All of us have been there. You're enjoying your chicken wings, and out of the blue, you decide to share with your friend.
You like someone, and you finally work up the nerve to ask them out. But your offer is about as clear as a foggy windshield.
Imagine that you come to a four-way stop and another car starts the "No, you go first" routine.
You might think it's nice to apologize for every little mistake, but it can make others feel like they're always at fault.
It might seem like a fun way to connect with friends on social media to tag them in every joke or post.
Self-deprecation may seem like a funny way to show humility, but it can be unpleasant for others. To offset your self-criticism, they may comfort or commend you.
Backseat drivers who give directions and tips without being asked can be annoying to the person driving. Keep those "helpful" directions to yourself unless asked.
Even though being on time is usually welcomed, showing up too early for an event can put the host under too much pressure.