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#349 - tazerjmarks
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(06/19/2013) [-]
I did the same thing, Punched him and to this day never bullied again.
#266 - fukyeahraptorr
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(06/17/2013) [-]
>be me
> have been in lots of schools because my parents moved 3 different countries
>last place we moved to was Denmark
> mfw I am 1 of the most popular kid in class because my parents moved alot
#259 - auesis
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#252 - zorororonoa
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(06/16/2013) [-]
Exactly. I got bullied in Jr. High. It was mostly verbal bullying, which didn't bother me that much, but one day he was pushing me around and ****. I wasn't about to put up with that, so i punched him in the face. I got suspended, but my parents congratulated me for standing up for myself and let me get a video game.
#241 - thelightbulb
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(06/16/2013) [-]
Oh God I love My Job
#229 - musicalninja
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(06/16/2013) [-]
Why couldn't this guy be my principal?!

#209 - GoldenLotus
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(06/16/2013) [-]
When I was in middle school, there was this kid who picked on me a good amount. Nothing too serious, but always trying to insult me whenever close and stuff. During PE I accidentally (it really was an accident) kicked him hard in the face and gave him a bloody nose. After that we talked more and became friends.
#201 - nitsuan
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(06/16/2013) [-]
I see two ways to deal with bullies:

First option: Ignore them; literally pay them no heed as if they did not exist even if they are directly speaking to you. This infuriates most to where it is actually hilarious, or in my opinion at least. This will send most of them away in time.

Second option: My grandpa once said that if you have a bully that is going to violently act on you or just wont go no matter how hard you try "Use those god given fist and make sure he never comes back".

I'm not big on the idea of violence, but sometimes you have to send the message!
#221 to #201 - lemleet
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(06/16/2013) [-]
i call ******** on the first option. if you just ignore those people they will go on and try to humilate you even more and you will be a sissy in front of everyone. i experienced that myself. the best way is, like your granddad told, to man the **** up and punch those cunts in the face as hard as you can. the consequences are a small price to pay for the feeling you'd have afterwards. noone will ever bully you again.
#249 to #221 - nitsuan
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(06/16/2013) [-]
I don't know, it's never let me down before ,though, I guess one may argue that I have not been picked on a lot to begin with. I can't deny the results of the "knock 'em out" way though!
#193 - cadaverbox
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(06/16/2013) [-]
I was bullied in 7-8 grade and onto high school, and half way through freshman year I decided to make that **** cut out. One day we were out on the field and one of the main perpetrators of the bullying pegged a football at my head, and while he was laughing I ran up and made him eat my fist.

We've since become friends.
#177 - foop ONLINE
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(06/16/2013) [-]
I bet when she was hitting him she had some epic John Williams star wars music in her head.
#172 - HarvietheDinkle
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(06/16/2013) [-]
I used to be the bully.

Take out your anger on me if you want, FJ. Probably deserve it (even though it was like 3rd grade)
#163 - navywannabe
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(06/16/2013) [-]
When I was in 4th grade, I was ganged-up (if that's a word) by 3 older kids in my school. I was beaten up. I told the priciple after I woke up and went inside. (all bloddied)
Her responce to my parents..."Boys will be boys."
I wasn't able to get a hit on them.
I was pissed. Not because it happened, but because I let it happen.
I went on the internet and found great self defence books.
My parents signed and paid for classes.
The kids come back.
"You're here for more?" Said the bigger one.
I get pissed (meaning I got the "eye of the tiger" going) because I ain't gonna go through that crap again. I let one kid hit me to justify it as self defence.
Not going into detail of the fight...but I opened a can o' whoop ass.
Principle saw the tape, and says that I will be suspended.
Parents say "boys will be boys."
She (the principle) says to forget she even brought up suspension.
I didn't go the rest of the week anyways. I was a bit worn down from it.
#101 - empithree
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(06/16/2013) [-]
and then they ******?
#92 - trishmay
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(06/16/2013) [-]
When I was in high school, I was bullied for being an out lesbian. Teachers would torment me, as well as security personnel. What actually helped me was forcing the principals to do something. I would cut class and go to the office as often as it took until something was done. By my last year of high school, I was one of the most popular students, and, when other kids had problems, my school did something about it.
#76 - sonofmymother
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(06/16/2013) [-]
John Williams
#52 - obesefury
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(06/16/2013) [-]
There was a dude who joined our class and immediatly started bullying me just because everyone else did. At some point he started hitting me and beating me up whenever no one was around. He was a lot taller than me and pretty fat which meant a lot of force behind the punches. He did this for about 8 months (I told the teachers who didn't do **** and I told my parents who didn't do **** but tell me to tell the teachers).

Then one day he locked the classroom door and walked over to me with a big ******* smile on his face.
And I snapped I started punching his face in and kicking his legs. He got so surprised that he stumbled up against the blackboard and I smashed his head against the blackboard. He fell to the ground and looked scared as hell and I just stood there looking. Then I grabbed my stuff and left.
He left our school 3 weeks later.

The worst thing is, after that I always wanted so ******* badly to get into a fight again, I didn't even care whether or not I'd lose. But I never got in any fights again and my current boyfriend doesn't wanna fight me for fun because he's afraid of hurting me.
#40 - walalalabangbang
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(06/16/2013) [-]
Wish it was old-school again where you can have a little fist fight and no one had to pay medical bills and **** like that.
#24 - LassieIsCool
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(06/16/2013) [-]
I kept being called a ranga at school, all I would do is have a to walk past and someone would yell it out.

I ended up kicking some guy in the dick and bruised it.

No one called me a ranga from then on.
#85 to #24 - rodagnihc
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(06/16/2013) [-]
what does ranga mean?
#22 - mynameisnotmike
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(06/16/2013) [-]
Yeah that's all fine and dandy for a girl but for guys who get bullied, if you retaliate you are ******. The bully will most likely get his friends to jump you/hurt you even worse.
#19 - anon
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(06/16/2013) [-]
I've got a few stories involving standing up to 'bullies' if anyone wants to hear them?
#20 to #19 - zzforrest
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(06/16/2013) [-]
If you are an anon, there isn't any reason to hold them back.
Go ahead.