I’m Not Going to Be Bullied By a Girl


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What the hell? That menace who bullied me since I was six years old, actually became a pretty girl after three years of living apart? And she even ran to our agreed duel location to confess to me, hoping that I can become her boyfriend?!

This is a plot against me! There’s definitely an enormous conspiracy behind this! I won’t be fooled by you! Even if you tear up and act all pitiful, I will still disregard you and humiliate you, until you’ve have completely paid back all my childhood grievances!

What’cha lookin’at? There are very reasonable grounds for bullying a girl!

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Suzzie rated it
October 11, 2018
Status: c74
This novel might not be some people's cup of tea. Before I start, I want to let everyone know that the first 5 or so chapters can be on the rough side since it's translated by a different person who doesn't speak English as his primary language. Ok back to the review. It's mainly a slice of life novel about a dude who meets his "nemesis" after many years. When they meet again for their "fated" duel, a plot twist ruins all the years of dedication the MC had put... more>> towards defeating "him". The novel mostly focuses on the mc's day to day action towards his enemy and other girls. The novel can sometimes be annoying with its constant fillers but it's still interesting.

On a second note, I find it funny how people complain about nationalism in the first place. You're reading a novel translated from a different country and you expect it to tailor a person from the U.S? This novel was meant for Chinese people. Maybe they don't feel anything wrong with these kind of references to Americans. If you're gonna read a translated novel, you should be ready to expect some things like this and stop fking biching about it all the time. If you want to read a novel tailored towards Americans than read American novels for god damn sakes.

Edit: Guess the one bitching about racism deleted his comment... you can ignore my earlier comment now lol. <<less
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January 6, 2017
Status: c6
Grammar capable of making me cry, but its not a bad story.

MC (male) trained in order to win against a guy who bullied him when they were kids in order to take back the toys the guy stole from the MC. Three years after the last time they met, MC sends the bully a challenge letter, and when they meet up... he finds out ... more>>

bully is a girl who is confused about her gender, and in china the whole gay or trans thing doesn't work, so she wants to date MC. Turns out MC is scared of having a girlfriend, cause family, so he says no. Then she shows up in his classroom and all his classmates think he is a perverted gorilla who is bullying her.

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boomstick3000 rated it
June 9, 2018
Status: c20
The main character, who is an unreliable narrator, makes everyone fear him because he thinks being a lone wolf delinquent is cool. When cornered to actually do anything, MC is actually a pretty nice guy. The other characters have interesting personalities to match his own quirks. So far, it's been amusing.
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sinyy rated it
November 21, 2018
Status: c1360
[First time writing a review]

At the end of it all, this novel made me laugh quite a bit. There were quite a few times where I'd cried too.

Don't be misled by the "harem" tag. While the novel revolves around misunderstandings, the MC never succumbs to temptations and sticks his faith towards 2 girls. ... more>>

2 girls, his class rep and his childhood friend. He also loves his blonde little sister from a different father, but that was explained to be brotherly love


The genre starts off as a rom-com, extreme bias against America (the author is Chinese), slice-of-life, funny internal monologue, "dream scenarios", gay/les shenanigans and some irritable misunderstandings (like, the MC seriously never tries to explain himself, but that is because he wants to live his life as a "spartan"/"hot-blooded wolf" and doesn't care about the opinion of others).

And then, the antagonists and side-characters begin to form around the MC, and you begin to feel a tempo shift in the story. The antagonist is his mother, and as more darker secrets get revealed, Ye Lin (MC) begins to get caught up in all sorts of trouble. This turn of events even pulled in "super powers", political issues, spies and conspiracies

at some point in time, a "supercomputer" will be introduced and becomes a robot girl in his "harem".


While reading, there may undoubtedly be a few characters that you will despise

the trap brother of the class rep appears in 1/8 of the story

, but it makes the journey towards the ending all the more satisfying and you're left to anticipate what would happen in the next chapter.

Still, I'm rather unsatisfied with the open ending, but it deserves a pretty high score for all the life lessons and realistic motives each character has, and all of the character growth I've seen through 1, 360 chapters.


The open ending involves 8 girls (1 is bisexual, 1 is a conditioned masochistic nymph, 1 is a blood-related sister, 1 is a yandere step-sister with a gender disorder,... anyway they're all... quirky, and 1 machine-hearted 'girl' (made from a s*x doll)

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Akemua rated it
September 22, 2018
Status: c66
It's a pretty slow slice of life, meh comedy. The "tyrant" childhood friend was very tomboyish as a child, due to her mothers' martial arts training. She was worried that the MC wouldn't like her back if she wasn't more feminine and because of that, her personality and attitude changed. It has nothing to do with gender confusion/identity crisis.

The MC is honestly an idiot, in fact, he's almost retarded. He also has a trauma due to his mother and childhood. Not very bright + trauma means he overacts... more>> A LOT and in many cases is nothing but an a**hole. But other than those moments, it has its funny moments.

The plot is like the comedy, meh. It's interesting but, that's about it. Baka & Test is by far better in terms of slapstick comedy and plot. So if you liked this one, check that one out. The main differences are that Aki in Baka & Test kind of lets stuff happen to him. In this, the MC does everything he can to ensure nothing bad happens; meaning he goes on the offensive very frequently.

TL;DR: It's a pretty shallow mehkay comedy and romance. Read if you have nothing else going on.

And @Suzzie needs to learn how to chill. For f*ck's sake, there is racism in the novel. Get over yourself. <<less
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BigBadBoi rated it
August 3, 2018
Status: c44
This is a novel filled to the brim of comedy, misunderstandings, and a lot of references.

People rated the novel lowly because the starting chapters is literally a guy mtling, practising translating or something so it is understandable.

This is a comedy full of misunderstandings so definitely don't read it for the plot. You know this is top quality if the MC looks at disgust as he delivers hentai doujins to a fat middle aged man aspiring to be a great porn director wanting to buy used loli panties or a loli... more>> with an Onee (buff homosexual) as a bodyguard.

The review is a bit early in 40 chapters so I will wait and see for now.

Edit ch285: it's still funny but I am slowly losing interest. I'll still keep the 5 stars tho to bump the ratings <<less
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SteelzCloud rated it
August 8, 2019
Status: c141
Decent novel.
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Odorico rated it
July 11, 2018
Status: c1
I do not understand how anyone can like the plot of this novel, after all if it was in real life everyone would hate the main girl since she bullynou so much the MC that some things she did made me feel bad, so I do not understand why the MC basically forgives her and starts acting like a tsundere.

If you want to read this novel I recommend doing it only by comedy and not by the plot
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Shakma rated it
January 22, 2020
Status: c254
A slow slice of life comedy with fairly short chapters and constant repetitive jokes (light homophobia, constant misunderstandings, nationalism, all the things you would expect in a "comedy" Chinese novel) it isn't particularly funny or interesting but part of me does want to see what happens later in the story.
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Blazecrafter D.Kobra rated it
January 7, 2020
Status: --
I like the story ok. They are very funny

But god damn, why every CN novel want take over the world.

You said the China were the best but all of them acted like a scum.
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May 20, 2019
Status: c160
The main character is 14 years old and SEVEN FOOT TALL. Holy crap, did his mother sleep with a giraffe? That aside, the story is a cute and enjoyable slice of life which revolve a lot around misunderstandings
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