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    Urameshi-sama is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Quote Originally Posted by Digital_Eon View Post
    Actually, a lack of negative reinforcement or positive feedback would encourage them... but that's probably what happens. Bullies have above-average senses of self-esteem and entitlement. They don't experience consequences designed to decrease their incidents of behaviour, or at least not in amounts that offset the benefits they feel they get from it. Bullies get the results they want (power) and can't empathize with the victims. Most of 'em probably have family members or even friends that stick up for them and defend their bad behaviour often to the point of denial. I'd be willing to bet that a lot of bullies (more than just the ones I've seen) are pampered by their families... or if not that, then the family thinks that nothing could possibly be wrong with the kid, anyone accusing them of such must be wrong and evil, what a terrible school this is, my kid is being mistreated and no one sees it - those kinds of thoughts.

    LIFE was such a good drama. ^_^
    Which is pretty much what I was saying...except for the Life reference around the end. Thanks for the elaboration though

    Kept a low profile is schools back then. Wasnt interested in anything till I met a few guys who were anime/manga/game/internet/technology tards. That reeled me in to that area...
    When I discovered the anime/manga tards at my school, I made sure to avoid them at all costs because they were the most socially ackward clingy geeks I had ever met. I refrained from revealing that I too read anime and manga out of fear that they would have started sticking to me. However, I met a couple kids during my senior year that weren't so stereotypically freaky, so I occasionally talk to them.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mom
    My brother called a classmate (6th grader) at our bus stop a "mama's boy" because the boy dissed him.
    He should start with the 'yo mama' jokes from now on.
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    Raszagal is offline Senior Member Community Builder
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    Mama jokes are always a good icebreaker^

    Most people actually cant find a good comeback to a "Yo mama" in the end, they always give up^

 

 
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