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Posted Jun 25, '12 at 10:58pm

EmperorPalpatine

EmperorPalpatine

9,477 posts

Because a spit in the eye is most certainly not a reason to be expelled.

The reason is because bodily fluids can spread potentially deadly diseases.
 

Posted Jun 26, '12 at 12:09am

sensanaty

sensanaty

1,145 posts

The reason is because bodily fluids can spread potentially deadly diseases.


I've got urinated on when I was kid because I lost a fight, and the guy wasn't expelled or anything, they just told him not to do it again. So, a spit is not as bad as urine, even if it's sterile, it's still nasty
 

Posted Jun 27, '12 at 9:31pm

Chata722

Chata722

74 posts

Bullying... is not cool >

 

Posted Jun 27, '12 at 10:21pm

314d1

314d1

3,962 posts

I've got urinated on when I was kid because I lost a fight, and the guy wasn't expelled or anything, they just told him not to do it again. So, a spit is not as bad as urine, even if it's sterile, it's still nasty


...Have you ever considered moving to a different country? Perhaps one where you don't get stabbed randomly? Or one that is at least warmer?

Bullying... is not cool >


What a well thought out and informative comment! I see you must have strained your brain coming up with it. The face at the end shows how serious you are about this.
 

Posted Jun 28, '12 at 7:47am

sensanaty

sensanaty

1,145 posts

...Have you ever considered moving to a different country? Perhaps one where you don't get stabbed randomly? Or one that is at least warmer?


Oh I have, a long time ago, too. Sure is warmer, too. I'm not proud of what my kinsmen do, but not everyone is like that. If you ignore the violent part of it, it's pretty nice.

What a well thought out and informative comment! I see you must have strained your brain coming up with it. The face at the end shows how serious you are about this.


I laughed more than I normally would at that.
 

Posted Jun 30, '12 at 10:20am

157C

157C

58 posts

The kid probably gets abused at home or any number of things and bullies people so he can " feel like he has some control ". Don't just jump to conclusions when you haven't taken what could be going on at this persons house.

No he dousn't, i go to his house almost everyday and their are no signs of abuse. No being scared of his parents or anything like that! So no abuse either. Anyone else want to try and help me and my friend out with this situation?
 

Posted Jun 30, '12 at 2:03pm

fracell

fracell

68 posts

i say to man up and stand up for yourself

 

Posted Jun 30, '12 at 7:00pm

xeden

xeden

268 posts

Doesn't do as much psychological damage as the liberal media would have you think. Bullies themselves oftentimes are far more in need of psychiatric care. The victims either rise above the issue with a stronger character; or) they succumb to negative emotions, which in my opinion is the fault of the individual.

 

Posted Aug 4, '12 at 12:57pm

Wifle24

Wifle24

35 posts

i say to man up and stand up for yourself


That is really Dumb, what if the kid has down syndrome or autism, cant make freinds, cant stand up for themsevles. Thats ignoring a serious problem people have feelings dude, you cant ignore a something horrible and hope it will go away.


New bullying statistics for 2012 revealed about one in seven students in grades kindergarten through 12th grade is either a bully or has been a victim of bullying. Sometimes a teen or child who has been bullied eventually becomes the bully as a way to retaliate. In fact, revenge for bullying is one of the strongest motivations for school shootings, according to recent bullying statistics. A reported 61 percent of students said they believe students shoot others at school because they have been victims of physical violence at home or at school. This is a true indicator that bullying can occur in all forms by other students, children, teens as well as adults. According to various bullying studies, many teens and children act out violently on their peers through acts of bullying because they are abused at home.
 

Posted Aug 4, '12 at 1:19pm

Masterforger

Masterforger

1,856 posts

Medieval solution?
Buy your kid a crossbow and twice the amount of bolts as the number of bullies.
Today's solution?
Numerous things that involve "invoking the good in all of us"
I wouldn't say to "man up" but a bit of a friendly brawl, the occasional slamming of a foe into a metal playground ladder, for example, can get your enemies in line. Or you can try telling on them, which nearly always gets a good result. Or you can try blackmailing the family responsible, or you can try talking the to family.
Note the "Bad idea, good idea" trend in my words.

But seriously, I was bullied briefly, and I stood up to them. Weakness in the face of strength guarantees nothing but more shows of force. I'm not saying to punch your enemy, deal with them in more...subtle...ways. The playground was a fantastic place for me to learn the art of sabotage, subterfuge and otherwise sinister tactics that got rid of my tormentors.

 
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