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Teachers are cracking down on the trend, which pupils have picked up from programmes such as The Inbetweeners and Bad Education to mask 'appalling behaviour'.

In a blog on the Times Educational Supplement website, he said: 'If I catch someone stealing another student's pencil case, calling a fellow pupil a derogatory name or thumping them, nine times out of ten I'll be met with, "Siiiiir, it's just bantaaaaaaaah".

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Mr Stuchbery, who teaches "Buy Cheap Jintropin Online" at Lynn Grove High School in Great Yarmouth, Norfolk, said the cruel, modern banter had taken over from what was traditionally good humoured wordplay.

He added: 'Banter is everywhere. Chuck "banter" into Facebook and you'll get hundreds of pages dedicated to ripping a person, group or organisation to shreds. Through repetition and the magic of social media, banter has become an acceptable, friendlier sounding term for bullying.

'It attempts to mask appalling behaviour under the guise of some ancient, noble, peculiarly British tradition.'

He said banter was also 'loathsome because it shifts the blame to the victim', adding: 'It is classic victim blaming. "It's just banter" makes it seem as if the problem rests with the person who has suffered the insult.'

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In his blog post, Mr Stuchbery vowed to tell his students that 'banter' can no longer be used to excuse bullying.

He said: 'I'm going to look my students in the eye and ask them point blank, "Why did you do it? Why did you steal his pencil case? Why did you thump her? Give me a solid reason".'

He was backed by Dan Roberts, deputy head of Devonport High School for Boys in Plymouth, who said: 'People use banter as a means of excusing their behaviour. If someone asks you to stop and you carry on, that isn't banter.'

Carrie Herbert, founder of the Red Balloon Learner Centre Group, which helps victims of bullying, added: 'It is used to mask really unpleasant, hurtful behaviour, as if it is just a joke.'

The term was used to describe allegedly 'sexist, racist and homophobic' texts between former Cardiff City manager Malky Mackay and head of recruitment Iain Moody.

The League Managers Association provoked fury by calling the texts 'friendly banter'. But former England player Stan Collymore said this "buy cheap jintropin online" response was 'casual racism'.