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Posted Sep 27, '13 at 5:32pm

thebluerabbit

thebluerabbit

2,917 posts

so im confused... you get bullied in the usa and you do nothing about it, but when you get bullied in pakistan you do something about it? how does that make sense?

 

Posted Sep 28, '13 at 1:05pm

mbbs112

mbbs112

174 posts

when did i say i got bullied in the usa? i was a sissy over there and i never got bullied there so thats why i got easily bullied in pakistan but i stood up for myself here

 

Posted Sep 28, '13 at 3:03pm

thebluerabbit

thebluerabbit

2,917 posts

when did i say i got bullied in the usa? i was a sissy over there and i never got bullied there so thats why i got easily bullied in pakistan but i stood up for myself here

ah. so you think a violent enviroment is better. from your posts all i learned is that:

1. usa is much less violent then pakistan
2. you think that being bullied is a good thing

way to go. i personally would rather live in a peaceful place and stay a sissy.

you see, not everybody that gets bullied learns to stand up for themselves. some are physically weak, some just dont like fighting. if theres no bullying theres no reason to know how to fight. what you say just make it seem as if you like fighting and violence and that you only found that out about yourself because you moved to a violent enviroment.

 

Posted Sep 28, '13 at 7:18pm

Blairlarson

Blairlarson

93 posts

Bullying is jacked up. Sometimes I can be a bully and I always fell bad after.

 

Posted Sep 28, '13 at 7:30pm

JohnsBiggestFan

JohnsBiggestFan

94 posts

Bullying is needed for weird people to change their behaviour so they can become socially acceptable

 

Posted Sep 28, '13 at 7:55pm

thepunisher93

thepunisher93

1,859 posts

you see, not everybody that gets bullied learns to stand up for themselves. some are physically weak, some just dont like fighting. if theres no bullying theres no reason to know how to fight. what you say just make it seem as if you like fighting and violence and that you only found that out about yourself because you moved to a violent enviroment.

There is a reason our boys don't kil themse;ves over bulliying as compared to India, for our boys know when to take it lightly and when to stand up for yourself.
When a boy gets bullied for first few times, parents do go to teacher etc. but then they tell the child to handle it himself, I remember exact words :
" when you come to me next time, it better be the other boy's blood on your shirt and not yours."

 

Posted Sep 28, '13 at 8:50pm

Maverick4

Maverick4

3,707 posts

Bullying is needed for weird people to change their behavior so they can become socially acceptable.

There's some language I'd like to use, but it's not socially acceptable outside of kennels and brothels.

What about those individuals who cannot change? IE, those born with Down's Syndrome or a physical defect? Or what about those who are perfectly normal, and are simply an outlier in a social system? IE, one black guy at an otherwise all-white school?

Likewise, who made you God? Who gave you the authority to dish out your pseudo-eugenic experiments? Conceited prick.

There is a reason our boys don't kil themse;ves over bulliying as compared to India, for our boys know when to take it lightly and when to stand up for yourself.
When a boy gets bullied for first few times, parents do go to teacher etc. but then they tell the child to handle it himself, I remember exact words :
" when you come to me next time, it better be the other boy's blood on your shirt and not yours."

1) The underhand strike at India is entirely uncalled for. Regardless of what your issues as a Pakistani are with them, it does nothing to forward your argument and makes you look like an arse.

2) Does it never occur to anyone that refusing to have authority take a role in bullying only furthers the system of violence? If a bully knows he has free reign so long as he can continue to beat up the victim, why would he ever stop? The Pakistani system is broken in this regard.

3) The only thing separating us from common animals is our ability to seek out diplomatic solutions to such occurrences. Resorting to violence makes you nothing more than a thuggish brute, incapable of higher order thinking. It's pathetic.

 

Posted Sep 28, '13 at 9:07pm

EmperorPalpatine

EmperorPalpatine

5,011 posts

The underhand strike at India is entirely uncalled for. Regardless of what your issues as a Pakistani are with them, it does nothing to forward your argument and makes you look like an arse.

To be somewhat fair, the suicide rate of India is over 9 times higher than Pakistan's. Not sure how much of that is related to bullying.

 

Posted Sep 28, '13 at 10:55pm

thepunisher93

thepunisher93

1,859 posts

The underhand strike at India is entirely uncalled for. Regardless of what your issues as a Pakistani are with them, it does nothing to forward your argument and makes you look like an arse.

It is not a underhand strike you cigarette butt. I was highliting the difference.

Does it never occur to anyone that refusing to have authority take a role in bullying only furthers the system of violence? If a bully knows he has free reign so long as he can continue to beat up the victim, why would he ever stop? The Pakistani system is broken in this regard.

I am happy it is this way, it toughens you up.
Later in life, it really does help you in sticky situation.

The only thing separating us from common animals is our ability to seek out diplomatic solutions to such occurrences. Resorting to violence makes you nothing more than a thuggish brute, incapable of higher order thinking. It's pathetic.

First of all, there are many occasions where violence is the only way, you can't just waggle your tounge and walk out, its not a bloody rpg.
All I say is violence is reality, you can't live life without any violence if you think you can, let me tell you that it is just imagination of your  hippy mind.
In simple Words, that thought of yours is BS.
You know who you remind me of?
this guy

 

Posted Sep 28, '13 at 10:58pm

thepunisher93

thepunisher93

1,859 posts

I meant this guy

 
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