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    I'm lucky. I have never been bullied before at school. My sister is about to start Year 9 in a new school. It's an all-girls school this time, which my parents thinks is a good idea but my sister's friends at school say it's a school full of *****es. Some from my college who used to go there say the same thing. I hope nothing happens to my sister.
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    I've been bullied really quite badly, although one of my best friends, Sean, had to leave my school because of the bullying, it even carried on out of school - he was mugged, rugby tackled on purpose(not in game).
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    (Original post by female_engineer)
    I just can't understand why being clever makes some people dislike you and be nasty about it.
    This was probably the reason why i've been bullied, i'm going into sixth form in september and i juse f...ing hope that the mental retards b.gg.r off and go empty my rubbish or sweep the roads clean.
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    (Original post by LittleMissSmile)

    i saw 2 of the 'bullies' in town about 3 months ago - they looked hideous, unhealthy and alone.

    these people do get their just-desserts after all!!

    x o x

    Yeah when you're living in your big house, family around you and one of the bully's comes round and collects your bins, who's the 'cool' one then? Not that i'm in anyway bitter

    I did get bullied in school, but like you say Uni is so much different!
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    I was bullied in Primary school and at the beginning of Secondary school because I was shy and I did the work.Today when I was in HMV this girl called Rachel from my school pulled my hair as she went past me and I then slapped her.But she had it coming to her as she always thought she was a better then everyone else.
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    (Original post by female_engineer)
    I wouldn't exactly call mine bullying, but I seem to get picked on by the public everytime I go out. I was recently in WHSmiths minding my own business when two girls thought it would be fun to be nasty - they were saying 'we don't like girls with moustaches', 'she's well ugly' and making noises behind me. On other occassions I've been barked at from a passing car, called an ugly c (swear word) and got people just laughing at me. I know it's not as bad as bullying in schools and such but it gets me down. What the hell am I doing to deserve such unprovoked attacks all the time?

    It doesn't matter what u look like the important thing that matters is that you are happy with your self. Never mind wot other people say because they have somthing wrong with them that they see you like that.
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    (Original post by pingo)
    It doesn't matter what u look like the important thing that matters is that you are happy with your self. Never mind wot other people say because they have somthing wrong with them that they see you like that.
    exactly! people who shout abuse at others have some serious issues with themselves. I seriously doubt the people who shouted abuse at female_engineer were god's gift to mankind themselves, probably have self confidence issues.
 
 
 
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