I have to make sure I approach this topic with great care because I do not wish to insult anybody here.
Basically, I was wondering what you guys thought about adults round the ages of 21-25 who still act and behave in the same way a small child in primary school would.
Its not exactly significant as such and I am sure we have all encountered it at some point when we are either at work or university (college) and so on.
But I am almost coming to the end of my first year of BSc Psychology at University. There has been this guy in the class all year who has slowly but surely built up this reputation around him of what he refers to as "respect"?
I am an sure on how to word this, so bare with me - No prejudice remarks intended but his nationality is English, he is studying with in a Welsh university and during our lectures he looks right down on other people, now I know how some of the English feel about the welsh, but is this the case?.
This boy speaks with a tone that is definitely put on and act in the most eccentric and yet condescending way I have ever seen! (yes they both can be done by one person at one time).
He corrects teachers, he corrects students, he is very rude and always sits right at the back of the classroom with two of his friends, who by the way never say anything unless he is next to them.
He has a facebook profile, as we all do. Due to confidentiality I will not release this and certainly can assure you that he has me added as a friend so this is how I know. But he has videos of himself jumping out of a classroom window, putting his face into plant pots? Climbing a stack of highschool desk chairs and then letting himself fall to the floor, resulting in injury???
Fair be it for me to criticise, but is this normal behaviour? or am I just too mature for my age?
I will let you decide.
P.S I hope I have caused no offence or prejudiced remarks, if I have, I do apologise, but these are factors I just feel I needed to mention.