how is it passive-aggressive? Its outright aggressive
I was not the one that said it was "passive-aggressive." Check you source.
Possible reasoning: "Yanking a leash" may be aggressive to you; to me, "leash yanking" is the same as attacking someone from behind - pretty weak. If you yank a leash, you are most likely behind the victim. Plus, it's not as "outright" aggressive as you think - my 8 year old cousin does that.
Last edited by dlrouen; Aug 9, 2012 at 08:08 PM.
Reason: Possible reasoning
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