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JN
Mar 16th, 2011, 01:11 AM
1bLxMpbaRTU

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CrossCourt~Rally
Mar 16th, 2011, 01:26 AM
Good for the big guy! :worship: The bully got suspended for 21 days :yeah: and the body slammin' big guy for 4 days =-/.

There's also a version with sound with the guy filming it saying some creepy remarks. He also should have been suspended.

tennisboi
Mar 16th, 2011, 01:40 AM
wow he slammed that little shit down like a twig :bigclap:the big kid shouldn't really be messed with

jacobruiz
Mar 16th, 2011, 01:46 AM
The big kid shouldn't have been suspended a all. I also like the way the girl steps in to hold off another potential troublemaker near the end.

VeeReeDavJCap81
Mar 16th, 2011, 02:01 AM
Someone posted this on FB the other day, I couldn't stop watching :haha:

That kid looked really hurt though, his hip or something

VeeReeDavJCap81
Mar 16th, 2011, 02:02 AM
Only bad thing, is since this is on video the parents of the shrimp kid can sue the parents of the other kid

eck
Mar 16th, 2011, 02:03 AM
Good for the bully for standing up for himself.

Pity he was suspended.

Apparently someone posted his name/contact/address on FB...but it was the wrong number. :o

Dominic
Mar 16th, 2011, 02:04 AM
Only bad thing, is since this is on video the parents of the shrimp kid can sue the parents of the other kid

Why could they sue him? The big kid was only defending himself.

I must admit it was pretty funny to see that little bully limp at the end. He got what he deserved

miffedmax
Mar 16th, 2011, 02:18 AM
Rule #1: Do not start what you cannot finish.

Rule #2: The big man may not always beat the little man, but that's where the smart money goes.

JN
Mar 16th, 2011, 02:33 AM
Someone posted this on FB the other day, I couldn't stop watching :haha:

That kid looked really hurt though, his hip or something

That's the part I was still laughing about 30 minutes later. :lol:

moby
Mar 16th, 2011, 02:36 AM
This would be less amusing and more representative if the bully were the bigger guy.

Sp!ffy
Mar 16th, 2011, 02:38 AM
:lol: haha, little twat

Rafito.
Mar 16th, 2011, 02:50 AM
:haha: Got what he deserved.

Wiggly
Mar 16th, 2011, 02:54 AM
That was nastiest, funniest thing ever. :lol: You go big boy!

young_gunner913
Mar 16th, 2011, 03:05 AM
I watched this last night and was dying of laughter for like 10 minutes. :rolls:

Smitten
Mar 16th, 2011, 03:08 AM
1bLxMpbaRTU

:happy::happy::happy:

:rolls: He tried it and now he can have a seat.

mykarma
Mar 16th, 2011, 03:12 AM
1bLxMpbaRTU

:happy::happy::happy:
Glad you posted that here. That big boy took all of his frustrations out on that little wimp. What cracked me up is how the bully was limping away totally fvcked up. You know he's the laughing stock of the school.

:happy::happy::happy:

mykarma
Mar 16th, 2011, 03:22 AM
The big kid shouldn't have been suspended a all. I also like the way the girl steps in to hold off another potential troublemaker near the end.
After the beat-down the twig got it didn't didn't take much for the bully's backup to back off.

Cage
Mar 16th, 2011, 04:29 AM
That kid pulled off a nice wrestling move there he should call WWE.

hectopascal
Mar 16th, 2011, 05:19 AM
I dont know why, but I feel kinda mean laughing at that little sh1thead. He got what he deserved.

Interesting that the big guy got suspended for a few days for "defending" himself (though it probably was a bit too excessive self defense lol). A news article said he has been a victim of bullying for a while now at that school so the teachers must've known this was happening (and were doing nothing about it). So when he finally stood up for himself, he gets punished as well. Kindof like a catch 22. But now, noone will mess with him and he's probably racked up a huge fanbase. If anyone should be sued, it's the school.

Scotso
Mar 16th, 2011, 07:46 AM
I don't think it's funny, but he was certainly asking for it.

The Witch-king
Mar 16th, 2011, 08:11 AM
Is this Caralenkocountry? 'splains a lot :sad:

Reminds me how dumb kids are. See how no one does anything the whole time? I watched one with sound and the kid recording is laughing and encouraging the skinny kid. Apparently the fat one had said something prior?? And afterwards the kid that approaches the fat kid says "Fuck you!" but he's too scared to do anything to him lest he gets pwned like bully #1. It's just a mess.

Interesting that it's the big kid getting bullied. Where I grew up it would be the other way round.

Someone posted this on FB the other day, I couldn't stop watching :haha:

That kid looked really hurt though, his hip or something

I thought it was his ankle when he was slammed down :tape:

Glad you posted that here. That big boy took all of his frustrations out on that little wimp. What cracked me up is how the bully was limping away totally fvcked up. You know he's the laughing stock of the school.

:happy::happy::happy:
Just like the fat one was in the first place?

Beat
Mar 16th, 2011, 10:27 AM
meanwhile, reast assured there's always somebody standing by the side recording it, whether it is a tsunami or somebody being beaten up.

JN
Mar 16th, 2011, 10:43 AM
Glad you posted that here. That big boy took all of his frustrations out on that little wimp. What cracked me up is how the bully was limping away totally fvcked up. You know he's the laughing stock of the school.

:happy::happy::happy:

Right at the end it looks like he was telling the kid to stop recording and then he fell again. I'm still :haha: at this shit.

I think he's gonna need a knee replacement. Do they even make 'em that small, cuz chances are he's still growing.

Marionated
Mar 16th, 2011, 11:49 AM
I don't think it's funny, but he was certainly asking for it.

This.

ce
Mar 16th, 2011, 12:04 PM
:haha:

ElusiveChanteuse
Mar 16th, 2011, 12:12 PM
:spit: WWF.:worship:

Mattographer
Mar 16th, 2011, 12:16 PM
1bLxMpbaRTU

:happy::happy::happy:
Now that's how a bogan acts ;) The wimpy kid, that is.

Super Dave
Mar 16th, 2011, 12:47 PM
http://img.youtube.com/vi/z5OcxW61fMw/0.jpg

Dave.
Mar 16th, 2011, 01:19 PM
This would be less amusing and more representative if the bully were the bigger guy.

Fat kids get bullied too. :shrug:

ampers&
Mar 16th, 2011, 01:45 PM
I actually felt bad for the the little TWAT when he got up and could barely walk. I'm glad the bigger kid stood up for himself but yeah cringe worthy, all in all.

darrinbaker00
Mar 16th, 2011, 02:13 PM
That kid pulled off a nice wrestling move there he should call WWE.

Funny you should mention that, because that's what it looked like to me: a staged event for public consumption. If it was real, though, good for the big kid for doing what you're supposed to do to a bully.

pov
Mar 16th, 2011, 04:26 PM
Rule #1: Do not start what you cannot finish.

Rule #2: The big man may not always beat the little man, but that's where the smart money goes.
Your "Rule #2" is pure fiction.

pov
Mar 16th, 2011, 04:29 PM
:haha:

Props to both. The smaller kid for not being cowed by size and the bigger chubby kid for not letting himself get punked.

Dominic
Mar 16th, 2011, 04:52 PM
Your "Rule #2" is pure fiction.

Huh? dude that is basically the law of nature.

miffedmax
Mar 16th, 2011, 05:12 PM
Your "Rule #2" is pure fiction.

:facepalm: It's a paraphrase of a famous quote by Damon Runyon, who was putting a twist on the old Bible verse.

It's also why--in case you hadn't noticed--EVERY PHYSICAL COMBAT SPORT IN THE WORLD divides participants into weight classes.

I'm old enough that back in my grade school and junior high school days fights were just "boys being boys" and I promise you that the big guys almost always beat up the little guys, including me. I only lost one fight with a guy smaller than me and I never won a fight with a guy who was bigger than me.

The one time in my adult life some drunk-ass 6'6" motherfucker decided he want to take a swing at me, I ran away. Fuck yeah.

Raiden
Mar 16th, 2011, 05:46 PM
Funny you should mention that, because that's what it looked like to me: a staged event for public consumption. If it was real...It is real.

Here is the bully's mom who (for once doesn't act like a typical mother and automatically declares her son innocent but) slams him... perhaps her fat size made it easier for her to empathize with the other kid instead of her skinny offspring :)

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pov
Mar 16th, 2011, 05:48 PM
:facepalm: It's a paraphrase of a famous quote by Damon Runyon, who was putting a twist on the old Bible verse.

It's also why--in case you hadn't noticed--EVERY PHYSICAL COMBAT SPORT IN THE WORLD divides participants into weight classes.

I'm old enough that back in my grade school and junior high school days fights were just "boys being boys" and I promise you that the big guys almost always beat up the little guys, including me. I only lost one fight with a guy smaller than me and I never won a fight with a guy who was bigger than me.

The one time in my adult life some drunk-ass 6'6" motherfucker decided he want to take a swing at me, I ran away. Fuck yeah.
:lol: Whoever it's by and whatever they're paraphrasing - it's still (as you wrote it) pure fiction.

You're also wrong about the part you "shouted." (shouting doesn't make your right you know) ;) In fact UFC started out with no weight classes and the smaller fighter won most of the matches. The same is true for Muay Thai. Weight classes exist in most officially-sanctioned combat sports the "powers that be" require them for accreditation. The big guy-little guy cliche does have a lot of currency. ;)(see below for a caveat)

The fact that you lost all your fights against bigger guys isn't surprising - just like in tennis if a person "subconsciously" thinks they "should" lose - they generally will. In my HS days people fought and the tough kids came in all sizes.

Now if you're talking about someone who is big as in "muscular from lots of physical activity" compared to someone who's skinny and not into physical pursuits - then that's a different thing entirely. This is the caveat on weight classes - generally trained fighters are carrying muscle weight and the fighters facing each other are supposed to be on a similar skill level so power can be loosely tied to weight.

The Witch-king
Mar 16th, 2011, 06:16 PM
It is real.

Here is the bully's mom who (for once doesn't act like a typical mother and automatically declares her son innocent but) slams him... perhaps her fat size made it easier for her to empathize with the other kid instead of her skinny offspring :)

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She seems like a drunk.

"I always brought my children to walk away from violence" my ass:rolleyes:

JN
Mar 16th, 2011, 08:43 PM
It is real.

Here is the bully's mom who (for once doesn't act like a typical mother and automatically declares her son innocent but) slams him... perhaps her fat size made it easier for her to empathize with the other kid instead of her skinny offspring :)

76bj74rlo5E

She'd "like" him to apologize??? Sounds like mom is being bullied, as well.

miffedmax
Mar 17th, 2011, 01:52 AM
:lol: Whoever it's by and whatever they're paraphrasing - it's still (as you wrote it) pure fiction.

You're also wrong about the part you "shouted." (shouting doesn't make your right you know) ;) In fact UFC started out with no weight classes and the smaller fighter won most of the matches. The same is true for Muay Thai. Weight classes exist in most officially-sanctioned combat sports the "powers that be" require them for accreditation. The big guy-little guy cliche does have a lot of currency. ;)(see below for a caveat)

The fact that you lost all your fights against bigger guys isn't surprising - just like in tennis if a person "subconsciously" thinks they "should" lose - they generally will. In my HS days people fought and the tough kids came in all sizes.

Now if you're talking about someone who is big as in "muscular from lots of physical activity" compared to someone who's skinny and not into physical pursuits - then that's a different thing entirely. This is the caveat on weight classes - generally trained fighters are carrying muscle weight and the fighters facing each other are supposed to be on a similar skill level so power can be loosely tied to weight.

Um, sure, whatever. If you don't even know who Damon Runyon was, there's really no point in trying to explain why I'd take his word over yours on just about anything.

brickhousesupporter
Mar 17th, 2011, 02:29 AM
That's the part I was still laughing about 30 minutes later. :lol:
I am glad I was not the only one. All day people were asking me what I was laughing at. I would just think about it, and break out in the biggest grin.

I am glad the kid found it in himself to stand up for himself. That shows great character.

Dominic
Mar 17th, 2011, 03:15 AM
Now if you're talking about someone who is big as in "muscular from lots of physical activity" compared to someone who's skinny and not into physical pursuits - then that's a different thing entirely. This is the caveat on weight classes - generally trained fighters are carrying muscle weight and the fighters facing each other are supposed to be on a similar skill level so power can be loosely tied to weight.

Dude, that's basically what he has been saying, in a general way, someone who is bigger will carry more muscle, which means, he is likely to win in a fight with someone who is smaller and thus most likely has less muscle. That being said someone really big can have alot of fat and not that much muscle, but generally a big guy has more muscle than a small guy.

tonythetiger
Mar 17th, 2011, 04:14 PM
If you are dumb enough to have the audacity to boldly punch someone in the face who is twice your size, you deserve whatever comes your way. He should be happy he was able to walk away at all.

mykarma
Mar 17th, 2011, 04:20 PM
I don't think it's funny, but he was certainly asking for it.
One things for sure and that is his bullying days are over.

mykarma
Mar 17th, 2011, 04:23 PM
This.
It's not funny but I can't help myself. :spit:

Scotso
Mar 18th, 2011, 05:32 PM
http://www.cio.com.au/article/379970/south_australia_moves_outlaw_cyber_bullying/

South Australia moves to outlaw cyber bullying
Posting violent or other degrading images on the internet will become an offence under proposed South Australian laws - AAP (AAP)
16 March, 2011 16:43



Posting violent or other degrading images on the internet will become an offence under proposed South Australian laws.

Attorney-General John Rau said the state's proposed legislation, to be introduced this year, would be the first of its kind in Australia.

It will make it an offence to knowingly take or publish humiliating, demeaning or degrading images of another person without their consent.

Mr Rau said it was designed to tackle thugs who filmed assaults and then posted them on the internet.

The move follows the appearance of a viral video on YouTube showing a student in an Australian school playground tormenting another boy and then being picked up and violently thrown on the ground by the victim.

"The government wants to attack this disgusting fad of thugs engineering and filming violent and humiliating acts and posting the images to websites," Mr Rau said on Wednesday.

"This behaviour is so disturbing and potentially damaging to the victims that I believe the creators of these images should be subject to severe penalties, including jail sentences.

"The government wants to make it very clear that if a person participates in any way in an act of this sort, then the consequences will be severe."

Mr Rau said the onus would be on the person charged to prove that they had a legitimate purpose for capturing the images, other than humiliating, degrading or demeaning the victim.

The proposed laws would cover anyone involved in the process of deliberately filming and publishing the images.

"For example, if you knowingly allow someone to use your computer or phone to upload the images, you could be covered by the laws," Mr Rau said.

"If you knowingly participate in someone's humiliation while someone else films it, you could also find yourself charged with a serious offence."

But opposition justice spokesman Stephen Wade said the government's proposals lacked detail.

"We have no indication of how this initiative will be policed or how we can avoid people being unfairly caught by the legislation," Mr Wade said.

It seems to me if they wanted to stop bullying they would highlight videos like this as a "let this be a lesson to you" sort of thing. Blocking such content really only serves to hide the problem, not combat it. The internet phenomenon is extremely useful at shining a spotlight on the abuses going on in the world (even when posted maliciously by the perpetrators) and attempting to suppress that is not progress by any means.

Mrs. Peel
Mar 18th, 2011, 07:12 PM
I gasped more than I laughed because big boy came out of a bag. What was he supposed to do? Let that boy keep punching him? How many licks did that skinny kid get in before he got body slammed? 4? 5? He got what he deserved for sure but I do feel for his mother. To watch your son acting like an idiot and then slammed severely on the ground (no parent wants to see their child hurt, even if they deserved it) and then the repeated ridicule from people being able to view her son being a dumbass and getting owned all over the world.

Awesome move from big boy when he decided enough is enough. :worship:Chalk one up for the fat kids of the world!

The Witch-king
Mar 21st, 2011, 06:51 PM
An article with videos of interviews with both boys.

http://digitallife.today.com/_news/2011/03/21/6311716-emotional-interview-reveals-why-boy-bodyslammed-bully

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The Witch-king
Mar 21st, 2011, 07:12 PM
Their parents are so rough my god. Missing teeth, eyebrow piercings :eek:

Is this how you raise kids in NZ, FlameOn??

Bayo
Mar 21st, 2011, 08:59 PM
Their parents are so rough my god. Missing teeth, eyebrow piercings :eek:

Is this how you raise kids in NZ, FlameOn??



I only watched the first video, but I thought the father actually spoke rather eloquently about the situation. Not sure how his appearance has anything to do with anything.

The Witch-king
Mar 21st, 2011, 09:01 PM
I only watched the first video, but I thought the father actually spoke rather eloquently about the situation. Not sure how his appearance has anything to do with anything.

It has to do with me not liking it.

mykarma
Mar 21st, 2011, 09:13 PM
Their parents are so rough my god. Missing teeth, eyebrow piercings :eek:

Is this how you raise kids in NZ, FlameOn??
I'm sure you can find the parents looking worse than them wherever you reside.

JN
Mar 22nd, 2011, 11:53 AM
Bullshit, lies and his father coaching from the side. That little shit got exactly what he deserved.

HippityHop
Mar 22nd, 2011, 02:03 PM
This reminds of a situation that happened when I was in Junior High School. One guy always tried to "go for bad" as we called it and one day he just couldn't resist bullying another quiet guy in our class.

Bumma, the bully, after repeatedly hitting WC and being asked by WC to "leave me alone" was finally picked up by WC and bodyslammed HARD to the cement floor. We all laughed a Bumma and he got up with a shit eating grin on his face and WC, nor anybody else for that matter, ever had a problem with him again.

The only differece it that they were both about the same size.

The teachers, response was one of bemusement that Bumma got what he deserved. But then I grew up in an era where people believed that your mouth (or actions) should not write checks that you ass can't cash. :lol:

brickhousesupporter
Mar 22nd, 2011, 03:00 PM
The bully speaks......but all I hear is "bullyshit".

The Witch-king
Mar 22nd, 2011, 05:46 PM
This reminds of a situation that happened when I was in Junior High School. One guy always tried to "go for bad" as we called it and one day he just couldn't resist bullying another quiet guy in our class.

Bumma, the bully, after repeatedly hitting WC and being asked by WC to "leave me alone" was finally picked up by WC and bodyslammed HARD to the cement floor. We all laughed a Bumma and he got up with a shit eating grin on his face and WC, nor anybody else for that matter, ever had a problem with him again.

The only differece it that they were both about the same size.

The teachers, response was one of bemusement that Bumma got what he deserved. But then I grew up in an era where people believed that your mouth (or actions) should not write checks that you ass can't cash. :lol:

Inglesa per fevore???

Kart
Mar 22nd, 2011, 06:36 PM
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Is that an eyebrow piercing in a twelve year old ?

CrossCourt~Rally
Mar 22nd, 2011, 11:52 PM
I'm sure you can find the parents looking worse than them wherever you reside.

Yeah, i saw allot "rougher" looking people in my local Wal-Mart this morning :p.

Btw, did anyone else catch the knee high socks at 1:15-1:20 ? He must be a fan of Queen B :p

ranfurly
Mar 23rd, 2011, 10:01 AM
Their parents are so rough my god. Missing teeth, eyebrow piercings :eek:

Is this how you raise kids in NZ, FlameOn??

You do know this is based in Australia and not in New Zealand,

and bad parenting happens anywhere, any country, just be lucky that you and others here have had a more fortunate up bringing.

plantman
Mar 23rd, 2011, 04:00 PM
Bully claims he's the victim.



http://www.huliq.com/10473/australian-bully-claims-he-victim-today-tonight-video

Scotso
Mar 23rd, 2011, 05:02 PM
Bully claims he's the victim.



http://www.huliq.com/10473/australian-bully-claims-he-victim-today-tonight-video

What a little shit.