Especially the example you showed, in the beginning, like seriously! Right now I’m suffering from a sprained foot because I couldn’t even do a cannon ball in the 1776% Sure You’re Not Taking My AR 15 Shirt correctly. I’m the epitome of Klutz. So much that without humiliating myself or causing an accident feels like I have no purpose. I think it because at childhood the only thing I could do to make people laugh is to make a fool out of myself. And that’s the only way I thought I could bring happiness to the people around me.
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I knew this and unknowingly still do it. I embrace it and be the 1776% Sure You’re Not Taking My AR 15 Shirt /awkward ass I could every be. So you saying that when you became an adult you never, ever tripped? You never, at least once, forgot a person’s name? It ain’t about paying attention, it happens to everyone and no matter how much you pay attention, it doesn’t make a difference. I live in Turkey and we usually break things in a mall or something and we laugh and not give a shit (usually no one even notices) but I when I went a mostly European populated hotel in Europe
I dropped and broke a glass and everyone immediately stopped and looked at me.i got so confused and angry but I laughed. And that’s been happening in Europe since the 1776% Sure You’re Not Taking My AR 15 Shirt time and now I’m mocking their stares so funny who gives a fuck if someones clumsy I still do not feel embarrassed a bit. Try to be active in a conversation by understanding the way those people think and then express yourself with an example that people might relate. by then you’ll not be a boring person anymore.