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I was bullied by 'minorities' because they had the latest name brand BS clothes, Tommy Hillfiger jeans and Nike shoes and I had to wear cheap off-brand jeans and shoes from Payless. Looking back I'm proud I was bullied for such a stupid reason, by such worthless pukes. (After all, my parents didn't have the taxpayers supplementing their income.) But these little sissies pretending they're girls on the inside are going to look back and realize they were bullied for a legitimate reason, and then they're going to kill themselves in shame.

john smith, Breitbart 17 Comments [5/20/2016 2:59:13 AM]
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Malingspann

"these little sissies pretending they're girls on the inside are going to look back and realize they were bullied for a legitimate reason, and then they're going to kill themselves in shame"

Hatefulness is hateful.

5/20/2016 3:16:15 AM

Skidie

Sissies you say, like the ones in the military perhaps?

5/20/2016 4:11:06 AM

FELIX LÆTVS

And then you'll promptly be crowned king of the world, and all women enslaved as your harem...

5/20/2016 4:11:47 AM

Doubting Thomas

Nobody is bullied for a legitimate reason. DIAF.

5/20/2016 6:10:25 AM

...What.

Ah yes legitimate bullying. The "kid" version of legitimate rape. </flat voice>

5/20/2016 7:36:42 AM

freako104

A legitimate reason for bullying? Bullies are sociopaths and psychopaths. You are likely one, and using transgenderism as the reasoning.

5/20/2016 7:46:34 AM

Demon Duck of Doom


5/20/2016 8:34:00 AM

Wanderer

Somehow if you were harassed as a child, I suspect that it was more about your opinions than your clothes. As someone who was bullied, if briefly, allow me to say: fuck you. Also if you're actually glad that people are being driven to kill themselves for any reason: fuck you a thousand times.

5/20/2016 8:43:28 AM

Thinking Allowed

But these little sissies pretending they're girls on the inside are going to look back and realize they were bullied for a legitimate reason, and then they're going to kill themselves in shame.


Let me guess...that bully will be you.

5/20/2016 8:46:11 AM

Kanna

A legitimate reason for being bullied? Bullied up to suicide? Is THAT your defense?
I wipe you off my shoe, you despicable piece of filth.

5/20/2016 8:47:02 AM

Iris

I was bullied in High School, but I never once wanted to drive them to suicide. Even when it was happening, I didn't want to hurt them. What happened to him sounds like it happened a long time ago. He needs to move on. I can understand it's painful, but holding on to it, in such a bitter and hateful way isn't healthy.

What makes a person want to drive another person to suicide? He has become a bully himself. Just because you were a victim, doesn't give you the right to victimize others. What a horrible person.

5/20/2016 11:49:41 AM

Mathius_dragoon

Let's work this argument backwards.

People killing themselves because of bullying- Not everyone who is bullied kills themselves because of it.

Being bullied for a "legitimate reason"- There is no legitimate reason for bullying, and even if there were, if people saw the attacks as legitimate then they wouldn't call it bullying then, would they dumbass?

Sissies pretending they are girls on the inside-

Referring to people as sissies means that you believe they are being effeminate. So you are also acting like they are "girls on the inside". On top of that they aren't "pretending". Why would anyone in their right mind put up with bullying, harassment and discrimination for the sake of pretending? and for what end?

Taxpayers supplementing their income-
That's not how welfare works, at all. It's based on your income and many forms of it are tied to specific purchases. Welfare can be abused, of course, in some cases, but only by shooting yourself in the foot.

Bullied by "minorities"-
Unless you lived in an area where minorities were technically a majority then this is a really, really tough sell.

5/20/2016 2:24:48 PM

Anon-e-moose

"I was bullied by 'minorities' because they had the latest name brand BS clothes, Tommy Hillfiger jeans and Nike shoes and I had to wear cheap off-brand jeans and shoes from Payless."

And now you know why school uniforms are compulsory here in the UK. And if clothing from charity shops was as bad as you think it is, they wouldn't exist: as people would avoid them like the plague. I know that high street retailers donate their unsold/end of line clothing etc to charity shops (as doing so is tax deductible, and makes for good P.R.). So I've seen branded clothing in my local Dove House Hospice*, PDSA, British Heart Foundation, Oxfam, Christian Aid, Dr. Barnardos, etc. And discount stores such as Poundland have proliferated (especially during the ladt recession); they recently took over '99p Stores'. And the likes of Cash Converters & Computer Exchange - as buy & sell second-hand goods shops - have exploded. There is no shame in owning used items: I'm typing this right now on a Dell laptop from 2008 I bought from Cash Converters cheaply a couple of years ago. 1.86 GHz Core 2 Duo Dual Core CPU, and RAM & HD upgraded to 3 Gb & 2 Tb respectively makes it just as useful as the very latest Core i7, 8 Gb RAM & 1 Tb SSD laptop. Even most of the clothes I wear are from charity shops. I have a wardrobe full, but for less, the money does good.

...besides, for we penny-pinching Yorkshiremen, we have no concept of 'Shame', when it comes to finding a bargain.

But little sissies like you pretending you're tough on the inside are going to look back and realise you were bullied for a legitimate reason, and then you're going to kill yourselves in shame.

...or you can simply accept that certain things never affect you personally. But the law will bully you if you do. [/Kim Il-Davis]

*- This Hull-based charity - through it's shops - pioneered the selling of second-hand electrical items in charity shops. Thus high street shops also donate unsold electrical goods to charity shops too. Thus effectively new items for a cheaper price, and still does good.

5/20/2016 3:18:57 PM

Skidie

@Anon-e-moose

While I find it just a teensy bit disturbing I`ve got to admit good sir, we have way more in common than I ever thought possible, why if not for all the japanese drawn twats you love to present to us in most posts of yours, I`d say I`m almost a fan.

5/20/2016 4:03:40 PM

pyro

As another past bullying victim, it has nothing to do with the so-called cause, and everything to do with preying on perceived weaknesses. Bullying also doesn't change people for the better, victim or perp.

Sometimes, it leads to the victim retreating into themself and hiding from the world. That's what I did; the nasty perp was a cousin, and it was almost funny when some unrelated classmates saw I wasn't dating and made a story about me being gay out of wholecloth. Good luck using verbal bullying on someone who had long since gone full antisocial. Of course, I had a total of zero friends throughout junior high and high school.

In the bad cases, the victim goes full Columbine. These cases are rarer. Of course it helps that I didn't have access to a gun, though I probably wouldn't have shot up the school. I would've been satisfied with that one boy at home who kept beating me up and challenging me to hurt him.

5/20/2016 8:08:14 PM

Kid Cthulhu

Did I mention I hate bullies?


5/20/2016 8:50:26 PM



Right, so you were bullied about something stupid and it's terrible but you can be a bully, no problem?. Sorry, I don't buy it

5/30/2016 4:05:42 AM

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