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  • The problem of children bullying each other is not new. Most of us have encountered a bully at some point in our lives. Usually parents worry about their child becoming the victim to a bully in school. It is often quite a surprise for parents to find out that their child is the one doing the bullying. As upsetting as it is to discover this behavior, you must stay calm. To successfully help your child, you must go about resolving the problem the appropriate way.Luckily, after reading articles online, I found a perfect solution that has been working perfectly for your son and the rest of the family.#SafekidZone, Check out here: http://bit.ly/ZjYchC
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  • 1. The Bully Chain
  • 2. The Bully Chain Inspiration
  • 3. The Bully Chain
  • 4. The Bully Chain Reporters
  • 5. The Bully Chain Bullfighter
  • 6. The Bully Chain Officer
  • 7. The Bully Chain
    • Bill and Ben:
    • Actor’s own blue jeans or khaki/cargo pants, belt, shoes.
    • We will supply a uniform-type work shirt with patches, baseball hat, and t-shirt
    • We will also supply costumes for additional characters played by them-i.e. matador hat/cape, police shirt/cap, reporter costume (these will be minimal “icon” pieces)
  • 8. The Bully Chain Bullies-Urban Research
  • 9. The Bully Chain Bullies-in reality the dress is quite simple
  • 10. The Bully Chain
    • Willord and Gagan:
    • Willord’s costume will have urban influences (sagger, oversized jersey, t-shirt, etc.)
    • Gagan’s is less so (the “Millionaire” t-shirt could even work with a hoodie or unbuttoned shirt over it)
  • 11. The Bully Chain Dominic and Jose
  • 12. The Bully Chain
    • Dominic and Jose:
    • Dominic is an emo/artist alternative character
    • Jose could go more traditionally awkward (subtle plaid shirt, skinny jeans to emphasize his frame)
  • 13. The Bully Chain Girls-Cool Cats (minus high heels, not too elegant, a bit more urban)
  • 14. The Bully Chain American Eagle http://www.ae.com/web/browse/w_wardrobe.jsp?catId=cat2940002 Girls-Cool Cats
    • Please click on the above web page for several ideas of how to style these characters (the images could not be copied from the site)
  • 15. The Bully Chain
    • Cool Cats:
    • Donna-the most fashionable/accessorized
    • Crystal-see A&E research
    • Kitty-see A&E research
    • Ashia-perhaps a puffer/bomber jacket
    • Annie-simpler clothes, no labels, dull colors
    • We may use plaid as a common element (different fabrics and used sparingly) to unify these characters except for Annie
    • Other options include variations on a school uniform, and perhaps pj’s for the cyber bullying scene
  • 16. The Bully Chain Terry the Tattle-tale
  • 17. The Bully Chain
    • Terry the Tattler:
    • Plaid skirt, argyle sweater vest
    • Pig tails and horn rimmed glasses
    • A deconstructed school uniform could also work
  • 18. The Bully Chain Robot-we will build
  • 19. The Bully Chain
    • Teacher:
    • Simple oxford/turtleneck and blazer with khaki pants or skirt depending on gender
    • Glasses, perhaps?
  • 20. The Bully Chain Additional Research-a la Hollywood
  • 21. The Bully Chain Additional Research-Real Students
  • 22. The Bully Chain