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People who didn't get bullied at school are so lucky watch

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    You have to move on from this bullying thing.


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    (Original post by babyshawte)
    You have to move on from this bullying thing.


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    But everyone today is posting about bullying so I thought I would


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    (Original post by davidguettafan)
    But everyone today is posting about bullying so I thought I would


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    It's the fact that you keep taking about it.



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    If I bullied someone am I super duper lucky?
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    Alpha Males don't get bullied.
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    I played Bully on the Xbox 360 once.

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    I don't think luck has much to do with it. When you get into a new school with kids you don't know, they'll test you. If you let them give you crap, they'll keep doing it. If you stand up for yourself, most of the time they'll get off your back. Bullies are looking for someone to beat up, not someone to fight with.
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    I don't think luck has much to do with it. When you get into a new school with kids you don't know, they'll test you. If you let them give you crap, they'll keep doing it. If you stand up for yourself, most of the time they'll get off your back. Bullies are looking for someone to beat up, not someone to fight with.

    Nice gainz!
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    I don't think luck has much to do with it. When you get into a new school with kids you don't know, they'll test you. If you let them give you crap, they'll keep doing it. If you stand up for yourself, most of the time they'll get off your back. Bullies are looking for someone to beat up, not someone to fight with.
    This is true but bullies look for people who don't stand up for themselves and if your one of those people and get caught in the trap then what?
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    (Original post by Dhanny)
    Nice gainz!
    Cheers For the record I don't ever think I tipped the scales past 100lbs while I was in school so that had nothing to do with not getting bullied :lol:
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    Cheers For the record I don't ever think I tipped the scales past 100lbs while I was in school so that had nothing to do with not getting bullied :lol:
    How old are you and how many inches ?
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    Cheers For the record I don't ever think I tipped the scales past 100lbs while I was in school so that had nothing to do with not getting bullied :lol:
    Are your biceps?
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    (Original post by Thomb)
    This is true but bullies look for people who don't stand up for themselves and if your one of those people and get caught in the trap then what?
    That's precisely what I was getting at buddy It's never too late to start standing up for yourself though. It was my dad who told me when I was a kid, that he got bullied for months before he fought back one day. After that day, my dad and the bully shook hands and they were ok.
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    (Original post by RomanKing)
    How old are you and how many inches ?
    Mid 20s now, about 17" after 3 years of training
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    That's precisely what I was getting at buddy It's never too late to start standing up for yourself though. It was my dad who told me when I was a kid, that he got bullied for months before he fought back one day. After that day, my dad and the bully shook hands and they were ok.
    But I'm a pacifist - I never goy bullied at school because my friends stuck up for me and admittedly I did have one fight at school, but I'm still a pacifist.
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    I never really got/get 'bullied' per se, but having attended all girls' schools for the past 4 years, 'extreme *****iness' is rife


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    (Original post by Thomb)
    But I'm a pacifist - I never goy bullied at school because my friends stuck up for me and admittedly I did have one fight at school, but I'm still a pacifist.
    It's not a bad quality by any stretch, but we all know how evil school kids can be :lol:
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    Mid 20s now, about 17" after 3 years of training
    Have you ever been injured?

    I have shoulder operation booked for 28 June and hoping that I can make gains after recovering. It's such bad timing because I just started hitting the gym seriously a month ago and now will be delayed again for the rest of 2016 really.

    June surgery, 6 weeks in sling then six months physiotherapy whilst obviously not being allowed to lift heavy.

    I'm 22 yo and sick of this little body and thinking of not having the surgery now but it's better for long term if I have it.

    Thoughts?
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    (Original post by RomanKing)
    Have you ever been injured?

    I have shoulder operation booked for 28 June and hoping that I can make gains after recovering. It's such bad timing because I just started hitting the gym seriously a month ago and now will be delayed again for the rest of 2016 really.

    June surgery, 6 weeks in sling then six months physiotherapy whilst obviously not being allowed to lift heavy.

    I'm 22 yo and sick of this little body and thinking of not having the surgery now but it's better for long term if I have it.

    Thoughts?
    No injuries thankfully, I guess where I'm not really a powerlifter and don't ego lift I'm not too unsafe Tbh though I've had several lay-offs over the last year and a half due to chronic illness. The first year or two of training went very well, trained very consistently and ate well so made great progress there.

    Best to get yourself sorted out first mate. If you're niggled with injuries then you'll invariably end up missing sessions all the time, worse still aggravate the injury. No good for consistency and progress
 
 
 
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