Hey, diary. Today I want to talk about something that I excel at - the art of bullying. It's a skill that not everyone can master, but for me and my best friend Tina, it comes naturally.

Bullying is more than just picking on someone weaker than you. It's about asserting dominance, instilling fear, and making sure everyone knows who's in charge. And let me tell you, I'm definitely in charge.

I love seeing the looks of terror on my classmates' faces when they see me coming their way. The power rush it gives me is like no other feeling in the world. Some people may call it cruel or heartless, but to me, it's just another day at Elmore Junior High.

Tina and I make a great team when it comes to tormenting our peers. We feed off each other's energy and come up with new ways to make them squirm every single day. Whether it's tripping someone in the hallway or spreading rumors behind their backs, we always find a way to keep things interesting.

But sometimes people don't understand why we do what we do. They think we're just mean-spirited bullies with nothing better to do than pick on others. But they couldn't be more wrong.

For us, bullying is an art form - one that requires finesse and precision to truly master. It takes skill to know exactly how far you can push someone before they break down completely; how much pressure you need to apply before they crack under your thumb.

And while some may see us as heartless monsters without a shred of empathy or compassion...they might just be right.