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    (Original post by l'etranger)
    Played the GTA games obviously. The best memories of my youth are using prostitutes and then shooting them to get my money back.

    I haven't bought a game (AOE2 HD aside) in years, I could break my fast for RDR2 :sly:
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    (Original post by EC)
    I still have this game, it's amazinggggg. :rofl:
    Surprised at how into this people are, back in the day there was so much outrage from the mumsnet brigade over it.
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    (Original post by l'etranger)
    Played the GTA games obviously. The best memories of my youth are using prostitutes and then shooting them to get my money back.

    I haven't bought a game (AOE2 HD aside) in years, I could break my fast for RDR2 :sly:
    sheeeii, tfw you're 11 and you figure out how to get a prostitute in your car for the first time, getting a slight chub, and they just sit in the seats making noises :rofl:

    what's your favourite gta? Vice City masterrace :cool:
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    I'd find it impossible to let someone bully me and not do anything back.
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    (Original post by Pikachū)
    sheeeii, tfw you're 11 and you figure out how to get a prostitute in your car for the first time, getting a slight chub, and they just sit in the seats making noises :rofl:

    what's your favourite gta? Vice City masterrace :cool:
    San Andreas ofc, I like to feel like I'm a Black gangster from the hood.
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    This is difficult. When I have been slightly mean to someone (as has been the case a few times) I feel horribly guilty and I hate myself afterwards. I don't know how I would cope knowing that I have caused severe emotional distress to someone, it isn't nice and I don't want to ever be a hindrance to someone's happiness because it is awful.

    On the other hand, I don't want for my life to be unhappy, and for someone to cause me to hate my life.

    Erm, avoid answering the question. :emo:
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    Be bullied. I've survived that, though it hurt. Better than making someone else go through it though, becoming just like the scum who drove me to the edge.

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    (Original post by l'etranger)
    San Andreas ofc, I like to feel like I'm a Black gangster from the hood.
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    **** u sayin 2 me cracka???
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    **** u sayin 2 me cracka???
    CJ !?
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    Bullying is something I wouldn't even wish upon my worst enemy , so I'd suck it up and take one for the team :cry:
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    I have been bullied big time, it was one of the most horrible things I had to go through, but still I wouldn't want to be a bully.
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    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    I'd find it impossible to let someone bully me and not do anything back.
    Because you're a beefcake :love:
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    (Original post by Supernova91)
    Because you're a beefcake :love:
    :kiss:

    I've been like it all my life though tbh, like when I was in secondary school and a slim 5ft tall I'd just want to fight someone if they got on my case :rofl Still the same but I used to quite enjoy a scrap when I was young, whereas the older I get I no longer want to fight people and the older I get the bigger I get as well and nobody wants to give me trouble, so it all works out rather well
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    I'd rather bullied
    tho i didn't get it much i learnt so much from it and learnt to forgive etc
    also learnt how to insult people if they start on you
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    (Original post by Nirvana1989-1994)
    Bullied.

    Bully's are literally the lowest of the low.
    It's *Bullies you BTEC moron
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    It's *Bullies you BTEC moron
    Aww, cute.

    Paracosm goodbye, Ttingox.
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    The bully.
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    Bully, easily. I'd just not bully vulnerable kids. I'd bully the *******s of whom there are many in every school.
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    Someone I know on another forum worked for the Ministry of Defence for around 35 years. Real high flying job. Systems Analyst or something. She took early retirement about six years ago [she's in her early fifties] as her immediate supervisor made her life a misery from the very day she started. She said it massively impacted on her life and in hindsight, fantastic though her career was, she should have walked away and found something better for her years ago. I would much rather be bullied. If I was being deliberately, consistently horrible to someone, knowing full well my actions were hurting them, I don't know how i'd live with myself.
 
 
 
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