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post #2 of (permalink) Old 01-12-2021, 03:45 PM
staticradio725
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Honestly, I was never bullied at any point in my life. That's not to say that bullying didn't happen in the schools I went to, because it happens in all schools, I was just never the target of it. I was largely ignored, actually. Slipped under a lot of peoples' radars.
Of course, then when I graduated from high school I went into the military, where I was bullied every day for three months during boot camp, but that's sort of the whole point of boot camp lol
The funny thing is, I'm not even sure bullying really exists in adulthood, by which I mean nobody calls it that. If you're a teenager and you're being picked on by a classmate, it's called bullying. But if you're an adult and you're being picked on by a coworker, that coworker is considered to be just being a jerk.
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