If the body is pulled back when the shoulders are pulled back, particularly when the person is up against the wall, this can indicate a desire to hide the body and not be seen, or otherwise defensively move it out of harm’s way.
Is this the big brave leader of the shmira mesira cop/kappo patrol?
It’s no wonder he sends his little minions, who don’t know better to do all the dirty work. Hes a sacred fat boy!
I was there,
If he was able to hide in the wall itself he would have done it.
Like a little child, when he was called a Mossier he just repeated “your a mossier”, when called a ganev he just repeated “your a ganev”, he was like a child say “I know you are but what am I?”
The only people I feel bad for, are the kids that go out there everyday doing all the dirty work for him. They are the ones doing all the messira and lashon hara etc… they are usually young, around 16-17, they are being used and taken advantage of.
Every year he has a new group of suckers/losses doing this for him. anybody with half a brain realize who they are dealing with and leave.
Some bullies are looking for attention. They might think bullying is a way to be popular or to get what they want. Most bullies are trying to make themselves feel more important. When they pick on someone else, it can make them feel big and powerful.
Some bullies come from families where everyone is angry and shouting all the time. They may think that being angry, calling names, and pushing people around is a normal way to act. Some bullies are copying what they’ve seen someone else do. Some have been bullied themselves.
Sometimes bullies know that what they are doing or saying hurts other people. But other bullies may not really know how hurtful their actions can be. Most bullies don’t understand or care about the feelings of others.
Bullies often pick on someone they think they can have power over. They might pick on kids who get upset easily or who have trouble sticking up for themselves. Getting a big reaction out of someone can make bullies feel like they have the power they want. Sometimes bullies pick on someone who is smarter than they are or different from them in some way. Sometimes bullies just pick on a kid for no reason at all.
What Happens to Bullies?
In the end, most bullies wind up in trouble. If they keep acting mean and hurtful, sooner or later they may have only a few friends left — usually other kids who are just like them. The power they wanted slips away fast. Other kids move on and leave bullies behind.