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The Bully.

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THE BULLY "It was the strangest place to meet him" I mumbled to myself, whilst looking at the school photograph. It had everyone on it, included the bully Shouel Miah. I remember when I met him after a long time. He used to be the bully in my year and I met him after 15 years, it all happened in a takeaway couple of days back. I walked into Abduls takeaway in Rusholme, Manchester and sat down at the counter as all of the tables were taken. I picked up a menu and I began to look at the various items trying to decide if I wanted to order a Donner kebab or an "Aloo Paratha". "Excuse me," said someone, as they touched me on my shoulder. I looked up and saw a rather nice looking woman standing in front of me. "Is your name Asim by any chance?" she asked me. "Yes." I replied, I was rather confused, as I had never seen this woman before. ...read more.


I remember when we were studying about Star Trek, he used to say that phrase to me that was used in the series, "Beam me up spotty!". This was because I had too many spots on my face. How many times that guy had made fun of my spots in front of the girls in my class? How many times did he laugh at me just to humiliate me? How many times that big bully slammed me up against the lockers just to make himself look like a big man to all the other students? He raised his hand and waved at me. I smiled and waved back and turned back around and began to eat my Donner. "Oh! He's so thin now. Not the big guy, I remember from back in school," I said to myself. All of a sudden I heard the sound of dishes breaking so I turned around to see what had happened. Shouel had accidentally hit several plates knocking them off the table as he was trying to get into his wheelchair. ...read more.


he asked me. "Almost, You are very lucky. You have someone to push you around who loves you. I don't have anyone." I replied. I reached in my pocket and pulled out one of my cards that had my home telephone number written on it and I handed it to him. "Give me a call sometime and we will meet up" I told him. "You still want to meet me after how I treated you?" He said. "Of course!", I replied, "People make mistakes and you got your fair share of punishment". Shouel laughed and said "I got a bit more than I bargained for!". We both laughed heavily. As we were "chatting" away, his wife came over and interrupted us. "Sorry to intrude, but we have to go now" said Rija, "He has to go to an appointment". I bent down and gave him a big hug and said, "You better call me". I then stood there watching as they drove towards the exit of the car park and finally disappeared into the distant. I hope he calls me sometime. He will be the only friend that I have from my high school days. - 1 - ...read more.

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