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Monday, December 21, 2009

Leave Me Alone

I have a soft spot in my heart for any kid who was ever bullied. The first reason being, because as a child, I dealt with my fair share of bullies, and now I feel like I can protect anyone who is dealing with one. But I feel like, in all honesty, being a kid who got picked on a bit, has transformed me into the man I am today. That being said, I feel it's possible for me to snap and kill the next person that pisses me off...there's a lot of built up rage in here, so don't let it be you.


The majority of my "bullied years" came between 7th and 8th grade where I was too big to tell my parents, but not big enough to fight back. In the Bronx, we weren't allowed to ride the school bus after 6th grade and were forced to get on the NYC Public Bus with all the Highschool kids. It was fine if you didn't play basketball after-school or go to get pizza or hang out by the Ice Cream truck...but that was the fun of not having to catch the school-bus. You see, the middle school got out at 3pm and the highschool next door got out at 2pm, so they'd hang around the schoolyard for an hour or so and after the teachers got all the 5th and 6th graders on the schoolbus we were on our own.

Although my bullies looked like the guys who shot Ricky in Boyz N The Hood not the Home Improvement children, I think that if I saw this video as a child my "bullied years" would have ended up different.



And that difference would have been me getting my f*cking ass kicked EVERYDAY...view some of the comments on this video and die laughing

jboldery says Kids, this video will get your ass busted in 10 pieces before you can say, "I'm a dumbass!". Do not react that way!

bigsilky 85 says wow...running, hair-pulling, slapping and foot-stomping. These guys are masters of Nerdjitsu.

mclean84 says lmao @ 2:34; "don't roll over on your stomach, or the bully will grab your head and repeatedly bounce it off the sidewalk." wtf!?!?!

shaolin770 gave the best advice when he said I never have bully problems. When someone approaches me in an overly aggressive manner, I pull up my shirt and show them my 40 caliber Glock in my waist band. This diffuses the situation much faster than pulling hair and running.




thank you "COB"
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