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Cyberbullying - Kitchen
As always, it teaches us that internet flames put into real-life conversations are awesome.
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Needs more "STFU n00b"
Agreed. And maybe things have changed since I was their age, but how is this any different from a normal day in school?
I'm hoping this is the next step in the evolution of human discourse.
Yeah, if teenagers were like this I'd say they've evolved.
I dunno, seems way more articulate than normal cyber-bullying.
I was thinking the same thing.
Why say it online? It's called anonymity douchebags.
Hereinafter, I will ONLY say it online.
You malodorous, cretinous punks. LOL
I'm assuming that the implication here is that it's okay to say things online as long as you have the balls to say it to their face as well?
haha she got dominated at the table, stupid bitch
Someone dub in a girl muttering "owned"
I knew Megan was a huge tramp, but her breath smells like garbage? Thanks for the heads up!
The friends' awed silence gave this an air of an intervention.
You know my problem with this whole thing is that Meagan never did tell us how many boyfriends her trampy mom has. C'mon, Meagan, how many?
This is pretty much how all my junior high conversations went. Only with male specific insults like 'fag' and 'loser' and 'jerk.' And that was with the good friends.
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