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View Poll Results: Is it okay to physically harm your child’s school bully (in private)?
Yes 8 36.36%
No 14 63.64%
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Old 07-26-2017, 08:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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"Anyone who would catcall you would mug me. It takes the same confidence. They would catcall you holding my wallet."

Josh makes a good point. Dudes hate thAt guy too.
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Chemda's app idea is genius. I vote for SadieHawkins.com or DutchTreat.com
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They knew a state hating string cheese would go viral?
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It's probably even simpler than that. Who had even heard of the app before this show? So if they had 12 people in Illinois use the app, and 3 of those people swiped on String Cheese, it becomes "People in Illinois HATE string cheese more than anything else!"

It's pretty telling that absolutely nothing is repeated in any 2 states.
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I would have gotten in trouble if I came home from school and said someone hit me, without a followup story of how I beat their ass and am now suspended.

The rule was always "Never hit first. But you better defend yourself"

I was always taller and more athletic looking than everyone else (including the boys until high school) so it was never something I had to do.
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It's not ok for me to harm the bully.
But I would very much support my child to hit the bully. This is much better. I can't be there all the time. The bully needs to learn that my child can protect itself.
You gotta be more specific.

"I'd support my child..."

C'mon now!
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But he's getting bullied.

"I'm getting bullied."

"I support you."
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I actually do hate fidget spinners.
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I actually do hate fidget spinners.
Why the hate, I love them and my son really gets a lot out of them.
My son in autistic and sometimes when he is stressed out I can hand him a fidget spinner and he can focus on playing with it and you can see him physically relax. It's much less disruptive than him tapping on things and let me tell you this kid, he has a black belt when it comes to tapping. He puts his fingers together and is so loud. I've tried to tap as loud as he does and it hurts my fingers.

I've also given fidget spinners to my nieces and nephews, it's fun watching them spin. Who doesn't like to watch things spin?
I like to drop straw rappers on them while they spin, the rapper goes flying and he (ed. my son) giggles every time.
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