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#338 - spetsnazvymple
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(06/17/2013) [-]
i had a bully once.


once
#291 - useroftheLOLZ
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>be bullied throughout gradeschool
>Last day of school getting bullied hard core by main bully **** head
>************ starts bragging about how he ****** up my only two friends, so that they would no longer be friends with me
>*****************************.gif
>For some reason, ************ starts beating me
>Something inside me snaps, as I realize that my friends went through this same ****, and yet still want to be with me
>******* blackout
>Wake up
>Standing over bully with bruised knuckles, a ton of bruises on body, and covered in cuts
>Bully is out stone cold like a ******* rock, seriously, I thought I had killed him
>Teachers run over, horrified by what I did, even though they all knew he had it coming
>Bully ends up with a number of bruises, a couple broken bones, and a concussion
>Swear to myself that I would never loose control again, by never fighting again
>Enter Jr. High
>Old bullies **** off
>Get bullied bullied by a psychotic ************ and his redneck hick **** buddy
>************ beats me, book checks me, ***** with my locker, shoves me down stairs occasionally
>I pent up anger over the course of three years
>Become freshmen
#296 to #291 - anon
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well? you cant just stop at freshman909
#299 to #291 - useroftheLOLZ
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>Friends all left because everyone in school thought I was a monster
>**** kicks into overdrive
>Get to the brink of suicide, but fight it because I know that if I follow through, ************ would win, and because LOL CONFLICTING BELIEFS
>My militarybro uncle visits me
>Promises me to help deal with **** along with father who is getting sick of me coming home with bruises
>I take month off of school
>First day Uncle gives me talk that his commander gave him when Uncle killed his first man
>Become entirely different person
>Uncle teaches me what he knows about CQC and self defense, and philosophy, n ****
>Father teaches me about being a man and standing up for what you love
>Make slow recovery
>At some point meet a guy
>Become really good friends
>Introduces me to his friends
>His friends accept me as one of their own
>I now have more fiends than I have ever had in my entire life
>Realize that I know what I want to protect
>Last day of school, tell ************ that I wan't to talk to him after school
>He laughs, and says sure
#304 to #299 - useroftheLOLZ
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****, don goofed, my two friends left when I entered Jr. High
#300 to #299 - useroftheLOLZ
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>Meet him and tell him to **** off and to leave my new friends alone
>His sides fall on the ground
>He says something about "Finally finishing this"
>Pulls out pocket knife and charges me
>************ you don goofed
>CQC kicks in
>Grapple ************, throw him to the ground, and slam his head into the concrete
>Kick him in the jewels a few times just for good measure
>Call 911
>Cops come
>Medics come, and ************ comes out of it, and says that I attacked him
>My checkered past gives him leverage
>Put in iron, and told to wait on the curb
>Looks like I am going to jail
>New friends come running over and talk to cops
>turns out they saw the whole thing, as they were looking for me
>even got it on camera
>Get released
>************ goes to juvey
>From that day forward, I knew I wanted to join the military, so that I could protect them
#301 to #300 - anon
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would you shut up your ******* gay. like really bro?? thumb whore much. keep it to yourself faggot
#283 - mrnoodlez ONLINE
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If I ever have children I am going to teach them to stand up to bullies, then they can tell the teacher AFTER that little **** is lying in a pool of blood. I wouldn't punish my own children for defending themselves.
#309 to #283 - champaigne
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What if it's 10v1?
#312 to #310 - champaigne
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Real life isn't a movie.
#323 to #312 - mrnoodlez ONLINE
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And I doubt that 10 bullies would gang up on one kid in real life, at least during school.
#326 to #323 - champaigne
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You're joking right? Guess you were never bullied, you were probably the bully
#332 to #326 - mrnoodlez ONLINE
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No, I had a tight group of friends and I was 6 ft, 210 lbs in high school, so I was no small, weak kid to begin with. I have been bullied before and I would stand up to them with my friends close by and they knew it. Bullies won't react to threats or adult intervention unless you have your force presented in front of them, or until you beat the **** out of their face to let them know that there are consequences for thinking they can push people around. I would rather defend those who couldn't defend themselves than be a bully and make everyone hate me.

The issue with todays society is that if one kid decks a bully, next thing you know the school suspends both of them and the kid who defended himself is getting sued by the county for battery.
#335 to #332 - champaigne
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Well not everyone is 6 ft 210 lbs and has a tight knit group of friends in high school

But I have to agree with you on the second point.
#281 - lambocj
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<----- my school.
<----- my school.
#276 - lambocj
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You must train your kid how to fight. No matter what.
You must train your kid how to fight. No matter what.
#263 - gardenjustice
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>Be in middle school
>Me and friends are sort of juvenile, play tag in the yard
>Mondo-negro decides to trip two of my friends
>His fat ass tripped while tripping and fell in a puddle
>I walk up to him despite my friends telling me not to
>"Hey why'd you trip my friends"
>"I know this cracker isn't talking to me"
>He walks away
>Kick a can out of frustration
>Can lands to the right of him
>Friend starts screaming OH **** he kicked a can at you
>Kid is two feet taller than me, whole school yard crowds around me chanting fight
>Bell rings
>"Sorry man, I have to get to class."
>"Oh he's gotta get to class--"
>Kid stops his sentence short and punches me full force
>Didn't even flinch
>Kid looked horrified and was suspended for a week
>MFW I was suspended for kicking a can
#277 to #263 - logickid
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Cool story bro.
#256 - swedishassassin
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Gun-Control activists would disagree with this logic.   
   
(yes, I am a douche for bringing up a pointless argument; I understand)
Gun-Control activists would disagree with this logic.

(yes, I am a douche for bringing up a pointless argument; I understand)
#265 to #256 - anon
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>There is no rational argument that supports any form of gun control

This is retarded. I don't even know exactly where I stand. Gun control is an insanely complicated issue.
#348 to #265 - swedishassassin
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Shutup, no name
#248 - xXxCenturionxXx
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I got ice cream from my mom for beating up two kids that bullied me. One of them is one of  my closest friends today.
I got ice cream from my mom for beating up two kids that bullied me. One of them is one of my closest friends today.
#236 - ScruffytheJanitor
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As my dad taught me, fill a sock with quarters and hit that ***** in the face with it.
#216 - freshbakedrolls
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It was 7th grade and I was tall and a manly looking girl, you know awkward stages. A lot of people would tell me how ugly I was and I was to the point where I would eat lunch in the bathroom to avoid bullies (I know I shouldn't have done this but I was young and stupid). One day when I was walking to class one of my normal bully, Austin, decided it was time for me to cry. So he came up to me called me all the usual names, ugly, stupid, man-woman, transvestite. And then he touched me by grabbing my face and pulling down really hard. I was bigger than him so I took that mother ****** and knocked him into the lockers so hard he fell to the ground in pain. The the bang was so loud the crowded hallway stopped and stared. Not one teacher said a word as I walked to my class.    
   
I was never bullied again. ever.
It was 7th grade and I was tall and a manly looking girl, you know awkward stages. A lot of people would tell me how ugly I was and I was to the point where I would eat lunch in the bathroom to avoid bullies (I know I shouldn't have done this but I was young and stupid). One day when I was walking to class one of my normal bully, Austin, decided it was time for me to cry. So he came up to me called me all the usual names, ugly, stupid, man-woman, transvestite. And then he touched me by grabbing my face and pulling down really hard. I was bigger than him so I took that mother ****** and knocked him into the lockers so hard he fell to the ground in pain. The the bang was so loud the crowded hallway stopped and stared. Not one teacher said a word as I walked to my class.

I was never bullied again. ever.
#214 - jdawgydawg
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in my honest opinion, elders, including teachers, should legally be allowed to 'spank' or 'beat' kids in school who misbehave. that will teach kids how to shut their mouth and act in an appropriate manner
#240 to #214 - chiefrunnyjeans
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we tried that once and it didn't really work out so well
#204 - obnoxygen
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>Freshman year in high school
>Best friend with fat piutbull looking cunt
>Get first boyfriend
>She gets upset and jealous
>Bitch decides to end friendship.
>She makes my life a living hell
>Tells everyone I'm a whore and a skank, threatens me, turns everyone against me
>Everyone makes fun of me
~Fast forward to junior year~
>I have contacted teachers and board of Ed
>They won't do ****
>Tried standing up for myself, get the **** beaten out of me
I'm confused guys... advice?
#217 to #204 - thecommittee
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Don't get physical, everything will be arrayed against you. In all likely hood there are people who wont have judged you based on what they heard about you. Find them and seek refusge with them, spending time with people who honestly like you is a great way to counteract such douchbagery. If any of them do or say anything in class, stand up and make such a big deal out of it that your teacher cannot possibly ignore you. There is no better way to get the schools attention than in class disruptions.
#218 to #217 - obnoxygen
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I'll try. Thank you
#220 to #218 - thecommittee
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and make sure not to get emotional, acknowledge them with complete and utter apathy, be reasonable when calling them out so your teacher dose not lump you in with them. and remember not to seek vengeance, its better to just get them to stop and leave them be
#156 - awesomeruben ONLINE
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Im Reading all these comments, did everybody in FJ get bullied??
#175 to #156 - arizonastar
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i was bullied to the extent that i literally didn't have any friends from grade school until my senior year in in high school i had a few friends, growing up through elementary school being called names and nobody wants to be around you really sets a guy back, I mean im 21 years old today and I have social issues (undiagnosed), I am a huge introvert, i am mega shy, I have extermely poor social skills, I lacked any kind of personality until i was 17 or so, and all though those years i was raised not to fight back, and the one time i got punched in the back of the head and then my pants pulled down in junior high in kicked the kid you pulled my pants down into a table and then hit the kid who punched me in the back of the head 3 times in the face. I got a week of out of school suspension. *****************. Today I am gaining of how to communicate like a normal human being at age 21. I do not support those who support the "anti-bulling be a victim tell the ******* teacher" groups, as a result I can barely communicate normally with others but I am extremely resilient, i am extremely hard to offend, etc because of it, basically it strongly builds character and "moral fiber". I missed out on possibly dating some very good looking girls (I was not fat or ugly i was bullied from kindergarten up and it snowballed out of control for the next 12 years) anyways I missed out on a bunch of stuff. I just hope that "karma" sets in an all is equal in the end.

thanks for reading.

If your in high school, stand up for the kid who always gets bullied, I dont mean be his/her friend, but the difference that day by defending him or showing him how could change who he/she is, i wish i could have beat the **** out of some of the kids i went to high school with, but i was a quite careful person and did not like fighting, and most of the kids who bullied me were unfit or fat, and i am tall, ran track, was on swim team for a bit, was very capable but was "scared" maybe? of doing anything.
#151 - killerliquid
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The TCDSB has a strict rule about bullying where, if you bully you get expelled, then if you bully again, you get expelled once again. Now if you were to bully a third time, you're kicked out of the whole school board.
#155 to #151 - srapture
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"Expelled again"?
#157 to #155 - killerliquid
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As in switch schools mate.
#158 to #157 - srapture
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Ah, makes sense.
#179 to #151 - HarvietheDinkle
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That sounds good on the surface.

I just hope they're able to distinguish between bullying and accidental bullying

(ex: saying something with not-bad intent, but still being misinterpreted as harassing).
#180 to #179 - killerliquid
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Something like that may have to do with the teachers.
#148 - ryukyukids
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What the hell does being a sing mother have to do with your daughter getting bullied?
#119 - entarasu
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'aaaa dont stop i like it' this is the way you get rid of them
#81 - screamingdemon
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That's not gonna work very well if it's a gang, which it usually is in my experience.
#99 to #81 - sonicg
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That's when you knock out the biggest ****** there and don't be afraid to fight dirty (I for one like to break bones and try to cause internal bleeding and/or severe lacerations).
#105 to #99 - screamingdemon
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The rest of the gang will probably still jump you, and the leader won't want to look weak in front of his friends, so he'll take his revenge later.
#110 to #105 - sonicg
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Still worth it. That and you can catch him when he's alone.
#111 to #110 - screamingdemon
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Yeah, but still. He'll want his revenge, and you never know what bullies will do to "prove" themselves.
#112 to #111 - sonicg
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What would you do to get him to stop? I for one would crush his nuts between some vice grips.
#124 to #112 - screamingdemon
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I've never been bullied that bad. I just had some guys that kept commenting on everything I did and didn't do. After a few years of ignoring it and acting like I didn't care, I said that I didn't like it when they did what they did. I guess it made them realize that they were actually hurting me, so they stopped. Sometimes bullies don't realize that they are being hurtful because their victim tries to avoid them and act tough. But if they were being violent to me I guess I would tell the school, parents and police.
#42 - infinitereaper
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After being bullied and fighting my way out of it (Well, not that I won my first few fights)   
   
I discovered my love of violence, the adrenaline and satisfaction that comes from crushing someones skull beneath your feet... it's indescribable.    
   
Ironically as soon as this happened I was never really bothered again no matter where I went.    
   
   
What I can say is that while violence doesn't solve everything, it sure as hell solves a lot of things.
After being bullied and fighting my way out of it (Well, not that I won my first few fights)

I discovered my love of violence, the adrenaline and satisfaction that comes from crushing someones skull beneath your feet... it's indescribable.

Ironically as soon as this happened I was never really bothered again no matter where I went.


What I can say is that while violence doesn't solve everything, it sure as hell solves a lot of things.
#50 to #42 - anon
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2edgy4me
#51 to #50 - infinitereaper
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Nothing edgy about standing up for yourself or liking to fight.
It's in our evolutionary DNA to begin with.
#53 to #51 - anon
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It's not in our DNA to enjoy to fight, it's a natural response to preserve yourself, not to have fun. Enjoying "crushing someones skull beneath your feet" would be attributed to mental illness, not natural flight or fight reactions.
#98 to #53 - infinitereaper
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Flight or fight, but what does fleeing in todays world solve? Few things if anything. As for pleasure, there are several cases in the animal kingdom. As for morality, that's all relative. I'd kill a rapist, a mugger, a gun toting robber or anyone of the like without a second thought and enjoy doing so. Does that make me evil? I don't think so. Corrupt? Sure. But at least my anger is directed towards the correct people. It's called justice. You don't have to agree, but don't act like a smug little bitch
#185 to #98 - anon
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There are cases in other species, but as for homosapiens no, deriving pleasure from hurting/killing someone isn't natural or normal.

I'm not questioning the morality of defending against a rapist, murderer, etc. I'm saying deriving genuine pleasure from the act of killing/hurting someone is attributed towards mental illness, that isn't a opinion, tell any mental health professional that they'll tell you the same.

#206 to #185 - infinitereaper
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Mental illness is living in ignorance as the world around you degrades right in front your face. As such, such statements I not only find petty but a joke. You are nothing, and your words mean nothing. Stop trying to pat yourself on the back, it's pathetic.
#233 to #206 - anon
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How am I patting myself on the back? I'm merely stating what you're describing isn't normal or natural and is a sign of psychological problems, it's a fact, regardless of what you think.
#237 to #233 - infinitereaper
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I'm just not a fan of absolutes. The history of medicine and ideas about human biology is just an example. It is not unnatural. Nature is dictated by conditions, and if killing was required for our survival then whatever helped promote that would be "good". Morality is just a product. There is no "problem". This is societal.
#245 to #237 - anon
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It doesn't matter what you're a fan of, facts are facts. And yes, it is unnatural, enjoying killing people is a defect in the brain, a defect that can be observed through MRI scans and such procedures. Again, i'm not debating the morality aspect of what you're saying, i'm talking about the psychological aspect.
#287 to #245 - infinitereaper
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If you're talking about psychopathy then you really are off base here. You do know the difference between them and normal human beings? You realize the difference between biological causes and human nature?
#324 to #287 - anon
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My entire point was about mental illness, you spiraled off into some morality debate. You do realize that liking killing isn't normal human nature, seeing as the majority of people don't?
#337 to #324 - infinitereaper
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Even if the majority don't that doesn't mean it isn't in our nature, even chimpanzees kill each other every now and then.
#339 to #337 - anon
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Yes, it does, if 99% of people don't derive pleasure from killing that means that deriving pleasure from killing is abnormal, and is recognized as a defect, a defect observable in the brain i might add.

Most chimpanzee's don't kill for pleasure.
#340 to #339 - infinitereaper
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Yes yes, and lobotomies were the epiphany of medical science. "Facts" "facts" "Facts" But every decade is different.

Sure for some its that way but I doubt its for all. My brain is perfectly normal I might add--but that won't change my love of violence. Such lust for revenge is pure human nature. A byproduct of our evolution.

Nothing more, nothing less.
#341 to #340 - anon
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You might want to look up the word facts, and pay attention to the word observable.

Literally every psychopath documented have had the same deficiencies in the same parts of the brain. And no, normal is defined by the norm, if you truly find violence pleasurable it's not normal. Revenge is human nature, but enjoying "crushing someone's skull" is different from revenge, defending yourself and hurting others are two entirely different things.

It doesn't seem like this is getting through to you so this is where I end the debate. Goodnight.
#342 to #341 - infinitereaper
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Tsk. You're just a self righteous prick. I'll just make this guess right now, I don't need to insult you do I? I'm sure... you know what you are already.

Anyways, you're only half right. Thanks for the half truths, goodnight.
#58 to #42 - fuzzyballs
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1) you're a liar, that much is obvious
2) you're not a badass

have a nice day loser
#93 to #58 - infinitereaper
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No no, I'll tell you what's really going on here.
If I'm on the internet, especially this type of site I have to be beta, I'll tell you am actually mostly beta, except when it comes to this subject. I've got no reason to lie, and don't believe for a minute that I'm a bad ass, I simply like destroying smug bastards who think it's okay to make people miserable for their own pleasure.

You don't have to believe me, in fact, you don't have to do anything. Losers talk about the way the world is, and not how it should be. I'll take retribution against any asshole who wants to **** with me, but that's just me. Maybe I am a loser, but I damn well won't go down without a fight.

Stop getting offended because of your own weakness, you shouldn't bring everyone down to your level just because of that.
#146 to #93 - fuzzyballs
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sure ya do buddy
there's no need to try and prove yourself, I'm not going to buy it
#147 to #146 - infinitereaper
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Listen I'm just trying to make a point here, you can believe whatever you want, it's not like anyone likes to admit that they are wrong. And it's not like I care what you think anyway.
#150 to #147 - fuzzyballs
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and of course you care so little you first tried to prove yourself, and then care so little that you actually had to tell me you don't care
#165 to #150 - infinitereaper
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Whatever makes you sleep at night kid.
#186 to #165 - fuzzyballs
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that's right buddy
just keep on puffing

by the way, I'm not the one thumbing you down, I don't want you to think I'm that petty
#211 to #186 - infinitereaper
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Oh huff puff, this is the internet, it's not like I can punch you in the face, so I'm not going to stress about it. Just stop being obnoxious and mind your own business. Don't take out your own misfortune in life on me.
#212 to #211 - infinitereaper
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I've never really cared about thumbs, it's the people behind them that spike my interest.
#26 - PedoBearFTW
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This didn't happen in school, but it was still basically the same moral.   
I was on a playground once, and made a new friend. He was a pretty heavy guy, and this kid and his friends were picking on him, and I saw him push my fat friend on the ground. They were all laughing, and as they were leaving, I confronted the bully. I said &quot;Why are you picking on him? He didn't do anything to you.&quot; He elbows me in the nose, and I just lost it. I punched him square in the face, and he ran off to his mom crying. His friends didn't want to talk to the snot-nosed crying little ****, and his parents made him come over and apologize to me. It was awesome.
This didn't happen in school, but it was still basically the same moral.
I was on a playground once, and made a new friend. He was a pretty heavy guy, and this kid and his friends were picking on him, and I saw him push my fat friend on the ground. They were all laughing, and as they were leaving, I confronted the bully. I said "Why are you picking on him? He didn't do anything to you." He elbows me in the nose, and I just lost it. I punched him square in the face, and he ran off to his mom crying. His friends didn't want to talk to the snot-nosed crying little ****, and his parents made him come over and apologize to me. It was awesome.
#15 - weenieandthebutt
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Just when you think the power of likes will save Africa or cure cancer, it can apparently abolish bullying too. I agree with the guy and just as you can't tell rapists to stop raping or to tell offenders to stop stealing, abusing etc, you can't tell bullies to stop bullying. Victims should be allowed to hit back without getting into trouble since it's still a form of self-defense. Sometimes you just have to beat the **** out of them and put them in their place, only then they'd fear you or even respect you. The only time I'd say it's a bad idea to fight back is if you're dealing with a whole gang of them where if you beat up one, the rest of the vindictive lot will seek revenge.

Teachers in general seriously need to do more about bullying other than their stupid little peaceful awareness ****. They need to seriously expel bullies so that they don't cause any harm (or even disruption) towards a widespread class. Rather than give them the usual detention where they'll come out looking even more of that 'badass', they should enforce punishments that are painfully humiliating. For them, there is no punishment worse than hurting their pride.