These 30 Mistakes Are Accidentally Making You Come Across As Socially Awkward

20. You always want to be the center of attention

“Not recognizing physical queues that someone is not interested in the conversation / wants to be somewhere else

Misunderstanding someone because they cut them off mid-sentence

Always trying to be the center of a group conversation

Generally, treating other people like they’re just NPCs in your own personal world.” — TedTheViking

21. Your humor is too dark

“Try not to be edgy in a group of strangers. You have no idea if they’ll laugh at your dark humor, think you’re a jerk, or be reminded of something traumatic that happened to them. There’s a difference between ‘obsessing about being liked’ and  ‘being mindful of whether you might hurt someone or make them uncomfortable.'” — BrightestHeart

22. You don’t know when to leave a conversation

“Not leaving a situation when the time is right. The secret to life is always knowing when to leave. I know everyone has experienced this to some degree, but don’t be the last one at a party. Don’t hang around the fringes of a conversation when you have nothing left to say. It makes you seem more confident when you know when to leave and not quite so clingy or awkward.” — brickwallwaterfall

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