Ok, if you're in the middle of the table, there is no excuse for being out of the conversation
@Thinlizzy, that's actually pretty douchey since they're straight up ignoring you
@Thinlizzy, yeah, you would have to be pretty antisocial if you are in the middle and not in one of the conversations.
@wulfzen, this confirms that what I seriously related to, others considered a joke.
@Thinlizzy, RIGHTTTTTT!!!!! I alwayss sit in the middle if I go out with a big group of friends. It's never ending conversation instead of sitting on the end contemplating if your friends secretly hate you
@wulfzen, Or they just completely ignore you and talk about events/things/people you don't know about anyways.
That's just me anywhere
@CreateUser Failed, this has been me since middle school.
Answer depends on if you are being a kissy type with a bunch of huggers or a defensive type with a bunch of offensive people.
Little did we know that the person who drew this did so on a napkin at a bar while it happened
Yea, my group of friends talk to a random spot on the table too.
This is me going out with family.
I hate it when you're with a group of friends at the bar and they're all talking about old highschool stories and stuff that you don't know anything about
Could it be because your head is shaped like an "X"?
Just talk to urself. That's sure to get attention
Have you tried the other 4 seats?