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The 7 Most ‘Awkward’ Crowdsourced Websites

“Awkward” has pretty much become a replacement for the word “uncomfortable,” single-handedly conveying all of the speechlessness, disturbance, annoyance, uneasiness, and embarrassment that young people endure each day.

So it comes as no surprise that this mutually understood (and now welcomed) awkwardness has found its way onto web pages as a resource to connect people. Rather than emphasize the gripes of dealing with unanticipated situations, these contributors and readers highlight the entertainment value to their uncomfortable social circumstances.

Here, the seven best sites that embrace the world’s awkwardness:

7. Awkward Band Photos: Posing for a picture with your musical group – whether for an album cover, poster, or other feature – can prove more difficult than you’d expect when you factor in that musicians have their own senses of style and looks.

6. Awkward Facebook: People share a good deal of their personal information and thoughts on Facebook, but sometimes you have to wonder if they thought their comments through before posting.

5. Awkward Workplace Photos: Some jobs put you in more precarious positions than others. The site lets you vote on the level of awkwardness that the people in these images share as a result of their professional pursuits.

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