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What are some of the worst things a person has done to you?
Boazik 
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Posted 4/24/13 , edited 4/24/13
My teacher use to stamp on my hands with high heels and step on my back with them. She would then strike me over the head and call me cruel names. She was a sexist monster as well. I hated school and she even let the older kids hurt me and push me around. This went on for 2 years. From age 4 to 5.
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Posted 4/24/13

99android777 wrote:


Zenairis_Serean wrote:


99android777 wrote:


mwhitco91 wrote:

I pretty much didn't have the high school life people want to have...there were a group of jerks who picked on me just because my laugh was goofy and because I was always nice to the teachers. I was brought up that way...but no one helped me with those guys. It was...it was terrible.


Don't ever let anybody stop you from being yourself no matter what...
And about bullies, they reap what they sow.. which is almost certainly notting any good..



This exactly, I learned the hard way that being yourself is what is important.

In the end everyone is different in some way or another, and not everyone will be happy or like you for what you are, while others will love you.

For example I had a day recently where a customer at work got ticked off for me saying excuse me politely. Most are happy that others use manners, but some get very offended.


Have you ever heard this saying? " I would rather be hated for who I am, rather than liked for who I am not*


I haven't heard that term before, although I agree 100%
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We have gathered here today, and learned one thing. People suck. But no matter what, there will always be that one person, "guardian angel" if you will, that always sticks by you no matter what.

I got the best friends ever.
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Posted 4/24/13
One of my good friends throughout High School needed to borrow a decent amount of money for a "business idea" he had. However the original plan he told me about turned out to be a COMPLETE lie and he instead spent the money on tons of "tree" and "Glass pieces." This was all towards the end of senior year too so shortly after i found out about it, he moved away for college. I didn't really care much after he moved (not like i was gonna chase him down lol) but I WAS happy to hear that he got arrested for illegally growing in his apartment,lost his longtime girlfriend,and totaled his car shortly after this incident :)
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Posted 4/28/13 , edited 4/28/13
thinking i was not a person getting in a complicated view stating much like this.Not really sure if its about the activity the things change as they go like a movie cut and spiced at the second a decision is made.Not giving time to really say i love myself the same or more then anime &so on.... says it all.So me in a sense in another not me because i want to avoid that giving life a chance the dual simple complexity.
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The more I read about the others' stories, the more I feel ashamed to post mine. I didn't mean that in any way as a negative. I just mean that I'm ashamed to post my own story due to its contents.
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Posted 4/29/13
once this girl spread fake rumors about me at school and everyone believed her and i had a hard time making friends. thats all. nothing big really.
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My dad sent me to a religious boarding school where they beat religion into the children with sticks the size of my arm. I wasn't a trouble child or anything my dad is just a religious nut.
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Posted 4/29/13

abdulr wrote:

My dad sent me to a religious boarding school where they beat religion into the children with sticks the size of my arm. I wasn't a trouble child or anything my dad is just a religious nut.



I attained one too, that's actually the ruler. As children everything seemed bigger to us.
Posted 4/29/13
My sis in law getting pissed for no reason and hide my brother's ps3 right when i posted on fb that i had rented a few movies to watch with my aunt, at home and i had a really hard time trying to buy a dvd player. Later on it pissed me off that she was all damn nice and with a puppy face kind of like apologizing. -.- i cant reallt say anything to her since she's too sensitive and cries easily.
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Posted 4/29/13
Hispanic kid in a black neighborhood, got beat up a lot
then we moved, middle school came around, started getting bullied and stop it before it started. Just walk up to the guy, stared intensely with the full intent to get in a fight, and he backed down, never got bother again.

Now its a real nightmare, bureaucracies.
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the person i was with had sex with me then laughed cuz the person had friends in the closet watching the whole time and they all made fun of me and how pathetic i was then they left
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Okay this is going to be a long story but I'll try to keep it short... ><

I didn't have any friends at high school, for about 3 and a half years I was lonely and pretty much invisible. One day I had art class which consisted of two hours, with half an hour of lunch break in between. As everyone is leaving the classroom to go eat, I realize I forgot my water bottle so I walk back to my bag. As I reach the door, it is locked. Yes, the teacher didn't notice I was still in the room so she went out and locked it. The people outside the room noticed that I was locked in and started laughing at me real hard and calling other people to come and see. All they did was stand and point and laugh. I ran away and hid in a corner of the class room so I couldn't be seen from the window next to the door. But, on the opposite side of the door there were 4 large windows, so tons of people gathered there and pointed and laughed and started taking pictures and filming me. So I closed the curtains, but they didn't close entirely. I was determined not to cry, so I didn't. I went back to the corner from before and started eating my lunch. I heard people say "haha, she's definitely crying, her mascara's all smudged" and I thought "too bad I'm not wearing any mascara nor am I crying". After that I continued working on my drawing with a (fake) smile right in front of the window next to the door. After lunch break was over the teacher couldn't stop apologizing and I said it was all right (though it wasn't). A girl who would sometimes talk to me said: "no one came to help you or called a teacher?" and it was only then that I realized I didn't even expect help in the first place. And once I came home I cried a lot.

Yeah... really depressing This was for me the most humiliating and traumatizing experience I had and because of that and other experiences I still find it hard to trust people.
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Posted 4/29/13

Yuumi4 wrote:

Okay this is going to be a long story but I'll try to keep it short... ><

I didn't have any friends at high school, for about 3 and a half years I was lonely and pretty much invisible. One day I had art class which consisted of two hours, with half an hour of lunch break in between. As everyone is leaving the classroom to go eat, I realize I forgot my water bottle so I walk back to my bag. As I reach the door, it is locked. Yes, the teacher didn't notice I was still in the room so she went out and locked it. The people outside the room noticed that I was locked in and started laughing at me real hard and calling other people to come and see. All they did was stand and point and laugh. I ran away and hid in a corner of the class room so I couldn't be seen from the window next to the door. But, on the opposite side of the door there were 4 large windows, so tons of people gathered there and pointed and laughed and started taking pictures and filming me. So I closed the curtains, but they didn't close entirely. I was determined not to cry, so I didn't. I went back to the corner from before and started eating my lunch. I heard people say "haha, she's definitely crying, her mascara's all smudged" and I thought "too bad I'm not wearing any mascara nor am I crying". After that I continued working on my drawing with a (fake) smile right in front of the window next to the door. After lunch break was over the teacher couldn't stop apologizing and I said it was all right (though it wasn't). A girl who would sometimes talk to me said: "no one came to help you or called a teacher?" and it was only then that I realized I didn't even expect help in the first place. And once I came home I cried a lot.

Yeah... really depressing This was for me the most humiliating and traumatizing experience I had and because of that and other experiences I still find it hard to trust people.


that was a horrible situation
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Posted 4/29/13

MorteIncaratum wrote:


Yuumi4 wrote:

Okay this is going to be a long story but I'll try to keep it short... ><

I didn't have any friends at high school, for about 3 and a half years I was lonely and pretty much invisible. One day I had art class which consisted of two hours, with half an hour of lunch break in between. As everyone is leaving the classroom to go eat, I realize I forgot my water bottle so I walk back to my bag. As I reach the door, it is locked. Yes, the teacher didn't notice I was still in the room so she went out and locked it. The people outside the room noticed that I was locked in and started laughing at me real hard and calling other people to come and see. All they did was stand and point and laugh. I ran away and hid in a corner of the class room so I couldn't be seen from the window next to the door. But, on the opposite side of the door there were 4 large windows, so tons of people gathered there and pointed and laughed and started taking pictures and filming me. So I closed the curtains, but they didn't close entirely. I was determined not to cry, so I didn't. I went back to the corner from before and started eating my lunch. I heard people say "haha, she's definitely crying, her mascara's all smudged" and I thought "too bad I'm not wearing any mascara nor am I crying". After that I continued working on my drawing with a (fake) smile right in front of the window next to the door. After lunch break was over the teacher couldn't stop apologizing and I said it was all right (though it wasn't). A girl who would sometimes talk to me said: "no one came to help you or called a teacher?" and it was only then that I realized I didn't even expect help in the first place. And once I came home I cried a lot.

Yeah... really depressing This was for me the most humiliating and traumatizing experience I had and because of that and other experiences I still find it hard to trust people.


that was a horrible situation


No shit ..
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