I have a friend named Noel and after every statement, he likes to throw the word ‘son’ at the end. He compared it to a samurai wiping the blood off his blade after he chopped someone’s head off. Therefore, try to use ‘son’ at some point in the week. Proper usage would be ‘you tripped over my NES cord when I was about to defeat Dr. Wiley in Mega Man 2 and yanked the controller out of the console, son.’ At which point, a fist fight would ensue and someone will eventually be placed in timeout for the rest of the day.
Things could get pretty awkward back in those days, but it still pales in comparison to the amount of awkwardness we’ve seen in the entire MMA industry. Fortunately for you, MMADigest made a video of the 25 most awkward moments in MMA history, and it’s pretty damn accurate.