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    Hello!!! My name is Sara and I am currently studying psychology for A level. Recently, I was asked to do a 'Banter-experiment' - a bit of a strange task if you ask me, to see how 'banter' influences everyday school life. So go ahead...share any experiences of 'banter' that you have had over the past few years and don't forget the detail!
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    (Original post by Geo-life)
    Hello!!! My name is Sara and I am currently studying psychology for A level. Recently, I was asked to do a 'Banter-experiment' - a bit of a strange task if you ask me, to see how 'banter' influences everyday school life. So go ahead...share any experiences of 'banter' that you have had over the past few years and don't forget the detail!
    Banter was a very popular word in my first year of uni, specifically in my accommodation. There was one guy that, not only did people not like him, a few disliked him, but anyway he had some friends in the house who he messed around with and played it off as 'banter'. This included one day when one such friend forgot his pass and was locked out of the accommodation, he kept them waiting there for 30-40 mins and had to go out himself, so instead of going out the door and letting the other guy in, he climbed out the kitchen window to avoid letting the other guy in, and I guess that's banter for you. The other main thing was to put shaving foam on the same person's mirror, which is a nightmare to get off.
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    So, banter has transitioned from the verbal to the physical realm.
 
 
 
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