Unfortunately, b**lying is a big problem in schools no matter where someone lives.
Urban, rural, rich, poor, big school, small school, it happens everywhere.
And hopefully, if you had to deal with this, you’ve gotten over it.
But today we’re gonna touch base with those a**holes.
AskReddit users talked about what their school b**lies are up to now.
Let’s see what they said.
“A few years ago, I read about a guy I went to school with who was s**t and k**led in self defense by a store clerk he was robbing.”
2. Makes sense.
“Last time I checked, he was arrested in our hometown for armed robbery and conspiracy to commit a felony.”
3. The accident.
“One of my b**lies d**d in a motorcycle wreck immediately after high school. Hit a pole head-on while speeding.
News of his d**th brought relief, he was so mean. Still feel bad for not feeling horrible when I first heard.”
“My elementary school b**ly d**d of an OD around 5 or so years ago.
I don’t feel bad for him dying eeither, actually I felt a little vindicated. But it also makes me mad because he left a baby girl to grow up without her father.
But maybe she’ll turn out better for it. It’s a weird mix of feelings when things like that happen.”
“She’s married, sells MLM, and is constantly posting things like, “Girl, God is with you”.”
6. Same old.
“One of mine is currently up on charges of criminal confinement, intimidation, and battery.
So clearly the same thing they were doing in school 30 years ago.”
“She is still a b**ly.
We’re not friends on FB, but she made PUBLIC posts about wanting to beat another girl’s a**. Still dramatic and petty, even in our 30’s.
Kinda sad, honestly.”
8. A happy ending.
“Years ago I ran into someone at a gas station who was pretty much a d**k to me in high school. He is/was a firefighter now.
He actually apologized for being an a**hole to me, I just shrugged it off like it was nothing.
But all I could think about was that scene with Steve Buscemi in Billy Madison.”
9. Messed up.
“One of my school b**lies d**d because of cancer a few years after high school. It was really sad.
He was a rich kid who dipped snuff all the time, spit where ever he wanted. Dumped cups of spit on people. Drove new cars his daddy bought him and played on all the sports teams. Was just a real a**hole to people.
Apparently, he got cancer of the throat and jaw right out of high school. Doctors had to remove it and left his face and neck a mess. Real disfigured. Before he could get plastic surgery done, he went to a hotel and blew his head off.
As much as I couldn’t stand the guy in high school, I couldn’t feel anything but sadness and pity for him. It’s still too pitiful to think about. I know karma’s a b**ch, but this was extreme.”
10. No karma.
“My b**lies are happily married with children and financially doing well.
It’s one of the reasons why I don’t believe in karma.”
11. Still a jerk.
“My uncle is a guardian/ward for the state. He gets assigned by the courts to be responsible for a persons affairs if a person is unable to care for themself. He acts in their best interest.
He asked if I knew a guy from my highschool and inquired about him. I told him he was a b**ly, untrustworthy and on drugs at the time. He said this makes sense as he was trying access his mother’s money that was under his guardianship, since she was incapacitated.
Unfortunately, it seems nothings changed since high school.”
12. Life of crime.
“A couple of our b**lies teamed up and decided to rob a local donut shop.
Apparently, they committed some truly bumbling errors, and were caught immediately and sentenced.
The skills required to push around classmates don’t seem to translate into the retail sector.”
Do you know what your b**ly is doing these days?
If so, tell us about it in the comments.
Thanks a lot!