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Do you plot against people?

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    (Original post by Architecture-er)
    And what're they doing to merit you having such enormous hate for them?

    Surely if they're this toxic to your life, you would avoid spending time around them? Or is this bully-orientated..
    You've got the right idea. Why waste energy and time doing it.

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    1.Single them out

    2.'Destroy their lives'

    Sounds like keeping a grudge or just another form of bullying.
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    (Original post by jeery83)
    That's called bullying. Be a better person and don't do it.
    Bullying doesn't exist, and cannot be defined. I act as I see fit in life.
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    (Original post by ilovedesifems)
    I just don't like them, and want to ruin them, that's reason enough.


    I don't believe bullying exists.
    Well then you're just a bit of a bitch
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    No, never. When I don't like someone the feeling is fiery and powerful, and to plot against someone you need to cool that down and channel that energy into vengeance. I can never do that. The moment I calm down, I lose the incentive to get revenge. And I much prefer calming myself down to becoming a psychopath and plotting against someone.

    However... I do pull pranks on a teacher who explicitly dislikes me for no reason
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    (Original post by ilovedesifems)
    Bullying doesn't exist, and cannot be defined. I act as I see fit in life.
    (Original post by ilovedesifems)
    Bullying doesn't exist, and cannot be defined. I act as I see fit in life.
    Then don't be surprised when they return the favour. See the problem with plotting against others is that there's no rule against them plotting against you. And if you're actively trying to destroy someone that you don't like, be prepared my friend. There will come a day and time and maybe even a specific place where someone will completely crush you. And then for the first time in your life you'll experience what you've done to so many others. Not a good look.

    The destruction of a person's life is a serious thing to take on your conscience. I'm assuming you don't have one. I'm also assuming that you've got iron clad chochones because when that day I mentioned comes around, you'll wish you were dead.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Then don't be surprised when they return the favour. See the problem with plotting against others is that there's no rule against them plotting against you. And if you're actively trying to destroy someone that you don't like, be prepared my friend. There will come a day and time and maybe even a specific place where someone will completely crush you. And then for the first time in your life you'll experience what you've done to so many others. Not a good look.

    The destruction of a person's life is a serious thing to take on your conscience. I'm assuming you don't have one. I'm also assuming that you've got iron clad chochones because when that day I mentioned comes around, you'll wish you were dead.
    People say nowadays that morals are anything one makes them, so conscience is redundant. I consider myself a decent/benevolent person, so of course I have a conscience.

    However, bullying doesn't exist fully. Modern morals also say we should forgive those who hurt us, so your implications of revenge are superfluous.
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    (Original post by ilovedesifems)
    Bullying doesn't exist, and cannot be defined. I act as I see fit in life.
    Of course it can be defined.
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    (Original post by Converse Rocker)
    Of course it can be defined.
    How exactly?
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    (Original post by ilovedesifems)
    How exactly?
    Bullying - the repeated act of social oppression through physical or emotional abuse, often but not always involving more than one bully.
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    (Original post by Nice Marmite)
    Bullying - the repeated act of social oppression through physical or emotional abuse, often but not always involving more than one bully.
    lol.. it's just the PC media who say that.
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    wat
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    Only in Medieval 2 Total War :^_^:
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    Simmer down.
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    (Original post by string3r)
    wat
    The PC media forces everybody into this non-bullying paradigm.
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    Not really. Used to though. I find it's easier mentally to just let things go and focus on my own life. :dontknow:
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    (Original post by Architecture-er)
    Well then you're just a bit of a bitch
    How so?
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    No, it's one thing to dislike someone and maybe act differently towards them because of it, but actively plotting against someone is on another level. However, it would depend a lot on what they'd actually done to me and how bad it was. I'm sure as a child I was probably guilty of it, or something close to it!
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    (Original post by ilovedesifems)
    How so?
    Well how about trying to ruin the lives of people you don't like, just because you don't like them.

    You're obviously taking a deliberately obtuse stance in order to try and make me sound overreactive, but whatever.

    You'll just have no friends, or at least be restricted to a friendship circle of deliberately antagonistic sociopaths
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    (Original post by Architecture-er)
    Well how about trying to ruin the lives of people you don't like, just because you don't like them.

    You're obviously taking a deliberately obtuse stance in order to try and make me sound overreactive, but whatever.

    You'll just have no friends, or at least be restricted to a friendship circle of deliberately antagonistic sociopaths
    Friendship is subjective, we all have different parameters for friendship.

    You all haven't said why it's wrong to ruin the lives of people one doesn't like.
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