Because of cyber-bullying, some Bismarck students have started their own facebook page.
But instead of negative comments, the students are sending "Bismarck Compliments" out into the universe.
Madison and Simone are two Bismarck students who know all about bullying in the cyber world.
"A facebook page called Bismarck Truths came out bashing everyone..." says Madison Yantzer/BHS Junior.
"I was hurt, I didn't want to say it hurt me, but it did." says Simone Marchus/Wachter 9th Grade.
In retaliation, they joined in on a different facebook page.
Along with Madison's cousin in Phoenix Arizona, these two girls are dishing out compliments on their facebook page.
"If we know them we'll ponder and think what we like about them and what;'S good about them, and we'll tag them in a status and tell them." says Yantzer.
Whether they know the person or not, they find something uplifting to say to people requesting a compliment.
"It was like you have changed my life, you are so inspiring, it's nice to see things are changing and I haven't lost faith in the world." says Marchus.
Their reasons for sending positivity out into the universe could brighten anyone's day.
"I just want to make people happy, like everyone deserves to be happy, sometimes people need it a little more." says Yantzer.
"Even if I just made someone happy for three minutes, I made someone happy." says Marchus.
Two friends with an idea that complement each other beautifully.
The girls say there have been some negative, but mostly positive responses.
They've gotten positive feedback everywhere from Seattle to Mexico.