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(GoFundMe)   Horrible: 11yr old boy attempts suicide to escape bullying because he's a brony. Awesome: Fandom responds by raising over $10K (and counting) in less than a day   (gofundme.com) divider line 569
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2014-01-29 10:17:04 AM
Fark bullying.  Seriously.  :(

/get well soon, kiddo
 
2014-01-29 10:22:46 AM

Grand_Moff_Joseph: Fark bullying.  Seriously.  :(

/get well soon, kiddo


The worst part is that kids have no real conscience. That kicks in later. So they can't even really be held accountable for what they did, even if you tried them like adults.

It's still Lord of the Flies at that age.
 
2014-01-29 10:29:09 AM
BTW, in case anyone is interested, this isn't the only fundraiser/aid effort going on out there.

*A ton of fan artists are creating special pieces to be auctioned off to raise funds
*the musically talented are making songs and video montages to raise awareness and funds
*One of the chief artists in the fandom is auctioning a ton of autographed merch (likely from her own collection) to raise funds.

If you want to keep up with the boy's progress, the family has setup a Twitter handle and a FB page


Anyway, one more thing:
*Hug your kids and younger family members
*Tell them that bullying is never ok, and that they don't have to hurt themselves to try and escape it
 
2014-01-29 10:59:38 AM

Grand_Moff_Joseph: Fark bullying.  Seriously.  :(


THIS!

Any word on what he did to himself or how extensive the brain damage is?  Any chance of a full recovery or at least a somewhat normal life?
 
2014-01-29 11:37:53 AM

nekom: Grand_Moff_Joseph: Fark bullying.  Seriously.  :(

THIS!

Any word on what he did to himself or how extensive the brain damage is?  Any chance of a full recovery or at least a somewhat normal life?


Apparently, he tried to hang himself in his home.  I believe his parents were the ones that found him.  (not 100% on this so please tale with some salt until details are confirmed).

Per the family's Twitter, they're hoping to do some MRIs today as well as other tests to begin assessing the real damage.  But, per some tweets yesterday, he is conscious and responding to stimuli.  He can't talk due to the oxygen machine attached to him, but he looks to be responsive overall.

I'm sure they'll know more soon.
 
2014-01-29 11:44:05 AM
The whole situation simply sucks--kids should be able to be kids and enjoy what they want.

--And yes, I'm the first to admit I regularly mock Bronies in these threads. Bugging each other in this venue is a world away from actually hurting people's feelings.  Everybody likes something someone else dislikes--it would be a boring world if we all did the same things.
 
2014-01-29 11:46:54 AM
Wow, nothing good from that story. So many feelings and opinions rolled into one. Fark bullies. And..also...I am not a fan of little boys being little girls.

11 years old is old enough to know suicide isn't the answer too, and I definitely blame the parents.

Get better, poor kid.
 
2014-01-29 11:48:25 AM

fickenchucker: -And yes, I'm the first to admit I regularly mock Bronies in these threads. Bugging each other in this venue is a world away from actually hurting people's feelings.


Welcome to being part of the problem.


You equate mock with bug ... and you assume that because fark doesn't matter to you, that it doesn't matter to other people.

As a child who was beaten regularly because he was different (I liked books at a rural school) and a person who has been "bugged" everywhere... because nowhere is everywhere and thus could not possibly matter...

FARK YOU.
 
2014-01-29 11:48:48 AM
So he's bullied because he's a child molester? Wait, he's eleven... did he molest himself?
 
2014-01-29 11:49:35 AM

walktoanarcade: 11 years old is old enough to know suicide isn't the answer too, and I definitely blame the parents.


What is this I don't even ....
 
2014-01-29 11:50:19 AM
I'd try to kill myself too if a brony was bullying me.
 
2014-01-29 11:50:59 AM
That is good and all, but, by the end of the day you're still a brony.

... Ok, I'm just kidding, it was horrible. Bullying is bullshiat, and everyone indulging in it should really suck it.
 
2014-01-29 11:51:18 AM
Ok, there are a few of you folks that can be a little weird, but hell, weird is ok. Good on the brony community for coming together for this kid and others like him.
 
2014-01-29 11:51:58 AM
10k for what? Hiring a hit man?
 
2014-01-29 11:52:37 AM

fickenchucker: The whole situation simply sucks--kids should be able to be kids and enjoy what they want.

--And yes, I'm the first to admit I regularly mock Bronies in these threads. Bugging each other in this venue is a world away from actually hurting people's feelings.  Everybody likes something someone else dislikes--it would be a boring world if we all did the same things.


Uh, this.  Although I'm not sure I can view my hands that cleanly.  I think the bronies thing is ridiculous and previously claimed that adults who do it should feel "shame".  I don't think that's the same as bullying, but I'm not sure.

Childhood bullies are the worst.  There's such a difference between taunts among equals and taunts against another more defenseless "class" (typically jocks v. nerds, jocks v. gays, rich v. poor, etc.)

The poor kid.  I hope the farking teacher(s) who "let the kids be kids" are feeling every bit of guilt they should be.

/is the unsaid factor the kid was also depressed about coming out?
 
2014-01-29 11:53:07 AM
Of all the bullying reasons, the ones that you bring on yourself are the worst.  Scrawny kids can't help if they're scrawny.  But you can stop being a brony at any time.  I have no sympathy for those that make themselves a willful target and can't take the heat.
 
2014-01-29 11:54:22 AM

Shadow Blasko: walktoanarcade: 11 years old is old enough to know suicide isn't the answer too, and I definitely blame the parents.

What is this I don't even ....


I'll explain: 11-year-olds know suicide is wrong. If he recovers, he deserves a lecture for making his parents, friends, and other loved ones worry so much. Sure, he deserves a ton of love and support, but his parents are to blame for not properly guiding him.

There's no way a well-adjusted little boy would go through with a suicide attempt.

I got teased and picked on until a certain age and I'm still alive. I've been into unpopular things and called nasty names, again, still alive.

Lousy parents.
 
2014-01-29 11:56:43 AM

walktoanarcade: Shadow Blasko: walktoanarcade: 11 years old is old enough to know suicide isn't the answer too, and I definitely blame the parents.

What is this I don't even ....

I'll explain: 11-year-olds know suicide is wrong. If he recovers, he deserves a lecture for making his parents, friends, and other loved ones worry so much. Sure, he deserves a ton of love and support, but his parents are to blame for not properly guiding him.

There's no way a well-adjusted little boy would go through with a suicide attempt.

I got teased and picked on until a certain age and I'm still alive. I've been into unpopular things and called nasty names, again, still alive.

Lousy parents.


Interesting that you would place the blame squarely on the parents and give the bullies a pass.
 
2014-01-29 11:57:45 AM

walktoanarcade: 11-year-olds know suicide is wrong.


No. No they don't.

In fact, they know less than almost any cognizant being about what permanence means. One bad week is a huge % of their memory compared to a bad week for a 40 year old.

I just don't even understand where you assume that 11 year old kids have some innate ability to understand that "This is temporary".

/Maybe you have never met a suicidal pre-teen. I have.
 
2014-01-29 11:59:25 AM
Grand_Moff_Joseph:
Apparently, he tried to hang himself in his home.  I believe his parents were the ones that found him.  (not 100% on this so please tale with some salt until details are confirmed).

Per the family's Twitter, they're hoping to do some MRIs today as well as other tests to begin assessing the real damage.  But, per some tweets yesterday, he is conscious and responding to stimuli.  He can't talk due to the oxygen machine attached to him, but he looks to be responsive overall.

I'm sure they'll know more soon.


Well, that sounds at least like its not a worst case scenario.  Hopefully he can fully recover or at least recover to a level that he can have a good life.
 
2014-01-29 11:59:44 AM

Far Cough: Uh, this.  Although I'm not sure I can view my hands that cleanly.  I think the bronies thing is ridiculous and previously claimed that adults who do it should feel "shame".  I don't think that's the same as bullying, but I'm not sure.


Brony here, so I'll chime in.  All other factors aside, I'd be a bit miffed at your position that I should feel 'shame' over what I like or don't like.  I'd say that everyone is free to like whatever they want, so long as it is legal, and really, I have no more right to criticize your choices than you do of me.

Now, in the real world though, we both know it's not that simple.  Sure, I disagree with your assessment of bronies, but I also recognize your right to an opinion, and your right to voice it if you so choose.  If you'd like to make fun of me here, then that's also your right.  So, it is what it is.

BUT, there is a clear difference between shaking your finger at me on the internet and stalking/humiliating me at school.  Ideally, neither of these would occur, but the latter is much more damaging than the former.  :)
 
2014-01-29 11:59:59 AM
Trying to feel sorry for him. Well, kind of do. But just caving by being bullied for one thing (Or one thing we know of at least) thats a little weak. Growing up I was the only nonwhite or mexican in my school so yeah, bullying blows. And by that age I was already diagnosed with a crippling heart condition and had lost my 4 best friends to drunk drivers. Bullying is the easiest thing to deal with, you shuck it off and/or plot your revenge.
 
2014-01-29 12:00:13 PM

Smeggy Smurf: Of all the bullying reasons, the ones that you bring on yourself are the worst.  Scrawny kids can't help if they're scrawny.  But you can stop being a brony at any time.  I have no sympathy for those that make themselves a willful target and can't take the heat.


We know.
 
2014-01-29 12:00:21 PM

Smeggy Smurf: Of all the bullying reasons, the ones that you bring on yourself are the worst.  Scrawny kids can't help if they're scrawny.  But you can stop being a brony at any time.  I have no sympathy for those that make themselves a willful target and can't take the heat.


So by being a fan of a cartoon, an 11 year old child made themselves a willful target for bullying that pushed them to attempt suicide.

Holy fark, what is wrong with you?
 
2014-01-29 12:00:29 PM

qorkfiend: walktoanarcade: Shadow Blasko: walktoanarcade: 11 years old is old enough to know suicide isn't the answer too, and I definitely blame the parents.

What is this I don't even ....

I'll explain: 11-year-olds know suicide is wrong. If he recovers, he deserves a lecture for making his parents, friends, and other loved ones worry so much. Sure, he deserves a ton of love and support, but his parents are to blame for not properly guiding him.

There's no way a well-adjusted little boy would go through with a suicide attempt.

I got teased and picked on until a certain age and I'm still alive. I've been into unpopular things and called nasty names, again, still alive.

Lousy parents.

Interesting that you would place the blame squarely on the parents and give the bullies a pass.


I never gave the bullies a pass. Look up the thread and see where I called them out. I believe I typed something like "Fark bullies."

I'm glad you brought that up because no bully can make you kill yourself. (aside from horrific war scenarios or sick movies)

Sticks and stones may break our bones, but words will never hurt me-unless you're misguided and oversensitive, then words will kill you because you allow them to brainwash you and control you to the point of death. It's not as catchy, I tell you.
 
2014-01-29 12:01:57 PM

Smeggy Smurf: Of all the bullying reasons, the ones that you bring on yourself are the worst.  Scrawny kids can't help if they're scrawny.  But you can stop being a brony at any time.  I have no sympathy for those that make themselves a willful target and can't take the heat.


I'll give that a -10/10 and hope to FSM that you're trolling.
 
2014-01-29 12:02:37 PM

ManifestDestiny: Smeggy Smurf: Of all the bullying reasons, the ones that you bring on yourself are the worst.  Scrawny kids can't help if they're scrawny.  But you can stop being a brony at any time.  I have no sympathy for those that make themselves a willful target and can't take the heat.

So by being a fan of a cartoon, an 11 year old child made themselves a willful target for bullying that pushed them to attempt suicide.

Holy fark, what is wrong with you?


He's scared shiatless, and wants people to think he's a badass, in the mistaken belief that that would make him less afraid.
 
2014-01-29 12:02:46 PM

Shadow Blasko: walktoanarcade: 11-year-olds know suicide is wrong.

No. No they don't.



Yes, they do. Sure, the misguided ones don't, like the kid in the story(and his idiocy still doesn't negate the sympathy I and others grant him), but normal kids know suicide is wrong.
 
2014-01-29 12:03:12 PM
Grand_Moff_Joseph:
BUT, there is a clear difference between shaking your finger at me on the internet and stalking/humiliating me at school.  Ideally, neither of these would occur, but the latter is much more damaging than the former.  :)

This.  You can make fun of him on Fark and he can just brush it off "lol no1curr".  There's not much detail as to what the exact nature of the bullying was, but bullying a child can... well, lead to this.  Apples and oranges.

/it's not a terrible show
//but then I only know that because I have a 6 year old daughter
 
2014-01-29 12:03:52 PM

Grand_Moff_Joseph: Fark bullying.  Seriously.  :(

/get well soon, kiddo


Agreed.
 
2014-01-29 12:05:09 PM

Best Princess Celestia: you shuck it off and/or plot your revenge.


Bullying is not the same as it was even 10 years ago.  With the internet giving bullies 24/7 access, parents unwilling to control their kids, and schools unable to discipline anyone without an act of Congress, bullying has reached levels that many of us never saw in our school years.

Talking to a lot of parents that I know, these days, ignoring it will only allow it to fester, and plotting revenge will only raise the stakes that much higher.

/not arguing per se
//just discussing
 
2014-01-29 12:05:24 PM

ManifestDestiny: Smeggy Smurf: Of all the bullying reasons, the ones that you bring on yourself are the worst.  Scrawny kids can't help if they're scrawny.  But you can stop being a brony at any time.  I have no sympathy for those that make themselves a willful target and can't take the heat.

So by being a fan of a cartoon, an 11 year old child made themselves a willful target for bullying that pushed them to attempt suicide.

Holy fark, what is wrong with you?


I've been accused of being a heartless bastard a time or two.  Truth is after the bullying I had to endure I learned how to keep some of that shiat from becoming a target.  You either give them nothing extra to nail you for or you have to man up and take it.  This kid clearly was clearly too much of a pussy to take it and not tough enough to hurt the bullies and not bright enough to keep that shiat private.  Sucks to be him.
 
2014-01-29 12:05:46 PM
I can't wait until bullying is no longer the "sexy news issue" that it has become. Every little thing is bullying now. This is an emotionally damaged kid who tried to kill himself. Being made fun of is not a big deal no matter how much you precious little snowflakes try to make it one.

/Please return to your faux outrage du jour
 
2014-01-29 12:05:58 PM

Smeggy Smurf: Of all the bullying reasons, the ones that you bring on yourself are the worst.  Scrawny kids can't help if they're scrawny.  But you can stop being a brony at any time.  I have no sympathy for those that make themselves a willful target and can't take the heat.


i think bronies are weird people, but i don't think any 11 year old deserves bullying

you're right in that some people sort of bring it on themselves, i was bullied growing up and looking back i sort of invited it by not having a sense of humor and constantly being angry anytime somebody poked a hole in my ego - that just invited more bullying... but every bullying incidence is different, and either way nobody deserves it
 
2014-01-29 12:06:04 PM

walktoanarcade: Shadow Blasko: walktoanarcade: 11-year-olds know suicide is wrong.

No. No they don't.


Yes, they do. Sure, the misguided ones don't, like the kid in the story(and his idiocy still doesn't negate the sympathy I and others grant him), but normal kids know suicide is wrong.


Well that settles it folks. Everyone can go home now. This one has it all figured out. Close down the psych wing.
 
2014-01-29 12:08:10 PM

Shadow Blasko: walktoanarcade: Shadow Blasko: walktoanarcade: 11-year-olds know suicide is wrong.

No. No they don't.


Yes, they do. Sure, the misguided ones don't, like the kid in the story(and his idiocy still doesn't negate the sympathy I and others grant him), but normal kids know suicide is wrong.

Well that settles it folks. Everyone can go home now. This one has it all figured out. Close down the psych wing.


You jest, but in your derision you leak the truth finally.

Honestly, the overwhelming majority of children of that age know ending their lives would seriously cut in on the Playstation time.
 
2014-01-29 12:08:43 PM

Smeggy Smurf: ManifestDestiny: Smeggy Smurf: Of all the bullying reasons, the ones that you bring on yourself are the worst.  Scrawny kids can't help if they're scrawny.  But you can stop being a brony at any time.  I have no sympathy for those that make themselves a willful target and can't take the heat.

So by being a fan of a cartoon, an 11 year old child made themselves a willful target for bullying that pushed them to attempt suicide.

Holy fark, what is wrong with you?

I've been accused of being a heartless bastard a time or two.  Truth is after the bullying I had to endure I learned how to keep some of that shiat from becoming a target.  You either give them nothing extra to nail you for or you have to man up and take it.  This kid clearly was clearly too much of a pussy to take it and not tough enough to hurt the bullies and not bright enough to keep that shiat private.  Sucks to be him.


You aren't a heartless bastard. You are a terrified little man who would like people to believe that he is hard - when he is as soft as soap, and knows it.
 
2014-01-29 12:10:01 PM

Grand_Moff_Joseph: I'd say that everyone is free to like whatever they want, so long as it is legal, and really, I have no more right to criticize your choices than you do of me.


Actually you both have the right to criticize each others choices as much as you want, thats the beauty of free speech.   He can judge you for being a grown ass man who likes colorful ponies marketed towards prepubescent little girls and you can judge him for being a big meanie face.
 
2014-01-29 12:10:27 PM

Smeggy Smurf: Of all the bullying reasons, the ones that you bring on yourself are the worst.  Scrawny kids can't help if they're scrawny.  But you can stop being a brony at any time.  I have no sympathy for those that make themselves a willful target and can't take the heat.



Why are you actually defending bullying? Where does that stop? Hey, Bob is Jewish/Muslim/Hindu/etc, but he can convert at any time, he's making himself a willful target and can't take the heat.
 
2014-01-29 12:11:57 PM
nekom: Grand_Moff_Joseph:
BUT, there is a clear difference between shaking your finger at me on the internet and stalking/humiliating me at school.  Ideally, neither of these would occur, but the latter is much more damaging than the former.  :)

This.  You can make fun of him on Fark and he can just brush it off "lol no1curr".  There's not much detail as to what the exact nature of the bullying was, but bullying a child can... well, lead to this.  Apples and oranges.

Yeah, I hope so, but... some people take their dumbass Internet forumgoing very seriously.  So (especially having been bullied as a child) it gives me pause about participating in any group bashing.  I do "walk away" when someone seems to be intellectually inferior, because that's just not fair, but when someone, who otherwise seems to have a brain, holds a stupid opinion I still like to ridicule them for it.  Not sure where that crosses a line into "depressing a fellow Farker enough for it to matter".
 
2014-01-29 12:12:03 PM

Shadow Blasko: walktoanarcade: 11-year-olds know suicide is wrong.

No. No they don't.

In fact, they know less than almost any cognizant being about what permanence means. One bad week is a huge % of their memory compared to a bad week for a 40 year old.

I just don't even understand where you assume that 11 year old kids have some innate ability to understand that "This is temporary".

/Maybe you have never met a suicidal pre-teen. I have.


If they don't by age 11, the parents have failed.
 
2014-01-29 12:13:25 PM

Far Cough: nekom: Grand_Moff_Joseph:
BUT, there is a clear difference between shaking your finger at me on the internet and stalking/humiliating me at school.  Ideally, neither of these would occur, but the latter is much more damaging than the former.  :)

This.  You can make fun of him on Fark and he can just brush it off "lol no1curr".  There's not much detail as to what the exact nature of the bullying was, but bullying a child can... well, lead to this.  Apples and oranges.

Yeah, I hope so, but... some people take their dumbass Internet forumgoing very seriously.  So (especially having been bullied as a child) it gives me pause about participating in any group bashing.  I do "walk away" when someone seems to be intellectually inferior, because that's just not fair, but when someone, who otherwise seems to have a brain, holds a stupid opinion I still like to ridicule them for it.  Not sure where that crosses a line into "depressing a fellow Farker enough for it to matter".


Dammit, sorry, lost the formatting.  My part was in bold.
 
2014-01-29 12:13:54 PM

Grand_Moff_Joseph: Best Princess Celestia: you shuck it off and/or plot your revenge.

Bullying is not the same as it was even 10 years ago.  With the internet giving bullies 24/7 access, parents unwilling to control their kids, and schools unable to discipline anyone without an act of Congress, bullying has reached levels that many of us never saw in our school years.

Talking to a lot of parents that I know, these days, ignoring it will only allow it to fester, and plotting revenge will only raise the stakes that much higher.

/not arguing per se
//just discussing


Really? Because it seems these days there a lot more things that are considered bullying and have rules set against them. The whole 'precious snowflake' regime. I think it just makes kids weaker.
 
2014-01-29 12:15:11 PM
Far Cough:
Yeah, I hope so, but... some people take their dumbass Internet forumgoing very seriously.  So (especially having been bullied as a child) it gives me pause about participating in any group bashing.  I do "walk away" when someone seems to be intellectually inferior, because that's just not fair, but when someone, who otherwise seems to have a brain, holds a stupid opinion I still like to ridicule them for it.  Not sure where that crosses a line into "depressing a fellow Farker enough for it to matter".

Here's the difference:  If I disagree with you on Fark, I will argue against you.  If you are ridiculously stupid, I will call you that.  And in that thread is the full extent of it.  I won't track you down, stalk you on facebook, mail you death threats, I'll just say "Your an moran" in a thread and leave it at that.  Kids these days can be absolutely VICIOUS.
 
2014-01-29 12:15:21 PM

Far Cough: Yeah, I hope so, but... some people take their dumbass Internet forumgoing very seriously.  So (especially having been bullied as a child) it gives me pause about participating in any group bashing.


See, and that's the larger point that I land on.  This may be the internet, and most all of us are adults, but some people do take things more seriously than others, and even online, words can hurt.  Ideally, we'd all refrain from group bashing - whether it's ponies, wwe, nascar, whatever.
 
2014-01-29 12:17:14 PM

walktoanarcade: Shadow Blasko: walktoanarcade: Shadow Blasko: walktoanarcade: 11-year-olds know suicide is wrong.

No. No they don't.


Yes, they do. Sure, the misguided ones don't, like the kid in the story(and his idiocy still doesn't negate the sympathy I and others grant him), but normal kids know suicide is wrong.

Well that settles it folks. Everyone can go home now. This one has it all figured out. Close down the psych wing.

You jest, but in your derision you leak the truth finally.

Honestly, the overwhelming majority of children of that age know ending their lives would seriously cut in on the Playstation time.


You are attempting to assign linear lucid thought to a traumatized mind. I do not understand how you expect that to happen.

I don't need to convince you that I am right, but I wish you could understand that you are, in my opinion and experience, wrong. Three kids from my junior high committed suicide. 2 of them in the 6th grade. One was from a seriously "happy and well adjusted churchy family"

Perhaps your primary mistake is in your core belief that suicide is wrong. Suicide is neither right nor wrong. It is a thing that happens. Usually it is preventable, It is almost always the wrong choice, and sometimes it is the only choice.

It is not a binary issue.

That said... if you are going to tell me that an 11 year kid, or MOST 11 year old kids understand suicide... and consider it "wrong" I'm gonna sit her and tell you that if they think that, it is from "explained learning" and has nothing to do with reality or experience. It is because someone told them it is wrong.. not because they have learned it.
 
2014-01-29 12:17:37 PM
Natural selection at work. Just...lie back and enjoy it.
 
2014-01-29 12:17:48 PM

jso2897: Smeggy Smurf: ManifestDestiny: Smeggy Smurf: Of all the bullying reasons, the ones that you bring on yourself are the worst.  Scrawny kids can't help if they're scrawny.  But you can stop being a brony at any time.  I have no sympathy for those that make themselves a willful target and can't take the heat.

So by being a fan of a cartoon, an 11 year old child made themselves a willful target for bullying that pushed them to attempt suicide.

Holy fark, what is wrong with you?

I've been accused of being a heartless bastard a time or two.  Truth is after the bullying I had to endure I learned how to keep some of that shiat from becoming a target.  You either give them nothing extra to nail you for or you have to man up and take it.  This kid clearly was clearly too much of a pussy to take it and not tough enough to hurt the bullies and not bright enough to keep that shiat private.  Sucks to be him.

You aren't a heartless bastard. You are a terrified little man who would like people to believe that he is hard - when he is as soft as soap, and knows it.


Agreed.
 
2014-01-29 12:19:00 PM

fickenchucker: The whole situation simply sucks--kids should be able to be kids and enjoy what they want.

--And yes, I'm the first to admit I regularly mock Bronies in these threads. Bugging each other in this venue is a world away from actually hurting people's feelings.  Everybody likes something someone else dislikes--it would be a boring world if we all did the same things.


To be fair, it's one thing to obsess over a show targeted at 11 year old girls when you're an 11 year old boy, but it's another thing entirely to do the same as a 42 year old man.
 
2014-01-29 12:19:44 PM
Now he will just be bullied for failing to kill himself.

/I say that half jokingly.
//I would not be surprised that if he did ever end up going back to that school that the kids would bully him for that as well.
 
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