did anybody experience this where (if your older) you go to a school reunion or see a high school friend that was bullied for not being attractive and hot and years later theyre whole face/body etc changes to be attractive and somebody had an experience where they were get flirted on by the highschool bully and when they say who they are the bully freezes. and sometimes at school reunions the so called ugly girl is attractive and the hot girl from highschool is addicted to drugs and ugly. but did anyone experience this rather if you were the bully or the one getting bullied.
because I've heard and seen this happen before and its funny how the ugly girl is pretty and the bully is suprised and regretful of the they treated them before.
mostly from what I've seen and heard it was the guy being a bully and a jerk and a girl getting bullied by him for her looks and social status
or the hot girl bullying the unpopular ugly girl
or a ugly guy not being hot and popular enough for the popular girl
Most Helpful Guy
I think it's because some people don't really break out of their shell until university or sometimes even later. They don't know how to be fashionable, carry themselves with dignity.
There's also just some transitions going on in the body. Young teenagers can be kind of oddly proportioned, still growing very rapidly, teeth full of braces, and still a lot of baby fat around the face. A lot of people tend to look their best a bit later on in life, when their bodies have "stabilized" a bit.
Another thing is that the idea of attraction in high school tends to be the most superficial of them all. You might find a rather dorky and slightly chubby captain of the wrestling team being considered super hot as a result of sports, partying, just being really confident, only to find some people wondering what they saw in him later.
Later on, university and onward, people tend to be judged more on individual merit and less by cliques and things of that sort.
So i think all of these reasons kind of contribute.1
Most Helpful Girl
I'm in high school, and the school I go is a small school where everybody knows everybody and nobody gets bullied. But I have noticed something like this with kids. As in, people that were beautiful as babies and kids turned out to be average or below average most of the time. And the ugly kids turned out to be pretty good looking.
If you think you can't get bullied for your looks in kindergarten, you are wrong... I was an ugly kid (I'm glad that now I'm average 😄 I have improved 😂💪) and got bullied by the whole group in kindergarten. After some years (I was 13 or 14 :-?) my biggest bully has stalked me the whole summer to be in my company. @.@0
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