7 Reasons Not To “Turn And Greet Your Neighbor”

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  1. Kelsey Wakefield says:

    How about when you have a large auditorium that’s about half full and you don’t have anyone really close to you? You end of doing the slow jog of courtesy to the next aisle over to shake someone’s hand.

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