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! August 5, 2011 Part of a complete breakfast January 16, 2013 Wishing You a Happy Birthday via Facebook December 3, 2018 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.