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The_Psycho wrote:Back with the "victim" thing, a few years ago there was this kid in my school who enjoyed pretending to have a "mental disorder" and liked to go hug/tackle/jump on/scream at people. Eventually we all got sick of it and started ignoring him, not one to be defeated, he still jumped on people, the last time he grabbed onto one of the larger kids in the class and held on like a lamprey eel. After we got him off he went to go skulk in a corner somewhere. Later that day, as we were walking to the soccer field for recess he comes out of nowhere and jumps me, it beat the crap out of him while he kicked at the air and called me a variety of offensive names, after about a minute he decided to lay down on the ground like a twit and sob his eyes out, that's about the time the teacher showed up. Fortunatley it was one of the "good" teachers, the people who are there to make learning fun, not the idiots who make school the facist dictatorship that it is, she took us aside, sat us down for a bit and heard each of our stories.
Mine: "I was walking and he jumped me, simple as that"
His: "He came at me like a madan! I don't know why, maybe because he hates me for no reason, I was so scared, he knows I'm different from the other kids, he's so mean, please don't let me go near him again whaaawhaaawhaa!!!"
Teacher was totally unimpressed, yet we still got called to the office later, and I still got a few lunch detentions. The worst part of it, I had around seventeen people agreeing with me, and explaining to the principal what really happened.
house4eva wrote:firstly, i think the boy did have a mental disorder!! who ENJOYS having a mental disorder, he needs to book an oppoinment with a Psychologist!! im sure if any teacher went by they would be fully aware of his "condition" and immediately would know that your not to blame. the head teacher probably still gave you lunch time detentions just to show the other pupils that the school does not tolerate violence, despite the fact that it wasnt your fault. at our school, no 1 plays the "vicitm", the more you get in trouble the more "respect" you get......
house4eva wrote:all you guys are lucky....our school is sooooo bitchy (it is a girl school,so no surprise!) even in friendship groups you hear constant bitching and gossiping about each other, which makes you think "who ARE your true friends?" been at my school for 5 years & i still havent been able to trust my friends. (maybe i have trust issues, but then you cant blame me)
thats why i think (some) males are so much better than females because they adress problems. cant really imagine men bitching
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