Originally Posted by DarkNWorn
My awkward moments usually happened when I meet my classmates at their work place.
First, a few years ago I met a highschool classmate at a local strip club. She was skinny, a cheerleader, and a known slut. Still, seeing her on stage was really awkward as I went away for college, and she became a stripper. The thought of hitting it never crossed my mind. It wouldn't be an exaggeration to say that she slept with most of the basketball players, and a few wrestlers, football players thrown in for good measure. We had a few words, she showed be her infested cooch, then I went home.
Recently I saw a law school classmate at a local restaurant/bar place. She works there to make extra money. I know her, but we never really talk in school as she's the quiet type and I don't really hang around with the law kids much. So, I was with my gf, who's a law student, and her roommate, who's also a law student. We sat down, she saw us and came over. She said hi, I said hi back, then a good 3 seconds of silence passed. The then mumbled something and left. We didn't see her for the rest of the night. The whole thing was weird probably because both of us realized at that moment that, although we want to be nice to each other, we really know nothing about each other and furthermore have no desire to get to know each other. So, that was that.
Two of my classmates in law school danced at Mons Venus. It was well-known and they weren't shy about it. I had kind of an awkward conversation just this morning. Some new guy, Lance, at my job came around to introduce himself.
L - "Hey, I'm Lance"
R - "Hey, I'm Rodney.....are you from Cleveland?"
L - "From just outside there, yeah, how'd you know?"
R - "Your accent"
L - "People from Ohio don't have accents"
R - "Really? Then how'd I know you were from Ohio, Cleveland no less?"
L - "....Maybe because I don't have an accent?"
R - (in a subtle Cleveland accent) "Well, anyway, it was good to meet you, see ya around, Lance"