High Five or Fist Bump?edwincovSeptember 11, 2012Uncategorized11 Comments (Credit to the artist)How do you like to greet people? Hug, handshake, nod, smile, kiss, fist bump, high five..?Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Tags: awkward, cartoons, humor, humour, life, peopleContinue ReadingPrevious PostKaraoke is Japanese for 'Empty Orchestra'Next PostThe Art of the Silent Fart You Might Also Like Hello world! April 7, 2011 When you’re the only one crossing the street and everyone is looking at you January 4, 2019 When a person falls asleep next to you on the bus June 25, 2012 This Post Has 11 Comments Lilee 11 Sep 2012 Reply Hug! Unless it’s a stranger, then it’s a nod. Lilee 11 Sep 2012 Reply Not to mention, aren’t high-fives usually congratulatory? Wouldn’t that be kind of an awkward hello anyway? Hi! Hi! (High-Five) Congrats dude on seeing me today! :-/ Edwin 11 Sep 2012 Reply “Congrats dude on seeing me today!” haha that’s exactly what it is!I love your input, Lilee! 🙂 Lilee 11 Sep 2012 Reply I love my input too! Digital high-five to you. Congrats dude on reading my comments today! Viciously Sweet 11 Sep 2012 Reply Um. Well I smile at almost everyone… and that gets me in trouble. I’m usually an awkward greeting hugger… and people I don’t want to hug I usually just grab a bunch of bulky things so I don’t have to hug them at all! Meghna N 12 Sep 2012 Reply I grin. Hello Edwin! 😀 Lorna's Voice 13 Sep 2012 Reply That would be my solution–hermits never have these dilemmas! mj monaghan 21 Sep 2012 Reply High five or fist bump only in congratulatory situations. 😀 eccentricpoet 26 Sep 2012 Reply What if your name is Barack Obama? Do you high 5 or fist bump the president? renxkyoko 29 Sep 2012 Reply Depends on how close I am to the person….. I nod and smile. critters and crayons (@critterscrayons) 12 Oct 2012 Reply Edwin- That is me- normally I go to shake a hand and the person turns around or something or I high five and the person is distracted so I awkwardly keep my hand up until they turn around and more awkwardly say with a nervous laugh, “You left my high-five hanging.” This results in either a forced and highly awkward high-five or the person doesn’t do it all and THAT is the MOST awkward of all. haha!Leave a Reply Cancel reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.