Hey CHB. Did I handle this correctly?

DBerry

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'Straya, cunt.
I'm not paranoid lol. I like playing music for people and knowing they enjoyed it. But @Penis Face Cat Funeral can fuck right off. I'll honor none of his requests. If you want to act like a decent human being and not some cyber-bullying cunt, maybe I'll consider putting some time in for your ears. Otherwise, not wasting any energy on it. @Yiddle and @mandela can both gag on one too for all I care. You guys want to see me play my guitar? We are playing a show in April here in Vegas. Buy a ticket.
Hard work being nice to you, bud. Considering I live on the other side of the world it is unlikely that I’ll be buying a ticket.
 
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I'm not paranoid lol. I like playing music for people and knowing they enjoyed it. But @Penis Face Cat Funeral can fuck right off. I'll honor none of his requests. If you want to act like a decent human being and not some cyber-bullying cunt, maybe I'll consider putting some time in for your ears. Otherwise, not wasting any energy on it. @Yiddle and @mandela can both gag on one too for all I care. You guys want to see me play my guitar? We are playing a show in April here in Vegas. Buy a ticket.
So no Skynyrd tunes then?

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I'm not paranoid lol. I like playing music for people and knowing they enjoyed it. But @Penis Face Cat Funeral can fuck right off. I'll honor none of his requests. If you want to act like a decent human being and not some cyber-bullying cunt, maybe I'll consider putting some time in for your ears. Otherwise, not wasting any energy on it. @Yiddle and @mandela can both gag on one too for all I care. You guys want to see me play my guitar? We are playing a show in April here in Vegas. Buy a ticket.
You're clearly fishing for attention or why post this thread? And yet, someone asks you to play something and you're all "fuck off, buy a ticket".

Make your mind up, buttercup.
 

Juiceboxbiotch

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I feel like there's a difference between being playfully 'roasted' and being mercilessly bullied. For me, especially on this board, it marks the difference between my friends and my enemies, and it definitely effects how I respond.

I was bullied as a kid in school. I'm now 38 years old (as of today, actually), and looking back I've learned that the primary reason I was repeatedly picked on, despite being kind of a normal kid, was my reaction to the bullying. I gave the reactions my foils wanted. I became an easy target because I wore it all over my face. There was no way for me to hide the fact that it bothered me. Some people could take some roasting in stride... pretend effectively that it didn't bother them, and the dickheads would move on to another target more like me. So eventually I learned that because I wore my emotions on my sleeves, I would have to fight the assholes. I got in so many fights in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade... by 9th grade I had a bit of a reputation for punching people who talked shit, and the bullying mostly died out. It was tough because I was a lot smaller than 90% of the boys I went to school with... I hit puberty late and got my 'man' muscles much later than most of my class. I was incredibly easy to pick on.

My close friends that I have kept since high school learned pretty quickly that if you did or said something just to get a reaction from me, I wouldn't have them around. That's just you manipulating me so you can feel better about yourself. If you do that to people, in real life or on the internet, I tend to pick up on that pretty fast. If you do that, you are a sad person who should probably look inward. If you are in this thread making repeated remarks about my belly, then making repeated remarks about how much it bothers me, you are a bullying asshole who needs therapy.

Maybe I'm not the happiest I can be with my body. I need to eat less shit, work out, and lose weight. I don't need any of you fucks to tell me that, I'm a grown adult. But for the most part I'm happy in my life. The family I have, the things I've accomplished professionally and artistically. I know I'm not someone who needs to bring someone else down to feel better about myself. And I'll tell ya what, if you wanna come call me pregnant to my face you'll find yourself in a dust-up with a fat guy with a guitar. My friends in this thread who poked a little fun but didn't take the easy bait... thank you. To everyone else, fuck you. You're no better than the little dickheads I dealt with in middle school or the little cocksucker talking shit on youtube. I've got no time for you and I've got nothing nice to say to you. You've marked yourself down for me as the wrong kind of people. You got your easy rise outta me though, congrats.
 
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You rocked so hard the fucking guitar hit the floor. I didn't know anyone here knew how to play instruments other than Sam.
 
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I feel like there's a difference between being playfully 'roasted' and being mercilessly bullied. For me, especially on this board, it marks the difference between my friends and my enemies, and it definitely effects how I respond.

I was bullied as a kid in school. I'm now 38 years old (as of today, actually), and looking back I've learned that the primary reason I was repeatedly picked on, despite being kind of a normal kid, was my reaction to the bullying. I gave the reactions my foils wanted. I became an easy target because I wore it all over my face. There was no way for me to hide the fact that it bothered me. Some people could take some roasting in stride... pretend effectively that it didn't bother them, and the dickheads would move on to another target more like me. So eventually I learned that because I wore my emotions on my sleeves, I would have to fight the assholes. I got in so many fights in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade... by 9th grade I had a bit of a reputation for punching people who talked shit, and the bullying mostly died out. It was tough because I was a lot smaller than 90% of the boys I went to school with... I hit puberty late and got my 'man' muscles much later than most of my class. I was incredibly easy to pick on.

My close friends that I have kept since high school learned pretty quickly that if you did or said something just to get a reaction from me, I wouldn't have them around. That's just you manipulating me so you can feel better about yourself. If you do that to people, in real life or on the internet, I tend to pick up on that pretty fast. If you do that, you are a sad person who should probably look inward. If you are in this thread making repeated remarks about my belly, then making repeated remarks about how much it bothers me, you are a bullying asshole who needs therapy.

Maybe I'm not the happiest I can be with my body. I need to eat less shit, work out, and lose weight. I don't need any of you fucks to tell me that, I'm a grown adult. But for the most part I'm happy in my life. The family I have, the things I've accomplished professionally and artistically. I know I'm not someone who needs to bring someone else down to feel better about myself. And I'll tell ya what, if you wanna come call me pregnant to my face you'll find yourself in a dust-up with a fat guy with a guitar. My friends in this thread who poked a little fun but didn't take the easy bait... thank you. To everyone else, fuck you. You're no better than the little dickheads I dealt with in middle school or the little cocksucker talking shit on youtube. I've got no time for you and I've got nothing nice to say to you. You've marked yourself down for me as the wrong kind of people. You got your easy rise outta me though, congrats.


Happy birthday.
 
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