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  • Stop raising chicken shit kids

    I said so so go do it. Stop raising school shooter kids and the we will talk. We also have created more crappy judgemental. You wouldn't need to encourage it if you kids had some balls, which apparently not only the kids need. I conclusion you should raise kids that aren't complete ********.

  • 100 percent yes

    Bullying raises stronger kids and helps natural selection. If people are dumb or do dumb things then bullying them will help. For example, there is this one retarded kid in our class so we all bully him so he can commit suicide. Then natural selection has done it's work and we have better children. It also can help the weak grow strong so they can fight off their bullies and prove them wrong

  • Yes! It should!

    Bullying is an amazing thing, and is very underrated. Okay I don't really give a crap about bullying it's bad I guess. I just really want to make a single yes response. Don't hate on my please, I have a family. And a puppy. Also, I'm a biased loser. .

  • Why is this even on here?

    Bullying should never be encouraged. People who claim "it makes kids stronger" or it "gets rid of the weak ones," you are so wrong. What makes kids stronger is things like facing their fears, learning to swim, exercise, things like that. Having someone pick out all your flaws and tell you that you aren't good enough, or worse, isolating you so they can consistently injure you mentally and physically, does not "make you stronger." Grow up and get a life. We don't live in a society where pushing people down makes them stronger.

  • Bullying can lead to death

    I used to get bullied and I started to develop some really terrible health problems such as; gastritis, acid reflux and more. It is especially bad if your school doesn't stop the bullying or try and help avoid problems like bullying happen again to you or your peers. . .

  • No, never, don't

    Impact on Victims: Children who are bullied are at risk of the following1:
    Anxiety
    Loneliness
    Low self-esteem
    Poor social self-competence
    Depression
    Psychosomatic symptoms
    Social withdrawal
    Physical health complaints
    Running away from home
    Alcohol and drug use
    Suicide
    Poor academic performance
    Impact on Bullies: Children and youth who frequently bully are more likely to:
    Get into frequent fights
    Be injured in a fight
    Vandalize property
    Steal property
    Drink alcohol
    Smoke
    Be truant from school
    Drop out of school
    Carry a weapon
    Become a criminal

  • No, never, don't

    Impact on Victims: Children who are bullied are at risk of the following1:
    Anxiety
    Loneliness
    Low self-esteem
    Poor social self-competence
    Depression
    Psychosomatic symptoms
    Social withdrawal
    Physical health complaints
    Running away from home
    Alcohol and drug use
    Suicide
    Poor academic performance
    Impact on Bullies: Children and youth who frequently bully are more likely to:
    Get into frequent fights
    Be injured in a fight
    Vandalize property
    Steal property
    Drink alcohol
    Smoke
    Be truant from school
    Drop out of school
    Carry a weapon
    Become a criminal

  • No, never, don't

    Impact on Victims: Children who are bullied are at risk of the following1:
    Anxiety
    Loneliness
    Low self-esteem
    Poor social self-competence
    Depression
    Psychosomatic symptoms
    Social withdrawal
    Physical health complaints
    Running away from home
    Alcohol and drug use
    Suicide
    Poor academic performance
    Impact on Bullies: Children and youth who frequently bully are more likely to:
    Get into frequent fights
    Be injured in a fight
    Vandalize property
    Steal property
    Drink alcohol
    Smoke
    Be truant from school
    Drop out of school
    Carry a weapon
    Become a criminal

  • Why in the first place?

    Impact on Victims: Children who are bullied are at risk of the following1:
    Anxiety
    Loneliness
    Low self-esteem
    Poor social self-competence
    Depression
    Psychosomatic symptoms
    Social withdrawal
    Physical health complaints
    Running away from home
    Alcohol and drug use
    Suicide
    Poor academic performance
    Impact on Bullies: Children and youth who frequently bully are more likely to3:
    Get into frequent fights
    Be injured in a fight
    Vandalize property
    Steal property
    Drink alcohol
    Smoke
    Be truant from school
    Drop out of school
    Carry a weapon
    Become a criminal. In one study, 60% of those who bullied had at least one criminal conviction by age 24.1

  • No not at all

    Bulling shouldn't be encouraged because it doesn't help anything but people should stop raising little bitches in their house it is only a pair of words you can't even see them yet they hurt people's felling because they are sensitive because their parents raised them to be a little bitch in their house in the first place


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