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Cyranny’s quickie!




Have you ever punched someone?




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      1. I doubt I will. This took place when I was living in the temporary housing facility when the person I shared the apartment went after me. Needless to say, after her actions had taken place, she was kicked out of the house.
        Two months later I finally left that horrid place.

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      2. It must be terrible to find yourself not being safe in your own home, even if it is a temporary one. I am glad you don’t have to worry about that anymore! xx

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  1. One time in high school, I knocked someone to the floor. This was after I warned them several times that if they didn’t stop bullying everyone, they would get knocked to the floor. They deserved it, according to the teachers.

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    1. Unfortunately, talking doesn’t work with some people… I don’t support violence, in general, but I think that if it was the only way to spare innocent kids bullying, it was the right thing to do… Hey, if even the teachers were on your side, it says a lot 🙂

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  2. Nope. But I have scratched my lil sis a lot of times. And I still do 😛 And I got those pretty long nails 😀


  3. I was 8 years old. The woman who babysat me had a 6-yo daughter who was incredibly spoiled. She was a bully, too. One day she just wouldn’t stop, and I couldn’t take it anymore. I’d had enough of her BS so I punched her in the chin. She left me alone after that!


  4. Yeah. As a teenager I punched my middle sibling in the eye and gave him a huge shiner. He lied to everyone and told them he’d walked into a door because he didn’t want it known a girl had socked him so hard. He deserved it too. I’m not an advocate of violence, but the old saying about not poking the bear applies to me. If you keep on pushing me, the reaction probably will be violent. Although these days it’s more verbal than physical.


  5. Of dear. More times than I can possibly remember, and not always as the upholder of justice and fair play. Needless to say I have been on the receiving end a lot too … so maybe things even up.
    I moved to an Australian Country coal mining town at the age of 17. It was not a place for the faint of heart. I looked different and sounded different – it was as though I was a victim of mild racial discrimination.
    Anyway, as pathetic as it may sound, one tends to be subjected to ancient initiation rites in such an environment. In the end I became quite close to several of those that I had come to blows with while feeling my way into the local society.


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