Representational Photo
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We all love pulling pranks on our friends. The thrill of getting a hilarious reaction out of our friends is worth it, right? However, there's a thin line between fun and bullying.

While teasing your friends and pulling harmless pranks can be fun, one ought to take care that it should not hurt the other person physically and/or mentally. Serving one such reminder, a tweet is going viral.

A Twitter account that goes by the username 'sloth' made a tweet wherein they described an incident when they made a friend cry by serving them chicken on a Tuesday and lying initially that it was paneer. They recalled the friend calling it 'bullying' as 'good times'. They further added that bullying vegans and vegetarians is valid.

The tweet went viral earning a lot of criticism from Twitterati who opined that bullying someone is nothing worth boasting about.

Many people retweeted the tweet and said that violating someone's boundaries is bullying and can never be justified. Some people even described that if someone were to bully them like this, what action they would take (and the answers are not positive).

Here's how people are reacting. Have a look.

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