Actions speak louder than words...I think I'd exercise caution and still be his friend, but be aware of potential flare ups. He does seem to have anger management issues or perhaps mental health issues, which may be a danger to him as well as you. <br />
Only you can know what your gut feeling, your instincts are telling you to do. You want to be a good friend, a loyal friend but are you putting yourself in danger? Can you help him? What does the friendship mean to you?
Never stay friends with a nobody, or a strangler
Then why do you ask?
Are you the same guy who keeps asking questions about skinny nerds choking people? <br />
What the hell is that about?
Why not, watch your words though.
ummmm NO.. bcuz umm like he can do the same **** to you HAHAHA MUAHAA
what happened to the guy he choked? did he die?
Yes, your friend doesn't accept rejection well.
If you do, you must understand that he has major issues and determine whether or not you're willing to cope with those issues if he isn't.
You know your friend the best, if he doesn't use you then you have to make that decision yourself. No one on here knows him as well as you do.