Saying all Muslims are like the Taliban is like saying all Christians are like the Westboro Baptist Church. All it does is make you sound like an ignorant fool.
Hi, I have seen a lot of these things on tumblr before and I wanted to do one because my situation has seriously gotten out of hand. This little cutie standing next to me is my 7-year-old sister. She’s in second grade and is being bullied because our dad died a year and a half ago. Every other day she comes home off the bus crying because some asshole little kid wants to grind some salt into that wound. Today she told me people were kicking her on the bus and when she turned to her friend and asked for what she should do, the little bitch said ‘ask your dad’.
The school won’t do anything about it, the bus drivers won’t do anything about it either. My mother is losing her mind because the school district is just letting this go under the radar. This is very hurtful to my baby sister and I want her to feel like there are people who care about her.
I just want people to like or reblog this so she can see in numbers how many people think that this is bull shit and it needs to be stopped.
who the fuck would say shit like that
i will personally spoon out the kidneys of the little fucking shit that said that
How can people even think its acceptable to make fun of someone about a deceased parent!?
this actually gets me so heated like what kind of horrible person, especially at such a young age would actually manipulate someone’s grief and use the loss of a parent, the loss of any loved one for that matter to bully someone. and to know that the school district is neglecting a situation like this just pisses me off even more. i lost my father about a year and a half ago and i respect you greatly and commend you for showing your younger sister that there are people out there that care about things like this and wouldn’t let this horrible bullying carry on without immediate attention.
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