and I was like seriously??
I was kind of taken aback and then this morning I saw it in action. We were walking on the sidewalk in front of the school and a group of maybe 6 or 7 kids came toward us. We were on the right. Instead of saying hey,there are people coming towards me,we should walk single file,they just walked right into us! We ended up having to walk in the wet,snowy,muddy grass to get around them.They acted like we were invisible.
I mentioned this to my son's teacher and she said yeah,they do this all the time in the halls. They just walk like everyone else doesn't exist. They also will drop something,and there it lies. Paper or a pencil fell out of my locker,eh,just let it lay there. She said that every single afternoon,the halls look like a tornado went through. They used to have a medium size box for lost and found,and now have 3 giant rain barrels for all the stuff left behind daily. Apparently they will lose something,and just shrug it off and ask for a replacement.
Are you seeing this as well in the age group of 11-19?
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