Bullying

#5
sadsacks said:
just a quick one to gain an opinion on who thinks this is acceptable and to what levels you think it is.


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wah!

Now dipsh*t, give us yer dinner money <... shove>
 
#6
Bullying is never acceptable, the system should be robust enough to produce good soldiers without the need to bully. Good leaders don't need to Bully, bad ones do... simple.
 
#7
sadsacks said:
just a quick one to gain an opinion on who thinks this is acceptable and to what levels you think it is.


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Why? Are you considering taking up bullying? Flushing their heads down the loo is the best way.

There's nothing wrong with firm discipline, but that ain't bullying.

When discipline descends into victimisation just for the sake of it there's something seriously wrong.
 
#10
Bullying should never be tolerated by the bullied person.

If reporting the bullying fails to galvanise the correct response from the authorities, then there is only one option available.

Befriend an elderly Japanese gentleman who lives conveniently near you. Spend your summer holidays doing odd jobs round his house, whilst learning the fundamentals of an unspecific martial art.

By the time the next school year starts, you will be equipped to deal with your tormentors. As soon as anyone comes near you, simply adopt the crane stance and they will realise they're in for a world of hurt. Some cheesy Peter Cetera music playing in the background on your boogie box will increase the affect.

I'm only joking, of course. Bullying really is a serious subject. We must never let Cobra Kai open up any more dojos.
 
#11
convoy_cock said:
Bullying should never be tolerated by the bullied person.

If reporting the bullying fails to galvanise the correct response from the authorities, then there is only one option available.

Befriend an elderly Japanese gentleman who lives conveniently near you. Spend your summer holidays doing odd jobs round his house, whilst learning the fundamentals of an unspecific martial art.

By the time the next school year starts, you will be equipped to deal with your tormentors. As soon as anyone comes near you, simply adopt the crane stance and they will realise they're in for a world of hurt. Some cheesy Peter Cetera music playing in the background on your boogie box will increase the affect.

I'm only joking, of course. Bullying really is a serious subject. We must never let Cobra Kai open up any more dojos.
He's right you know.

Or you can get bitten by a werewolf after getting blown out by your frigid high school sweetheart. Come the next full moon you'll be kicking the jocks' asses, playing basketball like a pro and strumming a guitar like a fanged Ben E King. You'll also have that hirsuite, animal look that chicks dig so much. Worked for me. No, wait - that was Teen Wolf.
 
#13
Seriously, though. I often find that the old 'fight fire with fire' approach to bullying doesn't work. Responding with violence is not the answer. Personally I prefer to call the bully to question by challenging him to a dance-off. Normally we meet after highschool, in the local mall parking lot to sort out our differences. But just in case the bully offers me out and I have to dance for my life right there and then. I always carry a single netting glove and japanese rising sun sleeveless t-shirt
But for those less physical kids, there is another way. Show the bullies what you are made of by winning 'The battle of the bands'.
 
#14
Women: If you're being bullied for being too intelligent and frumpy, simply take your glasses off and let your hair down - it will solve all your problems and Josh hartnet will fancy you or something.
 
#15
convoy_cock said:
Bullying should never be tolerated by the bullied person.

If reporting the bullying fails to galvanise the correct response from the authorities, then there is only one option available.

Befriend an elderly Japanese gentleman who lives conveniently near you. Spend your summer holidays doing odd jobs round his house, whilst learning the fundamentals of an unspecific martial art.

By the time the next school year starts, you will be equipped to deal with your tormentors. As soon as anyone comes near you, simply adopt the crane stance and they will realise they're in for a world of hurt. Some cheesy Peter Cetera music playing in the background on your boogie box will increase the affect.

I'm only joking, of course. Bullying really is a serious subject. We must never let Cobra Kai open up any more dojos.
Trust me that this dosen't work. I watched all four karate kid films and thought I was hard as nails. Turns out that the 'baddies' don't take it in turns to fight you 'mano-a-mano'.
 
#16
RTFQ said:
Women: If you're being bullied for being too intelligent and frumpy, simply take your glasses off and let your hair down - it will solve all your problems and Josh hartnet will fancy you or something.
... actually it doesn't work.

<... runs off crying>
 
#18
RTFQ said:
Women: If you're being bullied for being too intelligent and frumpy, simply take your glasses off and let your hair down - it will solve all your problems and Josh hartnet will fancy you or something.
The answers to all your problems can be found in low quality American films with unlikely plot twists.

I have lived my life by this to date and find it a perfect template for happiness. If you've ever experienced the common misfortune of having your brother murdered by an exponent of a vicious form of martial art, the solution lies in the movies. When this happened to me, my first intention was to go the local police to report my suspicions to them. After some thought, I decided to go AWOL for a few weeks and zoom from novice to world number one in the same martial art. I then kicked fcuk out of my brothers murderer, whilst copping off with a top quality bit of minge as a background activity.

The 7 days ROP's I got seemed a small price to pay.

Think of every situation you've ever got yourself into since you were a kid. There is a film, it may only be available on Betamax, but there is a film that has covered your dilemma with an incredible storyline.
 
#20
convoy_cock said:
Think of every situation you've ever got yourself into since you were a kid. There is a film, it may only be available on Betamax, but there is a film that has covered your dilemma with an incredible storyline.
He's right you know. I was brought up by my Uncle and Aunt on a remote farm and when they were brutally murdered I ran away with a strange old man to the local port where we were both smuggled out in a very fast ship. To cut a long story short I found out that I had a twin sister and that my old man was not dead but some evil freak of medical science........
 

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