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This guy. Don't know this guy but somehow we're friends on facebook. Amanda Todd well let' s just get this all out of the way so you all can stop your bitching

Don't know this guy but somehow we're friends on facebook

Amanda Todd
well let' s just get this all out of the way so you all can stop your bitching about this dead girl. A lot
of what is posted in her bideo and on her page is fabricated to make her look like she was an angel.
Think again,
l, She was 15 years old when she flashed those guys.
2, She did it out of her own tree will. She CHAGE to do it.
3. She already flirted with many guys before.
4, She got 'beat' up at school not because of the picture, but because she slept with another girl' s
Friend, {refer to #1)
S. The guy bullied‘ her once only about Elf! months after she flashed online. Not multiple times ayer 2
years,
6, She was known to have slept with multiple men and to sell herself out,
7, Her home life wasn' t the best. (family troubles)
You people who are giving her sympathy and pity should all be ashamed of yourselfes. Instead of
giving pity to a girl who already commited suicide, how about you talk to that lonely kid at lunch? Yea,
the one who sits all alone in the corner. But no, you' d rather sit with your friends and then come home
and get on facebook and say shit like 'oh, how come no one helped poor Amanda, she' s so pretty, why
did she have to die', FUCK YOU! So crawl back in your shell of safety while the ones who really need
help are only an arms length away.
We should be talking about the ones who were bullied and managed to survive through it all, The
SUCCESS (ME) ries, Because that' s what gives kids hope, the ones who know what it' s like to be in their
shoes. The ones who have walked that road befire and came out .
What kind of message does it send to impressionable teens that f you go ahead and kill yourself' that
you will get thousands of likes on a facebook page and eberyone will feel sorry liar you and give you
attention? If you have any self respect liar the future then you' d stop and think about where your
morals are. If you' re too cc) nursed with your emotions and common sense, then just get " the
internet entirely. No one wants to read your idiotic comments and your emotion filled rage tantrums.
ti juir Stop giving pity to a dead girl. Give it to the ones who need it.
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#2 - riefenstahl
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I was bullied in my early school years and I managed to get over it and make friends. Sometimes it's about stop being a little bitch and fighting back. Facebook is creating a generation of pussies.
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User avatar #191 to #2 - iamgriffman
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i used to get bullied too, but i too overcame it and made good friends. i just don't see why everyone is bitching over this girl, sure its bad she committed suicide but she wasn't really the best kid as depicted on facebook
#212 to #2 - greatjobjimmy
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Although I agree with your first point, I disagree about Facebook creating a generation of pussies. It's just that it's easy for everyone to see their "problems", but the "problems" have always been there. Plus anyone who posts their problems on Facebook to be an attention whore probably deserve to get bullied.
#237 to #212 - riefenstahl
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I agree with you, I think we are saying the same thing. When I mean "pussies" I want to say that young people (14 to 18) have the same problems I had when I was their age but instead of fighting their way through life they just whine about it on FB as if that would make anything better.

I'm worried about the fact that people find an amount of FB "Likes" as something more positive than actually confronting your problems.
#474 to #237 - greatjobjimmy
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Sorry about that then. It seems I misunderstood you.
User avatar #360 to #2 - andalitemadness
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This is kind of unrelated, but I've been reading a bunch of essays, and literally every essay talking about the genration that comes after the writer's one says the next generation is unmanly in some form. Just saying.
#464 to #360 - riefenstahl
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Kant used to talk about the "highness" of each era or time, and he also said that everyone saw the previous era like... "lower"... so I guess it's the same thing.
#5 to #2 - xoleras
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went through the same thing, still laugh at all the dumbasses on youtube and facebook about it XD



in the mean time have this awesome car
User avatar #3 to #2 - cherryb
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Thank you!
#23 to #2 - FAILtim
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true.

i'm not fighting it anymore though. i'm 21 now. done with school started a new education. still being the loner but atleast people now talk to me in a normal way and greet me like a normal person.

sometimes a new start is all you need.

around my basic school till late highschool i got bullied. never cared about the black eye's and bruises. ofcourse they hurted, and ofcourse after hearing the same ******** over and over again it feels like a nail is being rammed in your head. you'll start to hate humanity more and more. till you explode on 1 day and ram someones head against the wall so many times that no one will ever say anything to you anymore.

which in my case was the case.

tl;dr bullied in early years, fixed it at last school year by destroying someones face against a wall. new start somewhere else after highschool.

<--got nothing related
#432 to #23 - anon id: 64c6620a
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i'm 20 now and my story is the same. The only difference is when i tried to fight them back i've got beaten harder. i'm pathetic but at least i tried.
and sorry for my very bad english
#258 to #23 - anon id: 3d4553e1
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i think there are only 2 Options
1: beat the **** out of 1 bully so the others and him will stop bullying u.( but u will probably (50:50)get many trouble because of the parents of this person and the parens etc.)
2:Do nothing but at least u dont risk anything.
I was bullied too but i didnt have the courage to beat the **** out of someone.
After 1 year i decided to hit someones face bloody.
What happened? Next day everybody had respected me and didnt make any jokes about me. the victim didnt press charges.
I think i had only luck.
The only thing that i regret is that i didnt stand up against them earlier.
(sorry for my bad english )
#4 to #2 - blueclone
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This guy. Some give this guy an award.
#13 to #4 - trolololer
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#6 to #2 - insanefreak
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Been bullied as well, up to the point where a group of five guys grabbed me and pushed me head first down a toilet, while the teachers laughed it off.

I was two years younger than everyone else, and I had to pay for it.

Now I am a teacher, and I daresay that not a single kid gets bullied as long as I am around, and that I don't wait for kids to go on and tell me they're being bullied.
When you encounter something ******, you don't need to kill yourself over it, but dedicate yourself to do better.

So Amanda, facebook generation, and lazy youths, quit screwing around online, go outside, play and talk like the previous generations used to do, and THINK BEFORE YOU ACT. Flashing someone online and climbing in a tree you shouldn't climb in at all are both things you'll regret after you did it. The difference is that when you're climbing a tree, you can always call for help.
What I try to say with this weird metaphor is: Get your ass out of your chair and go outside, the sun's shining somewhere, and live your life.
#7 to #6 - riefenstahl
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Totally agree, and I'm happy someone who thinks like this got to be a teacher ;)
#93 to #6 - lizardonfire
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At least things like this clean the genetic pool but yes if you are being bullied is better to do something about it rather than complain on facebook. Probably bullies will just enjoy watching people complain on facebook and bully harder.

I was bullied also (in early school years) because of racism (being Asian) and that nerd stuff. I moved on and Im pretty sure Im in a better place than they are now (no Im not dead lol)
#12 - trolololer
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#313 to #12 - nggamer
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User avatar #332 to #12 - daentraya
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I think thats the best and simplest way to put it
User avatar #110 - whomadewho
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I believe there was a young man named casey who stood up to bullies...

A greater man than I.
#113 to #110 - bossdelainternet
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CASEY SMASH!
CASEY SMASH!
#117 to #113 - whomadewho
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Thanks for the relevant gif
Thanks for the relevant gif
#284 - blastizard
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User avatar #322 to #284 - gergen
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I don't think you can rape someone to death...
#107 - thekaiseroxc
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Getting real tired of all these Amanda Todd posts. Who ******* cares?
Getting real tired of all these Amanda Todd posts. Who ******* cares?
#55 - Hidnight
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#56 to #55 - Hidnight
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#57 to #56 - Hidnight
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#123 to #57 - snowylinx
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mfw
User avatar #62 to #57 - raggedyswagg
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I love you so much
#363 - julpiter
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#370 - MitsukiOokami
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And above all, pity those who think Amanda Todd killing herself is a legitimate tragedy.
User avatar #383 to #370 - thegirlyoudespise
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I think suicide is tragic. Tragic for faily members, friends, boyfriends, girlfriends ect...

It's a nasty way to go out. Imagine if you found out your child killed themself? The last thing you want to hear is "oh it's not even tragic"

I get what you're saying sir, but im going to have to respectfully disagree
User avatar #399 to #383 - MitsukiOokami
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I look at everything objectively. She was bullied because of her actions. Hers alone. There are some people that I just can't give any pity to. She is one of them.
User avatar #404 to #399 - thegirlyoudespise
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I give some to her. A little. I think every suicide is sad, no matter what the cause
User avatar #415 to #404 - MitsukiOokami
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Here's another way to look at it. People all over are glorifying suicide. Everyone hates this girl, she kills herself, suddenly tons of people love her and are making facebook groups in her memory. This, in some sick way or another, encourages depressed and suicidal kids to go through with it. "At least people will care when I'm gone" or "At least I'll be famous for my misery".
The increase in suicide can be correlated with society's reactions to it. We shouldn't be glorifying this bitch's death like we are. We shouldn't be calling it a tragedy. We should be saying "Hey, she ****** up. She was stupid. Look at the pain she put her family through."
User avatar #429 to #415 - thegirlyoudespise
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I guess thats true
I just feel like she is resting now. She doesn't need all this unnecessary hates that she is getting
User avatar #446 to #429 - MitsukiOokami
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It's bound to happen. Nothing can stop it.
User avatar #448 to #446 - thegirlyoudespise
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i suppose
#198 - giblets
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Getting real tired of this ****.
Although I agree with pretty much everything in the post (especially the bit about it setting an example), she does deserve respect, obviously if she felt she couldn't carry on with her life she must have had something seriously wrong with her head.
Just because you haven't been affected by something doesn't mean someone else won't, it's part of being human, everyone else functions differently (and the same).

Personally, I have been there, last year I suffered through depression for a long time, culminating in a failed attempt to take my own life, that's how low I was, however, looking back at it now I can see that my problems, weren't actually that big or were out of my hands, so there is nothing I could do about it, I just didn't deal with it properly.

Now FJ, seeing as most of you are there going on about talking to the weird kid who sits in the corner, how many of you actually do that? I know I don't (There isn't many weird kids in my year, or if there is they're already my friends or have lots of friends), but I can say that if I did see a weird kid, I would probably ignore them without realising, and so would most of you.


TL;DR Should still show respect, despite her killing herself for all the wrong reasons, and help to stop future cases. Most people won't.

Sorry for rant, most of it probably doesn't make sense. But here's a picture of a pug.
User avatar #210 to #198 - joDAMfool
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I LOVE PUGGGS!!!
User avatar #340 to #198 - daentraya
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I am that weird kid in the corner, and i just want to be left alone. They ask me sometimes, say hi, maybe brings me a worksheet because i always go last, those little things
#288 to #198 - ultrarobbie
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User avatar #99 - scooterpony
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I got so angry when I saw the "kid in the corner at lunch" analogy, because I am that kid. For Christ's sake, I bet all those other bitches, blabbering away at their friends, will go home and cry over their keyboard at poor Amanda.
I hate people. I know people say that all the time, but I legitimately, wholeheartedly, hate people.
#122 to #99 - snowylinx
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I agree with you
I agree with you
User avatar #109 to #99 - theneonbolt
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Wow it seems that we are living the same life...
User avatar #111 to #99 - redstain
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I find that the “Kid in the corner at lunch” is usually the most fun to hang out with. I also used to be that kid due to my weight. It didn't really help that I was a shy person. But then I stopped caring what others thought of me. I realized that peoples opinions didn't matter. If they didn't like me then their loss. Real friends like you for who you are, not what you look like or what you like to do.

What you need to do is to open up. Don't wait for someone to talk to you, go and talk to them. Get to know people and make some more friends.


User avatar #353 to #111 - daentraya
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Even if i wanted to, i honestly dont know what friends are supposed to do, and most of the stuff i know is somewhat boring. I had a friend once, but it was so.. Well, we rarely had fun together, and I was usually a bit annoyed at her
User avatar #453 to #353 - redstain
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Well, just find people who like the same things you do. Talk to people to see if they like the same games, movies, t.v shows, etc. The reason you and that friend didn't have fun together was probably because you might have not had much in common. There are people out there that are like you and have the same interests. All you need to do is get out there and find them.
User avatar #456 to #453 - daentraya
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I'm just not interested in it.. And yeah, i had very very little in common with her. If i were to find a friend, it would be on the internet. I actually found one that i had much in common with, from book interests to deep philosophies and interests and writing, and feelings.. But even that has begun to slip away lately, after 1 year and some months. I just think i should stop trying. I can take it after all
User avatar #458 to #456 - redstain
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What I suggest is that you try to re-kindle the friendship with that person online. The internet is a good way to meet new people, but you have to be careful sometimes. As a matter of fact my sister met her future wife on the internet. Never stop trying. There are people out there who have things in common with you and could be a friend.
User avatar #459 to #458 - daentraya
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I'm just kind of talkative on the internet if any convo has caught my interest, but when it comes to friendship i just suck at it.
User avatar #460 to #459 - redstain
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When you start talking to people and you have things in common, you don't have to come out and say "would you like to be my friend?" It just happens. Sometimes friendship is a bit of a surprise.

Talk to people who have one thing in common with you and you will soon find that they will probably have other things in common with you too. Talking to others is the first step to friendship.
User avatar #461 to #460 - daentraya
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It just slips away after some time. Maybe a few days, weeks, months, years. It has been like that for everyone, irl and internet. Not that its many, but its still a clear trend
User avatar #462 to #461 - redstain
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Don't always rely on others to keep up friendships. Sometimes you have to keep a friendship alive.

Find groups online that have things in common with you and immerse yourself in them. If one person starts slipping away, there are always others there to be friends with.
User avatar #463 to #462 - daentraya
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Nah.. Again, i take it. If i feel like it, i try, if i dont, i dont.
User avatar #465 to #463 - redstain
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If you don't feel the need to make a lot of friends that's your decision. But there are probably people out there who you don't consider friends but they consider you a friend. Keep an eye out for those people.
User avatar #466 to #465 - daentraya
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I kind of really doubt that. ಠ_ಠ
User avatar #467 to #466 - redstain
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Well I don't know you IRL, so I wouldn't know. But there are people out there who would probably like to be friends with you, you just have to find them.
User avatar #468 to #467 - daentraya
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Statistically, yes. And statically there must be at least 1 out of 7000000000 who is uncannily like me. But since i dont really care that much, it will have to come to me, cuz i aint doing **** for it
User avatar #469 to #468 - redstain
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It's your choice. Some people are happier that way.
User avatar #470 to #469 - daentraya
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Mhmm..
User avatar #104 to #99 - dawggz
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You say you are the kid that sat in the corner and nobody talked to him?

Let me be the first guy to shake your hand in the most respectful manner. I used to be that kid from 1st grade all the way up to 10th grade, but it wasn't only until 11th and 12th grade that I opened up towards other people. Went on my road after the end of high school and immediately started putting to the test all of my brokering and bartering skills I've accumulated in 2 years of economy studying. I am now in my junior college and I have single-handedly paid my own college for the first year. Parents said "it was impossible" but got from 100 currency (in my country, around 25$) to somewhere over 3000 currency (~900$) in almost 2 months.

I didn't tell anyone about my success, I just kept the news for myself, until one day most of the ex "bullies" from my high school met me on my way to College, and told me that it was "cool" that I made so much money and blablablablabla and asked if I would like to join them for a beer or something like that.

All I did was look one of them straight in the eye and say "oh you act all mister-nice-guy all of the sudden. What, you think that after so many times you've made a mock out of me - you think you are going to turn it all around? I've spat all over you a long time ago, and where one man spits, the same man does not step. **** you." and I've went on my way, wearing my suit proudly while the guy was wearing some fake Armani T-SHIRT.

It sounds douchebaggy, I know, but think about it - if I succeeded, give me one good reason why shouldn't you? Keep fighting, you were born to win.
User avatar #108 to #104 - scooterpony
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Thank you so much, man. That's all really incredible to hear. It's what I needed.