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HeatherB 10-29-2012 06:20 PM

Kerfuffles.
http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_m3...wuego1_500.jpg

L.S.Trendom 10-29-2012 06:24 PM

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Originally Posted by HeatherB (Post 356092)

No. You aren't and we aren't.
/gesturestoGmail

HeatherB 10-29-2012 06:53 PM

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Originally Posted by L.S.Trendom (Post 356096)
No. You aren't and we aren't.
/gesturestoGmail

Parents. Parents are evil. AGAIN and still.

wildwolf 10-29-2012 07:07 PM

GRRRRRRR I AM SO FRIGGIN PISSED.
So pissed. Seriously.
I hate my school.

Rockshadow 10-29-2012 07:33 PM

12 year olds these days. -.- this one girl reminds me of this one user I won't name...bratty, selfish, tried to act like the victim, etc. *headdesk* oh, bad spelling and bad grammar too. DX

10-29-2012 08:22 PM

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Originally Posted by TheAshWolf (Post 355862)
kahvsgdfkabsdhjkadkbdklabsdkjasdcf *babbles incoherently* :D I love that song. SO MUCH. Oh my word, I want a guy to sing that to me one day, too! XD I don't think there's anything wrong with wanting something simple like that.

*le Beverly Hillbillies reference* They say the way to a man's heart is through his stomach. The way to MY heart is through lyrics. ;)

:D That song came on the radio and I started FLIPPING OUT. I turned it all the way up and rolled down my windows and was practically screaming the lyrics. I just love the part where it's like, "I wanna call you mine, wanna hold your hand forever, and never let you forget it." *dreamy look*

lvhamsters 10-29-2012 11:06 PM

:\ I've been thinking about life and I realized a lot of things.
One, when someone says they don't care about you, it hurts, yet you feel kind of relieved because you don't have to worry about hurting them anymore.
Two, when you learn your a third/fourth/fifth/etc . . . wheel it also hurts, but you don't really care. As long as you have at least one friend.
Three, it also hurts to know your a second choice :\ In like, everything.

lvhamsters 10-29-2012 11:15 PM

Yeah, it really hurts.
When, for once, I try explaining my emotional problems to you and all you say is whatever.

maxi 10-30-2012 01:18 AM

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Originally Posted by TheAshWolf (Post 355882)
Hey, I just want to make things easier for kids who get bullied. ^_^ I went through it, it ain't exactly a stroll through the park, and I'd love to help cut down on the incidents. I hope things work out for you, Max. <:^J

Eh, name calling typically isn't as bad as direct insults...trust me, when/if bullies start mocking your family and friends openly, THEN it really starts to hurt. x_x

:D Here's a way to ease the pain of his name-calling: Come up with your own name for him, but make it wayyyy above his comprehension level. (Just don't make it TOO insulting to the point where if he asked a teacher what it meant, you'd get in serious trouble.) Try coming up with names by basing them off of books he'd never read--like, call him a Vermicious Feral (from the Willy Wonka books, "the Vermicious Knid," a rather unintelligent alien monster; "vermicious" menaing "worm-like" and "feral" meaning "brutal, having reverted to a wild state"). Or maybe use a Shakespearean insult, like calling him a Beslubbering Fustilarian or something. XD ("Beslubbering" basically means "drooling" and "fustilarian" means "someone lowly; a scoundrel".) It's fun to use Shakespearean insults because they sound so funny, and no one but you typically knows what it means. :3

Here's an example of how you might use these lovely nicknames:

Bully: Hey, [insert-insulting-name-here]. :mad:
You: ^_^ Hello, my Beslubbering Fustilarian!
Bully: o___o ... What did you just call me?! e_e
You: Oh, it's from Shakespear! :D It's a compliment.
Bully: What the heck does it mean?
You: Basically, someone awesome.
Your friends, who know what it REALLY means: XD XD XD
Bully: e___O ?!

The only drawback of using those kind of names is that (1) if they can find a smart enough adult to tell them what it means, they'll be mad, (2) if this kid is prone to physical violence, he may just decide to hit you for calling him something his tiny brain can't comprehend, -_- and (3) it's not exactly the nicest thing in the world. <:^J But it DOES make you feel better, sometimes. You don't even have to call him that to his face, just refur to him as whatever name you choose when you're venting/talking about him to your friends. It helps take away some of the tension and makes the bully seem smaller and less important in your life. ^_^

Bullied again today, Ash. ;_; I tried your advice. Oh man. This kid just won't damn stop!

TheAshWolf 10-30-2012 01:24 AM

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Originally Posted by maxi (Post 356348)
Bullied again today, Ash. ;_; I tried your advice. Oh man. This kid just won't damn stop!

D: I'm sorry, Max. This isn't fair to you at all. Ugh, he's the persistant type. They're the worst. <:^/ All I can say at this point is that the best thing to do is ignore him. Even if he doesn't go away, it will lessen his insults if you just treat him like he's not in the room.


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