'Social Networking In Real Life' Proves How Weird Society Is Becoming: Watch

When you take online habits offline, it gets awkward fast.

Social media is becoming ever more entrenched in our daily lives. Think about it, did you watch the State of the Union last night, or did you watch the State of the Union tweets?

And yet, real-life encounters still require different social skills and behavioral cues than web interactions, or else you'll seem totally bizarre. Case in point: Comedian Jena Kingsley recently set out to answer the question, "Do the things we do online make sense in real life?"

Watch as Jena hits the streets of New York City, eager to poke and endorse unsuspecting commuters, share and comment on experiences, and meet new people through first-degree connections:

Turns out endorsing is just as useless in real life!