In this video it shows the bully Sharkisha punching a girl. What I am wondering is why as a society are we laughing at this. Getting joy out of a girl getting punched ( im not saying everyone ) but it seem like the majority are. So why?
Hive mind by soft peer pressure?
I like to think sometimes that the one getting "bullied" is actually the person i would dislike. As always, is there a video of someone bulling someone else, we see the bully in that case as the bad person. And we sympathize with the victim.
But often i want some people i know IRL to be bullied or something like that, these people deserve it. Would someone actually act the way 100 people already wanted to, and if i would video tape it and put it on youtube, we, the 100 people that know what's up, would like the vid and agree that this is okay.
The rest would just claim we are bastards and the victim is poor and deserves fund raising though you dont know shit about the situation
Last edited by likemah; 2013-12-01 at 09:09 PM.
That video isn't even that popular. Why are you acting like it's going viral or something. Are you sharkisha?
Hopefully she will be on the recieving end of her own actions.
She'll be in jail with momma soon enough. At least they will get to spend some time together finally.
And now she will get more views further spreading her name
I really don't get what you're saying.
Where is she famous? I never heard her name and a youtube video with 25k views isnt even close to viral.
"What I am wondering is why as a society are we laughing at this. Getting joy out of a girl getting punched ( im not saying everyone ) but it seem like the majority are. So why?"
Who is this society laughing and getting joy out of it? Comnig from North America i can say that i've never encountered this kind of behavior in my life.
Men getting punched by women or anyone falling, now thats something we find really funny.
I never heard of her, is she supposed to be famous or something?
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I've never even seen/heard of this person dude, and seeing people sock each other has always been mildly amusing.