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- My first day at school was sad. Children mocked me because I was the only one in class that didn't have a father. Then they started beating me. And they were beating me until I started hitting back. It ended up when I hit the toughest boy with a cup for water. We cried and we became friends - Kosor wrote.
Moj prvi dan u školi bio je tužan. Djeca su mi se rugala zato što jedina u razredu nisam imala oca. Onda su me počeli tući. I tukli su sve dok nisam počela vraćati. Završilo je kad sam najgrubljeg dečka lupila šalicom za vodu. Plakali smo i postali prijatelji
— Jadranka Kosor (@_Jadranka_Kosor) September 3, 2018
- The times changed, that is true. But the children, unfortunately, still recognize differences. And they are often cruel - she adds in the comments.
Jadranka published a photo from her childhood in July 2016 on Twitter, from a swimming pool in Lipik.
Ovako se ljetovalo u Lipiku, na bazenu. Curica s mašnom sam ja, mala. Crnka iza je moja mama. I prijatelji. I palme. pic.twitter.com/i2c2jwveSx
— Jadranka Kosor (@_Jadranka_Kosor) July 13, 2016
- This is how we used to spend summers in Lipik, at a swimming pool. Little girl with a ribbon is me, the little one. The black-haired woman behind me is my mother. And my friends. And palm trees - she wrote.
(Telegraf.co.uk / index.hr)