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2012-07-09 09:55:05 AM  
I know a guy who became a vice president of a giant conglomerate, to get back at the bullies. Seriously.
 
2012-07-09 09:55:39 AM  

PunGent: kliq: The best use of the pent-up anger from being bullied: kick ass at the gym. Even if you never meet those bastards again, you'll be happy with the muscles you'll sprout, in addition to being happier from channeling a deep reservoir of rage.

This.

Got picked on, not too badly, in high school. But there's a couple guys who I remember quite clearly.

Been to every reunion since, not looking for trouble, but if one of those fat, weak, balding bullying mofos wants to start something, well, it won't be me backing down this time. Got a couple decades of various martial arts to try out...in self defense only.



Are you sure you weren't actually one of the bullies, you've just misremembered it?
 
2012-07-09 09:55:45 AM  

WhyteRaven74: ontariolightning: They were cowards

As were the people who bullied them, who never were punished for it. And of course nothing changed at the school afterwards.


Not true. Now the school has a plaque with some names on it.

But yeah, nobody who perpetuates the culture that leads to school shootings will ever even admit they carry some responsibility for how things eventually turn out, let alone actually do anything about it.
 
2012-07-09 09:56:29 AM  
I recently found out that the guy who bullied me in junior high committed suicide earlier last year. I'm not sure how to feel about it.
 
2012-07-09 09:56:40 AM  
So much for free speech.
 
2012-07-09 09:59:24 AM  

Optimus Primate: Apologies while I enable CSB:

When I was in high school, it was almost impossible to fight the compelling urges that constantly urged me to kill... I tried to fit in as best as I could (I was adopted). Luckily, my adopted dad saw me for what I was: Broken and twisted inside. He taught me to assimilate into "normal society" so that my secret desires and needs went unrecognized by the 'Norms'. He took me on weekend hunting trips where he would allow me to deliver the killing blows to various animals such as deer and raccoons - and it helped to quench that bottomless pit of flame inside my empty soul - and it saved a lot of innocent people from my cold rage. Not even my own sister ever had a clue that I was a being with no emotions, whose only solace was found in taking life.

Irony of ironies, I ended up working in law enforcement (as did my sis)...every day is a challenge to control that part of me that looks upon every living being as a "thing" that's needs to be cleansed from the earth like a virus. I see myself as some kind of goddam living antiseptic with a blade and I wish I could be disgusted about it, but it's who I am, and I refuse to hate myself.

End CSB.
/fark bullies...they deserve anything they receive in punishment


This thread reminds me that sometimes the scars don't go away.

I was at the center of a major incident a few years ago. There was a new group of people and they decided that they should be top shiat. They wanted everyone to assimilate and be like them. Sadly, after much poking and prodding, I joined their collective ranks and became like them. I lost my identitty and sense of being. I even started going by a different name. Fortunately, my close friends at work decided to save me and show me the importance of being myself.

I was freed but the scars still longer. I eould wake up from night,ares of the hellish time. We ran into them a few years later and they hadn't changed. Now, some may call revenge petty but I believe that a line must be drawn here. You can call me petty but they will get there's and I will make them pay for why they have done.
 
2012-07-09 10:02:22 AM  
Man, what has happened to Fark? Comments used to be witty and sarcastic and people were generally intelligent and laid back.

Now we have this crap.
 
2012-07-09 10:02:28 AM  
I got bullied more in middle school than high school. But damn, let it go. I haven't seen those guys in so many years, it took me a few minutes to remember the main guy's name.

If you're still holding that grudge they still have power over you. Let it go, you'll feel better.
 
2012-07-09 10:03:35 AM  

JungleBoogie: I know a guy who became a vice president of a giant conglomerate, to get back at the bullies. Seriously.


Did he bankrupt their 401k and have teh lulz?
 
2012-07-09 10:04:05 AM  

Asako: So much for free speech.


This is basically the equivalent of yelling "fire" in a movie theater. He was trying to cause a public panic.
 
2012-07-09 10:04:13 AM  
John Marshall was the first chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Most people have never heard of John Marshall even though he was the George Washington of the Supreme court. There are probably lots of high schools named John Marshall, for example, the one in Portland, Oregon that's thousands of miles from Texas and has nothing to do with Jason Carroll Moss (who is in jail at the moment):
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But that didn't stopped Facebook from erasing all traces of all Marshall high schools from its servers.
 
2012-07-09 10:04:19 AM  
I think a lot of the people that don't see what the "big deal is" were not truly bullied in their formative years.

As a black, jewish, 2-years younger, financial aid case, that was the smallest kid in three grades, I can say with certainty that the average person has no concept of what constant bullying can do to a person's psyche and sense of self worth. To wake up each day knowing that you will be beaten, farked with and laughed at by numerous people is soul crushing. Knowing you'll get no support from teachers or even other students that get bullied only makes the sense of despair worse.

Getting pushed into walls, punched, beaten and humiliated on a daily basis shouldn't be dismissed so lightly. And it's not like the effect magically disappears after high school. With many it makes them paranoid, untrusting and so socially inept that they have trouble forming any meaningful friendships after that. So the habit of reclusion and paranoia just repeats itself.

I don't think what the guy did was right, but I can see where he's coming from. This was the lashing out that he couldn't muster the courage to do in high school. I hope he gets some help. Still not understanding the hero tag though.

/sorry. didn't mean to turn this into vent fest. Bullying is a hard topic for me and hard to discuss without thinking of the hell I went through growing up
 
2012-07-09 10:04:25 AM  
sounds STUPID but the bullied person is usually his own BULLY.
 
2012-07-09 10:09:17 AM  

JungleBoogie: I know a guy who became a vice president of a giant conglomerate, to get back at the bullies. Seriously.


VP isn't much of anything cool in a Giant Conglomerate. In banks (where i was one) it just means your an officer and can go to jail. YAY!

/didn't go to jail
 
2012-07-09 10:09:50 AM  

safari joe does it again: I think a lot of the people that don't see what the "big deal is" were not truly bullied in their formative years.

As a black, jewish, 2-years younger, financial aid case, that was the smallest kid in three grades, I can say with certainty that the average person has no concept of what constant bullying can do to a person's psyche and sense of self worth. To wake up each day knowing that you will be beaten, farked with and laughed at by numerous people is soul crushing. Knowing you'll get no support from teachers or even other students that get bullied only makes the sense of despair worse.


/sorry. didn't mean to turn this into vent fest. Bullying is a hard topic for me and hard to discuss without thinking of the hell I went through growing up


You have no idea what bullying is, compared to the one-legged lesbian Muslim penniless hairy quadra-spaz with a single boob.
 
2012-07-09 10:17:42 AM  

Bungles: PunGent: kliq: The best use of the pent-up anger from being bullied: kick ass at the gym. Even if you never meet those bastards again, you'll be happy with the muscles you'll sprout, in addition to being happier from channeling a deep reservoir of rage.

This.

Got picked on, not too badly, in high school. But there's a couple guys who I remember quite clearly.

Been to every reunion since, not looking for trouble, but if one of those fat, weak, balding bullying mofos wants to start something, well, it won't be me backing down this time. Got a couple decades of various martial arts to try out...in self defense only.


Are you sure you weren't actually one of the bullies, you've just misremembered it?


Yep. The mind is starting to go now that I'm pushing 50, but it ain't gone yet.
 
2012-07-09 10:19:04 AM  

uttertosh: At highschool, I was THE outsider. Not even the 'nerds' would talk to me, for fear of becoming a target. I've been hospitalised more times than I care to divulge.

My Bully Revenge Successes To Date: (with description of bullying)

1: The guy who made everyone believe I was gay - I ended his marriage by getting a shemale friend to get him drunk spike his drink, have sex with him, and record it. I emailed a link of the video to all of his wife's friends.

2: The girl who made sure that all prospective love interests of mine considered me creepy by lying about how I was a 'pervert' - I became her boss in an office I worked in and let the rumour slip that she had infected dozens of men with *insert lengthy list of STD's*

3: The gang of guys who beat the crap out of me, "jus' fur" - I stole a dealers stash of coke, 'hid' it in the bush of their leader's garden, and sat back and watched as a bunch of them went out, 'treating' everyone they knew to copious amounts of it, and anon-called the dealer, telling him to get to the bar fast, as there was a bunch of guys bragging about how the 'found' tons of coke hidden in a bush. Pitbull/baseballbat-larity ensued.

4: The guy who would spray "Fart Gas" on my clothes in the changing rooms of Gym class, then told everyone I stank of shiat (every Gym class for 4 years) - at 4am, I snuck into a house party that everyone was already unconscious from excessive drinking, (held whilst his parents were out of town) and pissed into his mother's steam iron, put a fish under the mattress of his parents bed, poured a 30yo bottle of single malt into a plastic bottle (and enjoyed later) and replaced it with cold tea, the same with a bottle of vodak, but replaced it with water, and poured the vodak over the 'good' sofa in his mothers 'best' living room. Another fish was placed in the toaster, and another behind the heating element in the main hall way.

There's more, But I'm too shaky to continue right now.


What. The. Fark.
 
2012-07-09 10:21:52 AM  

Smeggy Smurf: I dealt with bullies in high school as well. I've already had my revenge on most of them. Getting the hell out of that town earlier than most of them was revenge enough. Not moving back, even more so.

It must suck wanting to live in a small town with no economy to speak of, a very corrupt city government, bad weather and it's a stopping point for most of the Twitards on the way to Forks.


For a second I thought you were talking about my WA hometown, but I guess a lot of them are the same.
 
2012-07-09 10:22:27 AM  

Bungles: PunGent: kliq: The best use of the pent-up anger from being bullied: kick ass at the gym. Even if you never meet those bastards again, you'll be happy with the muscles you'll sprout, in addition to being happier from channeling a deep reservoir of rage.

This.

Got picked on, not too badly, in high school. But there's a couple guys who I remember quite clearly.

Been to every reunion since, not looking for trouble, but if one of those fat, weak, balding bullying mofos wants to start something, well, it won't be me backing down this time. Got a couple decades of various martial arts to try out...in self defense only.


Are you sure you weren't actually one of the bullies, you've just misremembered it?


On further reflection, I probably DID do some minor bullying of my own, once I got to the top of the high-school heap. Less that I received, fwiw. I don't pretend to be perfect.
 
2012-07-09 10:23:35 AM  
Late to the party, but I went to school with him.

Oh the stories I know.
 
2012-07-09 10:24:39 AM  

Titanius Anglesmith: Late to the party, but I went to school with him.

Oh the stories I know.



This is traditionally the point you tell those stories.
 
2012-07-09 10:25:11 AM  
If only there were some paid adults nearby who could use their superior experience, social skills and authority to protect the weak and socially awkward from the abusers they are forced to sit next to all day long ...

It's easy to understand why guys like this have these sorts of abusive experiences when you accept the fact that "schools" are prisons.

"Teacher" is a polite euphemism for clock-watching government employees who exist in order to give governments the appearance of something to do, thereby justifying the imposition of taxes. They don't actually do anything useful. Their primary job is serving as detainees for children -- forcing them and their parents at the point of a gun to lock kids into these glorified gladiator academies.

School administrators allow guys like this to be abused daily for years, to serve as raw meat for the cultivation of psychopaths, because the entire government-school enterprise exists, and was designed from the ground up, to break the spirits of young people. That's its purpose and function.
 
2012-07-09 10:25:37 AM  
A lot of really sad stories in here. As a former dirt poor, intelligent, thought he was funny, smart mouthed fat kid (though, to be honest... I'm still all of those things except for poor and fat) I certainly faced my fair share of wise-asses in my schooling days.

During those challenging times, I would often fall back on the musings of an esteemed doctor to get me through the toughest times. It's his wisdom that I still share with people today.

cps-static.rovicorp.com

"Life sucks. Get a helmet." - DOCTOR Denis Leary

/Yes, I'm serious
//You'll get over it
 
2012-07-09 10:27:47 AM  
In sixth grade, I got it pretty bad. I was an awe-shucks, candy-ass suburbanite from Indiana who had just moved to New Jersey, and a real brainiac geek. Easy target.

But even while it was happening, I knew in the back of my head that it was a temporary thing. Because the next year, we'd ALL be the "new kid" in junior high. The whole tribal/social dynamic was going to change, and all I had to do was wait it out. Which I did. Meanwhile, I joined the football team and got a lot tougher, too. That, along with my natural ability to wisecrack, got me out of a lot of shiat. By seventh grade, everything was pretty much fine for me.

Good for me.

But some kids had NO LIGHT at the end of that tunnel. No hope at all. And what they endured was farking brutal. That's why I'm never the guy saying "hey, it happens to everyone, get over it!"

I know better.

/fark bullies
 
2012-07-09 10:30:29 AM  
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2012-07-09 10:30:53 AM  

Optimus Primate: Apologies while I enable CSB:

When I was in high school, it was almost impossible to fight the compelling urges that constantly urged me to kill... I tried to fit in as best as I could (I was adopted). Luckily, my adopted dad saw me for what I was: Broken and twisted inside. He taught me to assimilate into "normal society" so that my secret desires and needs went unrecognized by the 'Norms'. He took me on weekend hunting trips where he would allow me to deliver the killing blows to various animals such as deer and raccoons - and it helped to quench that bottomless pit of flame inside my empty soul - and it saved a lot of innocent people from my cold rage. Not even my own sister ever had a clue that I was a being with no emotions, whose only solace was found in taking life.

Irony of ironies, I ended up working in law enforcement (as did my sis)...every day is a challenge to control that part of me that looks upon every living being as a "thing" that's needs to be cleansed from the earth like a virus. I see myself as some kind of goddam living antiseptic with a blade and I wish I could be disgusted about it, but it's who I am, and I refuse to hate myself.

End CSB.
/fark bullies...they deserve anything they receive in punishment


I love watching your show on Showtime.
 
2012-07-09 10:34:09 AM  

CraicBaby: I wonder why he's on oxygen at 38 yrs old.


I have no idea, but wheezing on someone isn't really a dish best served cold.
 
2012-07-09 10:34:12 AM  

Bungles: Titanius Anglesmith: Late to the party, but I went to school with him.

Oh the stories I know.


This is traditionally the point you tell those stories.


I was pausing to see if I could find any old photos from back in the day...

Anyways, this kid was in NJROTC that had a strong USMC presence. He got picked on a lot because he was a skinnier looking version of Pvt. Joker in FMJ. Half of his problem was he was in NJROTC. Had he not been in, I doubt he'd have even registered on most peoples radars back then.

That said, he did spend most of his waking hours creeping out chicks. I always expected him to end up as a sex offender or something.

He did get picked on a lot, but that's high school. I think the majority of his woes came from being dressed down by other cadets and him not being able to hack it.
 
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2012-07-09 10:36:45 AM  

McBatt: ontariolightning: whats your address tough guy?

Yes, I'm such a big tough guy that I spent 5 years feeling guilty about a single punch I threw when I was 16. You sure have me figured out.


it missed?
 
2012-07-09 10:45:44 AM  
www.celebrityring.info
 
2012-07-09 10:47:46 AM  

Dimensio: Idle threats, ultimately unfulfilled, do not constitute a meaningful act of vengeance deserving of such a tag.


Damned right. Talk is cheap.
 
2012-07-09 11:01:04 AM  

uttertosh: The guy who would spray "Fart Gas" on my clothes in the changing rooms of Gym class, then told everyone I stank of shiat (every Gym class for 4 years)


Yeah, they were spraying "fart gas" on you. That must be why you stank of shiat. That's the ticket. They were spraying you with "fart gas". But what's the excuse you use these days?
 
2012-07-09 11:01:20 AM  
Huh, that's my high school and my graduating year, and I have no farking idea who this guy is. This is from someone who was pretty deeply nerdy too, I mean I wasn't even a band geek, I was in the orchestra! I'll have to pull out the yearbook and try to find him.
 
2012-07-09 11:02:18 AM  
I was pretty much left alone in high school mostly due to the fact that I was a tall pot head girl aka freak with a really really bad attitude. I remember this one guy though, he was the basically the class target, everyone shiat on this guy. I overhead him discussing the fact that he wanted to kill himself with a teacher in the hallway. I was never mean to him...I never even spoke to him. I still feel like shiat about it and it's been 30 years.
 
2012-07-09 11:02:22 AM  
I feel horrible reading some of the bully stories. I was a little bullied, I thought I was somewhat badly bullied back then but now I realize it was mild. (plus I still had a few friends).
 
2012-07-09 11:03:46 AM  
If I was like terminally ill and on oxygen I'd go full postal on everyone that has ever pissed me off and not talk about it beforehand where I could be stopped.
 
2012-07-09 11:06:01 AM  

Gosling: There was this back room in the special-ed 'classroom' where they'd stick anyone they didn't feel like dealing with. They'd stick you in there, lock the door and just leave you there for however long they felt like. If they didn't like you you reacted to this, they'd remove all the furniture from the room and leave you in what was now a blank box of a room, again locking the door. The kids in there tended not to react well at this. Often the kid would burst out in tears. Me included. This was the cue to occasionally have three different special-ed teachers burst back into the room and basically pin the kid to the ground until they stopped crying


When Ronald Reagan was governor of California, he destroyed the best school system in the United States and possibly the world. Instead of trying to help children with problems, they'd bus across town to a designated 'warehouse facility'. They would stuff the mentally handicapped, the physically handicapped, the antisocial, and of course, bullies from all over Los Angeles and Long Beach into two small classrooms.

I got sent there because I had hauled off and knocked a bully on his ass when he attempted to vandalize my family's home. His mother was a PTA chairwoman who abused her authority and used her connections to protect her precious snowflake. I spent two and a half years in a snake pit because of her and her son. There were physical and sexual assaults by both students and faculty. 90% of the time was spent just standing around. There was no real attempt to teach us students anything else except sit down and be quiet.

I came out of that experience with PTSD. Sometimes I have panic attacks when I see a school bus. And I religiously keep an eye on school reunion sites too.
 
2012-07-09 11:09:38 AM  

ontariolightning: What kind of dick head punches people for no reason? unless its self defense or someones beating up a defensess person, you have no right hitting anyone
who raised you to hit defenseless people? whats your address tough guy?


Lighten up, Francis.
 
2012-07-09 11:12:36 AM  

MadCat221: AverageAmericanGuy: That's pretty sad. 20 years is a long time to hold on to that kind of anger.

I take it you weren't a chronic bullying victim in the awkward years?


I was bullied in high-school. Especially the first half of it but things started getting better when I learned not to react to it. Once I could laugh off the stupid pranks, I gained friends, and people messed with me less.

I'm not excusing bullying by any means and I definitely think we need to change our education system to eradicate it. At the same time a lot of victims continue to be victimized because they lash out which encourages more bullying.

As for me my "revenge" is in knowing that most of the bullies that gave me trouble still live in the small town I grew up in. They are there trying to make a living from a ever shrinking pool of hourly-wage jobs and I've moved on in the last 15 years to develop a highly paid career in programming and now into IT management. It isn't like I look at that and laugh, either. Most of the time I don't give those people a second thought. When I do, I think it's sad because that person's best days are behind them, and they'll likely never move on to something better. It's interesting how often the bully is often a victim themselves and bullying other in school is the one time they can feel in control of their own lives.

The guy in this article has chosen to live in the past and in doing so he's continued to be a victim. He needs as much help as the bully needs punishment.
 
2012-07-09 11:15:17 AM  

Peter_Veal: I think the major negative was the feeling of alone. It was always the promise of salvation from people who'd say they'd help you out. "They'll never mess with you with me around." And that was true. But those people that had your back were just never there.


QFT. If there's one sad fact I learned from 7+ years of being bullied, it's that you're really on your own. No one is coming to your rescue but you. Trust in others takes as big of a hit as self-confidence, and to this day I still have issues with both.

Lots of people gave me well-meaning advice ("just ignore them & they'll go away" or "just turn the other cheek like Jesus" or "you only have a couple more years of school before they [the bullies] graduate, so just grit your teeth until they leave"...) Too bad all this advice was completely, utterly f*cking useless - and betrayed the advice givers' own passive cowardice. My one regret is that I never gave myself permission to fight back; I might have spared myself the worst of the physical abuse.

I had a chance encounter with the head bully/pack leader years later; she was just as much of a sociopath as ever. I suspect she saw no reason to change her personality because obviously whatever she was doing/however she was acting was still working for her. Sometimes the bad guys get away and there is no karmic biatchslap for them in this lifetime. OTOH, the whole experience taught me that I *did* need to change; I moved away from the victim mentality & am happy to say I'm no longer a doormat.

Telling a former victim of bullying to just "get over it" is kind of like telling a burn victim to just grow new skin - it depends a lot on the extent of the injuries.
 
2012-07-09 11:18:30 AM  

Cyclometh: I take far sweeter revenge on the people who bullied me in high school.

I just don't tip them when they deliver my pizza.

/that actually happened.
//more satisfying than you know.


I actually had a close HS friend deliver me pizza not too long ago. Felt bad because he immediately started stammering about it being his second job.. I went, Dude, the economy sucks, all good. You don't have to explain shiat to me. Give me a call later and we'll burn one for old times' sake :)
 
2012-07-09 11:24:14 AM  

Cookbook's Anarchist: Attention! All victims of child abuse and rape, you no longer have the right to claim that it affects you after twenty years. Basically, stuff happens and you should get over it. If you were mentally tortured and abused by people your own age during the most formative years of your life, then you have no right to act as if that affected every other relationships and incident of your life.

People have no right to hold grudges, no matter the level of abuse.

Or at least, this is what I'm left to believe from this bullying thread.


I don't think anyone is questioning his right to hold a grudge. He can do that if he wants. I think he could do something more productive with his time.
 
2012-07-09 11:25:14 AM  

cfreak: I don't think anyone is questioning his right to hold a grudge. He can do that if he wants. I think he could do something more productive with his time.


Says the guy posting on Fark.com.
 
2012-07-09 11:27:36 AM  

Titanius Anglesmith: Late to the party, but I went to school with him.

Oh the stories I know.


Do tell, because I was there as well and have no idea what you're talking about!
 
2012-07-09 11:28:20 AM  

basilbrush: ontariolightning: Everybody gets bullied. I've been bullied. The thing is you either stand up for yourself or you become someones biatch. That is life. It doesn't matter if you're wimpy looking or monstorous. Quit being a pussy and take care of your business.

Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold agree.


ACtaully, evidence suggests that THEY were the bullies far more than they were the victims.
 
2012-07-09 11:32:32 AM  

AverageAmericanGuy: That's pretty sad. 20 years is a long time to hold on to that kind of anger.


One of my favorites has always been, "Holding a grudge is like taking poison, and waiting for the other guy to get sick."

Move on. Forgiveness of others is a gift to yourself.
 
2012-07-09 11:33:48 AM  

Titanius Anglesmith: Bungles: Titanius Anglesmith: Late to the party, but I went to school with him.

Oh the stories I know.


This is traditionally the point you tell those stories.

I was pausing to see if I could find any old photos from back in the day...

Anyways, this kid was in NJROTC that had a strong USMC presence. He got picked on a lot because he was a skinnier looking version of Pvt. Joker in FMJ. Half of his problem was he was in NJROTC. Had he not been in, I doubt he'd have even registered on most peoples radars back then.

That said, he did spend most of his waking hours creeping out chicks. I always expected him to end up as a sex offender or something.

He did get picked on a lot, but that's high school. I think the majority of his woes came from being dressed down by other cadets and him not being able to hack it.


Oh good lord, this is about ROTC? He could have left at any time if he didn't like it. I don't even know why he thinks there would be bullying at the reunion, the reunion is organized by some of the biggest "nerds" at the school. I say that lovingly because I was one of those nerds!
 
2012-07-09 11:35:02 AM  

Corn_Fed: The fact that he wrote these attention-getting threats on the Facebook page so he "wouldn't get bullied at the reunion" suggests that he's never had any idea how to deal with situations, and probably brought a lot of the bullying on himself.

It's unfortunate that he was bullied, and it's never okay to bully someone. On the other hand, it's obvious this guy has more than a few screws loose.


Ya, you tell them. And that chick wearing the short skirt totally deserves to be raped.
 
2012-07-09 11:35:45 AM  

ontariolightning: Everybody gets bullied. I've been bullied. The thing is you either stand up for yourself or you become someones biatch. That is life. It doesn't matter if you're wimpy looking or monstorous. Quit being a pussy and take care of your business.


This is what I like to tell people who complain about being sexually abused as children.
 
2012-07-09 11:40:32 AM  

McBatt: When I was 16, I remember being pissed off about something, so I beat a kid up. He was kinda the school punching bag already, and he wasn't helping matters - that particular day, he was bragging that he was wearing a cup, so no one could hurt him. he was actually telling people to kick him in the balls. So instead I went for his stomach, and caught him in the jaw as he crumbled forward, knocking him off his feet backwards. He was already crying before he go up, and just kept asking why I'd hit him, which I had no answer for, really. I later found out it was his 18th birthday.

So even though there had to be two dozen other guys in my class that had done the same thing, the whole thing bothered me for years. I eventually ran into him at a bar 5 years after graduation on one of my rar visits back to that part of the world, and was drunk enough to issue like a 20 minute apology. He had been beaten up so many times that he apparently genuinely didn't remember the particular time I was apologizing for, but seemed to appreciate it.


Wow. What a farking prince you are. You sucker punch a guy, make some insincere, drunk, slobbery apology five years later, and now you feel exonerated?

You, you farking mope, are a jackass. You deserve to regret that moment for fifty years, not five.
 
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