Man Still Getting Used To Feeling Awkward With Friends Who Don’t Like To Be Called Out By Name
By Elmo McRobotface
TACOMA, WA—Grudgingly accepting the increasingly accepted and accepted way in which he has become the center of attention for strangers, local man Aaron Klavinski is still getting used to feeling awkward around his friends who don’t like to be called out by name, sources confirmed Tuesday. “I’m used to being called out by guys who hate being called out by name and then being like, ‘Oh, come on,’” said Klavinski, who had previously been known to be uncomfortable around his coworkers who call him out on his lack of airheadedness. “I just try to keep it to myself and be nice to everyone, and I think that’s it. I just try to be a good guy.” At press time, Klavinski’s friends were looking on with relief as Klavinski quietly politely apologized to his colleagues for his lack of backbone and then made an effort to be more considerate of his complaints.