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


once
User avatar #291 - useroftheLOLZ (06/17/2013) [+] (5 replies)
>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
User avatar #304 to #299 - useroftheLOLZ (06/17/2013) [-]
**** , don goofed, my two friends left when I entered Jr. High
User avatar #283 - mrnoodlez ONLINE (06/17/2013) [+] (7 replies)
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.
User avatar #332 to #326 - mrnoodlez ONLINE (06/17/2013) [-]
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.
#281 - lambocj (06/17/2013) [-]
<----- my school.
<----- my school.
#276 - lambocj (06/17/2013) [-]
You must train your kid how to fight. No matter what.
You must train your kid how to fight. No matter what.
#263 - gardenjustice (06/17/2013) [+] (1 reply)
>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 (06/17/2013) [-]
Cool story bro.
#256 - swedishassassin (06/17/2013) [+] (2 replies)
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)
#236 - ScruffytheJanitor (06/16/2013) [-]
As my dad taught me, fill a sock with quarters and hit that ***** in the face with it.
#222 - hauntzor (06/16/2013) [-]
I'm starting college this year and I'd like to get a degree in education and become a teacher, possibly at the high school level.

It really pisses me off how so many school officials underplay bullying situations even when they themselves are the ones pushing for its prevention in their own environments. I'm determined to not become as apathetic as today's educators about issues like this. If a student comes up to me with a bullying problem, I'm investigating the **** out of that **** no matter what. If it ends up getting me in trouble because of some bitchy parents, so be it, but I'm not about to set another bad example to new generations of students that teachers can't intervene properly with bullying problems.
#216 - freshbakedrolls (06/16/2013) [-]
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.
#204 - obnoxygen (06/16/2013) [+] (3 replies)
>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?
#220 to #218 - thecommittee (06/16/2013) [-]
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
User avatar #156 - awesomeruben (06/16/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Im Reading all these comments, did everybody in FJ get bullied??
User avatar #151 - killerliquid (06/16/2013) [+] (5 replies)
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.
User avatar #148 - ryukyukids (06/16/2013) [-]
What the hell does being a sing mother have to do with your daughter getting bullied?
User avatar #119 - entarasu (06/16/2013) [-]
'aaaa dont stop i like it' this is the way you get rid of them
#62 - delivering (06/16/2013) [-]
I was bullied for most of elementary school.

At first, I mostly ignored them, because it was only verbal, but after that when they actually started physically attacking me, I attacked back. I once almost smashed a kid's head with a nearby brick.

It didn't help. Me physically retaliating just egged them on, and they started doing it even out of school.

Only when I started completely ignoring them - not even recognizing their presence - did they actually stop. It took a while, but they just lost interest, and moved on.

I just wanted to say this, because in my experience, the reverse thing happened.

And before you even ask - of course the teachers were useless. Does it even need saying?
#61 - sparkysparkybooman (06/16/2013) [+] (3 replies)
I rememmber my freshman year of HS. basically there was this douche who pissed off all my friends (he messed with my GF, he made extremely racist remarks towards certain friends, he'd follow us around and try to start **** etc.) Since I had been in fights before and they never really solve much, they kinda make more drama, I decided to report these events to the principal(s). After me and 5 other witnesses telling the principal(s) multiple times of the course of a few weeks (even the kids GF came in with text messages of the kid bragging about it) they didn't do **** . So basically one day my friends and I confront the kid, tell him he needs to stop or **** will end bad, and he threw a punch at my friend. My friend blocked it, hit the kid twice in the face, then started to literally smash his face against a concrete wall until he blacked out. Let me just say, this was the best momement of my life. The kids face was ****** UP. Blood was literally POURING out of his mouth (his teeth had cut his gums), he spit out a tooth, and could barely walk. I found out the next day he had a severe concussion, stiches on the inside of his mouth, and lost a couple teeth. ******* great day.

Only stupid thing was, the kid came back the next day and kept talking **** . But it didn't matter, whenever he would talk people would just laugh at him, he looked like his face was put in a blender.
#42 - infinitereaper (06/16/2013) [+] (25 replies)
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.
User avatar #58 to #42 - fuzzyballs (06/16/2013) [-]
1) you're a liar, that much is obvious
2) you're not a badass

have a nice day loser
#26 - PedoBearFTW (06/16/2013) [-]
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.
User avatar #15 - weenieandthebutt (06/16/2013) [-]
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.
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