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My True Self
Are you skinny because you call me fat?
Are you pretty because you call me ugly?
Are you tougher because you call me a wimp?
Are you smarter because you call me dumb?
Are you nicer because you call me mean?
Are you bigger because you call me little?
No matter what you call me we are both still the same people as before
And it doesn’t make you any better then me if you call me names
In fact it makes you worse since you lost a chance to be friends with me
Just think of it this way
If someone called you a chair, would you be a chair
So why do you think it is so cool to make fun of people when all it does is make you look like a jerk
And believe me, I’d rather be fat, ugly, wimpy, dumb, mean little girl
Then you who I convinced making fun of others makes you better