So you’re sitting in class half-heartedly working on the Sudoku while wondering if your T.A would trade a passing grade for sex, and then it happens: The person sitting next to you moves their foot and it touches yours. Not on purpose, but still, the two feet are touching. Awkward, but what now? Do you a) pull your foot back immediately, embarrassing the other person and causing both of you to squirm uncomfortably for the rest of class or b) leave your foot there, pretending not to have noticed, until a few tense minutes have passed and you can casually cross your legs and act like it never happened. Don’t act like you don’t know what I’m talking about.
Tuesday’s Forecast: The ‘human goes with c) stop going to class in order to avoid weird situations.