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  • Shoelaces tied together

    A form of bullying used against a person during a break or in physical education classes. It started in 1790 after the invention of shoelaces.

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  • Broken doll

    Although assault cases by girls are also known to occur, the offenders mostly target boys by accusing them of playing “girly” games. It is believed that this abuse started with the first toys.

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  • Backpack loaded with garbage

    A form of classmate humiliation, showing disrespect and threatening the privacy and personal belongings of the victim, destroying their sense of security. The first cases were noted in Lithuania during the twentieth century.

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  • School chair with writing on it

    This is a form of gossip and slander used at schools, highlighting the victim’s real or imaginary character traits and appearance, making them unacceptable or revolting. It emerged during the eighteenth century.

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  • Chewing gum in the hair

    This involves double damage: humiliation experienced after getting spit in their hair and terror experienced when cutting away the hair contaminated with chewing gum.

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  • Sweater with spilled paint

    A deliberate attack by bumping or running into a person, spilling paint on the victim “accidentally”.

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  • Gamepad

    Bullying is often directed against new players and girls in spoken form, by saying mean things to them and as part of conversations or actions, hindering or even kicking them out of the game. This appeared in the beginning of the twenty-first century with the growing popularity of online games.

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  • Items thrown in the toilet

    This is something that is common in schools. A group of people all act against one person, snatching away his belongings and destroying them, hiding them or throwing them away.

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  • Broken glasses

    This is cruelty against those with poorer vision. Wearing glasses is mocked, thus making the person feel bad. This type of bullying was already reported back in the thirteenth century.

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  • Spittoon

    The victim becomes a spittoon during class lessons and is attacked by small balls made from paper and saliva launched at them.

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  • Computer

    A form of electronic bullying, common in social networks and news portals. It appeared in the twenty-first century when the technology became part of social life.

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  • Spicy food

    An unpleasant encounter with bullies in the cafeteria when the food becomes a weapon by “spicing” it up or spilling it on the floor.

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  • Soiled school uniform

    A collective form of bullying. A group of people are cleaning their hands and pushing the victim around.

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  • Telephone

    Offenders harass the victim with evil, demeaning phone messages or threats. This method began during the twenty-first century, when mobile telephones became popular.

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  • Damaged drawing

    The victim’s talents are made fun of during bullying: mocking their talents, and making fun of or destroying things they have made.

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  • Discarded backpack

    A child’s backpack is a real treasure to them, so it is very painful when it ends up in the rubbish bin with all its cherished contents

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  • Vandalized notebook

    This is one of the forms of bullying where an offender or a group of them operates secretly. School binders, notebooks or drawing materials are damaged in order to mock, intimidate or demonstrate power.

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  • Deflated or damaged ball

    This is a form of rejection, where the group’s rejection is shown by interfering with, refusing to engage in activities, or by destroying the game equipment. Its use started in the thirteenth century.

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  • Note on the back

    An offensive trick, often disguised as a friendly gesture – it happens as a hug, a tap on the shoulder, or during a conversation. It is believed that this method of bullying appeared in schools after the invention of adhesive tape in 1930.

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  • Cutting of braided hair

    Long hair is a part of self expression. When a hairstyle is violently damaged a person feels humiliation and sadness. When the hair is cut bullies start telling ugly jokes about a persons new hairstyle and threaten that the situation shall be repeated.

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