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You try and convince your friend to stop, before using brute force.
Try and convince your friend to stop, pull her off, anything. But don't hurt them.
Use brute force immediately. Especially if that friend that's being attacked is someone you really care about.
You'll usually get scared, run away, or panic. You'll try your best, but you can't guarantee it'll work.
You try and talk it out, pulling the two apart and explaining that there's no reason to fight. You use minimal brute force.
You ignore your friend's insults for awhile, until you eventually snap and push them away.
You get slightly upset, but you explain to your friend that none of that was true.
You ignore the insults. You get used to it, and still like your friend. But on the inside, you're really sad.
You get slightly embarrassed, and hide from school for awhile.
You get agressive as soon as the rumor spreads further. You ditch your friend and go to another for comfort.
Freak out. You don't want to be here. You want to be the strong one, but you're actually really scared.
You stay calm, but you're still scared. You try and stay calm and rational for the sake of everyone else.
You wouldn't be scared. You would be slightly unnerved, but you know you can somehow "out-wit" to get out of here.
You'd be scared, but you try and stay calm. Because you know there's a chance you can get out. But not if you freak out.
You'd look to others for support. You'd feel weak, but you'd try and help however you could. Despite your fear.
You'd get agressive, letting your fear out on everyone else you can. You may seem mad, but it's just your fear reflecting off of you.
Casually remind them about what they owe you, until they eventually give it back.
Remind them calmly on what they need to return. If they don't return it, take action.
Remind them aggressively to return the object, or you'll take action
Have a friend help you get the object back.
Stay calm, and try to get it back. Though on the inside, you're upset.