Did you agree to go out with him after slapping him?When I was in middle school there was a guy who sort of took teasing too far with me. He wasn't mean though, but it is pretty annoying being teased at all the time. After he went mean and "accidentall" bashed my head with a basketball in gym, and I attacked him, (so funny, everyone thought I was about to kill him), we had a screaming match, which ended with him saying he likes me and wants to go out with me. I slapped him when he said that. Lol.
Fuck no. I am aware of that, but I've no tolerance for bullying, and much less for boys be boys mentality.Did you agree to go out with him after slapping him?
Lots of guys do that in middle school. It's how they express affection.
Adult Bullying | Bullying StatisticsSince the question is different my answer will be to: these days I have genuine trouble imagining myself being bullied. For one bullying, actual bullying, has always struck me as an intensely juvenile thing to do. I'm not even sure I'd recognize it if I was being bullied since I don't expect such childishness among my peers.
Which must mean that LOTS of people are likely to become adult bullies.Adult bullies were often either bullies as children, or bullied as children