Here we go: What is the first thing that pops into your mind when you here the word 'Wolf'? A furious beast that eats children or a wittle cwuite fuzzy little guy with big ears and eyes? The animal 'wolf' is somewhere in between those two things. But a human 'wolf' is somebody who depends on the luck of others and looks down on the smaller and weaker 'animals'. You might know them as the common bully; most of them don't have teeth that bit and claws that scratch though. Bullies (or wolves) don't have that kind of power.
Like the animal wolf, bullies depend on the downfall of another to make them stronger and try to impress future 'mates' by intimidating a threat. It never works though, in the human kingdom anyways. They can be seen with their pack of puppies, laughing and snarling at 'weaker' beings. Of course, there is a way to write the perfect 'wolf'.
Step 1: Think of the meanest and least emotional person you know.
Step 2: Add a lot of anger and neglect.
Step 3: Add a charming smile to hide true intentions.
Step 4: Find the perfect prey.
I hopes this helps with people who are writing a story about bullying.
Happy hunting! (Not literally, though, just figure of speech.)
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