#828 – Tyrrell

I don’t remember too much about bullies anymore. Perhaps that’s the ultimate revenge? I can’t even remember their names. When I think back, instead of remembering them as bullies I seem to remember them as just children.

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31 thoughts on “#828 – Tyrrell”

  1. PsychoDuck says:

    Oh, bullies. Those giant idiots of the playground. I laugh when thinking about how I was actually intimidated by them way back then. School’s a learning experience in more ways than advertised.

    The Duck Has Spoken.

  2. Aidan says:

    Haha, I love your ones that make me think for a second.

  3. Space Butler says:

    shake his hand, cough on him a little, see where it goes from there.

  4. Devious_Psychopath says:

    the bullies left me alone…

  5. J says:

    personally i think revenge is the best revenge

  6. starseedjenny says:

    I never had specific bullies in childhood…I mean like there were mean kids in middle school, but other than that…

    Mostly I just watch Little Rascals and laugh about how I thought those kids were scary

  7. Nicoli20 says:

    Now why would someone bully a guy as awesome as Biff?

  8. Phage83 says:

    I was the one who pants the bullies. jock/nerd

  9. Felix says:

    Because he’s weird.
    The only difference between Biff and a normal bully-target is that the normal targets won’t invent an anti-bully missile.

  10. SEA says:

    Haha, i don’t remember them either. Whathisname i think.

  11. Lisa says:

    The bully at my school when I was about 12 was 13 probably massed as much as my best friend and I put together. He kept picking on her… so I made him cry, and BEG for me to let go the pinch-and-twist I did on his back. Never bothered us again 😀

  12. Kree says:

    Wow you’re right, their names ARE very forgettable.

  13. Nilly says:

    … It IS hard to remember most of the names.

    One in particular stands out though because he was in my class every year in elementary school. He bulled me from kindergarten to the time I beat him in a race in fourth grade.

    He’s never badmouthed me since. Heh.

  14. McGehee says:

    “Tyrrell,” huh? One of the guys who picked on me in high school was named Lyle but called himself Tyrrell. One day I got fed up and called him out. He ended up breaking my nose for the second time and, when he saw that I still wasn’t backing down, he did.

  15. silversaraph says:

    The only good thing about bullies is the long term revenge. I’m successful! You’re not! Sadly, they sometimes become rich through a life of crime. Oh well D:

  16. MaskedMan says:

    I got bullied once or twice, but never for long – I was growing up too fast, and getting far to big to be safely bullied. OTOH, I did spend a lot of time with no social circle to call my own.

  17. Radical Edward says:

    I’ve dealt with bullies for 6 years out of the 16 years I’ve been in school. They call me hurtful names and spread rumors about me that affected my life.

    Of course, I didn’t really have problems with bullies in high school.

  18. Hershey says:

    I had to look twice to figure this one out, but my brain’s been messed up lately xD
    Ooh, bullies. The main thing I remember is being bullied without any friends pretty badly until about sixth grade because then we got a new kid in our class who was way better and easier to bully. But then the kid told on us and the princibal made me cry with all his yelling xD

  19. Ziggy Stardust says:

    I was the bully. This was mainly the reason I had no friends. I realize this now, but I didn’t realize it back then. Trying to improve my social skills. XD

  20. RyuSerpentine says:

    Just finished reading all the comics, started monday night through the link from shortpacked. Definitely going to keep reading this great comic.

  21. Chris says:

    @RyuSerpentine – Awesome.

  22. Jeanette says:

    Hah, I forget the name of the last person who bullied me but she failed Gym, and that was the only class I had with her, and next year I won’t be in Gym.

  23. Brydee Bum says:

    Whoops! biff did an FML.

  24. Raiden1312 says:

    I only really had one bully. He stopped bothering me after I grabbed him in a headlock and threw him to the ground.

  25. Gil says:

    Ah bullies, I remember I had one surefire way of dealing with them..
    It involved football, but not the sport :p

    the female bullies I dated because they were awesome. and I gave them good tips for pounding on nerds.

  26. beaumains says:

    when I was fifteen one of the boys who used to bully me at the boarding school I had attended a few years earlier turned up at a party I was at. He tried to push me around the way he used to – sadly he hadn’t watched the broadcast of me winning a national full contact martial arts tournament a month before the party ……
    It was an amazingly cathartic experience

  27. Lauri says:

    Maybe I don’t think they as children now, but I find I am kind of worried what kind of adults they became.

  28. Malachite_Dragon says:

    I never had to put up with bullies.
    Then again, I’ve always been overweight, and I’ve always been tall…
    No one even tried to pick a fight with me, actually. When you’re going on 6 feet tall with over 250 pounds of weight to sit on someone with, it tends to go out as a pretty bad idea to mess with me.
    The kicker is- I’m a pacifist. XD

  29. Firewing™ says:

    The Guy With the Comment Above me is Epicly Awesome, But not as Much as Biff, Sorry M_D. 😛

  30. Red says:

    Heh, I got bullied on in primary school, he made my life msierable.
    the ultimate revenge? When he went to secondary school I hear he got bullied, by “kids”(aka 18+ true low-life-senior-scum) from his school…
    As vile as it is, it made me feel so good. >:D

  31. Handgunman says:

    I never had any problems with bullies, I think it was a combination of the fact that I was good at making friends with people bigger than me, and then the fact that I fought dirty, so they stayed the hell away

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