I know violence is never the answer, but my GOSH. I was in so much pain that year because they used to torment me so much on the bus and nobody would do anything to make them stop.
Originally Posted by CanItBeChristine
I believe it sometimes is the answer, and I am glad you stuck up for yourself.

I was taught to never start the problem, but to always finish it. I never went to principals or teachers about someone picking on me. I would drop a boy in a second.

That reminds me of a confession. In 2nd grad an 8th grade boy was picking on me and a few of my classmates. He kept it up for a couple days, and was the hardest on his little cousin. He would steal his lunch money and smack him around. We decided enough was enough, and walked over to the 6-8th grade play ground. We got him down on the ground, on the softball field, and beat the snot out of him. It was 6 2nd graders on one really big 8th grader. Feom that moment on he avoided us like the plague.

Revenge was sweet.

PS- Don't think me evil. Thats how we were all raised.
When I hear terms like "hipster" I think, who told cliques they could leave high school??