Tag: in-crowd

Sublte dehumanising practices

Imagine that you lend someone R100 which they say that they will return in two days. They return the money a day late and only give you R 95 back. The dilemma is that five percent theft is big enough for you to legitimately feel that the person does not respect you. The slips are […]

The “In” Crowd

That self-appointed exclusive group of kids called the”in-crowd” or “the popular kids” never disappear or change their mentality or tactics. They simply become expensively dressed, sophisticated and mature versions of their younger selves. Their tactics, while showing the same intent, become more elaborate and develop a veneer of finesse. They still squeal and squeak, or […]

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