOTE=UrbanTactics;397091]You feel physically harmed against a tissue? LMAO!![/QUOTE] Please don't twist my words I stated I was talking about the drink being thrown. If you would allow someone to do those things to you that's fine but I don't think it's okay especially if someone does it to you who knows you clearly aren't on good terms with them.
[QUOTE=WittyWrath;397094]Please don't twist my words I stated I was talking about the drink being thrown. If you would allow someone to do those things to you that's fine but I don't think it's okay especially if someone does it to you who knows you clearly aren't on good terms with them.[/QUOTE] There's nothing you can do. In the real world if I were to punch a person I hated because they threw a drink in my face I would get arrested. And I'm not a violent person, I have no reason to be, especially not over a drink/tissue.
[QUOTE=toenails;397093]You use your hands to defend yourself if someone has attacked you WITH THEIR HANDS. If someone puts a tissue on you and pours a little soda on you, that is CLEARLY not justification for you to start throwing punches.[/QUOTE] I'm sorry but call me crazy. If a guy I clearly disliked did those things to me it's pretty clear he's asking for conflict. The point is you never know how a person will react which is why Johnny should have never came in the bathroom anyway.
[QUOTE=WittyWrath;397097]I'm sorry but call me crazy. If a guy I clearly disliked did those things to me it's pretty clear he's asking for conflict. The point is you never know how a person will react which is why Johnny should have never came in the bathroom anyway.[/QUOTE] For a sensible human being, maybe. But you'd be naive as hell if you don't think Nia saw that as an opening to try to be a big bad ***** and beat up Johnny. This is the same person who tried to put a hit on Jordan. She's just a terrible person.
[QUOTE=UrbanTactics;397096]There's nothing you can do. In the real world if I were to punch a person I hated because they threw a drink in my face I would get arrested. And I'm not a violent person, I have no reason to be, especially not over a drink/tissue.[/QUOTE] That's understandable. We are clearly from two different places and where I'm from it would be justified for me to defend myself because I would be retaliating after being provoked. I've dealt with a similar situation as the one between Nia and Johnny and everyone understood why I did what I did.
[QUOTE=WittyWrath;397099]That's understandable. We are clearly from two different places and where I'm from it would be justified for me to defend myself because I would be retaliating after being provoked. I've dealt with a similar situation as the one between Nia and Johnny and everyone understood why I did what I did.[/QUOTE] You found the nearest object and went after a defenseless person with malicious intent? Because let's be honest, the last thing Johnny was going to do was put his hands on Nia.
[QUOTE=UrbanTactics;397098]For a sensible human being, maybe. But you'd be naive as hell if you don't think Nia saw that as an opening to try to be a big bad ***** and beat up Johnny. This is the same person who tried to put a hit on Jordan. She's just a terrible person.[/QUOTE] I agree which is why Johnny should have never went in the bathroom. If I lived with Nia for months and saw what she was capable of it is also naive of me to go provoke her when she clearly a wildcard.
[QUOTE=WittyWrath;397101]I agree which is why Johnny should have never went in the bathroom. If I lived with Nia for months and saw what she was capable of it is also naive of me to go provoke her when she clearly a wildcard.[/QUOTE] Johnny shouldn't have gone in the bathroom, yes, but him going in the bathroom doesn't give Nia the right to beat him up with an object.
[QUOTE=UrbanTactics;397100]You found the nearest object and went after a defenseless person with malicious intent? Because let's be honest, the last thing Johnny was going to do was put his hands on Nia.[/QUOTE] How would she know that? She didn't know Johnny prior to the show. She only seen how Johnny acted in the house which involved arguing with females such as Jessica like they were men.
[QUOTE=UrbanTactics;397102]Johnny shouldn't have gone in the bathroom, yes, but him going in the bathroom doesn't give Nia the right to beat him up with an object.[/QUOTE] He had no right to put a dirty tissue and throw a drink on her. This all happened before she retaliated with fists. Why are you completely skipping HIS actions before any objects got involved? You guys tend to do this a lot and pretend as if she just woke up and decided to hit him with a blow-dryer. The blow-dryer is the only thing I felt where she was in the wrong.
Besides the blow dryer part, most girls on these shows would have done the same thing if they were in the same situation. If Laurel, Nany, Camila were in similar situations I'm sure they would have started swinging. She didn't put a hit on Jordan as you can see nothing happened to him. It interesting how some people can loathe someone so much and think they are the most terrible person in the entire world when all they know of them is from a reality show.
[QUOTE=UrbanTactics;397102]Johnny shouldn't have gone in the bathroom, yes, but him going in the bathroom doesn't give Nia the right to beat him up with an object.[/QUOTE] I don't either but you can clearly see my point. If you already know Nia is crazy and picked up a lamp when she was about to fight Jordan why would you go in the bathroom? He should have ignored her but like you said Nia wanted to be a bad *** and attack Johnny while he also he clearly want to be a tough guy who puts Nia in her place which backfired.
[QUOTE=wutzrenzi;397105]He had no right to put a dirty tissue and throw a drink on her. This all happened before she retaliated with fists. Why are you completely skipping HIS actions before any objects got involved? You guys tend to do this a lot and pretend as if she just woke up and decided to hit him with a blow-dryer. The blow-dryer is the only thing I felt where she was in the wrong.[/QUOTE] Nice try. I'm pretty positive WittyWrath knows Johnny going in the bathroom is basically Johnny throwing a tissue and drink on her. Can I get back to my discussion with Witty now?

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