You know what I’m talking about. People who treated you like garbage in the past then suddenly, just up and decide that you’re the best thing since sliced bread? Yup! Those!
They’ll gush over you and pour on the compliments, and man! Do they lay it on thick! These people tell you how wonderful you are and that they got you all wrong and misjudged you. They’ll show you excessive attention and laugh at your jokes with their counterfeit laughs. Yet, your internal alarm is going off in the pit of your gut because something feels “off” about these little encounters.
These bullies act so sappy, stand a little too close, and gush over your small wins and accomplishments. They seem to latch on to you like a tick to a dog.
I’ve had bullies do the same to me in the past, and when they did, my first thought was, “Ewww,” “Yuck,” or any other utterance of total disgust. It was downright sickening, and as hard as it was not to look them in the eye and say, “Okay. What do you want,” I only humored them for a while.
But sooner or later, they got careless and stupid. The bullies ended up showing their cards without realizing it until it was too late. I’d say something that rubbed them the wrong way or have a belief they didn’t share. Then, all hell broke loose.
Isn’t it funny when bullies let their emotions tell the truth about them?
The point is that the nice act doesn’t mask evil intentions. Ever. Bullies will try it, but they end up giving themselves away eventually. But there’s more. Before they give themselves away, you can often tell that something isn’t right. You can hear the fakery in their voices, and you know they’re trying a little too hard to sound convincing. It’s as if they aren’t only trying to convince you; they’re also trying to convince themselves!
My advice is to get away from these people. Fast! Because they’re up to something. You might not know what that “something” is, but for your safety, ditch these fools and have nothing to do with them. If something feels wrong, listen closely. Your instinct never lies.
With knowledge comes empowerment.
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**To this day** I have bullies try to contact me online, talking about, “Oh it’s been so long!” Not long enough, in my opinion x-)
Hahaha! I’ve had that happen as well. Don’t that just crack you up! 😂🤣😂🤣
Oh, and I should add that I’m nearly 40, and this still happens -_-
I believe you. Most bullies don’t mature with age like the rest of us. 😂🤣
Thanks for the post. Happens with me too!
My pleasure. Bullies are so childish.
Anyone hear that gut-wrenching story of a boy who was shot with BB guns & forced to drink urine at a sleepover? I was in tears…and nauseated. https://www.nbc29.com/2021/03/07/mom-claims-son-shot-with-bb-guns-forced-drink-urine-sleepover/
I saw that on social media and I was so angered and sad that I couldn’t watch the entire video. It’s sickening how they tortured that child! I hope these kids parents grounded them severely- I hope those bullies were prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law!