I didn't get made bullied too much growing up, oddly. Probably because I had some sort of ominous aura to people who didn't know me.
But I recall ending a friendship with a girl once because we were becoming very different people (she started underage drinking and stopped coming to school). One time during lunch break I caught her and one of her new friends giggling at me, and upon confronting them they insulted my wide nose. What's funny looking back is that my old friend was the same race as myself and thus had a very similar nose and her new friend was obese, yet it gave me quite a hangup for years.
Just recently at university I caught two female classmates talking about me and laughing while looking at me. They also did this to a chubby girl, though in my case I believe it's because I dress oddly. Strange how what would have given me a complex in the past seems so childish now. It's just regressive how they feel the need to act like that towards others.>>28563
I'm sorry about this anon, I recall some classmates acting similarly to a boy with this issue in late grade school.
Like you said it's at least for the best that you never had fake friends because of it. The same classmates tried to include him later on in high school but he only stayed with his couple of friends he'd always had.