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The happy slapping craze is now a nationwide phenomenon. But as it's moved from London to the home counties to the north of England,

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Introduction

The germans have a word for taking pleasure in someone elses misery its called schardenfoirde. It soudnlike some weird psychological theory. The basic translation means to laugh at someone elses misfortune. . We all do it, people are always secretly happy when something goes wrong for someone else because they're glad its not happening to them. Like in you've been framed, when a man slips on wet concrete much to the delight of the audience. ...read more.

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He's just got amazing A'level results and was on the bus just minding his own business when he got a brick to the back of the head and died. They caught the guys who murdered him, in their defence, the guys said it wasn't murder, it was just happy slapping. To them it was just pure entertainment. That's what happy slappers do, they go around and slap, smack, set fire to people while videoing it so they can watch it and be entertained later. ...read more.

Conclusion

Leonard Cohen sang 'iv seen the future, brother: it is murder. And with happy slapping becoming more and more violent and universal he may not have been that wrong. So be careful when your out and about doing your christmas shoping or even just sitting on the bus, plaese just be vigilant and aware of whats going on around you. ...read more.

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