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Bullying is what happens what happens when someone repeatedly hurts or threatens another person on purpose. Bullying comes in many forms - name-calling, spreading rumors, physically hurting someone or even leaving people out. And it can happen in person, in writing, online, on cellphones, in school, on the bus, at home - anywhere. Wherever it happens it's NOT acceptable.
I pledge to stop bullying whether I'm the one getting bullied or someone who sees it happening, there's a lot I can do to stop it. But the best thing to do is SPEAK UP. Tell an adult, I've got to talk to somebody -my parents, a teacher or someone I can trust to step in and stop the bullying. Remember, talking about it isn't tattling or snitching. I'm helping someone out. Be friendly. Saying a few kind words to the person who was bullied makes a huge difference. Try something like "I'm sorry that happened to you." Let them know it is not their fault and bullying is not OK. Get involved. Volunteer to help with your school's bullying prevention program. Encourage everyone at your school to speak up against bullying. Together we can make a difference and help stop bullying. So speak up.
As usual you're wearing stupid clothes. Pick a better outfit you wear stuff like this everyday.
Bob was bullying Jim outside by the bus.
I'll look into it.
Come sit with us! My names Johny, what happened wasn't your fault also I like your clothes
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