I think it's a designated term for this kind of character. Usually they use their own money to purchase foods during lunch in a school setting for the bullies.


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Bread Shuttles. Korean. Not Japanese.


[ppang-syeoteul] Term literally meaning ‘bread shuttle.’ Usually used at school, where one student is picked on and/or bullied to do the errands for people who are in a stronger position than they are.



There's an example of this in Sumire 16-sai!!, chapter 1:


The word is パシリ (translates to "gofer" in English):

Person who is made to do things or go get things for someone else; person who runs errands; gofer​ (see also 使いっ走り)

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