Shaming or making fun of someone
can never be constructive because it would hurt the person a lot, instead of doing any good.
On our Facebook page, Travis Lee said: "I don't care who you are or what team you play for - making fun of someone
with any kind of disease is just sickening.
In one post, Mill can be seen happily pointing toward the camera as though he's making fun of someone
Results indicate that the most frequently occurring acts of deviance are: loosing temper while at work, saying something hurtful to others and making fun of someone
I feel ashamed making fun of someone
I do not know.
Now, it's used to talk about making fun of someone
or playfully misleading him or her.
If you're making fun of someone
else and laughing at them or pointing out their weaknesses, then you are shying away from you as a person.
There was a worry that it might be construed as making fun of someone
with a disability.
They can write whatever they want," *Anton, a seventh-grader from New Jersey, tells JS, "and they get the pleasure of making fun of someone
in front of the whole school, because everyone can--and will--see those comments [online] anytime they want.
Making fun of someone
with a disability, or of a different nationality, or of a different language, for the mere sake of laughter should have no place in respectable media.
There's a fine line between making fun of someone
in a light-hearted, affectionate way and making really cutting comments, though - and with Sharon's show, some of the insults seemed to hit home.
Someone will start making fun of someone
else, then there will be sarcasm and giggling, and finger-pointing and pot-stirring.
A GARDA filmed making fun of someone
who called the station is being investigated.
Microsoft announces new e-mail software, "Caution, Carlson," which, before a user sends an e-mail, brings up a dialogue box saying: "Are you absolutely sure you want to send this, because if you're making fun of someone
and you accidentally send it to the person you're making fun of, you could get in really big trouble?
If it's not sensational or tantalizing or making fun of someone
, it seldom gets into the news.