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    dragonsfire Newbie
    So basically, my classmates have treated me awfully even since preschool (I'm in 8th grade now). They've been discriminating towards me, they've been judgmental, they're mean for absolutely no reason, and a whole bunch more, that would take too much time to write onto here. Now suddenly, this semester, they're being nice, and acting like friends.

    On the one hand, I want to return their friendliness, and imagine us being best buddies, and finally have some friends for once, but on the other hand, they've been so horrible to me for the past 10 years, that I doubt I could trust them.

    Maybe they are sincere, and want to be friends. Maybe they've seem how badly they've treated me, and want to make amends.

    But maybe their just planning. It's some great big scheme to take advantage of me or something like that. Maybe it's just an act, and they want me to give in so that they can use me.

    I'm stuck.
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    Jeeshan Hot Shot
    Stay cool with them but maintain a distance and mind your own business. If they come to talk w you, accept them openly but learn to respect your own space.
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    Raynefall Junior
    I agree with Jeeshan. But you can act friendly and act like best buddies to see if they are being serious about being friends or not if You'd like. If you treat them like they are your best friends and they start to be mean again, then you are seeing their true colors. Then you just leave, and their plan is ruined.
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    dragonsfire Newbie
    Thanks. I've been doing that, but I just wanted some other opinions. It's hard though, because there's one girl I've been wanting to punch, but I can't because she's shown no reason for me to lately, and I go to a christian school.
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    Jeeshan Hot Shot
    :V bruh.. punching a lady is the lowest level of masculinity
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    Raynefall Junior
    Don't hit this chick, no matter how much you may want to. It will only get you in trouble. Trust me, on cases like this, it really isn't worth the few moments of vindication you'll feel.
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    dragonsfire Novice
    Jeeshan, I'm a girl, so there's no punching a lady deal. I wasn't planning on punching her, only thinking about how good it would feel to give her a small amount of pain to what she's caused me over the last ten years.
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    Raynefall Junior
    I am glad you are not going to punch her, but ask yourself this: Is getting one punch off really worth getting suspended, possibly arrested?
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    dragonsfire Novice
    no. and again, I wasn't going to. I'm a gentle giant.
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    Raynefall Junior
    Good Answer. I know. Haha, good to know!
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    dragonsfire Novice
    I'm also a defender for other people who are getting torn down by others. It gets tiring, but it's fun to see them when I say some comeback, and their mouths drop open, because the have absolutely nothing to say to what I just said. It's hard defending myself and others at the same time.
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    dragonsfire Novice
    It'll be nice, because in about 4 month, I won't have to see any of them again. I know that none of them are going to my high school, an we're switching churches once school is over.
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    Raynefall Junior
    I'm short, but people react the same way to me as they do you. They see a short girl and think "Oh this will be easy" but soon enough they are running away from me and never even so much as LOOKING at the person they were originally bullying.

    That is really great you'll be getting away from those A**holes.
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    dragonsfire Novice
    It is. I'm super exited for it.
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    Raynefall Junior
    I wish you the best at your new school.

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