High Five

A high five is a gesture of acknowledgment and celebration. You need a minimum of two people and something to celebrate. Let’s pretend your stupid brother finally got his driver’s license after the fourth attempt. You would say something like “High five” or “Gimme five” and then the two of you slap your palms together. Remember that it’s a celebratory gesture. It has to be earned. You can’t go around high fiving everybody all the time. I had a coworker who would high five everyone and everybody for no reason. It was awkward. He was awkward. He got fired and moved back to his hometown. Nobody misses him. And it’s all because he didn’t know the proper high five etiquette. High fives are easy. You just have to know when to apply them. Don’t be a constant high-fiver, don’t be that guy.

Critically Rated at 14/17

Written, Rated, and Reviewed by Brendan H. Young

 

 

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