Feb 06, 2008 4:13 AM GMT
Humans, for the most part, are sociable beings so why is it that random conversations with random people seem so difficult? Since I went back to finish my last semester of high school a few days ago, more people than usual have decided to come and talk to me. Not being use to this treatment there never seems like there is anything to say, especially when both people despise the class that they are in, so this leads to the death of a conversation. Can't say I didn't try but it still sank like a corpse strapped to concrete shoes. What do you do to keep the conversation going when you've exhausted all of your options of talking about the area around you and asking about that person, all questions within reason of course seeing as this persons been known for all of five minutes. Just can't seem to speak correctly lately, it is quite irritating.