There was an age when the schoolyard bully was some greasy, insecure punk whose advanced growth spurt gave him or her a false sense of strength and importance.
Eventually, these bullies met their match. They ended up in the principal’s office or clutching a bloodied nose out by the bike racks.
Either way, most bullies were cured of their desire to belittle and taunt other kids once they were exposed for the weak, pathetic individuals they were.
Most went on to become contributing members of the human race and their days of bullying were but an embarrassing phase.