Bully: Well, another day, another dollar. I might want to actually go to school today, my bruises that my dad gave me have shrunk since yesterday, I'll wear my hoodie, just to be safe. I'm pretty sure the beatings I get at home will torment my soul for the rest of my life, which will probably lead me to become unsuccessful in the work force. But hey, I'm 11 years old and I kick all those faggots' butts. That reminds me, I'm going to call everybody "asshats" today. I'm young enough that I don't realize the consequences of harassing kids. When they tell on me and I get home, dad's waiting there with his leather belt. This is probably what he means by "learning the hard way."

Here comes the geekiest kid in 4 grade. I can only judge because he wears glasses and hasÂ… a book (shudders). He's probably loaded with cash, or at least he has his asthma medication on him, I can use it to spray it in his eyes later.

Bully walks up to geeky kid and grabs him by the shirt.

Bully: Hey asshat, give me all your lunch money!

Geek:
I don't have lunch money, heck, we don't even have a cafeteria anymore.

Bully:
wise guy eh? I'll show you not to mess with me (rolls up his sleeve).

Geek:
where did you get those bruises from? You wanna talk about it?

Bully:
wow, nobody has ever wanted to talk to me before; as a friend, I think I'll change my ways and become successful in school. (bully high-fives geeky kid).

20 years laterÂ…

Bully: hey, do you remember when I was a bully back in 6th grade?

Geek:
sure I do, you used to come after me everyday and steal my asthma
medication, then spray it in my eyes.

Bully:
you know what, after 20 years, I never really apologized for all that.

Geek:
I don't think you need to, as long as you finish your 3 consecutive life sentences, it'll be fine. As your attorney, I might be able to bring it down to 2.

Bully:
really?

Geek:
well, there was that rough transitional period during high school when you started doing drugs and you joined a gang, which led to you bullying me again, but on a more brutal scale which resulted in me changing schools because of the embarassment. I would say shortening your jail sentence is a possibility.

Bully:
hey, 5th time's a charm.