HOW you introduce yourself, when meeting someone new, largely depends on the setting. However, for most of us, it generally consists of sharing some basic information — maybe a description of your occupation or some information about your family.
There are times, though, when that can become somewhat awkward. Typically, that occurs when people tell you some strange personal fact that isn't really befitting of the situation.
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