5 Super Awkward WFH Moments You’ve Probably Experienced
We all may have experienced awkward moments at school/college or the workplace. Things like waving back to a person who was only waving to someone behind you, or having to run towards an elevator door because your boss is holding it for you, across the hall.
These moments are inevitable and generally attract people who are already confused or introverted.
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