One year of awkward silence?
I never spoke to my freshman roommate. We met, we said hello, we spent about two days trying to befriend each other, it quickly became clear that we didn't particularly get along, and then we just, kind of, you know...
Literally, this is not an exaggeration, the only communication we had after the first few days was "do you mind if I turn out the lights" every day, one time he apologized for keeping me up by playing loud drinking games with his friends, calling each other a few times because we got locked out, and one time, literally one time, we had a conversation, a real one, that lasted about an hour. Other than that it was just awkward silence for two semesters.
There was no animosity, we just never had much to talk about so we never did and then eventually it felt weird acknowledging each other at all. I spent two semesters trying not to draw attention to myself in my own bedroom, rarely making eye contact, always knowing that there was essentially a stranger watching me.
I have seen him on campus a few times since, we still just try to avoid making eye contact. Just like old times. It's the most awkward relationship I've ever had with a human being