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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.
#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.
#279 - anonexplains (06/17/2013) [-]
That father is amazing.
#278 - lionti (06/17/2013) [-]
It took me 4 years to do something about my bully when I was in high school. I told teachers, my mum and dad, my older brother and no one could do a thing. About half way through the final year of school I thought "what would be the worst thing if I stood up for myself?" so at the end of lunch one day I grabbed the back of his head and smashed his face into his locker door...his nose didn’t just break it ******* exploded, he fell on the ground with his face in his hands screaming. For the rest of the school year no one ****** with me. The point of this is that a bully can’t be told to leave you alone; you need to make them leave you alone. My only regret is that I didn’t break his nose 4 years sooner.
#266 - fukyeahraptorr (06/17/2013) [-]
>be me
> have been in lots of schools because my parents moved 3 different countries
>last place we moved to was Denmark
> mfw I am 1 of the most popular kid in class because my parents moved alot
#264 - anonexplains (06/17/2013) [-]
Bullies lack the empathy to be negotiated with. Just beat the piss out of them. They'll stop being a bully when they cry in front of everyone in class.
#209 - GoldenLotus (06/16/2013) [-]
When I was in middle school, there was this kid who picked on me a good amount. Nothing too serious, but always trying to insult me whenever close and stuff. During PE I accidentally (it really was an accident) kicked him hard in the face and gave him a bloody nose. After that we talked more and became friends.
User avatar #205 - highhopes (06/16/2013) [+] (9 replies)
I had to change school twice when I was younger. The first time, there was this fat girl who made faces at me and made jokes loudly about me when I first entered the classroom. She continued this in the recess, and I didn't quite understand what happened because I had never been bullied before. So I did what felt natural, and I pointed out the things that were wrong about HER. Which was, if I can remember correctly, a LOT. To make a short story even shorter, she had to quit the next year.

The second time I had to move, I was a lot wiser, so I found out who was the toughest guy in the class the first day, and I started a fight with him in front of everyone. Because he didn't want to fight a girl, I "won". No one has ever bothered me where I live now.

If I ever get any kids, I'll advice them to do the same. Show them that you're not a person who takes crap from anyone (but your friends).
#203 - wickkles (06/16/2013) [-]
That guy has the right idea.
User avatar #201 - nitsuan (06/16/2013) [+] (2 replies)
I see two ways to deal with bullies:

First option: Ignore them; literally pay them no heed as if they did not exist even if they are directly speaking to you. This infuriates most to where it is actually hilarious, or in my opinion at least. This will send most of them away in time.

Second option: My grandpa once said that if you have a bully that is going to violently act on you or just wont go no matter how hard you try "Use those god given fist and make sure he never comes back".

I'm not big on the idea of violence, but sometimes you have to send the message!
#199 - thecommittee (06/16/2013) [-]
I got bullied allot in elementary school, I never did a thing and later, when i got out of elementary school, I went to a different middle school than all of them. There where a few of them in my new middle school and I tried to hold a grudge for a bit before realizing it was silly, they had all gotten over there hate for me and so did I. These days none bullies exept on rare occasions, when it dose happen I make such a huge disruptive deal out of it without getting physical that they have to do something. The one time this hasn't worked was when the one asshole stole my amazing super badass safari hat in the last weeks of school this year, I went full detective on his ass and proved unequivocally that he stole it but the school never managed to get him to give it back, just didn't care enough. sad thing is the hat was quite old and given to me by an elderly friend of my dads so i won't be able to get another one just like it.

Pic related, my hat looked a bit like this.
User avatar #107 - Lintutu (06/16/2013) [-]
I was always more afraid of defending myself because I didn't want to get suspended and miss school work
#106 - ohokay (06/16/2013) [-]
When I was younger I was bullied, then I started cracking jokes and all was good.
User avatar #101 - empithree (06/16/2013) [-]
and then they ****** ?
User avatar #97 - sonicg (06/16/2013) [-]
Never really had a 'problem' with bullies per say, rather there was a few kids here and there that thought they were cool and would talk **** to me. My method of dealing with them, since I was always taller than them; Stand up, get in their face making sure you're speaking loud enough so they can't get a word in edgewise and just keep walking forward enough to where they trip and fall or try to push you, if they push you cock that meaty fist of your back and lodge it in their face (bonus points if their head bounces off of something like a locker). Sure, you might get suspended from school or something, but it's worth it because the 'bully' and his friends won't ever **** with you again.
#92 - trishmay (06/16/2013) [-]
When I was in high school, I was bullied for being an out lesbian. Teachers would torment me, as well as security personnel. What actually helped me was forcing the principals to do something. I would cut class and go to the office as often as it took until something was done. By my last year of high school, I was one of the most popular students, and, when other kids had problems, my school did something about it.
User avatar #32 - GnRNoD (06/16/2013) [-]
I never had a problem with bullies until I started at a new school and became friends with "the losers" I defended them... Long story short the next year we were all friends.
Also to make a note this was a very VERY poor public school.
User avatar #22 - mynameisnotmike (06/16/2013) [-]
Yeah that's all fine and dandy for a girl but for guys who get bullied, if you retaliate you are ****** . The bully will most likely get his friends to jump you/hurt you even worse.
#19 - anonexplains (06/16/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I've got a few stories involving standing up to 'bullies' if anyone wants to hear them?
#14 - anonexplains (06/16/2013) [-]
Used to have trouble with bullies at high school until I stubbed a cigarette on his face.Even better the guy is repeating the school year because of the whole incident.
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