Definition of bully (plural bullies)
a : sweetheart
b : a fine chap
2 a : a blustering browbeating person; especially : one habitually cruel to others who are weaker
b : pimp
3 a: a hired ruffian
This does not just refer to people that use their muscles. It’s anyone that uses any strength to make others feel like less than their full potential. Other terms that I used in the last entry, such as cyber tough guy and douche bag, represent just a short list of other words that people may use.
Now that we have seen what is going to happen here, it’s time once again to teach people what it truly means to be human, rather than the monsters that humanity seems to be mutating into. People that everyone see in the news doing good deeds or even stopping bad things from happening are not weird or abnormal. They represent what we all should strive to become. Heroes and Heroines in any media format are the people that stand up for what is right, against all odds. They do this not because they want to, but because it’s the right thing to do. (Audience cries out, “but they have to sacrifice almost everything.”) This is not the case. They simply invest the time and effort to help, not hurt others.
(The voices snicker, “but the people like to see others get hurt! Have you not been on YouTube lately?”)
Thanks, let’s talk about all the fail compilations. Well, I have seen them and, yes, they can be funny, but why is it that humans want to see others get hurt? The word for this is schadenfreude.
Definition of schadenfreude
a: feeling of enjoyment that comes from seeing or hearing about the troubles of other people
Now, how messed up is it to truly take pleasure in seeing others suffer? Well, let’s ask the bullies of the world. This is the only way to show the reasoning behind why a bully may do the things that they do. This explanation does not justify bully behavior, it just helps us understand one piece of the ongoing problem.
See you next time, Same Deranged time, Same Deranged channel.