Let's start one....... Just kidding, however I think most people sort of miss the idea behind fight club. I think it's a fairly common notion that fight club was about physically injuring another individual. I however think that was just an unfortunate consequence to something that needed to be done. Fight club wasn't about giving punishment it was about taking it.
That's crazy who'd want to be injured, that's retarded. Not if it gets rid of something even worse. The people that went to fight club, where suffering emotionally all of them. They felt lonely, their life felt empty and everything they did was devoid of meaning in their eyes. So how does getting injured make you feel good about yourself. Firstly pain can be a sign that you did something that you exist. Secondly pain triggers the bodies natural pain killers, (epinephrine comes to mind right off the bat.) giving a nice little natural high. You feel good, feel calm, feel something besides empty and bored.
Fight club was meaning, even if it was stupid, it was a meaning to life. It was about destroying the old you and making a new one an hour at a time. You went in their and your ass was cookie dough, you came out hard. Fight club was about destroying yourself and making something better, or at least different because the people who where attracted to fight club hated themselves and anything would be better then what they had.
Fight club was about nihilism. About destroying yourself and the world that created you, because whatever rose up from the ashes had to be better then what you had. That and it was funny as hell, I mean how could it not be about destroying yourself and creating something else from what's left. When you take into consideration the guy who created it and his journey throughout it. Anyone disagree?