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Posted 2/19/13

animegirl2222 wrote:

Height really doesn't matter, height does not automatically equal strength.
There are plenty of shorter people who can beat the shit out of you.
And there are plenty weak taller people.



Exactly. I have seen small dudes taking on people that are twice their size and destroying them.

Posted 2/19/13
i was bullied once without knowing and my brother beat the crap out of the guy doing the bulling
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I had bullying troubles in 6th grade. After that, I grew at an alarming rate and it all stopped. By the time I was in high school, the same dork who was bullying me in the 6th grade wanted to be my friend!

P.S. He turned out to be more of a nerd than I was!!
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animecrazy14 wrote:

Some people TRIED to bully me but it never worked. I suppose the best way to get rid of it is just to ignore it or tell someone.


I thought the best way was to knock their teeth out.
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Posted 2/19/13

Shrapnel893 wrote:


animecrazy14 wrote:

Some people TRIED to bully me but it never worked. I suppose the best way to get rid of it is just to ignore it or tell someone.


I thought the best way was to knock their teeth out.


That works too and makes for great stories later. You just brought back great memories of how my brother didn't lose a single baby tooth naturally thanks to my endless efforts and those of the dentist. Ah...good times.
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I was bullied once, then I put him out of school for a week. He was still black and blue when he came back. As he started the altercation and I was acting in self defense. (I had a class of witnesses the teacher had stepped out for a few.) Nothing happened to me. Oddly enough from that point on 6th grade up through high school no one really tried anything. That's not to say I avoided all altercations, but none related to bullying.
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Bullying is a huge issue that needs to stop, but it seems like the victims really can´t do that much.

Personally I´ve never seen someone go to a person in charge, in my experiance they seem much more likely to try to tough it out or handel it on their own

Not to mention because people don't want to condone violence in any way if the victim fights back they get in trouble too.
I´m probably not the only person who remembers a incident that happend at a public school in Australia about a year ago where a boy was getting physically bullied by a kid his age though the bully was smaller than his victim. In the end the victim snapped and retaliated, this was all recorded via cammera phone and posted online. In the end three people were suspended, the bully, the victim, and the student who recorded the incident.

Bullying is unfortunetly a huge issue that won't go away overnight but when stuff like this happens and people especialy young people don't know how to stand up for themselves it just makes things worse.
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In all my years during school (13 years in school so far), there was always that one person that bullied you or did some kind of abuse, and when you tried to involve the adults in it, it turns out they we're 'playing around'.

What could be the difference between bullying and 'playing around'? I've never gotten over people spitting on my belongings, being tripped up on purpose and other verbal comments about my body/behaviour. When it involves the adults, there was a chance when the situation was over, the bullying would be much, much harsher on me (Rumours spreads, people avoiding you)
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I never got bullied which is a bit surprising, then again I kept to myself and didn't really talk to many people. Loved being that strange kid in the back of the class staring out the window or reading a book like I wasn't even there.

Why do people allow it though, well my guess is they are to scared of what will happen if they do something. People often bully "weaker" people so they couldn't win in a fight, and teachers don't do anything 90% of the time so what else can they do?
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I don't. People have tried to bully me but after giving them a death-stare they left me alone.
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Posted 2/20/13
i;ve been bully before, at first i was scared of getting into trouble and being weak. but soon i found out i could easily kick their asses. but instead i used them as playing cards whenever i got myself into trouble.

though the group that racially attacked me was to big so i usually fend em off with the flight method.
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Posted 2/20/13
I've always been a tough little kid. I'd fight anyone if they gave me a reason to... But I learned from a very young age that standing up for myself will either get me lectured or get my ass whooped or maybe even both. That's why I grew up just keeping to myself and bottling everything up. I did get bullied in my freshman year of high school, but it's not the kind of bullying you can stop just by throwing punches.. From my personal experience.. If you learn to not give a fuck about anything or anyone outside of yourself, then no matter what people do or say to you it's very easy to brush them off.... Bullies just want attention. Ignore them and they'll move on to someone else who can provide them the attention they need. Also, having the ability to punch a wall without flinching can be a very good asset.
Posted 2/20/13
because the idiot doesnt simply push back
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Sometimes, when someone is being that way, I can tell if I try and defend myself its going to be too much work to get them to come off their high horse and realize I'm another human being like them. But I know I should.. -Sigh-
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