The Cringiest Girl in Existence Goes Full Weeaboo on Korean Guy, Calls Him Japanese and Gay

The Cringiest Girl in Existence Goes Full Weeaboo on Korean Guy, Calls Him Japanese and Gay

March 26, 2018
A bizarre conversation on Facebook has been making the rounds in the reddit community with over 9000 upvotes since being uploaded 8 days ago.
The post detailed an incident in which a girl stalked two guy friends, thinking they were gay. For some reason, she thought that it would be entirely appropriate to confront one of them about this, and greet him in the most cringeworthy way possible.
First, she assumed the person she stalked was Japanese simply because he was Asian and speaks Japanese.
Then it gets REALLY — and we mean REALLY — awkward.
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After that, the dumpsterfire of a conversation pretty much starts imploding in on itself like a neutron star of cringe…
…leaving the person with no choice but to block the girl from ever contacting him again.
Redditors weighed in on the situation with comments of their own.
Now if you’ll excuse us, we have to scream for a thousand years and roll away into the sunset due to all the secondhand embarrassment we just experienced.
Images via Reddit / TickleMyNippleForAPickle
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