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  truthurt47  |  11

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  MissMandy21  |  11

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  DjeePee  |  28

Hmm, 4, I doubt it. It's obvious that their middle school life is over for a long time, so there is a big chance that OP has changed enough to not be recognized by him (and vice versae). I was bullied in middle school, but I can't recall how my bullies looked like, let alone recognize them now, more then 10 years later.

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85- Expect a vist from me tonight. Oh, don't worry; it won't be traumatizing at all; you'll forget all about it next year;) Except if you're a dude.... Then don't expect anything.

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  boofgall  |  14

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  hatesfate  |  14

And those people need to figure out that it's a fact of life and there's assholes out there and not whine like little bitches because someone made fun of them when they were CHILDREN.

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  Grimmerie  |  14

I don't think you guys understand just how severe bullying can be. The effects can last the rest of your life and just "growing up and getting over it" won't always work.

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  cosmosis  |  14

Some people are severley affected by bullying. I was a bully when i was at school just because i was bigger than the other kids. Looking back, it wasnt very fair of me and i regret doing it. But ive gotten in contact with majority of my primary school class mates and weve become good friends, yet others shy away and isolate themselves. If i didnt pick on them, would they be more confident? The point im making, is bullying is bloody serious. Its not good. Sometimes growing out of it is not an option.

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  graham11  |  14

30- bullying can be very serious and sometimes even results in suicide. It's scary how bullying affects kids and teenagers and if a person is bullied in middle school, I doubt he or she will just forget about it.

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  rubberduckie94  |  14

i know what you are saying 30. i am speaking as somebody who was horribly bullied. I finally had to realize I am not what all those jerks at my school said i was and stopped feeling sorry for myself. And when i say bullied I mean i had NO friends at school and was physically and verbally harrassed daily. and this was done in the seventies and eighties when sometimes the teachers joined in on the "fun" so yeah 30 is right, you just have to realize your not going to be what they say you are

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  Jovecove  |  19

Yup it's pretty common and I can't stress enough how big that MISTAKE is. A friend of my made fun of the girls he is attracted to as he think he could gain their attention this way but he got it coming when one of the girls boyfriend bash the shit outta him.

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  asmb100  |  19

So you're saying the kid who tried to beat me up on several different occasions in 8th grade had a crush on me? I'm not so sure about that, seeing as we were both guys going to a very strict Christian school.

By  PurpleChica9  |  16

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