When I was younger, I used to go to girl scouts with my best friend. I was around 7 or 8, and I was in the washroom when a couple of girls from our group walked in.
I guess they didn’t realize I was there, because one of them started loudly complaining about my friend. My best friend has developmental dyspraxia.
This girl was mocking the way she walked and spoke. She was pretending to stagger around and slurring her words in this “stupid” tone.
I was really upset. I was always defensive of my best friend, she was sort of an easy target and people made fun of her a lot.
I’m autistic and while I received my fair share of bullying, it was never as bad. Anyway, I was too chicken to say anything and ended up just waiting until they left.
The girl who was making fun of my friend, I thought she was really intimidating. She was one of the older girls in the group and we were all a little scared of her.
Still seething, I started to head back to the gym where we held our meetings.
As I walked back, I noticed that the bitch from earlier had left her unfinished cream soda by the cubbies in the hall where we kept our stuff.
(I should add that this girl was constantly drinking cream soda. I swear she was addicted to that shit or something, because she always had a couple with her.
) I looked around, the hallway was deserted. So I grabbed her soda.
I then opened her backpack and poured the entire thing inside.
It got all over her gym clothes and shoes, everything. It was a sticky pink mess. When I was finished, I just zipped up her bag and went back into the gym like nothing had happened.
She didn’t realize until after the meet had ended. My dad had just picked me up and we were about to leave the school when I heard her freaking out from all the way down the hall.
Her mother thought the girl must have accidentally put the soda in her bag without noticing it was open. She swore up and down that she didn’t, but her mom didn’t buy it.
No once suspected a thing, though I made sure not to stick around. To this day it remains my fondest memory from girl scouts.