I'm sorry you had that experience. These girls were immature and rude. Just because something is funny, doesn't mean you have to do something so cruel to someone. However, you'll have to get thick-skinned. Because, there is a whole lot more cruelty than that in this world. You're young. You will face a lot more hurtful things than that, and they won't be for laughs. This is just life and the world we live in. If you can't take anything negative being said or done to you, whether it's constructive or not; you're going to have a really hard time getting through life. I'm not condoning in any way what these simpletons did. But, they'll probably even post the pictures on facebook. The best thing you could do is let them know they didn't bother you. You should have laughed with them, even if you felt like crying.
Running off crying isn't going to show people you're strong enough to not let the ridiculous things they do affect you. It will make you more of a target. Be aware of how you're clothes are fitting. If you can't sit down or get out of a car, without pulling your pants up, or your crack showing. Then, you're either wearing the wrong style (hip huggers/low riders) pants, or they're too little and you're still trying to squeeze in them. I see this type of thing all of the time. And, I can't understand how people can't feel their crack is showing. I don't care what size you are, this shouldn't be so. If you have a large stomach and small waist, with lean legs, this tends to happen as well. Either way, don't give the immature and disrespectful facebook "paparazzi" ammunition to use. Because, this is the age we're living in. People can invade your privacy and take your picture or video you, without consent and post them on the internet. It's really sad.
- Response by thelovedovefor1
, A Creative, Female, 46-55, Atlanta, Who Cares?