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    Would you go down to the school and **** the bullies up hate bullies
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    I would go to the school and have a word with the kids who bullied him. Then i'd talk to the teachers.
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    I would go to the school and have a word with the kids who bullied him. Then i'd talk to the teachers.
    yess same hereee.
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    Lol you're joking that will make him look like a pussy...just tell him to man up and fight them
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    I would go to the school and have a word with the kids who bullied him. Then i'd talk to the teachers.
    He's young he's 13 the kids who bullied him are older
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    Depends which type of bullying.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    He's young he's 13 the kids who bullied him are older
    How old? Tell the school.
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    (Original post by CPNC Backwards)
    Lol you're joking that will make him look like a pussy...just tell him to man up and fight them
    Lol bruv he's only 13 he's in year 8 the kids who bullied him are older what can he do fam
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    How old? Tell the school.
    I think there like year 10 or 11 mum went up there already
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Lol bruv he's only 13 he's in year 8 the kids who bullied him are older what can he do fam
    Oh I didn't realise, scare the bullies
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    (Original post by starfab)
    Depends which type of bullying.
    Like physically pushing and that for no reason
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I think there like year 10 or 11 mum went up there already
    Talk to the bullies parents if you know them
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Like physically pushing and that for no reason
    Then if those who are doing that, would look up to you, make it well known that he's your brother. Wisely though.
    So take a few freinds along with you and just casually call your brother and make him look cool. Tjing with 13 year olds is that they are quite quick to change their mind on something. So if they think he's cool, they'll be trying to hang out with him rather than bully.

    It really depends though ^won't work with all bullies but it's known to work.
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    Talk to the bullies parents if you know them
    I don't know them and I'm 20 btw
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    Take him to the gym to get ripped and tell him to punch back
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    (Original post by starfab)
    Then if those who are doing that, would look up to you, make it well known that he's your brother. Wisely though.
    So take a few freinds along with you and just casually call your brother and make him look cool. Tjing with 13 year olds is that they are quite quick to change their mind on something. So if they think he's cool, they'll be trying to hang out with him rather than bully.

    It really depends though ^won't work with all bullies but it's known to work.
    Thanks that's a good idea didn't even think of that, I'm 20 so most of my friends are around that age I would do that if my health was better, I think that will work one of the best suggestions on this thread 😎, well I guess it depends on the kids really
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    (Original post by Abdukazam)
    Take him to the gym to get ripped and tell him to punch back
    He's kinda fat he's 13 too young to go gym and hitting back is the best option
    hate all bullies
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    I would teach him how to fight. Then I would take him to his bullies and I'd watch him get bullied. Then I'd repeat the process until one day he beat up his bullies. Ain't no lil bro of mine getting bullied.
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    tell him to man up and deal with it himself. heartless perhaps but its realistically the only way he'll learn, he can't spend his life having others fighting his battles for him

    its like swimming, no one can carry you forever. eventually you have to learn how to sink or swim
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    (Original post by Someboady)
    I would teach him how to fight. Then I would take him to his bullies and I'd watch him get bullied. Then I'd repeat the process until one day he beat up his bullies. Ain't no lil bro of mine getting bullied.
    I don't even know how to fight myself, it was 7 year 9s against him 1 he's in year 8 he's 13 btw, your right fighting is the way forward when I was 12 I punched this guy who was bothering me so hard in his face that his face started to bleed
 
 
 
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