'There's nothing I love more than those everyday common instances of awkwardity in public situations, so much so that I go to great lengths to artificially create them. My personal favorite is when someone's either turning a corner or walking out of a building and you cross paths and it you both have to endure that dreadful side shuffle movements where you both try to pass each other at the same time. Typically in this scenario when someone's directly in front of you, their first instinct is to pass on your right, and it's at this moment that I strike; I intentionally pass on the right so they have to draw their foot back and prepare to go to the left(it's at this point I think to myself "checkmate, bitch!"), then I suddenly like slide shuffle, with the quickness of the wind, over to their left. It's at this point they see that I've land locked them, and like two gazelle's ramming heads, I've established myself as the alpha, and now they're sitting there waiting for me to make the leading move. Well, I don't. I just sit there and let them suffer in my seeming indecisiveness.
After about 20 seconds, the discomfort sets in, and like a caged animal that knows it's fate only lies in the hand of the executioner, they begin to panic and start frantically shuffling their feet, to which I respond by pivoting left to right with equal speed and beginning this unspoken game of DDR: The awkwardness edition between us. Usually at this point my emotions kick in and I let decide to let them go free, whereas other times their reaction is so amusing that I decide to make them suffer a little bit more and keep going.
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