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Not sure it was the most embarrassing, but it was bad enough.

I was at Staples, getting drafting supplies. I had leaned over to look at the register, as there was a discount we were trying to apply.

A complete stranger came up, and whispered loud enough for the clerk to hear, that I had a split in my pants.

While it was very nice of her to tell me, all I could think of is wanting to crawl under a rock.

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1/19/14 11:09 P

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Now that you mention it, it /was/ THE LOOK.

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The "LOOK"!

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My older son was about three, and we went to my grandmother's funeral. Now, he never really knew her, as she had Alzheimer's at the end, but he was pretty good about sitting still and being quiet, so I thought it would be ok. Besides which, his dad had to work, so there was really no other option.

We went up to the front for the viewing, and my sweet, quiet, cooperative kid starts wailing. Loudly. He's just completely losing it. Quick exit, stage right, and calm him down. Go back in for the service, and he's sitting between me and one of my cousins, very calm and amusing himself. My cousin is about as big around as a broomstick, and she was wearing heels, since it was a funeral and all. The service ends, and we stand up to file out of the pews, when Alex tacklehugs my cousin from behind with no warning and almost knocks her off her feet.

For some reason, my mother frowned at ME about that.

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LMAO!!! Ha!

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Under a lot of pressure at work, and the exec I work for had just asked me to do yet another personal errand for him, and I broke - "Gee, would you like me to hold it for you while you pee, too?"...out loud. Not in my head......oops! He gave me a funny look and then apologized to me, saying he was just extremely busy and really needed my help. As I left his office, a coworker leaned out from her cube and said "That was AWESOME! You're my hero!"

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@Reyvncfox

Had I been less mortified and known him better at the time, I probably would have ! haha

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@Silver_Wolf1221 - You should have just looked him straight in the eye and said, " On 5? Is that all you can handle?"

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This happened at work, I was in on my day off doing grocery shopping with my mom.

My manager at the time Tom is gay and very open with it, and he is one of the funniest people to be around sometimes too. Well my mom and I were in subway finishing up what we had ordered when Tom had gotten in line to order his lunch. He was messing with both of us since we both worked in the same store. I had an empty subway bag filled with the papers that they normally wrap your subs in. He continued his torment so when he turned around I hit him in the butt with it. It did not phase him in the least. So my mom started laughing and he turned around and wanted to know what was so funny. Before I thought about what I said I blurted out " I hit you in the butt with this bag but apparently you don't feel that anymore"....then I realized not only WHAT I said but WHO I said it too. My face went beet red and I buried it on the table. His jaw hit the floor and then I felt him messing with our stuff on the table. I was mortified. Then he goes to the table of the other managers one which was also gay and the others were not and they all busted up laughing at my expense. Then I hear from the other side of the restaurant " Hey steph! Does it vibrate on 5!?" Apparently Tom had taken my phone and was messing with it making it vibrate loudly and I was laughing and so embarrassed at this point I had tears in my eyes. As Tom gave me back my phone he did his runway walk out of subway and I couldn't have been in a bigger hurry to get out of Subway!

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Sounds like u need to start one.
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So, did I miss the thread of "How did you embarrass others the most?"

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Bet u taught that teacher a thing or two about listening!
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Well, I've certainly had a few good smiles from this thread, so I should add to it a few of my own....

1. 6'th grade - Teachers don't always listen to kids, particularly the quiet ones who rarely say anything - During a test I walked up and asked if I could go to the bathroom very quietly, was told no... I waited 15 minutes at the desk and raised my hand for the teacher's attention - she looked at me and shook her head - this was a test, no one could leave because they might cheat (I was a straight A student and never would cheat, but what do they care) - so, I wet myself... and the desk... and 15 square feet of floor (did I say I REALLY had to go)... class resumed in the gymnasium after lunch - me with soggy pants, and I got the saddest look from the person sitting next to me - she didn't know what to say and really never talked to me after that - for the next 6 years of school... (probably for the better, when i was 16 I worked for her dad...)

2. Sophomore year in High school - the traditional pants the geek... except I lost the shorts, and the jock... and was, shall we say, not in an easily hide-able condition without several layers of cover... (I was running behind a guy I really had a crush on... it happens)

3. Just moved out to my first apartment - my parents of course immediately cleaned my room.... My dad sheepishly handed me an envelope after dinner that evening (I only moved a mile away) containing some, shall we say exposing, pictures that I had taken and scanned to send to an "interest" on the nascent internet, and neglected to destroy - that wasn't so bad, until he told me that my mom found them... and then told me he was jealous.... {shakes head in embarrassed shame}

I much prefer embarrassing others now though - had my share I guess - learned the trick is to give tmi - they get embarrassed and you don't ;-)



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Guess I'll take my mother screaming across the club over that! emoticon especially being that is was just the summer before! Wow! Well, the neighbors certainly know you. emoticon

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Shall we keep going with a swimming theme?

I was at my grandfather's house a the summer before last over Independence Day weekend. There is a lake a few blocks down, so my sisters and I took a stroll down to go for a swim. In the middle of said lake is a barge for mid-lake sunbathing or what have you. I, though a strong-ish swimmer, never made it out to the barge, but I figured, why the hey not and took off.

I make it, climb up the ladder and stand in triumph at having made it all the way out and then realize that I'm giving the world a show.
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My swimsuit was slightly too large for me and the top had ridden down or I had fallen out while climbing the ladder or something.

So yeah. There you go.

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Okay, so I guess I'll dish.

We belonged to a swim club - I was about 8. I saw all the people going to the big pool diving off the diving board. I climb up the steps, got on the edge of the board and I'm bouncing up and down ready to do my swan dive like all the others I had watchen when my mother starts yelling ALL THE WAY at the other end of the club. STOP HER!!! SHE CAN'T SWIM!!! GET OFF THAT DIVING BOARD!!! SOMEONE STOP HER!!! waving her arms like a maniac. I pretty much fell in the water just hoping no one would know I belonged to the crazy lady running and waving her arms. And I swam to the side of the pool just fine. With her lecturing all the way to the car how I could have died blah blah blah....

Okay - so, my sad life here's another one.
Another pool one! Who knew? I'm taking swim lessons. I'm double jointed in my left hip. It moves funky. That's another story for another time. I can't do the frog paddle. I'm in the pool, the instructor keeps telling me I'm doing it wrong. I tell the him when I move my leg it doesn't move like the other one. HE MAKES ME GET OUT OF THE POOL, lie on the tile and try to do a frog paddle on the ground. Well of course I couldn't do it in the pool or out of the pool!! The kids just found it to be the funniest - me on the ground doing this stupid move with him still teaching the class.

Want to hear the nutty thing? I love swimming and was a lifeguard. Go figure.
That's what happens when you get screwed up!

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Are you being sexist, Sal?

Girls can wrestle, too.

Though I suspected Lee to be male with his/her post at the "Oxymorons, Nitroidiots & The Reverse?" thread. Too intellectual.

Sarcastic ladies like to just lay it on the line that we are smart@sses first and let you figure out later that we are smart as well.
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There ya go Chirs, he's a he!
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The lactose intolerant sub-thread really rang a bell with me (tooted a horn? emoticon )!

When I was in college, I was on the wrestling team. At this time, I had not realized that the cause of my flatulence was lactose intolerance. Anyway, during a wrestling meet I had my opponent in a pinning combination (a cradle), but I couldn't get my hands together to effect the pin. As I strained mightily, I let out a horrendous toot, and the guy flinched. I got my hands together, pinned him, was declared the winner, and immediately fled to the locker room while many in the crowd laughed.

Needless to say, I heard about my "exploit" for weeks to come, on campus, as a "great wrestling move"!

It's funny, now; it wasn't so funny, then.

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Oh! I feel your pain! I'm full out lactose intolerant and I would not have been able to walk much less run in that situation. Sigh, when you've got to go...

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I have a new one just from this past Sunday.

I am slightly lactose intolerant. For lunch I had a piece of cheese. And hour later I went running, 12 miles was scheduled. By Mile 2 I knew I was going to have issues but decided to tough it out instead of making a detour back home. By Mile 7 the situation had become urgent but I was running along a road in mostly farm country which also paralleled a highway...big wide open views.

In case you are not familiar with lactose intolerance symptoms...let's just say it causes some stomach and waste management distress.

So...digestive issues...no cover...roads on 2 sides...no way to last until the 5 miles back home...let's just say I'm glad I was too far away for anyone to recognize my face so as long as I don't drop my pants in public in the future I won't be identified.

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PLANTAGO, I'm surprised the priest didn't just let you confess right then and there...he probably thought you had something really bad to tell him that couldn't wait!

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PLANTAGO, your post made me laugh out loud!

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Jewelmaker-this is so funny! But I have a good one, too.
I came to the US for the first time about 18 years ago. My English was practically nonexistent. Especially my telephone Engish.
I am a Catholic and I needed to go to the Confession. I called the parish office and the lady told me to come over at 6(something) before the Mass at 7(something).I did't get those (something) words.
So I came to the church at 6 am (in Poland we say 6 morning or just plain 6). The custodian went and woke up the priest. The priest stuck his head out of the window,his eyes barely open, and said: It's at 6 pm, didn't they tell you?
Well, in Poland we say 6 afternoon or 18...
It was so incredibly embarassing and so totally funny!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Ok, this is an oldie but a goodie. When my kids were in elementary school, we all over slept. I woke up in a panic realizing the kids were going to be late for school. I dressed quickly, put my hair up in a pony and got them up and dressed. Grabbing granola bars for breakfast, we ran out the door to walk to school. It wasn't until I was almost home that I realized I left the house without my keys and could not get in. Our house was old even back then and after tugging and cussing I got one of my front windows open. I was half in when I realized I was not alone. A police officer asked me to back slowly out of the window and put my hands up. I had a heck of a time explaining what had happened that morning and I had to beg him to just let me in so I could get my ID. Long story short, he did let me get my purse and once he saw I was who I said, he left. The real mortification was when I got a look at myself in the mirror: paint splattered shorts, t-shirt inside out and my hair! Oh man! No wonder it took me so long to convince him. I wouldn't have let me in either.

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I was in class helping a couple of students. I'd leaned back in my chair to assist one of them, leaned forward to help the other, but still balanced on the back legs of the chair. Then, I leaned back to the first student and just kept leaning. There was a second where I had a chance to recover and then I just gave up and accepted the fall. My students STILL comment about my wonderful display of acrobatics. emoticon

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LOL, SassyJay, I never thought of tp and mooning as a romance tool. hmmmm

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So there is paper butt and belly flopper, ha these are great to read.

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A lot of things come to mind, but here's one. High school, in the gym with alll this gymnastic equipment. Why we had to use the stuff is beyond me now, I admit it was kind of fun back then. Here ya go: we were doing the pommel horse and it had the springboard and I was running for it. Hit the board magnificently but instead of actually getting on the pommel, I continued to sail right over it, completely missing it. Did a belly flop right on the blue mat behind the thing. The actual flying part was quite nice.

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Okay...watch it now!

This is not the Romance Team!

Jeez...if this starts a dam-m-ed Happily Ever After thread, it's going to be followed by a rainbow/technicolor yawn from me.

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One of my most embarrassing moments was when my now-hubby and I were dating.

We were joking around and he said something snarky, so I said, "Oh yeah, smarty pants?" and turned around & mooned him.

He looked at me and calmly said, "You have a piece of toilet paper stuck in your butt."

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I knew right then he was the man for me. Twenty-five years later, I'm still laughing my butt off with him every time something really embarrassing happens to me.

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breast milk is a funny thing lol atleast it is odorless.

Ah i remember back in primary, There was assembly, we all sat in our classes in our uniforms. It was end of the day. Well i was just not feel well, i asked the teacher i believe twice if i could go to the bathroom, on both times i was declined, so the unexpected happened next i threw up on the girl in front of me, finally teacher allowed me to go to the bathroom but it was a tad late, good thing it was home time or she would be smelling like puke all day.

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I had just had my 1st child maybe 4 months earlier. I was breastfeeding, but being back at work I had to use a breast pump. I shut myself in an office & locked the door and started the process. All of a sudden I hear the door rattle, someone exclaim "Why's this locked?!"...and then the door flies open to reveal the super hot VP standing there with a key in his hand and me all exposed with the breast pump. He quickly & quietly backed out of the room and we both forever after pretended like it never happened.

Somehow I think I was not intended to breast feed.

After having my second child I went back to work, trusty breast pump in hand once again. As a welcome back one of my suppliers took me to lunch - we did a lot of business with his company. Knowing I had lunch scheduled, I pumped my breasts beforehand so they wouldn't get too full and start leaking. I had on a red dress. Apparently my breasts that day decided to put in some overtime because halfway through lunch I felt them get full and could tell they had started leaking. I had pads in my bra which were not up to the task that day. We just kept eating lunch like nothing was happening, but by the end the ENTIRE top half of my dress was soaked. Literally the entire thing, from neck to waist. I never went to lunch with that sales rep again.

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I have to dig back in my past, can't think of one top of my head at the moment

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lucky you didn't break your tailbone like I did playing hopscotch in 6th grade!
As u can see by my profile pic i still walk funny!

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I have a few but ok-here's one:

7th Grade. First few weeks in the big bad JR. HIGH- *scary right?
Gym class.
Playing soccer.
PE teacher picks 2 captains and they take turns picking out their teams. Of course I'm the last one to be picked :(
As if thats not embarrasing enough, during the game someone tripped me and the Teach blew the whistle and gives me a free kick at the goal.
NO goalie, just me....the ball.... and the wide open net.
I wind myself up for the kick and yes! I did a Charlie Brown kick with my foot flying up in the air over the ball (which didn't move) and land on my back in front of it.
THE WHOLE CLASS ROARED! Including the PE teacher.
man,,,I just layed there.
But the upside was I pretty popular that day! :) haha
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Most embarrassing moment followed by best defensive response:

On a trip with my youth group (I was like 17ish), at a park ministering with a church. There was a small creek by the pavilion so some youth group members decided to go wading in the cool water. Not to be one left out, I joined. The klutz I am promptly slipped and I got wet all the way up to my shoulders.
I ran to the huge van with all of our luggage in it (we were driving home that evening). Opened my suitcase and grabbed the first set of clean clothes I found. I didn't see a restroom nearby, so I said "Oh well" and changed in the van. As I'm pulling up my shorts, I look and see two guys from my group watching me. I turned red immediately then got a bit of my redhead going and just stared back while finishing getting dressed. I then raised my arms and said, "What?" nice and angrily. They stormed off in shock, and I returned to the group and completed the trip like nothing happened.

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with most of my coworkers we make sarcastic comments and complain a lot. today i had a review with my supervisor and i made a joke that she took as seriously. she was so upset. she though that i was hiding info. it tried to hell her i misspoke, but it was to late. i felt so stupid. i know she can sometimes not understand clearly, but i did not think enough to keep my mouth shut, There is no reason to mention things i heard if i do not have evidence. a lesson reminder the hard way,,,,

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Nothing says "inner peace" like letting one rip during silent meditation in yoga class! emoticon emoticon emoticon Kitty




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I was doing zumba in my house. i did it before with my workout buddy at her big home. but this time we did it in my tiny room.which was ok! we threw the bf outta the room. turned beto (the instructor) out of the room and started.the cd was skipping baddly. so i said, lets put on hulu and watch a video there TONS of workout videos. she agreed and said no kick boxing....so i turned one on for arms and core....well this one had kicking....sneaky dang video......well i go "DAMMIT" really loud due to the kicking....as my bf opened thedoor thinking something was wrong....i squated, stood up and kicked.....kicking cds, video games, pens and books (Yes alll that) everywhere.....i laughed out of embarrassment.


ive had other horrible ones, but they are all alittle....TOO personal. so i thought id stick to a workout one : )

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Like everyone alive, I've had a couple that still make me blush when I think about them.

When I was in high school, my crush and I were at the lake, waterskiing with my family. We decide to use an el-cheapo styrafoam board as a kind of boogie-board to tow behind the boat. I went first. What happened, in rapid succession, was the little styrafoam pellets started peeling off the bottom of the board (I couldn't tell at that point). Then, the board just peeled away under me. But, the boat was still going at full speed and I was being drug along behind it. (This is NOT a good time to ask why I didn't let go of the frickin rope!) Anyway, since I was being drug along - the next thing to go was my swimsuit bottoms. THEN I let go of the rope. They had to throw a towel into the water, and I tried to keep myself covered while I climbed up into the boat. Didn't do a very good job of it either.

The next one happened when I was working my first job. I worked at a local radio/tv station, and one of my tasks was to type up the advertising copy that the DJs would read live on the air. Well, one DJ decides that I should be the one to read it. It was for a local store called the Magic Mushroom (it was in the 70s), and their tagline was "and you can park free across the street." I was really nervous, but went ahead with it. All went fine, until I got to the end and read "and you can pee free across the street." My co-workers never let me live that down.

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In my long life, there have been many:

Most recently:

After the Marathon, I left my bike at my daughter's house because we were coming back in 17 days for Thanksgiving. The Hotel we were staying in is only about 5 miles away, so I decided to run to her house, get the bike and ride it back. But a helmet wasn't easy to carry on a run. So I figured to go without for the short ride back.

Of course, THIS time a car ran a stop sign on me, I had to brake hard with predictable results. Yes I went down and hit my head. Smashed my glasses (always travel with two pair) and bonked my head.

I am now sporting a beautiful shiner.

Start by doing what is necessary, then do what is possible and suddenly you will be doing the impossible -- St Francis of Assisi

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I was student teaching for a group of Kindergarteners and the supervising teacher left me alone with the kiddos for story time. One of my biggest trouble makers had been really good that day - so I let him pick out the book. He chose, "The Happy Hippopotami" - which is a tongue twister book.

I had tongue twisters. And I'm dyslexic. BAD COMBINATION.

So, these happy Hippopatamamas and happy hippopatapapas and happy hippopatachildren were going for a picnic...

on.

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beach.

Full force half-way through the story, because you have to read it fast...just as the supervising teacher walked into the door...the happy hippopotami were having their picnic on the...yeah...on the bitch.

I wanted to melt into the chair, right then and there. It was horrible.

Needless to say, I don't teach. And I bought a copy of that book later and set fire to it.

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So my friend invited me to join a Pilates class a while ago-- not my cup-o-tea, but I said, "what the hell?" and joined. At the time, I wasn't doing anything anyway! It's the first class -- as usual, all the perfectly sculpted blonds are in the front in their body hugging work-out gear. We're in the last row because we arrived late. She is on one side of the room and I the other. The instructor is playing typical pilates new agey kind of music and things are moving along. It's really quiet. All of a sudden, someone farts -- really loud amidst the silence. Well, that was it -- I could not stop laughing, the kind that subsides for about 10 seconds and then you think about it again and totally explode. (Thank goodness I didn't pee in my pants!) I could not look at my friend -- had we made eye contact, it would have been over. Forward to the end of class -- a lost hour considering I simply couldn't concentrate on the serious business of pilates. The class is done -- we look at each other and explode! "Did you hear it?" I asked. "Hear it?" she said, "I did it!". Pilates was never the same again! (P.S. I left a bottle of Beano on her desk the next day!)

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I was hauling boxed files to the basement. Our cart should hold about 6 boxes, but I got creative and managed more.

I had to really force the cart to get it over the gap in the elevator. Of course the elevator is full and none of the lazy jerks would help. So here I am fat chick, huffing and puffing to get about 180lbs of files in the elevator.

I was getting pissy. No one moved so I had to manouver my cart in. In the process hit the emergency call button with my fat ass. Nice.

I wanted to die when I had to explain to the security desk that I bumped the button.

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ok, so this isn't my embarrassing moment (thank god) nor is it my sister-in-law's, but i so love the story i have to share. the weirdest things always happen to her!

so, my brother and his wife were driving a long distance and decided to stop for the night at a motel in a small town in eastern oregon. while he went inside to make arrangements, my sister-in-law waited in the car.

when he came back out, she was hysterical with laughter, nearly on the floor and could not speak, she was laughing so hard.

evidently, while he was inside, a lady had exited the hotel office and rushed over to their car, opened the driver door and climbed in. before my sister-in-law could collect herself and ask what the hell...? the lady started jabbering rapidly about something, and before long turned to see the stranger sitting beside her with eyes wide and mouth gaping open. she gasped, immediately jumped out of the car and rushed to the car behind them (a very similar model, wouldn't you know) and raced off as quickly as possible.

when she was finally able to stop blinking in disbelief, my sister-in-law started laughing so hard it was several minutes before she was able to explain the story to her husband.

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I understand the not wanting to "get ready if I am just sitting in a car" kind of feeling. I have gotten in my car without shoes and regretted it. I have worn my cleaning clothes which were holey and stained and regreted it. But I have not gotten a flat tire and ridden a bus! That tops my "shoot, I wish I had changed before I left" days.

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Oh my - I'm laughing so hard tears are running down my face! I'm new to SparkPeople and when I saw there was a team for other twisted souls like myself - I had to join up!

My sad tale: a number of years ago, my now husband and I were living in sin in Tempe and he had a job in way east Mesa (bordering A.J.) and his shift started at about 5 a.m.

We shared my car and one morning I had to drive him to work. We got up at about 4 a.m.-ish and since I figured all I was going to do was drive him there, drive back home and go back to bed, I didn't bother getting "ready". I threw on a pair of florescent pink and purple vertical-striped shorts (the stripes were about an inch thick and they came to just above my knees - they were hideous). I put on an old t-shirt a little (tight) sweater and no bra (I'm a DD). I put my sneakers on (no socks). I didn't bother to brush my hair or teeth or wash my face - nothing!

As I turned into his workplace it was dark and I didn't see the median. I ran my left front tire into the concrete and popped my front tire denting the rim. We got the car out of the way of other vehicles and quickly tried to figure out what to do.

Being a new employee - he was on probation and had to get to work. I told him I would change the tire and be on my way. Hesitating, he went to work and I went about getting to the tire. I opened the trunk and - of course - no spare tire!

What was I going to do? I didn't have a phone and I had forgotten my purse. Being a student and knowing only other students, I figured none of my friends (with cars) would have the funds to come all the way to Mesa to pick me up. I scoured my car and found enough change for bus fare.

As I was walking to the bus stop - the sun started coming up. To my shame - everyone would now be able to see my glorious outfit. I tried to smooth out my hair and do something with my clothes to look half-way presentable but it was no use. I stepped on to the bus looking like a crazy homeless woman and had to count all my change to the driver and put it in the little container as everyone on the bus watched. It took me about two hours to get home (this was before the 202 and we were in North East Mesa) and all the way there I had to endure new sets of eyes admiring my "look". No one wanted to sit next to me - LOL.

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Oh, dear, CHIBIL, that's truly an embarrassing moment. I've been sharing my most embarrassing moment for years and it's *never* been topped, but you just may have done it, you poor thing!

My own story goes back many years; I was twenty-one at the time and a traveling sales rep for Olan Mills. I was working out of a HoJo that was a regular stop for me in Rapid City and, as was my wont when I stayed there, I headed to the lounge after the workday was over and proceeded to get thoroughly schnockered. After closing the lounge down I headed back to my room, stripped down to my birthday suit and started to climb into bed. As I did, I noticed my breakfast tray on the floor on the far side of the bed. Knowing I would NOT want to wake up to that sight with a hangover, I got out of bed, picked it up and headed to set it out in the hall for maid-service to collect. And somehow ended up OUTSIDE my LOCKED door along with it. Starkers. EEEEEK! You talk about sobering up in a hurry! I ran through my options in my head: Try to break into my car to wrap myself up in the blanket I kept there. Walk to the front desk and pray I didn't run into anyone on the way. Knock on my neighbor's door and beg for a towel and a call to the front desk to let me back into my room. Well, the latter was the only real choice, so I plastered my nakedness to the wall right next to his door and knocked. He (of course, HE!) was very kind - gave me a towel, called the desk, and I was back in my room shortly. The most embarrassing part of the story though: When I went to check out the next morning, I asked the desk clerk to please apologize to whoever it was that had let me into my room the night before. He threw me a suggestive smile and said "Oh, that was me. NO problem at all."

If you're being run out of town, get out in front of the crowd and make it look like a parade.


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Oh my, that's horrible. It has happened to people I know, and it is just so embarrasing. I'm sorry that happened to you!

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ive been really stressed. i was sitting on the bus, just me and the bus driver, and i felt the familiar build up of flatulence. so, i simply allowed whatever to happen while trying to keep it quiet. instead, i felt something warm and squishy fill my underwear. i apparently had horrible diarrhea that i had absolutely no control over. so, i asked the bus drive to let me off at the nearest bathroom and simply prayed that he did not notice. awfulness. emoticon emoticon im actually still horrendously embarrased and regretting posting this already

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I loved reading these embarrasing stories! There's nothing like hearing about others embarrasing moments to make you realize that we are all human. Thanks for sharing! I loved the treadmill one, where the lady shouted "count faster you B---d!" at it.
And to add to the redness of everybady's faces here's my contribution:

I was pregnant about 7 months, and I was squatting in Bradly Natural Birth class, to pick up my folder and papers, when I accidentaly tooted. I acted like it didn't happen, and thankfully only the teacher was still there, but she didn't say anything. It happened the next week I was at the class as well! Squatting and holding in a toot just doesn't work! I was especially gassy when I was pregnant with that child!
One time, when I was at Safeway, with my mom, and we were at the checkout. I felt a really crampy gas coming on, and had a feeling it was going to really smell, so I told mom I was going out to the car, and hightailed it out of there as fast as I could. The problem was that the stinky toot had started coming out before I left the checkstand. You know how, when you feel really sick cramps and you just can't hold it in and you know that no matter how you try to hold it in, it will just make a louder sound? Well I was outta there, but my mom said that this very rotten smell started happening as soon as I left, and the checker was giving her the DIRTIEST look ever. She was Soooooo embarrased!! I felt horrible!

Another thing that happend when I was about 16. I was not allowed to have a boyfriend, and I had one I had met at school, and kept it a secret between me and a few friends. Unfortunately, I went to school with two boys that I wanted to keep the secret from as well, because I was afraid they would tell people and my parents would find out. So these boys saw me with this boyfriend at school and even called my parents about it, and I told my parents he was just a freind, so I thought that the matter was covered over enough. One day I happend to be invited to a party, not the kind with loud music and dancing, but a "who done it?" kind of party. The boys from school were invited, along with other kids, and only one of my friends that knew about the boyfriend was there. So we are all sitting, and talking, and all of a sudden one of the boys from school asks me, in front of everybody "So, how's Mike doing?" I just turned as red as a beet, (and I know because I felt like my face was on fire, and that I was going to throw up as well), and everybody stopped talking and looked at me. I think there was like 20 people there,and one girl even asked "Who's Mike?". It was kind of a blur but I wished that I could just pretend the guy never asked the question, and I think I just kind of muttered "fine" really quietly. I could have crawled under a rock. I thought the cat was definitly out of the bag, but I later realized that that boy just wanted to get some kind of rise out of me. He did too. I was never so nervous or embarrased! More than letting a toot out accidentally.

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7th grade. I was late for the school bus. I had to walk through an expanse of grass to get to the stop from my house.

It was a dewy morning a day after a rain. I saw the bus stopping and hurried to meet it. As you can guess, I slipped and fell. I got up in a hurry and, once again, flat on my can...third try slip and slide...by the time I got on the bus (after having this witnessed by about 10 other kids and Frank the bus driver) I was grass stained and in some pain.

I looked at Frank in exasperation and he laughed in my face. I just took a seat for the long ride to school.

From the depth of need and despair, people can work together, can organize themselves to solve their own problems and fill their own needs with dignity and strength.

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I had brand new leather-soled shoes to go with my immaculate uniform as I headed up onto the auditorium stage to receive a prestigious award in front of several hundred of my peers. Yes I was nervous, to say the least. This was back in days where there were not a lot of senior ranking officers in the military. I was to go on stage and face a female one-star general and other senior officers, pivot and salute. I should mention we were close to the front edge of a freshly waxed stage that was elevated about thirty inches or so. I was the first on on stage and when I pivoted smartly my slick shoes went out from under me. I could end this story there an that would probably funny enough but the aftermath was even worse. I tried unsuccessfully to not fall of the front of the stage and in the process the female general tried to grab me, fell herself and exposed most of her pink covered butt to the assembled crowd. Somehow, at is is all foggy, I got back on the stage, she was up-righted and we both continued like it never happened.

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Sometimes I feel like a big furnace that keeps needing more fuel. The answer in the past has been to just keep shoveling it in. Maybe I need a smaller shovel.


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My dog decided to take a crap in the middle of a busy intersection. I asked someone to take my camera and photograph us. Unfortunately I was laughing so hard I broke the camera - boy THAT was embarrassing! It was a nice camera.

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Yes, a picture is worth a thousand words.

Here's another one. One of my daughters teachers over the summer married, changed her name, and dyed her hair blond. You should have seen the pained expression on face as I introduced myself to her in the fall.

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The question is, did you have it your way MUSYCLAU? Lol sorry couldn't resist.

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My first time in a Burger King was as a kid. I didn't know how to pronounce "Whopper" so I was asking for a "Whooper". The clerk kept saying, "A root beer?" "No, I want a Whooper." Finally pointed to a picture of it.

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I was much younger, and out drinking late at night. And for all you beer drinkers, no realize it has to go somewhere. So, a friend and I needed to se a horse about a man, so we pulled into a Kmart parking lot. While we were doing our business, all the sudden a bright lite was beaming on our, well you know. We got tickets for indecent exposure. We begged for a public intoxication ticket instead, but we ended up with a ticket on our record for baring it all.......

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I was extremely bashful in school and had just moved to this small town high school (365 people in the whole town!) We went to play flag football for p.e. class and being the chubby but athletic type I grabbed the flag on the hot jock guys shorts...... and here comes the flag, the shorts, and the jock strap..... wow he was he embarrassed but not half as much as I was when they started chanting.

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I have two embarrasing moments that tie. The first happened in high school in my English class. I was sitting in my desk writing a paper, you know the desks with the bar on one side. My pen fell to the floor and instead of getting out of my chair and walking around my desk to get it I leaned over....tipping the chair over with me still in it, creating a very LOUD crash causing everyone to stop what they were doing and look at me. What's worse is the desk landed on my hair and I had to do this little summersault thingy to be able to get back up. I was already red in the face and trying to laugh it off when my best friend says "Hey I missed that could you do it again in slow motion?" The class hunk then replied as he laughed "She kinda did do it in slow motion, man that was great!" I wanted to DIE.

My second most embarassing moment again happened in high school but some friends and I stayed at a hotel about 3 hours from home for the night. We had gone shopping all day and came back to the hotel. We decided to wander around snooping etc and found a gym room. Four (GORGEOUS) guys were on the treadmills. I looked at two of the guys in front and noticed that they looked identical to the two guys in the back, so I yelled out "OMG LOOK TWO SETS OF TWINS!!!!" Perfect because it was me and 3 of my girlfriends. Two of the cute boys turned to look at me the other two looked away....only then did I realize it was TWO guys and their "identical twins" were their reflections in the mirrors behind them.... emoticon

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This happened in High School. I was going at it with my girlfriend in the living room at her house where her family was gone for the weekend. We went to change positions and noticed her grandmother and little sister standing in the front door.

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Well, I was a victim of just plain bad planning...

A few mornings ago, I had put on some clothes to clean the house and forgot to change before picking up the kids from school. I was picking them up early to go to the child therapist (they've been going for a little bit now since my divorce from their Mom). I wondered why I was getting some outright hostile looks from a few of the teachers and staff at the school, but I figured it had to do with my shaved head and full beard. Hell, I hadn't met most of them before.

Then I arrived at the therapists and said, "Hi," to one of the other waiting parents before the doc came out to get my daughters. When she was happy and smiling before, then suddenly straining to keep a barely civil look on her face after looking down at my shirt is when I realized what I had done. My shirt said: "Stay In School. You're Much Too Ugly To Be A Good Whore."

It was a long wait in the waiting room after that...

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You just want one?!?!?

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