rats19 wrote:Not to judge....cuz if you still think about it, must have upset you. I am no judge, but if that's all ya got girl....u a saint.
I have always stuck up for the underdog, but a few, let's callthem nerds...needed help, I gave that help..but the vig was....I owned them, never did anything horrible to them but they knew the deal and took the lesser of the evils...moi!
More mental anguish than physical..the guys who got picked last for dodgeball,you know the type...good and willing screens they were...lol
Farhan Lalji wrote:Both. I enjoyed both greatly.
Being bullied in both school and online allowed me the opportunity to bully back harder because he or she started it and two wrongs always make a right regardless of what people say.
Being a bully in both school and online was also fun because I got to see people act like little bitches.......while also getting a measure of revenge.
At current however - I don't consider myself to be a bully or bullied. I'm too busy with my career, marathon training, chess training (lol), and investing, to care about any disparaging remarks thrown my way......if there are any. Oddly enough, I don't really feel compelled to bully people and be a dickhead to people as much as I want to. I can't help but feel bad now when I do it and so I had to stop (conscience starting kicking in a bit around the 2008ish mark. Booo).
Would much rather just focus on achieving my goals in the 4 different areas of life that I have chosen.
then i wish you sucess and joy and life and karma is kind to you.
RoyalDude wrote:Whenever I encountered a bully like Blob MacKenzie I always said, "Dude? What's with the aggression? It's all good."
Eddy Punch Clock wrote:Why hasn't Doc confessed yet?
Strangelove wrote:Eddy Punch Clock wrote:Why hasn't Doc confessed yet?
Thanks for asking, I have come to the conclusion that bullying is wrong.
And you best buy into that Eddy because i DO know where you live.
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