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#4 - hinedodmansmith **User deleted account**
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#6 to #4 - disturbingirony [OP]
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But 1 like=1 prayer!
#270 - foelkera ONLINE
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>10th grade   
>Study hall   
>Random Spic douche walks up to me, grabs my cell phone, and walks back to his desk   
>Go up to him, ask for it back   
>"Hurr wutr u gon do bout it pussay"   
>Useless-ass teacher reading a book instead of paying attention to the class   
>Reach for my phone, he jabs me in the stomach   
>Punch him in the eye, take phone back   
>Obligatory "Hurr durr ur a ray-siss" from every jiggaboo piece of **** in class   
MFW I got suspended because I stopped a wetback piece of **** from stealing from me
>10th grade
>Study hall
>Random Spic douche walks up to me, grabs my cell phone, and walks back to his desk
>Go up to him, ask for it back
>"Hurr wutr u gon do bout it pussay"
>Useless-ass teacher reading a book instead of paying attention to the class
>Reach for my phone, he jabs me in the stomach
>Punch him in the eye, take phone back
>Obligatory "Hurr durr ur a ray-siss" from every jiggaboo piece of **** in class
MFW I got suspended because I stopped a wetback piece of **** from stealing from me
#260 - kirokan
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(UK here) Back in secondary school i was bullied like hell: punched, kicked, spat at, verbal abused and even vandalising my bike. of course even after telling the school and getting my parents to phone the school nothing happened...
eventually just out of chance it got into a 5 vs me fight where they were just kicking the **** out of me with 2 classes watching and no teachers watching because they wernt there yet. with my eyes streaming with tears (i was a big crier) i saw that a locker door had come off its hinges and was lying there inside its holding bit. the thing was about 40 cm by maybe 20 cm and i think made of steel or something?
so i grabbed it and i just smacked each one of them round the face with it and ran as fast as i could. as soon as i got to my bike i got on it and cycled home, it was about lunch time
in the end the police were called and an ambulance to as i had broken one of the boys noses, i had a black eye, a sprained wrist and a heavy nosebleed. After that no-one talked to me, not even the bullies and 2 weeks later i was pulled from the school and sent to a much better one. When i see the bullies nowadays they maybe yell out a comment or 2 but they dont touch me at all s i would say that hitting them back doesnt solve it 100% but it can at least stop the violence, however it can also give bad consequences (no one wanted anything to do with me)
#267 to #260 - SognaVetr
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Not solving it 100% only means you didn't hit them hard enough.
#269 to #267 - kirokan
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potentially, wont know now though
#74 - anon
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You have to man the **** up to stop a bully. Be absolutely horrible to the guy. If you're physically weak than attack him emotionally. His sister just died? Make fun of him for that. Call her a slut, bitch, cunt, whatever you want. Make it burn. Do not give a **** about him. He doesn't care about you so you shouldn't care about him. Ruin his entire life. Make up rumors and ****, idk. Make his life a living hell so he suffers. Destroy his self confidence. Emotional pain hurts a lot more than physical. Destroy him from the inside until he is suicidal and than hopefully he'll kill himself. That is your goal. Remove him from existence, he deserves it.
#84 to #74 - dagold
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I found that a weighty piece of old pipe did the trick, but I grew up in Detroit, so maybe it is different in other places. The best way to make friends there is to beat the hell out of each other. Got lots of scars on my knuckles from turning bullies into friends.
#141 to #84 - anon
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No you don't want to make the bully into a friend, you want to destroy them. Make them wish they were ******* dead. This is why I prefer emotional and psychological trauma. **** that befriending a bully.
#307 - iceholder
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The biggest problem is that the retar- I mean, powers-that-be, are so afraid to actually get involved and help because of sue-happy parents, that it winds up HAVING to boil down to a fight.

I remember in 10th grade, this asshole just would not leave me alone. Kept taking cheap shots at me verbally and physically. Had enough one day, and when he went to hit me - in class, no less - I blocked and countered right to his jaw. Teacher came in, I explained what happened, and the kid got dragged away, bleeding from inside his lip, presumably having had a tooth knocked out. Never saw his ass again in my life, and people kind of left me alone after that. Never got in trouble, either, 'cause the teacher was one of the cool ones that actually bothered to pay attention to the kids in the class, rather than drone on and just assume everyone was equal personality-wise.
#311 to #307 - anon
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youre ******* gay dude I guarantee that didn't happened, youre a pussy and probly got ****** up and bullied cause your a bitch faggot
#322 to #311 - iceholder
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#325 to #322 - AnomynousUser
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He's so badass that he signed out to say it, too!
#285 - chosencausefuckyou **User deleted account**
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#303 to #285 - champaigne
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Wtf is wrong with society :\
#334 to #303 - tigersstripes
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People
#305 to #285 - wanicochil
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I know whats it's like to have the whole class against you   
   
Had it the last 2 years of primary school, worse years of my life   
   
They would blame me for everything bad that ever happened, I would get a detention almost every day, and when I didn't I would just be sitting in the corner for the whole of recess/lunch/class time   
   
Primary school really sucks
I know whats it's like to have the whole class against you

Had it the last 2 years of primary school, worse years of my life

They would blame me for everything bad that ever happened, I would get a detention almost every day, and when I didn't I would just be sitting in the corner for the whole of recess/lunch/class time

Primary school really sucks
#315 to #285 - anon
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****** cry about it queer, to bad you didn't commit suicide you ******* homo
#346 to #315 - syntheticdoll ONLINE
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troll harder next time, Anonfag.
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#275 - paelaer
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>Be 16, sophomore in high school
>Up to that point, parents always preached about standing up for myself by any means necessary
>Idiot redneck douche mongrel comes to my hangout spot in the school courtyard, which was under a nice maple tree
>Douche mongrel starts insulting my friends and ****
>I tell him off and tell him to go away
>Douche mongrel starts making death threats against me
>Go "Come at me bro" and he does
>School has policy about what constitutes as self-defence: three hits anywhere on the body, walk away, retaliate if attacker keeps going
>Block three punches, turn and pretend like I'm walking away
>Douche mongrel keeps going
>Douche mongrel ends up with a bloody face and possibly a busted nut.
>I get disciplined even after my friends testified it was in self-defence.
>Douche mongrel gets suspsended for starting the fight
>Parents still discipline me with the excuse of "WE RAISED YOU BETTER THAN THAT"
#282 to #275 - logickid ONLINE
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My school doesn't even allow self defense.
#286 to #275 - amuro
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Good work, those ******* love a good old makeup sometimes...
#329 to #275 - matthewfuckingmain
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My Father always told me if anyone at school ever hit me, lay their hands on me, anything that would do me harm, I was to punch them, and not stop until the teachers pulled me off them. He told me that if the suspended me he would go the school and raise Hell, and argue that you can't suspend someone for defending themselves. Honestly, I never got into a "real" fight. I was picked on, I'm pretty sure most people were though. I just didn't let it get to me.
#274 - mexicandudeinsd
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these kids need to learn about it from 21 jump street. punch them in the face.
www.youtube.com/watch?v=pG_A40VhlX0

take **** from nobody and dont fall to peer pressure.
#271 - SognaVetr
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>Be 11 years
>Never bullied at school
>Decide to join soccer club
>One kid is the biggest douchebag ever, decides to pick on the new kid
>Situation is ****** up, but i dont wanna stop soccer so i deal with it
>One time he decides to hit me in the face
>i falcon punch him in the chest
>as he bends over i take his head and push it a pile of dog ****
>keep his face in the dog **** for at least 5 minutes
>nobody helps him
>dissapeared from the club the next day
>everyone says theyre happy he's gone
>epic win
#188 - goochmaster
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One time in middle school, there was this kid named Daniel who would make fun of my weight a lot. Now I was much bigger than he was, but I was (heavy emphasis on WAS) a bit of a pacifist, so I never did anything. Near the end of the year, all of the kids who had achieved the minimum score for the Accelerated Reader program were taken to the high school for a special showing of "Grease", produced by the high school drama department. Dickhead Daniel was seated directly behind me, and the entire musical he kept berating me, specifically saying "move your fat head, fatty". About halfway through the second act I had had enough. My pimp hand engaged, and I bitch smacked him as hard as I could, giving him a really bad bloody nose. I was sent to the principal's office, I told him what happened, and he sentenced me to a week of In-house suspension. He was sent in with me when his nose stopped bleeding. After he sat down I looked at him and said, "How'd that work out for ya? Pretty good?"   
   
<MFW
One time in middle school, there was this kid named Daniel who would make fun of my weight a lot. Now I was much bigger than he was, but I was (heavy emphasis on WAS) a bit of a pacifist, so I never did anything. Near the end of the year, all of the kids who had achieved the minimum score for the Accelerated Reader program were taken to the high school for a special showing of "Grease", produced by the high school drama department. Dickhead Daniel was seated directly behind me, and the entire musical he kept berating me, specifically saying "move your fat head, fatty". About halfway through the second act I had had enough. My pimp hand engaged, and I bitch smacked him as hard as I could, giving him a really bad bloody nose. I was sent to the principal's office, I told him what happened, and he sentenced me to a week of In-house suspension. He was sent in with me when his nose stopped bleeding. After he sat down I looked at him and said, "How'd that work out for ya? Pretty good?"

<MFW
#202 to #188 - kcits
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**kcits rolled a random image posted in comment #4676586 at My Little Pony fanfiction, backgrounds, songs, lyrics, and GIFs. ** Great story and pic to go with it. I'm commenting because while it's great that you got in shape, I find it a kind of bit sad how emphasized "was" is, like if you were still fat, you wouldn't be worth as much. Obviously, no one wants to be fat, and sorry, it's just my opinion that those who are should consider getting in shape, if they can, for the health benefits (I've struggled with my weight in life,) but (shrug.) See, I was bullied for being the fat kid in middle school. That was ******* brutal. My older sister told me to smack the lead kid in the head, a boy. I won't say all of what I did to him, but yes, the violence worked.
#207 to #202 - goochmaster
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No, I'm still big. I said that I was (used to be) a pacifist. Now I don't take anybody's ****, and I'm very well respected.
#234 to #207 - kcits
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Oh, then I can't read. I can completely understand the emphasis on pacifist then. I've told every single one of the little kids I love going into school to never take anything from anyone, not worth it. I'm glad you're doing okay.
#82 - taurusman
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I personally believe we should be able to fight without any reprocussions, i dont mean beat someone to a brainless pulp (keep GBH laws) but one hat says "hey ******* stop doing that ****." being lenient has led to a generation of idiots who get off scott free for doing ****. my brothers a swagfag who treats my mum like **** and punches her but if my mum or me do anything back we'd get arrested so he continues to get away with it and if we say anything or impliment laws he just tells us to **** off
#91 to #82 - yearofthemonkey
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I got my ass handed to me in grade 9 (14 y/o) because my friend had bullied the kid. I told him to back off and quit being a dick but the kid grabbed me while i was talking to my friend and blind sided me. And I was by no means a fighter in grade 9. The teachers didn't do anything about it because he was bullied from my friend. Me and my friend got suspended and he was hailed as a hero for standing up to "us".

Since then, me and the kid have been good friends, but for no punishment to be given to him was ridiculous.

Fighting still requires repercussions, but it needs to be handled by the proper people.
#95 to #91 - taurusman
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oh I understand there needs to be reprocussions but i mean it needs to be fairly so its not just one side. if some idiont 12 y/o in jeans down his ankles starts punching you and demanding your wallet you should be able to punch back not too badly but of an equal measure in strength. Instead you get a jail sentence and record while the little **** puts on the waterworks and goes back to wallet stealing
#44 - maggotarms
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my dad taught me a really good life lesson about bullies, where they just want an easy target and if you stand up to them and fight them, even if you lose that one fight, they know you wont take the crap they give you.
#18 - flemsdfer
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It's how I always solved it. At the very start of things turn it into a very violent fight. Bullies don't want a fight. They want to put down easy prey. I never even had someone actually fight me, they always just backed down because I was the crazy ****** to threaten beating you with a chair if you started ****.
#34 to #18 - robotgoose
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Story of my life in (early) school.
People thought I was easy prey, I kicked their ass and they'd let me be.
#108 to #34 - flemsdfer
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It's true. That ignoring them **** doesn't work because you're just being easy prey.
#109 to #108 - robotgoose
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Exactly, all the bullies I've had harassing me have stopped, and they stopped because I fought back.
Everything else, sadly, won't help you.
In this case, violence is the quickest and safest option.
#113 to #109 - flemsdfer
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Usually what can work in it's place is just the threat of violence as I mentioned, but do it early. The second the first name calling begins just get super pissed, grab some large blunt weapon and just have that loud, let's go, attitude. In my experience they always backed down, especially in highschool because if there was any fight both parties were arrested by the police regardless of who started what.
#170 to #113 - robotgoose
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Yeah, I was never passive against my bullies, if they'd talk **** I'd say "**** you" or "shut up" or something similar.
Some people only bullied me with words, but those people tended to stop after a while, the guys who continued often started to hit me and that's when I snapped.

The cops have never been an element, considering a huge majority of my/our fighting took place from 8-14 years of age, and it wasn't all that serious.
Bloodshed was rare.
#216 - freshbakedrolls
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It was 7th grade and I was tall and a manly looking girl, you know awkward stages. A lot of people would tell me how ugly I was and I was to the point where I would eat lunch in the bathroom to avoid bullies (I know I shouldn't have done this but I was young and stupid). One day when I was walking to class one of my normal bully, Austin, decided it was time for me to cry. So he came up to me called me all the usual names, ugly, stupid, man-woman, transvestite. And then he touched me by grabbing my face and pulling down really hard. I was bigger than him so I took that mother ****** and knocked him into the lockers so hard he fell to the ground in pain. The the bang was so loud the crowded hallway stopped and stared. Not one teacher said a word as I walked to my class.    
   
I was never bullied again. ever.
It was 7th grade and I was tall and a manly looking girl, you know awkward stages. A lot of people would tell me how ugly I was and I was to the point where I would eat lunch in the bathroom to avoid bullies (I know I shouldn't have done this but I was young and stupid). One day when I was walking to class one of my normal bully, Austin, decided it was time for me to cry. So he came up to me called me all the usual names, ugly, stupid, man-woman, transvestite. And then he touched me by grabbing my face and pulling down really hard. I was bigger than him so I took that mother ****** and knocked him into the lockers so hard he fell to the ground in pain. The the bang was so loud the crowded hallway stopped and stared. Not one teacher said a word as I walked to my class.

I was never bullied again. ever.
#214 - jdawgydawg ONLINE
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in my honest opinion, elders, including teachers, should legally be allowed to 'spank' or 'beat' kids in school who misbehave. that will teach kids how to shut their mouth and act in an appropriate manner
#240 to #214 - chiefrunnyjeans
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we tried that once and it didn't really work out so well
#184 - ningyoaijin
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I was bullied relentlessly in primary and early middle school, but then I got fed up and the last kid to call me fat got strangled, his face smashed through a door and scraped half a mile down a brick wall, and his arse thrown down two flights of stairs. Got the police called onto me, but they did **** all and I ended up being left completely alone from then onwards.
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#42 - infinitereaper ONLINE
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After being bullied and fighting my way out of it (Well, not that I won my first few fights)   
   
I discovered my love of violence, the adrenaline and satisfaction that comes from crushing someones skull beneath your feet... it's indescribable.    
   
Ironically as soon as this happened I was never really bothered again no matter where I went.    
   
   
What I can say is that while violence doesn't solve everything, it sure as hell solves a lot of things.
After being bullied and fighting my way out of it (Well, not that I won my first few fights)

I discovered my love of violence, the adrenaline and satisfaction that comes from crushing someones skull beneath your feet... it's indescribable.

Ironically as soon as this happened I was never really bothered again no matter where I went.


What I can say is that while violence doesn't solve everything, it sure as hell solves a lot of things.
#50 to #42 - anon
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2edgy4me
#51 to #50 - infinitereaper ONLINE
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Nothing edgy about standing up for yourself or liking to fight.
It's in our evolutionary DNA to begin with.
#53 to #51 - anon
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It's not in our DNA to enjoy to fight, it's a natural response to preserve yourself, not to have fun. Enjoying "crushing someones skull beneath your feet" would be attributed to mental illness, not natural flight or fight reactions.
#98 to #53 - infinitereaper ONLINE
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Flight or fight, but what does fleeing in todays world solve? Few things if anything. As for pleasure, there are several cases in the animal kingdom. As for morality, that's all relative. I'd kill a rapist, a mugger, a gun toting robber or anyone of the like without a second thought and enjoy doing so. Does that make me evil? I don't think so. Corrupt? Sure. But at least my anger is directed towards the correct people. It's called justice. You don't have to agree, but don't act like a smug little bitch
#185 to #98 - anon
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There are cases in other species, but as for homosapiens no, deriving pleasure from hurting/killing someone isn't natural or normal.

I'm not questioning the morality of defending against a rapist, murderer, etc. I'm saying deriving genuine pleasure from the act of killing/hurting someone is attributed towards mental illness, that isn't a opinion, tell any mental health professional that they'll tell you the same.

#206 to #185 - infinitereaper ONLINE
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Mental illness is living in ignorance as the world around you degrades right in front your face. As such, such statements I not only find petty but a joke. You are nothing, and your words mean nothing. Stop trying to pat yourself on the back, it's pathetic.
#233 to #206 - anon
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How am I patting myself on the back? I'm merely stating what you're describing isn't normal or natural and is a sign of psychological problems, it's a fact, regardless of what you think.
#237 to #233 - infinitereaper ONLINE
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I'm just not a fan of absolutes. The history of medicine and ideas about human biology is just an example. It is not unnatural. Nature is dictated by conditions, and if killing was required for our survival then whatever helped promote that would be "good". Morality is just a product. There is no "problem". This is societal.
#245 to #237 - anon
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It doesn't matter what you're a fan of, facts are facts. And yes, it is unnatural, enjoying killing people is a defect in the brain, a defect that can be observed through MRI scans and such procedures. Again, i'm not debating the morality aspect of what you're saying, i'm talking about the psychological aspect.
#287 to #245 - infinitereaper ONLINE
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If you're talking about psychopathy then you really are off base here. You do know the difference between them and normal human beings? You realize the difference between biological causes and human nature?
#324 to #287 - anon
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My entire point was about mental illness, you spiraled off into some morality debate. You do realize that liking killing isn't normal human nature, seeing as the majority of people don't?
#337 to #324 - infinitereaper ONLINE
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Even if the majority don't that doesn't mean it isn't in our nature, even chimpanzees kill each other every now and then.
#339 to #337 - anon
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Yes, it does, if 99% of people don't derive pleasure from killing that means that deriving pleasure from killing is abnormal, and is recognized as a defect, a defect observable in the brain i might add.

Most chimpanzee's don't kill for pleasure.
#340 to #339 - infinitereaper ONLINE
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Yes yes, and lobotomies were the epiphany of medical science. "Facts" "facts" "Facts" But every decade is different.

Sure for some its that way but I doubt its for all. My brain is perfectly normal I might add--but that won't change my love of violence. Such lust for revenge is pure human nature. A byproduct of our evolution.

Nothing more, nothing less.
#341 to #340 - anon
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You might want to look up the word facts, and pay attention to the word observable.

Literally every psychopath documented have had the same deficiencies in the same parts of the brain. And no, normal is defined by the norm, if you truly find violence pleasurable it's not normal. Revenge is human nature, but enjoying "crushing someone's skull" is different from revenge, defending yourself and hurting others are two entirely different things.

It doesn't seem like this is getting through to you so this is where I end the debate. Goodnight.
#342 to #341 - infinitereaper ONLINE
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Tsk. You're just a self righteous prick. I'll just make this guess right now, I don't need to insult you do I? I'm sure... you know what you are already.

Anyways, you're only half right. Thanks for the half truths, goodnight.
#58 to #42 - fuzzyballs
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1) you're a liar, that much is obvious
2) you're not a badass

have a nice day loser
#93 to #58 - infinitereaper ONLINE
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No no, I'll tell you what's really going on here.
If I'm on the internet, especially this type of site I have to be beta, I'll tell you am actually mostly beta, except when it comes to this subject. I've got no reason to lie, and don't believe for a minute that I'm a bad ass, I simply like destroying smug bastards who think it's okay to make people miserable for their own pleasure.

You don't have to believe me, in fact, you don't have to do anything. Losers talk about the way the world is, and not how it should be. I'll take retribution against any asshole who wants to **** with me, but that's just me. Maybe I am a loser, but I damn well won't go down without a fight.

Stop getting offended because of your own weakness, you shouldn't bring everyone down to your level just because of that.
#146 to #93 - fuzzyballs
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sure ya do buddy
there's no need to try and prove yourself, I'm not going to buy it
#147 to #146 - infinitereaper ONLINE
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Listen I'm just trying to make a point here, you can believe whatever you want, it's not like anyone likes to admit that they are wrong. And it's not like I care what you think anyway.
#150 to #147 - fuzzyballs
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and of course you care so little you first tried to prove yourself, and then care so little that you actually had to tell me you don't care
#165 to #150 - infinitereaper ONLINE
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Whatever makes you sleep at night kid.
#186 to #165 - fuzzyballs
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that's right buddy
just keep on puffing

by the way, I'm not the one thumbing you down, I don't want you to think I'm that petty
#211 to #186 - infinitereaper ONLINE
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Oh huff puff, this is the internet, it's not like I can punch you in the face, so I'm not going to stress about it. Just stop being obnoxious and mind your own business. Don't take out your own misfortune in life on me.
#212 to #211 - infinitereaper ONLINE
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I've never really cared about thumbs, it's the people behind them that spike my interest.
#26 - PedoBearFTW
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This didn't happen in school, but it was still basically the same moral.   
I was on a playground once, and made a new friend. He was a pretty heavy guy, and this kid and his friends were picking on him, and I saw him push my fat friend on the ground. They were all laughing, and as they were leaving, I confronted the bully. I said &quot;Why are you picking on him? He didn't do anything to you.&quot; He elbows me in the nose, and I just lost it. I punched him square in the face, and he ran off to his mom crying. His friends didn't want to talk to the snot-nosed crying little ****, and his parents made him come over and apologize to me. It was awesome.
This didn't happen in school, but it was still basically the same moral.
I was on a playground once, and made a new friend. He was a pretty heavy guy, and this kid and his friends were picking on him, and I saw him push my fat friend on the ground. They were all laughing, and as they were leaving, I confronted the bully. I said "Why are you picking on him? He didn't do anything to you." He elbows me in the nose, and I just lost it. I punched him square in the face, and he ran off to his mom crying. His friends didn't want to talk to the snot-nosed crying little ****, and his parents made him come over and apologize to me. It was awesome.
#21 - dragonforcegirl
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(06/16/2013) [-]
My dad tried a similar tactic with his girlfriend's son.
Children have a legal right to feel safe at school and the school have a legal obligation to protect them. He went to the school and they did nothing so my dad told him to kick the **** out of them.
The school can't to **** in that scenario, because they are the ones who have failed to fulfil their responsibility.