Ever go to high five someone only to realize it’s never going to happen. Your joyous occasion has fleeted because your attempt to seal the deal turned sour. The most recent caught on camera diss was from Mark Wahlberg to Patriot’s Owner Robert Kraft.
Kraft was trying to celebrate Rob Gronkowski’s second quarter touchdown with Walhberg but the actor was to engulfed in the moment to notice Kraft’s shoulder tap or see his high five.
A situation we can all relate to. Once the moment has past it may be funny, but those long seconds that your five fingers are suspended in the air without contact are crushing. If you’ve had this happened to you, too many times than you want to remember, check out the thoughts we all have after getting rejected of our high five attempt.
“So [insert person’s name] is going to ignore my hand in mid air?”
“I’m going to give them another second, maybe he/she didn’t notice my huge palm”
“Damn it, they still haven’t noticed my hand?”
“Wow, now this is embarrassing.”
“Is anyone watching this epic fail happening? I hope not”
“Why did I ever decided to high five [insert person’s name]”
“How can I make this appear better than it feels”
“Maybe I can high-five myself to make light of the situation…nope it is still embarrassing”
“Just don’t make any eye contact with anyone and put your hand down slowly BUT try to look as cool as possible.”
“Did anyone notice? I hope no one noticed”
“Yup someone definitely notice, let’s hope he/she doesn’t say anything”
“Whew, I’m never doing that again”