So it's clear to me that people always go about handshakes in different ways. Wherever I go, no one seems to do one with a firm grip and shake, but rather instead go entirely limp in their arms and make for an awkward "broken arm" handshake. I don't find it annoying, just rather confusing. My best guess is that the people in my age group aren't sure how to do handshakes when done with someone their own age. The few people who do the firm and confident handshakes are usually adults, since teenagers apparently think handshakes are uncool in favor of some dumb shit like a high-five. Seriously, since when was this a thing? Personally, I have pretty strong hand perspiration, meaning I usually avoid hand contact in general. The past years have been improving, since I just make sure to wash two or three times extra per day and use some hand lotions daily. My point of discussion here is what's the right way to do a handshake?