...I wasn't really serious about that suggestion.
I know you probably didn't mean it, but I'm, shall we say, speaking from experience here.
Being known as crazy and dangerous will scare one person off. Then that one person will go and get backup. In fact, if you're known as crazy and dangerous, then the bully can go get people who aren't even normally bullies to join in on attacking you, because after all, you're so dangerous, it's for everyone's good!
No, not really. I just said gay because I hate them. If they were gay, I'd have all kinds of offensive things to say to them.
Careful - This sort of thing makes you every bit as bad as them
. It's forgivable, because as I said, all teenagers are evil. But still. If you throw around insults just because you can, you are yourself a bully.
You want to know why they pick on you? Because they can, and because they don't like you.
So the guys who bother me in school are weak?
That's not what I said - I said that they don't want to be weak. Putting you down makes them feel stronger.
I guess some movies are right. Good guys never win.
say things like that. For one thing, it's negative reinforcement. If you walk around muttering things like 'nice guys always lose', you will talk yourself out of making changes in your life when they are needed, because you'll feel like there's no point anyway. Constantly telling yourself negative things can not only stop you from trying, it can lead you to reject anyone trying to help you.
For another, be careful about classing yourself as a 'good guy'. This is not meant to be an attack on you at all, so please read all of this before you get upset. A lot of men get very nasty towards women in particular, with the whole "nice guys always lose" thing. Some guys get it into their heads that if they do some particular thing and are therefore "Nice", they DESERVE
to get whatever it is they want (usually "Sex"), and that if they are not "properly rewarded" for their behavior, then, well, women are all bitches and nice guys always lose. (Hopefully you'll see that anyone thinking such a thing is automatically not a nice guy!)
Anyway, the point is that this sort of feeling tends to breed resentment and leads people to lash out in vicious ways. If you tell yourself what a good guy you are and how much they suck for not appreciating it, you build yourself up into not thinking of them as real people, and into thinking of yourself as betrayed and let down by the world. That's a dangerous mental state to get into.