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Re: BULLIES!
« Reply #15 on: June 25, 2009, 05:11:43 am »
As for later in my life, I was mainly teased for being very pale, surprisingly, almost exclusively by guys. Girls would always compliment my skin, but guys would always make rude comments about me "needing a tan" and other garbage. I usually just ignored them or gave them a snooze-inducing lecture on the dangers of the sun. In the end, I'm going to look fantastic when I'm 30 because of my devoted use of sunscreen and proper sun-protection, as well as refusal to give into the harmful habit of tanning. They'll probably end up looking like a leather sack. That in itself was enough for me. :)

I was teased endlessly because of my pale skin too, but that was mostly by other guys that didn't care about their education... Damn lowlives!

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« Reply #16 on: June 25, 2009, 05:23:49 am »
I was bullied back in kindergarten; a rude boy would always hit me, tease me and make me cry. :P  I was very non-confrontational, even as a child, so I never spoke up or said anything about it. One day, nearly 3/4 through the year, the boy teased me and I finally got sick of it; I took matters into my own hands. My kindergarten-self was somehow smart enough to concoct a plan to frame him. I had tripped and gotten a large scrape on my knee during recess, and I ran to my teacher and told her that the rude boy had pushed me. He didn't push me that day, but he had in the past, so I figured I was justified; my teacher forced him to make me an apology card and personally apologize to me on top of that. He never bothered me again! I realize now that it would have been better if I had approached the teacher from the start, but I cut myself a break, being as I was five and all. ;)

Wow, girls learn their innate skill of "scheming" that early in life, huh?

That is a scary thought. =D

just kidding, but seriously, pale skin?  people think thats a problem? hah!  Silly people!

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« Reply #17 on: June 25, 2009, 12:49:46 pm »
I just smirked at him, took my finger, dipped into the peanut butter hive on my left cheek, put it in my mouth and whispered "Delicious"

Smart and hilarious at the same time!

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Re: BULLIES!
« Reply #18 on: June 28, 2009, 12:53:14 am »
How but Cyber Bullies/Forum IRC bullies?

How bad can experiences get?

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Re: BULLIES!
« Reply #19 on: June 28, 2009, 01:01:31 am »
They can get pretty bad...I haven't had to deal with online bullies personally, but I've heard stories about it getting extreme--suicides, faking deaths, murder, etc. The anonymity of the internet is a lecherous bitch.

As for real-life bullying...I never really had to deal with it. I got in a couple fights when I was in kindergarten, usually with my friends. I pulled my best friend off a slide once, and knocked his lights out a couple months later. After that, nothing happened much. I got sent to the principal in third grade for flicking another kid off (stupid bastard caused me to muck up my leg, a harmless finger didn't warrant punishment). After that, I didn't really have problems--aside from some intense sibling rivalry. I became an asshole throughout high school. I'm sure I ruined a couple girls' self-esteem.

I guess I was the bully. How awesome.

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Re: BULLIES!
« Reply #20 on: June 28, 2009, 03:59:04 am »
Cyber bullies are lame. There was this huge prick at this other messageboard I went to. I didn't like him calling me a cunt so he started hating on me. Like 2 weeks after my cat died, he thought it would be funny to take a picture of it with the word "road kill" and show that to me. I cried for like 2 hours : (. I really hated him. He also got me banned from this forum. He was a huge troll and no one did a damn thing about it. He also claimed to have called this program which I applied to so that I wouldn't be accepted. I'm not sure if he did that or made that up. I'm glad I never have to deal with him again.

I used to get bullied when I was younger because I had ADHD and I was really weird and hyper. That stopped sometime in HS when I chilled out a little, heh.

Also, one of my neighbors used to bully me all the time. For some reason he called me "flat face" and used to throw water balloons at my house all the time. I really hated him too. I once punched him in the face XD;.

As for me being a bully, I'm not really a bully, but I am a troll sometimes... I tend to  get banned a lot and such. Sometimes there are a lot of opportunities to pick on people, but I don't usually take them. I also like dramaz and used to get myself involved with a lot of that...

I still do these things from time to time, but these days I'm not as interested in it as I used to be when I was younger.

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Re: BULLIES!
« Reply #21 on: June 29, 2009, 03:20:08 am »
Hah. I'm not very well liked on the Internet. I've had cyber bullies attack me all the time. Myspace, AIM, Youtube. However, I ended up developing my troll killing skills. Ask anyone. I'm one of the retards that gets into fights on the Internet, but damnit, I'm the retard that wins. 

I suppose it's only a matter of time before I say something stupid here that gets me on a majority of y'all's bad sides.

Actually, no, I take that back. You guys actually don't seem to put a lot of emphasis on rank here, as I've seen Zeality and the other higher-ups actually interacting with the rookies like me. I might get along better with the admin staff since you're not all secluded.

So yeah, cyber bullies hate me.

Real bullies, though. I've had a few that made fun of me because I befriended a girl back when befriending women wasn't something that a boy should do. But in the end, look who grew up to be 12 and had tons of women surrounding him on a daily basis. Hahaha.

There was also a bully on my bus route, who would smack me around and toss me out of my seat. Good thing, though, that I had my father there to help me. After one particularly bad experience where I got jabbed in the eye with a pencil, he brought me into the principal's office(the Principal, by the way, was also a very kind soul and helped the problem immensely, thank God for him) and yelled for close to half an hour. At the end of the meeting, the principal looked so haggard that I felt I had to remind him that it wasn't his fault. That was in second grade though, I would've been 7 or 8.

Of course, middle school was Hell, but by high school everyone trooped to their respective cliques and left me and my friends alone.

Bullying is counter-intuitive, which is a nice way of saying that the people who do it are dumbasses(sorry if that was over the line, I don't know the specifics of your rules on swearing, and I'll edit it if it is.). I'm probably guilty of it to some degree. In fact, I know I am.

But I'm human and human's aren't perfect. Remember that when you're being bullied. They're human too and they're imperfect. Regardless of social status, wealth, or grade point average, no one is more imperfect than when they're bullying another human being.

Just try to keep the faith, religious or otherwise, that everything will wind up ok in the end.

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Re: BULLIES!
« Reply #22 on: June 29, 2009, 07:34:45 am »
The death of Michael Jackson reminds me of a bully I encountered in high school, who always tried to tease me by telling me that I looked like him.

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Re: BULLIES!
« Reply #23 on: June 29, 2009, 10:21:21 am »
The death of Michael Jackson reminds me of a bully I encountered in high school, who always tried to tease me by telling me that I looked like him.

 :( That's pretty lame. Yeah, you definitely don't have to worry about that!

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« Reply #24 on: June 29, 2009, 11:41:07 am »
The death of Michael Jackson reminds me of a bully I encountered in high school, who always tried to tease me by telling me that I looked like him.

LOL. What kind of insult is that? I mean, if he was insulting you, then he'd be insulting himself too, but if he was complimenting himself then...

Hahahaha, sorry, not to laugh at the bullying, but this guy was retarded.

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« Reply #25 on: June 29, 2009, 11:47:23 am »
I mean, if he was insulting you, then he'd be insulting himself too, but if he was complimenting himself then...

I thought she was saying that the bully was comparing her to Jackson, not to himself.

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Re: BULLIES!
« Reply #26 on: June 29, 2009, 12:00:08 pm »
Oh that's an insane insult. I guess it's true that bullies are just attention-seeking bastards, who thrive on troubling situations and have a general disdain for social standards.

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Re: BULLIES!
« Reply #27 on: June 29, 2009, 12:41:48 pm »
At least he don't  try to compare you with MJ scandal, right? Despite that, I thought you will be flattered, but don't leave us puzzled, what is your reaction for such mockery? Is comparing face really an insult?

Either an insult or not, at least it is better than being compared as same person, or being compared to a porno actor. Now that is RETARDED and IRRADICAL  !

 

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« Reply #28 on: June 30, 2009, 04:50:39 am »
The bully was actually a girl! :P As for her "insult", I've always considered MJ an extremely innovative performer and talented musician; I was actually more offended for MJ, being used as an insult like that. (The poor man had bad enough self-esteem as it was without people tactlessly attacking his appearance.) The girl was overall just a mean person who liked to bring others down; she also constantly picked on my (male) best friend for having a high voice and participating in our school's choir. Incredibly lame! I definitely paid her no mind. ;)

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Re: BULLIES!
« Reply #29 on: June 30, 2009, 02:25:08 pm »
I got made fun of constantly until last year.
When I broke more than one nose and scared the living shit out of people daily.
It's not fun, but it is effective.

The first time I had a bully was in first grade, and I solved that issue by talking about socks and Final Fantasy until he figured I was a lost cause and left.

Another time I had a bully was in 7th grade, I got back at him by changing his grade. I had the password to the Grade system, and his parents didn't care, so hurrah!