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#279 - anonymous (06/17/2013) [-]
That father is amazing.
#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 - anonymous (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.
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User avatar #247 - bjartur (06/16/2013) [-]
I know that feel, after I was being bullied for 2 years straight, I kicked the ******** 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.
#224 - anonymous (06/16/2013) [-]
Am I too late to bring up the fact that the second comment calls for a flogging?
#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.
#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!
User avatar #194 - redclover ONLINE (06/16/2013) [-]
I don't remember where, but I read some news article about some city that passed a law where parents can be fined up to $150 per incident if their child is a bully. I think this is a great idea because now the parents will have to discipline their little **** if they don't want to keep paying fines.
User avatar #193 - cadaverbox (06/16/2013) [-]
I was bullied in 7-8 grade and onto high school, and half way through freshman year I decided to make that **** cut out. One day we were out on the field and one of the main perpetrators of the bullying pegged a football at my head, and while he was laughing I ran up and made him eat my fist.

We've since become friends.
User avatar #163 - navywannabe (06/16/2013) [-]
When I was in 4th grade, I was ganged-up (if that's a word) by 3 older kids in my school. I was beaten up. I told the priciple after I woke up and went inside. (all bloddied)
Her responce to my parents..."Boys will be boys."
I wasn't able to get a hit on them.
I was pissed. Not because it happened, but because I let it happen.
I went on the internet and found great self defence books.
My parents signed and paid for classes.
The kids come back.
"You're here for more?" Said the bigger one.
I get pissed (meaning I got the "eye of the tiger" going) because I ain't gonna go through that crap again. I let one kid hit me to justify it as self defence.
Not going into detail of the fight...but I opened a can o' whoop ass.
Principle saw the tape, and says that I will be suspended.
Parents say "boys will be boys."
She (the principle) says to forget she even brought up suspension.
I didn't go the rest of the week anyways. I was a bit worn down from it.
User avatar #154 - arkytior (06/16/2013) [-]
I was hitting bullies with books.
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.
#76 - sonofmymother (06/16/2013) [-]
John Williams
#75 - Visual ONLINE (06/16/2013) [-]
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 #40 - walalalabangbang (06/16/2013) [-]
Wish it was old-school again where you can have a little fist fight and no one had to pay medical bills and **** like that.
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.
#19 - anonymous (06/16/2013) [+] (1 reply)
I've got a few stories involving standing up to 'bullies' if anyone wants to hear them?
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