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The internet is a scary place. There's a lot of crazy stuff out there and not all of it is good. Even scarier? Middle school! I hated middle school. I wasn't the hip, cool video game journalist I am now. Of course, even if I was, I'd probably still get picked on. Remember when people made fun of you for liking Pokémon?! Horrifying.

This clip has been making the rounds and while it does represent the horrifying nature of middle school (little shits picking on nice kids), it lets us know that 6th, 7th, and 8th graders still have hope in the form of incredible Street Fighter moves.

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