In Real Life: An Offline Experiment
Excuse me, excuse me, excuse me... Just saying one thing. I think gay people are sick, and you guys should just kill yourselves. Just end your miserable existence.
She's so stupid. You're so stupid. You know that though, right? You know you're stupid?
You are the weirdest f***ing kid in school.
Why do you always mess with me?
You know what? All of you Muslims, you need to go back to the hellholes you're from. Can you believe this? F***ing terrorist.
What did you say?
You heard what I said. Fat bitches like you should get over themselves; go on a diet.
I'm just waiting for my mom. Can you please leave me alone?
I'm traumatized. Get a gym membership. I f***ing hate fat people.
I think you should go. I think you should go.
She upset me, too.
I think you should go.
Everyone hates you; you should hate yourself, too.
What are you doing? Why are you talking to her like that?
Because she deserves it.
No, she doesn't. Like, walk away right now, please.
Homosexuality is a disease. You're saving humanity by killing yourselves.
Yo, get the f*** outta here right now. I've got him. Take a walk.
Do you need a hug? Come here, sweetheart. It'll be all right.
This woman is dangerous. All Muslims are terrorists.
Yeah, I'm also a terrorist, just so you know.
All these hateful comments were written by real people on social media. The bullies and their targets were actors. Everyone else was not.
You're fine. That's really mean. Are you okay?
If this behavior is unacceptable in real life, why is it so normal online?