You'd think he could get in trouble for doing that... Then again, whatever combination of names you choose, -someone- is probably gunna have it.
Very true. I was thinking that as well. *shrug*
Nicole Gratton, her street name would be The Glutton and she would vomit on her prey while waving her around her size 2 jeans.
Sorry. I'm a little bitter.
Hahaha! I love it!!!
*hugs* She sounds like a realbitch.
Me too. It's seriously freaky.
Steven Rylander, he was so mean to me in grade 6. Hind sight tells me he had a big ole crush on me at the time but man did he make grade 6 horrible.
Kimberly Bowman. Not someone from my childhood, but a horrible boss i had.
I'm keepin' all these names to know who to keepaway from.;)
Haha. :) Every single member?Orjust as a whole?
As a whole. Then again, the whole is due to the sum of its parts. So both!
Unfortunately, there's a reason it's good.
I never really got bullied much. I figured out when I was little that you had to totally attack anybody who tried to bully you, no matter how big they were. Then half the time they would leave you alone, or oddly enough the other half of the time you'd have a new friend. It totally never failed.
Although there were a couple of girls that were really mean to me. The "attack" option was out with them, so I guess my movie monster would be "Desiree the Creepella". I don't why we hated each other so much, but in 5th grade we were both horrified when we had to play a married couple in the school play.
I think as a rule girls are a lot more vindicitively cruel in their youth then boys are. Boys are just violent.
haha! I love that you were both made to suffer such an injustice. Muahahaha. ;)
Murray. He stole my sweater in elementary school.
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Jessica Nash. I have to be anon because others that know her might see this. :X
Wow! Well, anonymous is always welcome. :)
You're welcome! ;) It's great to be able to vent about the jerks in our past. A sense of release in it.
Michael Feist. He & I were never eye to eye. In fact I'd go as far to say as he was a right little bastard.
(Mid-late last year, he served me at a gas station. I laughed.)
Haha! I love that. Those are the sweet moments inthe world.
There was a Freddy Krueger at my high school. Well, maybe his last name was Krueger, but his first name was something else. He was actually pretty good looking. :)
I'm sort of scared to write down the name of my bully, because he's just the type to google his name. haha
He was just the guy that I was co-editors with on the yearbook/newsletter. I went to a very small school (like 60 ppl total!). & sigh, he was such a tyrant. I wouldn't say he was a bully, but he made me cry more than a few times.