Well, all the beach is gossiping about
it; and Tudor persisted in repeating the gossip to me.
What are the traits that people are gossiping about
Even if they are gossiping about
something that is truthful, it can still be harmful if it is a sensitive topic.
(11) This might seem a Renan-esque exercise in nation-building, but Gloria, in gossiping about
Ubaldino's forgetfulness, suggests instead that it is the self-serving construction, by a corrupt politician, of a one-sided history from which the underprivileged are conveniently excluded.
Also, by gossiping about
mutually interesting topics, such as dislike of a third person, ISs build friendships and a social network (Wert & Salovey, 2004).
In a sense, they have been gossiping about
Brett, and it is "rather a knock" for her to learn that Romeo has been ashamed of her in front of his friends (242).
That is, until one of the girls you have been gossiping about
Find out what people are gossiping about
and you're quite likely to find out what else drives them.
The amount of time spent gossiping about
work related issues ranged from 1 to 2 minutes per incident for some, to 90 minutes on one occasion for one respondent.
other employees is a breach of confidentiality and a violation of trust.
If you don't have much in life, gossiping about
someone makes you feel powerful and sometimes that power is wielded in an unpleasant way."
someone humanises them don't you know.
someone important makes them feel special.
Your BFF hasn't said a word to you, but she'd freak if she knew people were gossiping about
her family's personal biz.
Ironically, while her earlier gossiping damaged Darcy's public character in Meryton, her refraining from gossiping about
Wickham contributes to her sister's Lydia's disgrace.