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User avatar #236 - Kamesakke (04/20/2012) [-]
*sigh* I can't really tell how many times I must explain this. If you weren't there at the time, and if you weren't acquainted with anyone there who could have told you second-hand what happened, then you have no clue what is truly happening. Could it be bullying? Sure. Could it be two guys getting into a fight over something meaningful? Sure. Could the one in the shirt be the bully and the shirtless one just trying to stick up for himself? sure. Point being: post only funny or things you have experienced first-hand.
#238 to #236 - iamphoenix (04/20/2012) [-]
There's a Youtube video of it. The shirtless guy jumped the other kid and started **** with him.
User avatar #239 to #238 - Kamesakke (04/20/2012) [-]
And it was posted by one of the people there? Who have proof of what was happening was truly what was happening?
#241 to #239 - iamphoenix (04/20/2012) [-]
Uhhh....I'm not sure how to answer that second question. If you watch the video, it's clear that's what was happening. Shirtless douche just walks up to this kid and starts **** with him. The other kid tried to get him to piss off but he decided he wanted to fight him.
User avatar #242 to #241 - Kamesakke (04/20/2012) [-]
Link to the video.
#243 to #242 - iamphoenix (04/20/2012) [-]

He keeps trying to get shirtless douche to not fight with him because he has no problem with him, but to no avail. Douches gonna douche.
User avatar #245 to #243 - Kamesakke (04/20/2012) [-]
It's not bullying. It's just a street scrap. Bullying has more psychological aspects to it. It IS clear the one in the shirt wants to avoid physical conflict, but from what one could gather from the video, the man in the shirt started it by spreading rumors, to which the shirtless one wanted to end. There are no "victims" in this incident, only idiot teenagers.
#249 to #245 - Jameshaich (04/20/2012) [-]
It's not bullying, but he is a bully.
The kid says he doesn't want to fight, and that he doesn't know him, yet the other kid starts on him, and gets his ass kicked.
It's obvious the shirtless kid is the bad guy in this
User avatar #251 to #249 - Kamesakke (04/20/2012) [-]
Yes, he acts irresponsibly to the situation, but I'm not defending him, I'm only saying both people are to blame. There is no "good guy" or "bad guy" until you can look through every single person's eyes and get the full perspective. I blame those two for fighting, as I blame those other kids for not breaking it up. As I blame you victimizing one person while we are not %100 sure of the whole situation in the present.
User avatar #252 to #251 - Jameshaich (04/20/2012) [-]
I know if I hear somebody say "I don't even know you" "I don't want to fight you" and "I'm not putting up with this **** anymore", They're not the bad guy in that situation
User avatar #253 to #252 - Kamesakke (04/20/2012) [-]
Or they prefer to attack from a different source. Think about it, North Korea doesn't want to fight, but they still want to rule innocent people and bend them to do their bidding. Yet we all know they're the "bad guys". All I'm saying is that when you judge something without all possible perspectives, you're only fueling a fight, not ending it.
#274 to #253 - anon (04/26/2012) [-]
Jesus Christ just admit you were wrong you ******* moron. You didn't knew the source of the gif, you assumed it isn't bullying so you decided to make a smartass comment. You were proven wrong and now you come start saying a bunch of crap you don't even believe.
The shirtless guy assaulted someone who had no intention of fighting or harming him. That is intentional aggressive behavior. If that's not bullying I don't know what the **** is.
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