Report: Low-Five the New High-Five


CLEVELAND, Ohio – Describing it as a paradigm shift in hand-slap-based human communication, researchers at Case Western Reserve University announced today that all cultural evidence indicates that low-fives have replaced high-fives as the preferred greeting among jubilant family members, friends, teammates and coworkers. Some have expressed concern, however, that by going down low, society may soon run the risk of being too slow.



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