Moral Dillema Sarcastic Friend

Moral Dillema Sarcastic Friend

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  • It is the first day of school at Larchmont High School. Rick, Kennedy, Sally, and Todd are all gathered on the school bus. However, Rick is going through personal at-home issues and chooses to take them out on those surrounding him.
  • Rick does not like Sally. He choses to insult her appearance, making him the bully.
  • Rick yells out loud: WHY IS SHE EVEN TALKING TO YOU? SHE'S SO ANNOYING AND HER OUTFIT LOOKS LIKE TRASH.
  • At the end of the bus ride, Kennedy makes friends with Sally, while Rick and Todd are left alone.
  • Kennedy: Hi! I'm Kennedy and I'm a new student at Larchmont High School. How was your summer?Sally: Hey! I'm Sally. Nice to meet you, and my summer was awesome!
  • Sally: Well that was rude. I could say more about you, but I won't because it's not the right thing to do.Rick: It's true. Your outfit looks disgusting.
  • *thinks: Should I speak up for Sally or avoid confrontation?
  • As the argument begins to rise, Kennedy ponders on which decision to make. She knows if she speaks up, she may be involved with the argument.
  • *chuckles at the jokes Rick makes and says, That was a good one Rick.
  • Making the right decision, Kennedy choses to speak up for Sally. It was a hard choice for her because it resulted in a bit of confrontation. In result, she made her new friend Sally feel better and stopped the argument between her and Rick. Ever since this occasion, Kennedy learned to speak up for what is right no matter what. Learning from this experience, she wouldn't do anything differently because she enjoys standing up for herself, as well as people around her.
  • Stop telling me what to do!
  • Please, stop RIck. That is bullying. Sally is a nice person and doesn't deserve the treatment you just gave her.
  • Sally: Thanks for standing up for me! I feel a lot better. Want to be friends?Kennedy: Of course!
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