By Lianna Ketcham and Kaylee Luchansky, Website editors
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“This one time I waved to my friend and a tampon came flying out of her sleeve at my face when she waved back. That was awkward.”
“Being a klutz, I often find myself face to face with awkwardness. I can never hold on to anything handed to me. Since I’m throwing all of my flaws out there, I might as well mention I’m a gum addict. I can’t even count how many times I’ve bothered somebody for a piece of gum only to unwrap it and drop it on the ground. To make it worse, I usually end up stepping on it. To all of the pieces of gum I’ve murdered, I’m sorry.”
“I don’t know if it’s happened to anyone else, but there’s always that awkward occurrence of accidentally caressing a teachers hand as you’re walking down the hallway. That’s always super awkward, like I wasn’t trying to grab your hand; it just happened; please don’t fail me on my next test.”