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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-24-2019, 03:38 AM Thread Starter
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Conversations turn quiet


Have you ever had the awkward feeling when a group of people is suddenly too silent when you say something? When other people of the group say something it is not noticed as much but when I say something as random as the others the whole group listens awkwardely ...Feel so weird
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Good question but No. I never had that experience before.

I wouldn't want to be in thay situation. It can be embarrassing.
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I think it happens to everyone at some point. Either we misjudge the flow of the conversation or aren't listening closely enough and

1. Interrupt with an unrelated comment.
2. Try to start a new topic that the group isn't ready for.
3. Make a point so contrary to the group's stance, they're shocked into silence.

Regardless, it happens to everyone.

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