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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    How on earth am I supposed to know?

    Why don't you focus on something less trivial and actually do something useful with your time?
    will I get in
    trouble though
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    (Original post by randomgirl995)
    will I get in
    trouble though
    Re-read my first post.

    How many brain cells are you lacking?
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    Re-read my first post.

    How many brain cells are you lacking?
    CTFO r u sure !
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    I swear I read this over 7 times but my brain can't process this information
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    hold on i told some guy i talk to on facebook who told one of his facebook friends who told their grandma who told some other old lady at the old persons home who told the nurse who told their brother who told their girlfriend about this thread so she told one of her mates and is now worried that this may be considered bullying and that the girl may ask her for a fight?

    does anyone else think this might be an issue?
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    (Original post by UWS)
    Did she mention anything about a guy talking about Harry Potter to her?
    PRSOM!!!

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    (Original post by randomgirl995)
    read the posts above the second one that is on this thread makes more sense. Will I get into trouble and will she ask me for a fight or something
    I haven't actually completed my degree in fortune telling yet so I can't give you a definitive answer to that.

    A girl that got punched may or may not ask you for a fight. Then again do people that want fights actually ask? "Excuse me, do you think we could fight? I'm free in a couple of hours if that's good for you?"

    You may or may not get in trouble for gossiping. Don't do it.

    What I just said has been explained in some capacity several times now.
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    This isn't bullying on your part however you may gain a reputation as a gossip which means people may not like you. You shouldn't have said anything to anyone unless it was someone who could help! Really, you deserve whatever you get for it and shouldn't do it again but it's hardly going to lead to anything too bad. Good lesson to learn however.
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    (Original post by randomgirl995)
    Basically this girl at my school got punched by someone and then this girl told someone so I heard it so then I told someone that this girl got punched in the face and I said I heard it from the person I heard it from . I asked the person I told not to tell anyone and they said they won't but then you can't trust someone blindly so then I'm wondering if that person does tell someone and they say I told them then can I get into trouble or anything btw I heard it from someone and told someone else
    I think you are worrying too much and I don't think you will get into any trouble but to be sure I need to ask you... Did the person who threw the punch or the person who received the punch mention anything about Sherlock Holmes before the said punch was delivered?
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    (Original post by randomgirl995)
    can you answer ??? 😔
    This isn't bullying, it's something normal teenagers do. Though I can't say she won't ask you for a fight.
 
 
 
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