Separate names with a comma.
*throws dictionary at you*
It was the book that hurt me, not the words.
*Throws big letters at you that they use in children's learning programs in the order that they make words*
It was the (Insert what material that the letters are made of here) that hurt me, not the words.
They were made of compact sound of a person saying words
It was the sound waves that hurt me, not the words.
And the sound waves are making words
Ah, but I'm not offended by those words, and the words have no real power. Besides, words can never hurt me if I don't allow them to.
Oh, but that's an entirely different thing. That means that they can actually harm you if you let them. And what the saying suggests is that it's impossible to hurt you with words. Therefore, it's wrong
They'll never hurt me as long as I never allow them to, which I don't plan on doing. Besides, words only have as much power as you give them.
But still, you could let them hurt you. I'm not saying you will, i'm just saying you could. And the saying there suggests that it's impossible.
(I think it's important to let words affect you but not hurt you. Otherwise you will never grow as a person)
What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger, I suppose.
I do agree with you Bunny (is it fine if I call you Bunny?), words should have an effect on you, but you should never take insults to heart. One of the best ways to accomplish this is to make fun of yourself often, laugh with everyone when they make fun of you. I always accept constructive criticism but never get angry with insults.
If i was gonna take all the mean things said to me as insults, i wouldn’t exist anymore. But with my past, there’s literally no word that could hurt me
And sure, you can call me bunny