Tell me something. Let's say you're in Vas' position. You're on a double date with a girl that you just wanna be friends with, and two guys who didn't wanna date, but got cornered into doing it. Sure, there's a little satisfaction in knowing that you humiliated the two of them, but in order to do it, you're now having to go on this date, which is ultimately what Leo wanted from the start. The awkwardness of the situation spawns from Vas having to take a girl he doesn't wanna be with on a date. If you were on a date with someone you didn't really like enough to date, wouldn't things get a little awkward? Just saying. If you can think of anything that would make this situation feel comfortable, then I guess you win.
Eh, not really. I just suffer from the same condition Vas does: Excessive Monolouging Syndrome. I end up naturally writing walls of text. Also, the person who commented after me(Striffen Cloud) didn't know what I was talking about, so I decided simply to clarify. Now, considering my condition, I would think that clarification would involve a wall of text(as this comment is likely to end up). Hope this clears it up for you.
@Umbra the Bioweapon:
and here I didn't even see the comment. XD
My point was merely that it's still awkward, just in a different way to different people. I mean, if someone I'm with starts fanboying excessively about someone, both I and probably the person they're fanboying at will feel awkward. Well, I know I would, not sure about the other person but I would in their shoes, so.....
Of course this is all basing it upon my own personality and nothing else.
This is true. However, I was originally stating that Vas was getting a break from his own awkward situation because of this new one. He's not gonna get that long of a break though, by the time the night is over, Vas will have had his fair share of awkward. You did get it spot on about the person being fanboy'd feeling awkward; I know anyone would feel that way.