Don't Be Rude

By: Aubreigh Cartwright and Delia Gammon


rude (ro͞od/)


adjective: rude; comparative adjective: ruder; superlative adjective: rudest

1. offensively impolite or ill-mannered.

"she had been rude to her boss"

Synonyms: ill-mannered, bad-mannered, impolite, discourteous, uncivil, ill-behaved, unmannerly, mannerless

Why people are rude. The history.

People have always been rude. There's no specific time when people decided to just start being rude to each other. There are many reason why people act unkindly towards one another but they are still no excuse for their actions. Sometimes people's parents can effect how they act and when they see their parents being rude they think it is okay for them to act like that too. Another reason is because they were raised in a poor environment and their families didn't care for them. One of the biggest reasons why people are rude is because of media. People can be rude because they are jealous of the people they see on social media or because the television shows they watch reflect bad behavior.

Laws Against being rude


North Carolina: School Violence Prevention. § 115C-407.15. Bullying and harassing behavior. (a) As used in this Article, "bullying or harassing behavior" is any pattern of gestures or written, electronic, or verbal communications, or any physical act or any threatening communication, that takes place on school property, at any school-sponsored function, or on a school bus