Right. Next time, I'll just ignore him and have her do the same.
Originally Posted by Helioptile D-Bags. Ignore them. OR revenge them with the same thing they did to you. Bad advice is bad.
Listen, the best thing you can do is not give a flying f*** what the people around you say. What you do with your life, and who you do it with is your business, nobody else's. I know it's cliche'd advice, but trust me, once you stop caring what other people think of you, they'll lose interest. Most of the time, they just get off on riling you up. I know this from experience.
When I was in high school, one of the jocks kept making fake passes at me because I was gay and he wanted to see me squirm. And for a long time, I played right into it. One day, I decided I had enough, and "reciprocated" his advances with a flirty smile and a wink. He got extremely weirded out and never tried that again.
Once people realize they can't get under your skin, they stop trying.
It's a possibility, but most of them already have several different girlfriends. Besides, Raychel's not even what most people would consider attractive. I guess they're just stupid.
Hmm... sounds like they're jealous. Eh, I had to deal with a couple of annoying D-bags today to, so you're not alone.
I think that they're just trying to get her to break up with you for the slight chance that they could get with Raychel. It's either that, or I'm starting to sound like an embarrassing mother...
D-Bags. Ignore them. OR revenge them with the same thing they did to you.
Truckload? All the transportation vehicles in the US couldn't contain all the sheer stupidity. I even tricked someone with 'What begins with come here and ends with ow' from Blackadder.
Yeah, get some rest and try not to let the stupid get you down. (And boy, that sounds like a truckload of stupid...)
As I always say: It'll be OK. Just DON'T DIE.
There is always an ambulance (such as calling 911), getting a family member, etc. Also, rounding up is another way of exaggeration, imo. Either way, you still were in dangerous territory.
I'm not exactly in the mental state to be exaggerating anything right now. I will admit, however, that the number was rounded up from 104.6. I always round my decimals. Furthermore, we never got a chance to go back to the ER after Friday morning, since we had no available means of transport. I can't account for what happened between 2pm Friday and 7pm Saturday, since I was asleep except for several minutes here and there when my parents would wake me up for meds and a temp check.
Wow, that sounds pretty intense. As ^ said, I hope you feel better soon.
If you had a 105 degree fever, you would've been in very dangerous territory and you would have to get to the hospital asap. Also, if you had a 105 fever for any length of time, you would probably be dealing with brain damage and seizures. It's very dangerous, and can turn deadly. I wouldn't exaggerate such things. :<
It does suck you're sick though and I hope you feel better. :)
... People still use the word "bully"? Shit, I feel old. :/
Bully hunters are no better than bullies themselves. Because they bully...bullies. :/
I can't help but find that ironic, since I myself have always been a would-be victim and a bully hunter.
You still had no right to slap him, in my honest opinion. You were just as much of a bully as the other person was.
Maybe in another area, but not here. People are sadistic. He knew I wouldn't like it, so he had it coming. It happens to anyone who touches me in a way that can be perceived as hostile.
It was probably a joke and not a "sick" prank. It's not worth smacking someone over either. The person you smacked probably thought you'd get a laugh out of it and laugh along with them.
Well, I recall a quartet of girls entering a new school as first-years. They end up lost, and are escorted by a fellow first-year who seems to know the place already to see the student council president, who takes them to the administration to receive their dorm assignments. About two months in, right after the fall proficiency exams, a community service club starts up, and catches the attention of several girls who seek the values the club provides. Among them is one of the main girls, several others, and the president and her little sister. That's as far as I've recalled as far as story.
On characters, I can't remember many names, except for Myoko, the student council president, and Mikuma, her little sister. Personality-wise, I can remember most of the main characters distinctly. One is a tomboy who has a hair-trigger temper and a violent streak a mile wide, despite having amateur-level fighting skills, one is a stoic ecology nut who prefers to avoid conflict as much as possible and never fights, one is a bookworm who can and will use words in the most creative way to humiliate those who bother her, and one is a plain girl who plays volleyball and studies karate. Myoko is an OCD-ridden individual who expresses great leadership traits and acts as a mother figure to the students, always lending a hand where needed. This leads to a negligence of her own health, which often leads to her falling ill. She also studies CQC, and despite her loving attitude, she is extremely protective of her sister and fellow students. Speaking of sister, Mikuma has little self-esteem, and always aims to please, sometimes trying a little too hard. She is emotional, and can go from genki to crybaby in 3.5 seconds if you push the wrong buttons. Aside from that, she is one of Myoko's advisors, and is always reminding her about her negligence of her own health. This is as far as I can recall as of yet.