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Should I Have Stuck Up For This Kid?

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Cindy1302 | 03:29 Sun 19th Jun 2022 | Family & Relationships
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I made a similar post yesterday but this is a little different. Last night I was playing a team based game and then got sent a party invite from someone on my team. One was 13 and the other 12. At one point we were playing against eatchother and the 12 year old said out loud what character he was gonna be. That was a bad choice because I could find a way to counter it. Then the 13 year old was like "shut up dont tell her". Another time the 12 year old was like "you better hurry up and kill him. The 13 year old once again said "shut up lol" this is the worst of all. It happend about a half hour ago. We were playing on a team. The game is called star wars battlefront 2. We were playing a mode called heroes vs villains. So it's like Luke vs darth vader etc. At one point the 13 year old was like "I killed vader!" The 12 year old was like "that was kylo Ren" (it was vader) then the 14 year old was like "no it was vader you dumb.....ass." shortly before that the 12 year old was saying something (I don't know what) and the 13 year old was like "shut up shut up shut up". Other then that it was pretty chill and they seemed like friends. AITA for not sticking up for the 12 year old? I think I am.

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Why post this twice? - it's just a game. Let them take care of themselves.
Did you stop and think why you didn't get a reply yesterday?
BTW - if your questions are genuine you worry too much about trivia. Lighten up.
I think you are maybe worrying that one of the children seemed to be bullying the other, and you are feeling bad that you didn't do something to stop it.
I don't think you need to feed bad.
I don't think it was bullying. I think it was just kids getting over-excited and expressing their feelings too loudly.
Trying to prevent bullying is always a good thing, but don't be too sensitive about it. Kids don't always speak to each other in polite language - they yell at each other and are rude to each other, but unless it is focused and sustained and upsets another child, I don't think you need to worry.

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