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1. “They’re all the same person”: An accusation so very commonly used by a bully when their victim has friends. Especially if they aren’t so easily frightened away. 2. Accusing the victim of the very things they are guilty of: Often done so the bully can place the guilt elsewhere and look less guilty to the public eye. 3. Claims to have proof of some sort, but delays in showing it: Usually done to buy the bully time in order to have proof created to their own benefit. 4. Accusing those who stand up to the bully as being one of their main vi
Two days ago I had a Twitter DM conversation with a man that blocked my friend M---y. I thought it was accidental. It happens. It turned out to be anything but. The entire DM conversation is below. Due to the no "naming and shaming" rule, I have blotched out names, personal photos, and chat identities. I have confirmed with 3 admins that all that is shown below is authentic. I approached this person believing the blocking of my friend @s-----------0 (M---y) was accidental. Then @i--c---------r tells me he received "very very" disturbing message that my friend M---y had written
Late on August 31, 2019, a longtime friend of mine, Mi***, was tweeting with some of her friends regarding one person's cat that is not doing well. If I recall, the issue with the cat, Si***, was something to do with the kidneys. Mi*** was saying that this meant that S**** couldn't have tuna. Then in a later tweet she mentioned "treats" in a general manner of speaking. Nowhere in M****'s tweet above did she even remotely suggest anything that could remotely harm a cat. Treats generally means a reward that the person or animal really likes or would. Then some rather random individual,