"Have You Met the "Moral Principles" squad?
♣ How you can act toward them?
1. Do not walk about alone.
2. Do not listen carefully.
3. Do not show a favorable response to them.
4. Never tell them your phone number.
5. Just repeat, "I'm Sorry, I'm Sorry!"
These days, we are likely to meet people who are cultivating their moral sense on campus. They do this by wandering from place to place accosting students.
First, they look around and target you when you are walking alone and lost in thought. Then they approach you saying "Do You Know Moral Principles?" or "You have a good impression." or "I can see that you've had bad luck in your family. You have to protect against it." or "Give me a few minutes to talk with you."...
They don't stop even though you do not want to talk with them. And they puzzle and embarrass you with their stories.
Most kindhearted students who have no problems with other people cannot help being troubled by them once or twice. However, you will realize that ignoring them is the best way to deal with them.
"The best way to avoid the situation is to walk in groups, and to walk away from them," one student advised.
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