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What are some of the worst things a person has done to you?
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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 ..


im sorry if i upset you i just wasnt exactly sure what to say but i wanted to say something
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Posted 4/29/13

MorteIncaratum wrote:


Yuumi4 wrote:


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 ..


im sorry if i upset you i just wasnt exactly sure what to say but i wanted to say something


No worries~~ I'm not upset or anything n__n I wasn't sure what to reply either xD I'm already glad you read my long long post and replied, really! So thanks, for being understanding and stuff
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Posted 4/29/13

Yuumi4 wrote:


MorteIncaratum wrote:


Yuumi4 wrote:


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 ..


im sorry if i upset you i just wasnt exactly sure what to say but i wanted to say something


No worries~~ I'm not upset or anything n__n I wasn't sure what to reply either xD I'm already glad you read my long long post and replied, really! So thanks, for being understanding and stuff


oh ok your welcome
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Well I was molested as a child by a teenager who lived next door...


You noooo you liked it~
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Th-they.... They ate.... All my food. T_T
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ducky04 wrote:


ZenZaku wrote:

Well I was molested as a child by a teenager who lived next door...


You noooo you liked it~


I don't know if I did or not. It's been about 14 years or so now. Other than that it happened the details are kinda fuzzy.
Posted 4/30/13 , edited 4/30/13
One time me and some friends planned a trip to hang out on the river for a bit. You know, doing some outdoor activities and all that jazz. The day finally comes to do it, I come to the meeting spot, and nobody shows up. I was so pissed considering I woke up at 5 in the morning to come there and just so frustrated. Later on I found out it had been called off (of course no one told me). It's not really like a 'horrible' thing but it really ticked me off for a while.
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I was dumped by the mother of my child, immediately after he was born. Then she and her family tried to take him away from me and cut me out of his life. And that's not even the tip of the iceberg.
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This girl in highschool called me names behind my back. She tried to get my friends to not hang around me anymore. She also had "spys" which were kids who talked to me and tried to get me to say something bad about her. And she did the otaku thing and wrote my name in a death note cause she hated me that much. And to top it off she made out with the guy I liked in front of my classroom......
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If you wish to know.....
No friends, bullied... then some *ss made a website completely mocking my family and I
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I had a girl once that I started seeing. Things were going great at first and I really liked her. She told me she had some things that really traumatized her a year or so before we met, her best friend past away and another of her friends raped her. I knew these things but it didn't change the fact that I still cared for her or wanted a relationship with her. I was willing to take things slow and told her that if anything made her uncomfortable just to say so and I'd back off. One day while we were hanging out she told me that I was just like the guy who raped her. She went off on me, I was just sitting there in shock and completely caught off guard. She told me that she never wanted to see me again and walked off. At first I was really upset that she would say those things but decided that there wasn't really anything I could do about it. Later that day she found me outside of my class and started acting like nothing had happened, she even wanted to hang out. I was so confused and told her that I forgave her for what she said but thought it was better for both of us if we stopped seeing each other. Over the next few months things would get weirder and weirder with her. She started hanging around with my group of friends and would text me all the time. She would jump around from trying to start a normal conversation with me to freaking out and going off on me. She would follow me around at school and would even draw pictures of me. She was very talented and one of her pictures even made it into the school newspaper. She started spreading rumors about me and it caused a ton of problems for me, yet she would persistently try to talk to me. I lost most of my friends because of the things going on. In the end it created a nightmare for me and only after graduating was I able to get away from it. I talked to some of the people she used to be friends with from before me, and tried to figure out what was going on, they all told me the same thing, that none of them had ever seen either of the guys from her past that she said she was so close to. I tried looking up obituaries of the guy who passed and I never found a thing about someone with that name nor did I ever find anything about the guy who raped her.
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I was adopted at a later age and had to go through some abusive foster homes.

Idk. That sucked. A lot. People think that the foster/adoption system is all rainbows and candy, but it's actually a NIGHTMARE for kids who don't get adopted right away, and even for some that do. If you knock somebody up, please, at least TRY to be responsible.

I guess it would take me weeks to explain all my experiences, so I'll just leave ya with that.
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Erm... Well, the worst thing to happen to me (discounting the things I've seen happen to people) are the panic attacks and general anxiety I've had recently. Hard to really say why, since I've been pretty good at bouncing back in the past. I've been molested, kidnapped (few times), beaten (once, with a steel pipe), crushed as a child so that my collar bone broke, homeless (several times), robbed, cheated on (only once!), and betrayed by my friends. It might sound kind of odd to some folks, but after the first few things happened earlier on, it stopped really affecting me in the same way. That's why the anxiety is the worst part, y'see - the panic attacks (in my adult life) began after my ex left me, and I ended up without a place to stay for a few months.

I've learned my lesson, at least - when I was in high school, I used to think poorly of how people responded to grief. Now, I know better than to judge anyone. Lessons, lessons everywhere! It might even have made me a better person... maybe?

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In fourth grade, as our grade were moving into a refurnished classroom, everyone was attempting to find their original desk as they had been haphazardly dropped all around the room. Some anonymous genius had also seen fit to place a television in the centre of a large group of said desks. Anyway as one of the girls lifted a lid to check its owner, she noticed too late that part of the desk was beneath a corner of the television and so it toppled. I saw the whole thing happening and dived (I mean literally dived) under this TV breaking its fall and acquiring a nasty bruise in the process. Physically it was one of the bravest things I'd ever done; I was rather proud of myself actually.

I ended up in detention that afternoon cleaning up the blackboard/ground after other people's filth. The teacher's fable was that I'd been playing hide and seek with my friends and had stepped on the television's cord, causing the monstrosity to fall on top of me. It was an elaborate tale she wove from thin air, managing nonetheless to establish me as some kind of comical, snot-nosed wimp. She was a bit of an uber-feminist and was not at all hesitant to admitting she believed girls superior, so I dunno whether that came into it, but disregarding that theory, there were still numerous witnesses (including the girl in question I might add) who completely ignored me.

Incredibly two years later she mentioned the 'crime' to my sister's class as well, mentioning me by name. T'was then that I decided I would track this woman to her death bed and force a confession.

For ten years now I have waited.
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Can I just hug you all?
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