Sunday, February 20, 2011

So awkward

The intensity of my awkwardness is often overpowering.
I'm not even kidding.

I ask the wrong questions at the wrong time, whatever tact I have is usually out sick, and I'm pretty sure the weird faces I make when people talk to me don't help my case.

Despite my shortcomings people usually think I'm funny and generally tend to like me.
Personally I think this reflects upon the society that we live in and the drive to have that "novelty friend" who makes art out of discarded materials whilst rapping and singing Gwen Stefani and Ke$ha songs.
But what's my point?
I don't have one. While I was out walking my dog I met someone who promptly told me I was the weirdest person they had ever met and then gave me a high five.


  1. Aren't random-stranger high fives the best?

    I really like your blog!

  2. Awkward fives!
    Ah I miss everytime.

  3. When random strangers tell you how awesome you are, I'm pretty sure that is an extremely wonderful accomplishment there. Yes, in my book weird = awesome. :)

  4. Don't worry I do the same things too but that high five experience must've been interesting.