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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #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"?
User avatar #157 to #155 - killerliquid
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As in switch schools mate.
User avatar #158 to #157 - srapture
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Ah, makes sense.
User avatar #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).
User avatar #180 to #179 - killerliquid
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Something like that may have to do with the teachers.
User avatar #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.
User avatar #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).
User avatar #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.
User avatar #110 to #105 - sonicg
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Still worth it. That and you can catch him when he's alone.
User avatar #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.
User avatar #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.
User avatar #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.
User avatar #317 - awesomenessdefined
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If you tried to bully back a kid nowadays, he comes back with friends. If he isn't a real bully, he'll try and save pride by saying something like 'You're not worth it'

Either way the answer is to keep beating the **** out of him. Be the Bully.
User avatar #331 to #317 - champaigne
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Or the bully would tell on you for bullying him, and then come back the next day and do it all over again until you were expelled and he could move on to the next person
User avatar #333 to #331 - awesomenessdefined
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If the bully tells on you then odds are the faculty will care about as much as you telling on the bully. So you keep beating him up. Complete role reversal.
User avatar #336 to #333 - champaigne
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Nope, chances are he'll have bruises and friends as witnesses to back him up. And of course if he's the bully he'll be the one initiating and choose a time and place that only him and his friends will be
User avatar #297 - AnomynousUser
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>Be me in grade school
>Kid 2 grades above me starts bullying my friend
>I jump on his back and go *******
>Get black eye, other kid gets in a lot of trouble with the principal and I only have to do a day or two of lunch duty
>Never get bullied before or after that incident

I'm not sure if it's because I stood up for my friend, or because I am one of those people who makes it obvious that I don't care for what others think of me, but I was never directly bullied... And if I was, they didn't do it well enough for me to remember.
User avatar #313 to #297 - durkadurka
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Were you/are you bigger than the average person? I'm pretty sure that's the reason I was never really bullied.
User avatar #330 to #313 - tigersstripes
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Thats not the only thing though, I am a small girl (5'5 now, 90lb, going in to 10th grade) and i have never been bothered. I have shown I
1: Don't give a ****
and
2: Will stand up for myself if it gets overboard
Also, i don't talk to many people. I have never seen bullying as much of a real threat, but that may be because i always pick mentally strong friends.
Tl;dr Don't give a ****, be strong, people don't **** with you.
User avatar #318 to #313 - AnomynousUser
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Nope, I was pretty average until everyone got fully grown (I'm only 5'8 now, and not going to be growing much more), so if anything I was smaller than others. I just wouldn't (and still don't) care whether or not I'd get beat up, as long as I'm not pushed around.
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#253 - nyxion
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I thought you have guns in murica, don't you?
User avatar #252 - zorororonoa
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Exactly. I got bullied in Jr. High. It was mostly verbal bullying, which didn't bother me that much, but one day he was pushing me around and ****. I wasn't about to put up with that, so i punched him in the face. I got suspended, but my parents congratulated me for standing up for myself and let me get a video game.
User avatar #247 - bjartur
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I know that feel, after I was being bullied for 2 years straight, I kicked the faggot's stomach and after that, I was till being bullied because now, after I kicked him in the guts, they started calling me " ninja kid " and " bling bling gangstah ninja " because I wore a necklace once and that continued for 4 years straight then I had enough.

The main bully took me lift me up and there I got enraged and snapped his arm in 4 places and threatened another guy with a pocketknife, some people still call me ninja kid but I just start running after them adn then they run away.

TL;DR a bully bullied me for kicking a bully = I snapped the other bully's arm.
#241 - thelightbulb
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Oh God I love My Job
#209 - GoldenLotus
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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.
#203 - wickkles
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That guy has the right idea.
User avatar #201 - nitsuan
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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!
#221 to #201 - lemleet
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i call ******** on the first option. if you just ignore those people they will go on and try to humilate you even more and you will be a sissy in front of everyone. i experienced that myself. the best way is, like your granddad told, to man the **** up and punch those cunts in the face as hard as you can. the consequences are a small price to pay for the feeling you'd have afterwards. noone will ever bully you again.
User avatar #249 to #221 - nitsuan
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I don't know, it's never let me down before ,though, I guess one may argue that I have not been picked on a lot to begin with. I can't deny the results of the "knock 'em out" way though!
#174 - dolphinwing
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What that man is very true and no one wants to listen cuz they don't want their kids to be violent or get in trouble. I would know cuz I was bullied by virtually everyone in my school, only 2 other kids actually liked me. I stood up for myself a few times and got in trouble. Then in high school I was sexually harassed a lot so I had to defend myself cuz even after telling teachers no one did ****. It finally it ended when I stabbed a kid with a pencil (it just so happened that it was freshly sharpened and in my hand when he almost groped my chest) Kids need to defend themselves, it's unfortunate but no one is going to help you except yourself.
User avatar #178 to #174 - HarvietheDinkle
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Thing is, it's often the people who instigate physical violence that are the only ones to get into trouble. Verbal abuse goes unnoticed/unpunished a lot
#182 to #178 - dolphinwing
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It's worth it to get in trouble cuz they don't bother you anymore after they figure out you will fight back and my rents defended me as well
User avatar #168 - syntheticdoll
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My parents always told me, if I ever get bullied, tell the teachers. If they don't do **** about it, I can beat the **** out of him and if the school will make him the victim they will defend me.
Luckily I didn't get much bullying even as someone who dresses differently than the normal so I never had to make any moves about it.
User avatar #83 - ritzrules
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*thunderous applause*
#76 - sonofmymother
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John Williams
#75 - Visual
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So my school made some kind of new "rule" right before school ended for the summer. Anyone who crowded around to watch a fight was considered to be instigators of some sort and would face consequences too. Their reasoning was because "it blocks DJ 4DM1Nistrators and police from intervening".

Now you are literally punished for being a bystander who happened to be in the wrong place at the wrong time.
User avatar #32 - GnRNoD
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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.
#23 - regretfulkarma
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I had a bully problem in middle school, he was saying **** to me  in class sitting next to me, when teachers back was turned i punched him straight in the face, he went to retaliate he couldn't do **** because the teacher saw him try. No problems since.   
MFW
I had a bully problem in middle school, he was saying **** to me in class sitting next to me, when teachers back was turned i punched him straight in the face, he went to retaliate he couldn't do **** because the teacher saw him try. No problems since.
MFW
User avatar #33 to #23 - fuckfacez
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what's your name because something similar happened to someone at my school
#19 - anon id: 40eefbe0
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I've got a few stories involving standing up to 'bullies' if anyone wants to hear them?
User avatar #20 to #19 - zzforrest
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If you are an anon, there isn't any reason to hold them back.
Go ahead.