Observing Guide Trini
I had to think about this one JB because to observe suspicious behaviour you may need to stare: for example, if a person in a book store behaves strangely, the owner would need to observe him very closely (stare) to ensure nothing is stolen. But I remember my mother always impressed upon me that it is impolite to stare at someone.
Ok, how about, if you are observing a person, it is not necessary to follow him/her around or come up very close to the individual, making him or her feel uncomfortable because you are invading their "space."
Edited: Geenie on 9th Oct, 2009 - 1:29am