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I agree 100%
Bullies could be the popular, beautiful, outgoing girl who is a cheerleader
Bullies could be the shy quiet kid that never talks
Bullies could be the geekiest guy in school
Bullies could be the stick figure guy that can't lift over 20 lbs

Anybody could be a bully.

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I sympathize with that. :/ I always feel too guilty to accept those kinds of options though, for some reason... :/

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Me too. I think the reason I opted out of going to the office was because I had never seen BITSP before and I was curious to what happened in the movie.

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I loved that book. Did you read Unwholly?

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Lol no. I got Unwind from my schools library and I don't think they have Unwholly. I couldn't even get through Unwind, I have too much of a weak stomach. I heard it's an amazing book though once you get past the...er... details of it. (un). I think when I'm older with a stronger stomach, I'll go back and reread it.

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Nope! I'm about the size of a ten/twelve year old, I have the face of a fourteen year old and I'm sixteen. On any given day, I hate it with a fiery burning passion, but on Halloween I like it because I'm not questioned about my age and I get quite a bit of candy. When I was fourteen, I went TOTing with a friend that was sixteen at the time. He went up to a door and was shooed away because he was too old, I thought it was pretty rude of the owner to do that (un)

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8th grade History class. Boy In The Striped Pajamas. Oh the embarrassment of bawling and bawling like a baby. (cry2) I will never watch that movie again as long as I live. I remember that the teacher gave sensitive students the option to go to the office for the duration of the movie, shoulda went. :c

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._. Last year for my birthday, my grandma got me a Beatles t-shirt. I don't listen to the band (doesn't mean I don't like them though, they have pretty good songs, in the occasion that I might hear a song or two) And I didn't want to seem like a poser so I haven't worn the shirt once. Good thing my grandma is kind of senile and never noticed (no)

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Unless of course, you're like best friends with the person and it is in a completely joking manner. Even then, you shouldn't joke like that. I was at my sister's baby shower last year and she made a remark about my niece having hiccups or something (can't remember) and I shot off saying "Maybe she's just practicing her Chewbacca noises?"... I got cake smashed in my face. (no) I learned the hard way, even if I was joking. Hahaah

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Karma says that if in your current life you fail to do your spiritual duty (your "darma"), then you will be reincarnated into a lower caste. If karma does exist as the Hindu faith suggests, then the starving families in Africa did not perform their spiritual duties in their previous lives and have been reincarnated to the depreciated state we see them in today. According to karma, it's their own fault they are in that situation, technically.

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We were just talking about this in History class today, so when I saw this I was like "OH I HEARD ABOUT THIS TODAY!! I'M GONNA POST SOMETHING ON IT!" and you beat me to it, hahahah

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Oh ikr? I have this really cool friend who lives in one of the ghetto neighborhoods close by me. She's a friendly, fun, cool person. But most of our friends parents won't allow them to go to her house because of the bad neighborhood she lives in. It's like "Seriously??? I live in a neighborhood a block away from her, but no one says anything?" And most of our friends parents judge her because she has some piercings (un). It's not like it's her fault she lives in the neighborhood she lives in, she can't help that.

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No, it's not a horrible thing, but it depends on the people involved. Be sure you're with someone who you can really trust and he/she doesn't pressure you into **. Be sure you are taking precautions at not getting pregnant. You wouldn't want to have with someone who spreads around the school next day that he "scored" or quits talking to you after it. For me- I'm waiting until marriage to have **, just so I know I'm making the right choices and it's not spur of the moment or something I'll regret the morning after

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To Kill A Mockingbird. -_- I'm probably going to get a few TD's for saying that, but the book never clicked for me. We had to read it last year in my English class and it bored me.

And Lord Of The Flies. Though it made me laugh at a lot of parts (DEM FRUIT! PIGGY PIGGY!!!) I didn't like it either. English just ruins a lot of novels for me.

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I think I would of liked it more if I wasn't forced to read it, I mean the plot was really good and very detailed, it just didn't interest me. I do better with books that I can read on my own time. I think one day if I read LOTF again without being forced to read it, I'd like it better.

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To Kill A Mockingbird. -_- I'm probably going to get a few TD's for saying that, but the book never clicked for me. We had to read it last year in my English class and it bored me.

And Lord Of The Flies. Though it made me laugh at a lot of parts (DEM FRUIT! PIGGY PIGGY!!!) I didn't like it either. English just ruins a lot of novels for me.

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What will really be depressing is how everyone will be talking about their amazingly extravagant summer on the first day of school and I'll just be like "My brother died. I didn't have a good summer." Hopefully the teachers at my school know in advance not to ask me "How was your summer??" so I won't have to repeat myself over and over again. (Yes, my brother died on July 28th) -_- no I'm not asking for sympathy in any way, just that thought came to my mind when I read this post.

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What will really be depressing is how everyone will be talking about their amazingly extravagant summer on the first day of school and I'll just be like "My brother died. I didn't have a good summer." Hopefully the teachers at my school know in advance not to ask me "How was your summer??" so I won't have to repeat myself over and over again. (Yes, my brother died on July 28th) -_- no I'm not asking for sympathy in any way, just that thought came to my mind when I read this post.

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Unless it was rape, then it's MY fault that I'm pregnant. I'M the one who had **, not the baby. So I deserve the consequences that come with having . I feel that way about teenage girls too. If they have and get pregnant, it's their problem. If we were responsible enough to have **, we are responsible enough to be a parent. Which is why I'm staying abstinent until marriage because I know I'm not responsible enough to be a parent what so ever :)

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Okay okay. I seem to have pissed quite a few people off. (un) (no) Sorry! I'm extremely opinionated and I tend to get carried away with things e_e especially if it concerns gay marriage or abortion. I mean, if a teenage girl wants to get an abortion if she gets pregnant- so be it. Just doesn't mean it's fair (in my opinion). I probably sound like a person who protests outside of an abortion clinic. Believe me, I'm not that type of person. I mean it's their life, they can do what they want with it. And I did make a baby sound like a punishment. Which is something it shouldn't be. And you two are pretty correct. A baby should be wanted when it's born, not some mistake. I mean, how would that baby feel if one day her mom told her "You were a mistake, I wasn't ready for you." >_<

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Unless it was rape, then it's MY fault that I'm pregnant. I'M the one who had **, not the baby. So I deserve the consequences that come with having . I feel that way about teenage girls too. If they have and get pregnant, it's their problem. If we were responsible enough to have **, we are responsible enough to be a parent. Which is why I'm staying abstinent until marriage because I know I'm not responsible enough to be a parent what so ever :)

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I wouldn't like that... left handed person here. I can't really write with a potato hand.

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This is weird and I'm not sure if it's true or not, but I was told in PE class (like 7th grade) by my PE teacher that if you're on the toilet when a problem happens, your body pretty much stops whatever it's doing so you can get out of there. Like if you're peeing and a firedrill happens, your body pretty much stops itself so you can get out of there. Or going ****, I'm sure your body locks itself up so you can get out safely. Like I said, not sure if it's true or not. Just what I was told

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