Who's fault is it? 3

At school this kid was bullying me for having Minecraft PE rather than Minecraft PC. He made fun of my skin, saying his was better than mine. And then at school he beat me up and shoved me into the ground. He even asked his friends to doggypile me. And after that he called me salty. Then I came out and said something very dark about his past. He was mad so he left, and then after that he came back and repeated. He also threw ice at me. He even told the teacher about the part where I said the dark thing, and when I went to tell the office, I explained everything, even where I was guilty. He said I wanted to marry Donald John Trump and Mario. Than he dropped the F-bomb on me and my friend. Who's guilty in this court?

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Fej123
This kid may have issues and when he picked in you he was trying to make himself feel better or become more popular. You should have gone straight to a teacher or parent is he was bullying you and yes, I know he shouldn't have done that but that was his problem. Just remember there's always someone you can tell
Letsago
He actually does have anger problems. Thank you for understanding! 😅
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Fej123
No problem
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WolfbourneTheFirst
I believ it was the kids fault. You did nothing wrong. Even when you said something rude, he deserved it.
Letsago
You're truly unique. Now thinking about it, it's not even dark. It's just when he got angry and ran outta the school.
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Mataways
Umm I think he was mad at himself.
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Dauntless_Demigod
Both. He's a bully and you said the thing
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new_girl_in_town
Both... Usually, it is best to follow Thumper's advise and, "if you can't say something nice, don't say anything at all." That way, you are more accountable for yourself. If you push a bully back, there's no telling what will happen. So, unless you are in immediate danger of some sort, always try and keep your cool, but don't roll over and let him dominate you, either. If he physically attacks you again, you defend yourself in whatever way is necessary. But, as my parents See More▼
Letsago
By the way, the "dark thing" is just about when he got mad at gym, and was sent to the office. After that he ran out of school.
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new_girl_in_town
Kinda pathetic, really, but it still wasn't something within your right to bring up. However, I suggest that, in the future, you don't let the things he says get to you. It hurts less when you let it roll off your shoulders, plus, eventually, he'll get bored and leave when he realizes he can't tear you down.
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Letsago
To be honest, I don't really want him to get in trouble. Sure, he called me gay, made fun of my appearance, and has beaten me up (Didn't beat me up, but rather tried to) he and I were friends before this. I was even invited to his B-Day before this event.
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Letsago
You are an absolute inspiration. I hope the world could see this comment. You are a very wise person.
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new_girl_in_town
Well, thanks, but I still have a lot to learn. I know for sure it isn't easy to do this, either, especially when someone really seems as though they deserve it.
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AnimatronicHeart
About both. Bullying than getting him back by bringing something dark up from their past is considered wrong. So i declare both guilty.
Mataways
Nature works like dis:
If you bully someone
You have risked your bucket and bullied yourself.
Also he was just trying defend him.
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Straight_Outta_Snuggie
In a way both. He's in the wrong for putting you through the the trouble. But you are in the wrong for saying what you did
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PagIsAwesome
His, it is none of his business if you like PE or PC better.
But still, I know, it's hard, but try as hard as you can and keep it to yourself and tell an adult.
Tell your parents, tell the princable, and his parents, next time keep it to yourself.
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Mataways
Wow that bully really needs to know how nature works
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Mataways
Nah it's his. He did worser bucket damage
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Mataways
The bully. Here is what you should have done and not be childish. Tell the teacher if the teacher ignores you. Do the most annoying sound ever like the scream and he'll walk away.
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WorriourSinon
Him he's guilty
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Letsago
@new_girl_in_town @Electpurr_the_electric_cat @StridersGonnaStride @Calista_Soul_Fairy I updated the question with several other things at the end.
new_girl_in_town
It's still the same, though... Sticks and stones can break your bones, but even broken bones heal. Just stay strong and don't let him get to you.
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new_girl_in_town
I suggest you be truthful and admit to what you did. Usually, administration is pretty lenient when it comes to stuff done out of self defense, but, don't try and make yourself look completely victimized either. Instead, just fess up, serve whatever punishment they give you, and make sure they know what all he's been doing. Schools are huge on anti-bullying, See More▼
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Letsago
Ii have to go to the office on Monday, any tips?
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Straight_Outta_Snuggie
Still both
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