Have you ever experienced being bullied?

@kafueenu (1073)
Philippines
November 21, 2009 6:51am CST
When I was in highschool, I have experienced being bullied by three girls, they bullied everyone but I am the only one who fights back. And later on they stopped bullying me, and treated me as a friend. Now that I am in college, I got less aggressive hahaha. I somebody bullies me, I try to avoid speaking to them ever again, haha I'm too tired to play games, to tired to teach bullies a leson.
3 responses
• Philippines
21 Nov 09
i was told since i was a child that if i ever got bullied i should find a rock and crush the bully's head in. that is what i would do and without hesitation,for this world is either kill or be killed and no in between, i dont care if the person i hit is a child or a pregnant lady i simply cant stand bullies.
@marguicha (162452)
• Chile
21 Nov 09
I´m sorry but I think that your answer looks like the answer of a bully.The world is full of greys (or "in betweens"). There are better ways to teach others to behave than to crush someone´s head. Luckily we are a complex species who can reason and feel emotions. And we can learn. I am very sorry for you. I´m just an old lady who could be your grandmother and your answer made me sad.
@lazerm (478)
• United States
22 Nov 09
dude- Im an extreme, coldblooded, and ruthless individual, but not even I would post something like "bashing someone's head in with a rock!" if you keep posting stuff like this, and even if you don't care- many people on mylot will see you see as they see me- out of control, if not worse.still, how would I take care of a bully? I'd put a bullet in his head - lethal, but effective.oh, whats the difference in a bullet and a rock? at least a bullet is somewhat merciful, but a rock to someones head is just plain brutal!
@kafueenu (1073)
• Philippines
22 Nov 09
I got entertained by lazern's reply, a bullet more subtle than a rock ei? haha For bossfortune, the child and the pregnant lady is way out of the context, there are better ways to deal with those not at the same standing as yours. For a child, you could reprimand them or something, to the pregnant lady, say it nicely but stiff with justification, something like that. Leave the rock for people who really deserves it.
@marguicha (162452)
• Chile
21 Nov 09
I was bullied all through primary school. I was younger than the rest by 2 years and many girls thought it was fun to pick on me. They also laughed at the way I talked because at home I was surrounded by grownups that were intellectual and my vocabulary was full of words the others didn´t know. I had to learn to speak as the rest did. The first break I had was when I met Monica in 6th grade. We could read and comment the same books and to have someone who liked me was awesome. We are still best friends (she has known me for over 55 years). She lives at the US but thanks to skype we talk for hours 3 or 4 times a week. As it is, maybe it was for the best that I was bullied because I could meet and appreciate Monica. Happy posting!
@kafueenu (1073)
• Philippines
22 Nov 09
Having a friend like that is a relief, now that I think of it, bullies are insecure people, they bully to show off their power, and at the same time hide their many weaknesses.
@benny128 (3621)
21 Nov 09
I think at some point in peoples lifes everybody encounters some form of bullying whether its at school or at a work place. I think even the bullies were bullied etc etc I was bullied at school and people have tried to bully me in the work place but I don't put up with any crap off anyone I am glad I had the bullying experience at school as it has made me a stronger person and I have learnt not to take any crap off anyone.
@kafueenu (1073)
• Philippines
22 Nov 09
Yes, the experience really does help, haha, but I would still want to bury those bullies alive haha.