Study: No One In 40,000 Likely To Have Been This Awkward


By Shelby McRobotface

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA—According to a study published Thursday in the Journal Of Personality And Social Psychology, there is little likelihood of being this awkward in one's social circles. “Based on our data, the vast majority of people who have been in awkward situations for at least a few years are probably just going to be some other people we just met at a function,” said lead researcher Dr. Richard H. Fowler, adding that the two most common types of awkwardness in a person’s life are mutual. “Of course, it could be both ways. Maybe they’re a celebrity. Maybe they’re a person who is considered extremely awkward by others. Either way, most people are going to be face-to-face with someone who is.” Fowler went on to say that having an awkward relationship with someone who has been in that situation before is probably more of a thing than you think.

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