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(Daily Mail)   Local news crew films high school student being bullied as they interview him... about bullying   (dailymail.co.uk) divider line 22
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2012-10-10 02:08:02 AM  
9 votes:

drjekel_mrhyde: Some asshats tried to bully me and my brother in 1st grade till we told our bigger cousin.
/First and only time ever I seen three dudes get their ass kicked by one person in real life.


Man, that's nothing. I could probably beat up FOUR first-graders at once.
2012-10-10 04:18:45 AM  
6 votes:
grinnel:

www.pocketberry.com
Wrap it up Charles Dickens. You're not getting paid by the word.
2012-10-10 10:56:20 AM  
2 votes:

KawaiiNot: The incident that stands out the most was Freshman year when some older burn-out girls kept picking on me. One day they pushed me. I got so angry that I went to punch the girl in the face. My finger got caught in her mouth so it didn't really hurt her - just awkward as heck.



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Go on...
2012-10-10 08:29:30 AM  
2 votes:
i.imgflip.com
2012-10-10 02:06:27 AM  
2 votes:
Some asshats tried to bully me and my brother in 1st grade till we told our bigger cousin.
/First and only time ever I seen three dudes get their ass kicked by one person in real life.
2012-10-10 02:05:29 AM  
2 votes:
Bullying is not something you can just "get over". It becomes part of who you are and your outlook towards others is shaped by your bad experiences.

I wasn't bullied. Rather, I was a bully, in the broadest sense of the term. I've held many kids by their ankles and dunked them in the toilet. I've stolen their books and locked their lockers with padlocks. It's something that I've grown out of, but I still carry around a little bit of that in me.

Telling someone to get over it is pretty callous. It negates their experiences and feelings. Rather, we should find ways to accept it as something that happened in the past and move on, accepting that there are scars that may never fully heal over.
2012-10-10 01:56:23 AM  
2 votes:
I'm a dweeb and was bullied in school... but just LOOKING at that blonde bowl cut makes me want to dump him upside-down in a trashcan.
2012-10-09 10:45:11 PM  
2 votes:

Earguy: I hate the word "bully". Say it a few times and it even stops sounding like a real word. Bully. Bullying. Bullied. What does it mean?

Let's start using some other terms: torture, intimidation, humiliation, assault.


One man's torture, intimidation, humiliation and assault are another man's fun, mirth, delight and merriment⸮
2012-10-09 10:17:44 PM  
2 votes:

SpikeStrip: craig treadway.

why do black people always have the coolest names.


billfoxrocks.com

No shiat!
2012-10-10 10:46:50 AM  
1 votes:
The key to defeating a bully is simple: moan in orgasmic ecstacy after the first punch and beg for more.

Also always make sure that they know they are "your bully".
Ask them with puppy-dog eyes when can they come around and touch-hate you.

For some reason they get weirded out by this.
2012-10-10 08:38:50 AM  
1 votes:

grinnel: Because of my size and tactless demeanor, I was always pegged by people


Damn that's horrible. Daily unwanted peggings is worse than getting bullied.
2012-10-10 07:55:33 AM  
1 votes:

NameDot: AverageAmericanGuy: I've held many kids by their ankles and dunked them in the toilet.

calling BS here, just how strong were, are, you?

...troll?


What, you don't think an average late-30s guy could dangle kids by their ankles? I, for one, believe him totally.
2012-10-10 06:42:56 AM  
1 votes:

PrinceofFark: I can attest to both sides of the coin as I was quite the Bully growing up. My parents were well off, I grew up in a world where I always had the newest toys the day they hit Toys R Us, the best summer camps, vacations 4x year, etc. When I went to grade school I simply assumed all of the other kids lived similar lives.


Boy, was I wrong


Instead, what I found was most of these kids were poor, slow witted and destined to become replica's of their very own parents. Long story short, I could not relate to a lot of the kids at school, and whenever I met another kid that fit this description, I beat the hell out of them. My parents put all of us through martial arts / self defence, I was the best trained child at the entire school by far. Any kid who didn't pay respect to me and steer clear at recess would get shaken down for their lunch money and a swift kick to the gut, mouth full of dirt, sleeper hold, etc.

I realize now that I am an adult that the reason I got away with all of this was the school just didn't care, my parents were big contributors to many of the schools interests including the fund raisers, it was simply bad business to upset any of us. Most of the kids that I bullied are still living in town today as grown ups, and you know, from the looks of it most of them ended up just fine. I was back in town last month visiting family and I ran into no less than 7 guys I knew growing up that I pushed around. None of them seemed to hold a grudge and all of them ended up having families and getting jobs, etc. Nothing spectacular but clearly, these poor little kids were able to grow a pair of balls and get over being pushed around by better kids in their youth. Actually, not a single person said a nasty word to me the entire time, they could all see how well i've done for myself since HS, I honestly think the look back at those formative years on the playground and thank me silently for what I did.

What I did toughened those loser kids up, and that is ...




Or more likely, that Secret Service squad you had surrounding you kept you from a proper payback, Mister Romney.
2012-10-10 05:49:41 AM  
1 votes:
Before everyone jumps all over the kids accused of performing the bullying, perhaps some perspective is required. Contrary to popular belief, not all children who bully end up as 'poor' adults, and not all children that are bullied (wusses) end up as adults who are too terrified of their own shadow and need help doing up their pants zipper still.

I can attest to both sides of the coin as I was quite the Bully growing up. My parents were well off, I grew up in a world where I always had the newest toys the day they hit Toys R Us, the best summer camps, vacations 4x year, etc. When I went to grade school I simply assumed all of the other kids lived similar lives.


Boy, was I wrong


Instead, what I found was most of these kids were poor, slow witted and destined to become replica's of their very own parents. Long story short, I could not relate to a lot of the kids at school, and whenever I met another kid that fit this description, I beat the hell out of them. My parents put all of us through martial arts / self defence, I was the best trained child at the entire school by far. Any kid who didn't pay respect to me and steer clear at recess would get shaken down for their lunch money and a swift kick to the gut, mouth full of dirt, sleeper hold, etc.

I realize now that I am an adult that the reason I got away with all of this was the school just didn't care, my parents were big contributors to many of the schools interests including the fund raisers, it was simply bad business to upset any of us. Most of the kids that I bullied are still living in town today as grown ups, and you know, from the looks of it most of them ended up just fine. I was back in town last month visiting family and I ran into no less than 7 guys I knew growing up that I pushed around. None of them seemed to hold a grudge and all of them ended up having families and getting jobs, etc. Nothing spectacular but clearly, these poor little kids were able to grow a pair of balls and get over being pushed around by better kids in their youth. Actually, not a single person said a nasty word to me the entire time, they could all see how well i've done for myself since HS, I honestly think the look back at those formative years on the playground and thank me silently for what I did.

What I did toughened those loser kids up, and that is a fact. What doesn't kill you makes you stronger, that is life. We need to step back as parents and let kids be kids. I am all grown up now and have my own kids, two wonderful boys. They remind us of me at my age, dominant, aggressive and full of energy. They are already taking over the other boys in social settings, this isn't something you want to neuter in your child, rather cultivate in a healthy fashion. I'm sure both of my boys bully other weaker and timid kids at school. Big deal, that's life and everyone finds their way eventually.
2012-10-10 04:13:19 AM  
1 votes:
Because of my size and tactless demeanor, I was always pegged by people who did not know me as a bully. Self admittedly, I could never handle the PR, at that time known as student counselor's office, I was a champion of the people, a bully of bullies. Despite the daily beatings I endured from my seven older siblings, I learned to rise above the tacit physical rules of the playground. I would not be subdued by some predetermined pecking order based on family name or reputation. If you wanted to push my friends around, you had to go through me. I broke my fifth metacarpal in my right hand twice in fourth grade standing up for those without a voice.
Were our walls made of steel and concrete? No, they were gathered pine-straw heaps formed to represent walls and passageways. Should the medium of our boundaries dictate the ferocity with which we defend them? As you and your elementary school friends took stance against the foes of your fathers, I stood against you. No longer would the repressions of recess go unheard. It was I who formed the rebellion against you, you potentate of the playground. It was I who gathered the scattered, scared masses and united them against you. Suspension after suspension; lashing after lashing; my determination became as tough as my back against the belt. I made my mission be known that no longer would my peers be bullied by the likes of you. Your end would come. Be it not today or tomorrow, but this I promise to you: I will be there laughing over your body.
Not many seasons would I have to wait for your demise. Your reign of ruthlessness was at hand. I don't know what celestial bodies aligned during your quivering march to the gallows, but the same stellar shadow was cast upon thy father as well. How toothsome it would be to witness the fall of two generations of thugs concomitantly.
That day we were all dressed as one, even you, the oppressor, donning the uniform of the commoner. The sun had passed its apex but was still high in the sky and our shadows short as you stretched your arms upward toward your ultimate demise. I like to think your father was receiving his just comeuppance simultaneously. The entire crowd watched as you grasped onto that horizontal bar, the fair maidens stopping in their march to observe the spectacle. Laughter nipped at your pride like flames licking away the flesh of the Maid of Orleans. Your legs flailing in the air; twelve miles across town, your father slumps into his chair. Even coach in his bike pants is egging you on. Not one pull up, not even one; your bullying days are almost done. A cell phone rings and a call form the factory has let us know that your dad has just been fired, as you fall to the dirt embarrassed and tired. I lift my sneakers and kick in your face. No longer can you threaten us with servitude and disgrace, as you my fiend have just fallen to last in the rat race.
2012-10-10 04:12:13 AM  
1 votes:

HotWingAgenda: My old man used to tell me stories about a one-armed bully that terrorized him in high school. There was this kid that had lost half an arm in a farming accident as a child, so he had one full arm, one overly muscled half-arm, and was a total asshole. He would pick fights with bigger kids, wacking them with this bony, muscly knob, and the other kids would get in trouble because no kid missing his arm could be anything other than a victim.

I had a similar experience when I was in high school, with an asshole that would take off his prosthetic leg and beat kids with it, and then complain that they attacked him.


You'd better watch out, I have a feeling your wife might get murdered by a one armed man... I really hope you're not a doctor.
2012-10-10 03:23:39 AM  
1 votes:
the Daily Fail is trolling you good folks. the kid is wearing his hair like a five year old dressed in a sailor suit by his doting momma. a nun could take one glance and would want to kick the crap out of this twink.
2012-10-10 03:20:30 AM  
1 votes:

OgreMagi: If you are important enough in sports, you can even get away with rape.


Is this about Big Ben?
2012-10-10 03:18:20 AM  
1 votes:
Dear Bullies,

Columbine.


Regards,
Bullied Kids.
2012-10-10 02:44:19 AM  
1 votes:

Mazzic518: AverageAmericanGuy: Bullying is not something you can just "get over". It becomes part of who you are and your outlook towards others is shaped by your bad experiences.

I wasn't bullied. Rather, I was a bully, in the broadest sense of the term. I've held many kids by their ankles and dunked them in the toilet. I've stolen their books and locked their lockers with padlocks. It's something that I've grown out of, but I still carry around a little bit of that in me.

Telling someone to get over it is pretty callous. It negates their experiences and feelings. Rather, we should find ways to accept it as something that happened in the past and move on, accepting that there are scars that may never fully heal over.

I now have you favorited as "Blue : Douche"


www.m3post.com
2012-10-10 02:27:51 AM  
1 votes:
Interesting this should come out now.

Last week, my 13 year old granddaughter was being verbally harassed at her middle school by some boys who have been pulling this shiat since 6th grade. She got pissed off and punched one of them out. for that, she got sent home for the rest of the day. When her step-father went down to the school to pick her up and inquire about the incident, he asked what happened to the boys. They refused to tell him any more than that they "had consequences."

WTF?

Today, I learned the boy was joking about it in front of my granddaughter and she replied, "Yeah, it's pretty funny you got punched out by a girl."

I've got a feeling things are going to get interesting, especially since her mother, my daughter, is going down there for parent/teacher conferences tomorrow with fire in her eye. She's 6'1" and doesn't suffer fools.
2012-10-10 02:15:14 AM  
1 votes:
Make Bullying kill itself.
 
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