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LSE watch people and they watch their behavior intently, carefully,
So, the story goes, we were having a family get together to say goodbye to my 80+ year old aunt, who returned to Lebanon and one of my cousins, who is Xenophobic and is extremely "himself" focused showed up with his family, drank a bit much and started getting offensive and rude; my LSE cousin comes up to me and says "get up and dance" in a very directive "that's what you do now" way. I think nothing of her call to behave and do as such because she's like this and I LOVE it, so I get up and dance, but there's something fishy in her eyes and I just look at her. I look at her and wonder what is going on. I made a facial gesture "what's up?" look. She tells me quietly, "he didn't even say goodbye to his aunt; he needs to be the center of attention so he's disapproving of us dancing and is getting rude." I hadn't noticed all this go on. She was pretty much saying "you act and do this here." Got it? got it...
Do you have examples of this with LSE?