No, you ask!edwincovJanuary 11, 2013Uncategorized12 CommentsShare 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, food, humor, humour, life, randomContinue ReadingPrevious PostBecoming a VerbNext Post140. Throwing away a pizza box You Might Also Like Nothing ever goes away until it teaches us what we need to know June 21, 2013 149. When you can't seem to pronounce something December 3, 2018 iPhone's New Politically Correct Emoji Awkwardness April 20, 2015 This Post Has 12 Comments anonymousy 11 Jan 2013 Reply You should never be afraid to ask for hot sauce! 😉 Edwin 11 Jan 2013 Reply Agreed 🙂 smilecalm 11 Jan 2013 Reply For true hotties, they never leave home without it! Edwin 11 Jan 2013 Reply They should make hot sauce holsters smilecalm 11 Jan 2013 Reply Good idea! I use a metal cylinder sold for nitroglycerin heart pills. Sandi Ormsby 11 Jan 2013 Reply that would be rad! Mine would have to be big enough for the Rooster sauce. I forgot the true name of it, but it has the Rooster on the front and everyone knows what it is… Edwin 11 Jan 2013 Reply Sriracha?!?!!!! Hahaha my friends call it chicken sauce, your guess is closer :p rebecca2000 11 Jan 2013 Reply lol this is how my husband and I are. Edwin 11 Jan 2013 Reply Hahaha! Happens every single time. Sandi Ormsby 11 Jan 2013 Reply Well, it is a little awkward if you want to ask someone how they lost their leg, or why they limp. that’s what kids are for, they ask whatever is on their mind (and we act appalled, but meanwhile are curious ourselves- yeah, why do you wear an eye patch?) Edwin 11 Jan 2013 Reply Kids are awesome for that haha.And that’s a good idea for a future blog post! Thanks lameadventures 13 Jan 2013 Reply Here in New York, we’re not shy about asking for anything, but often the hot sauce is already on the table.Leave a Reply Cancel reply Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.