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Posted: 02 Sep 04, 16:51 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Have you ever really embarrassed yourself? No, don't answer that, stupid, everyone has. Since I embarrassed myself rather badly about 30 minutes ago, and to make me feel better, I would appreciate it if you kind folks would share your most embarrassing story that you are comfotable telling us. Preferably one that your brain will keep reminding you of until it drives you to suicide.

During gym today I pulled a muscle during our flag football game, which ought to be renamed Twenty Athletic Boys All Go Straight for Mandy's Shins Whenever the Ball is Within 20 Feet of Her. And 30 minutes ago - this is actually rather funny, now that I look at it - I was at speech/drama/debate team practice doing a male/female skit with a high school senior, on whom I happen to have a life-threatening crush. and in the middle of this skit - kill me now -
WE HAVE TO KISS. When we arrived at this particular moment, I became rather light-headed and weak-kneed (I TOLD you it was life-threatening) and my injured leg stopped working. I fell, knocking over the chair, and also injuring this poor boy's shins.

Fortunately he was very nice and understanding about it, but that's not one I'll be forgetting for a while. Jesus Christ. Somebody please be klutzier than I am.


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Posted: 02 Sep 04, 18:10 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

One of the most important events on my calendar this past April was my senior prom. Having never been to prom before, I was determined to 'go all out' in preparation...That was before I got hit by a car afterschool, four days before prom.
Fortunately, I managed to escape with a few bruised up heels, a stitch here or there and some interesting staples - and permission from my doctor to attend prom.
The night was really great, and it was actually my first introduction to Queen: one of my friends had requested Bohemian Rhapsody.
But on the way home, we stopped off at a Wal-Mart to grab some pop and change out of our gowns and everything, and in front of everyone, announces to me that I have a large amount of dirt on my back.
...While it turns out the 'dirt' was really several scabs, I ended up being so embarrassed I wanted to disappear.
The moral of the story? Don't wear spaghetti straps to prom if you've recently been scraped across a street...

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Posted: 02 Sep 04, 18:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

One of the most important events on my calendar this past April was my senior prom. Having never been to prom before, I was determined to 'go all out' in preparation...That was before I got hit by a car afterschool, four days before prom.
Fortunately, I managed to escape with a few bruised up heels, a stitch here or there and some interesting staples - and permission from my doctor to attend prom.
The night was really great, and it was actually my first introduction to Queen: one of my friends had requested Bohemian Rhapsody.
But on the way home, we stopped off at a Wal-Mart to grab some pop and change out of our gowns and everything, and in front of everyone, a lady announces to me that I have a large amount of dirt on my back.
...While it turns out the 'dirt' was really several scabs, I ended up being so embarrassed I wanted to disappear.
The moral of the story? Don't wear spaghetti straps to prom if you've recently been scraped across a street...

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Posted: 02 Sep 04, 20:49 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Ive done alsorts. The other day i made a colouring sheet for the kids at work. It was meant to say Brewster, after the bear we dress up as, but i wrote it Brester, and a parent complained it was indecent!!!! hahahah


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Posted: 02 Sep 04, 21:23 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I've actually had a few of those.

Two months ago my brother and I were walking down the street to go over to the convenient store at about 11:00 at night. Well where we were walking, there is a bump in the sidewalk that I forgot was there and I ended up tripping over it and falling down and landing on both of my knees skinning and bruising them. I had trouble walking and getting up for the next two weeks and now I have huge pink scars on my knees because of it.

I also have one that is quite funny. A week ago, my brother and I were at McDonald's having breakfast and something crept up on me that I wasn't expecting. I farted really loud inside the restaurant. My brother had to restrain from laughing and we were just glad that there was hardly anyone in the section were were at and we were hiding from everyone. He said it sounded like a trumpet thats how loud it was.

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Posted: 02 Sep 04, 21:30 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

My finest moment happened when my family and I were repainting my trailer. I took a break to document the changes on video. Came inside to get the camera and walked out the door with it running.

Only problem is that I forgot the steps were pulled away a few feet so we could paint behind them. So I stepped out and went straight down. The camera was more important to me than I was, so I stayed straight and landed on my feet, but I did scrape my back a bit on the way down and felt that extreme feeling of dumbness come over me, enhanced by the fact that some neighbors were outside across the street, witnessed the incident and laughed hysterically.

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Posted: 02 Sep 04, 21:36 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Lol @ the fart

Farts are cool


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Posted: 02 Sep 04, 22:47 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Hell, I'm a huge klutz. Constantly tripping over my own unshoelaced feet ... but I'm stumped on good stories, so I'll think about it while I write college essays and come back to it.


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Posted: 02 Sep 04, 22:57 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

FriedChicken wrote:

Lol @ the fart

Farts are cool


At the amusement park I work at, there are meetings supervisors have to go to every week. They're usually at 8 30 in the morning, and I go to the ones on Sunday. It takes me an hour to drive there, so I'm already exhausted as it is.

Everybody at work knows I'm a jokester, and they think it's funny. So, I turned to my friend once and said, "I've been ripping ass all morning." I then coughed really loud in an attempt to hide a really loud fart, but got my timing off and it ended up being a cough followed by the loud fart.

I wasn't really embarrassed because I wasn't awake, but everyone in the room cracked up laughing.

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Posted: 02 Sep 04, 23:02 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Some "Classic" embarassment moments are those when you think that nobody is around and then you do something really stupid.

That happened to me once when I was like 13. My friend and I were in my room having burp contest, and we were belching our lungs out. Little did I know that one of my sister's friends (who I had a huge crush on back then) came to visit my sis. While she was in the living room she was able to hear us make the most disgusting noises you could possibly think of.


[QUOTE][QUOTENAME]Brandon wrote: [/QUOTENAME]... and now the "best you can offer is Mr. Jingles? HA! He's... just pathetic.[/QUOTE]
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Posted: 02 Sep 04, 23:22 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Speaking of farts...

http://66.70.90.104/videos/farts3.mpg


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Posted: 03 Sep 04, 06:46 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Spelling 'i.m.p.o.m.p.t.u.' wrong on T.V. NOO! FUCK!

Never mind. The captain of our team spelt 'astronomy' wrong. What a dunce.

Number 2. I'd had knee surgery a couple of weeks before this story. It was an arthritic anthroscopy; searching for any cartlidge damage/floating cartlidge. Anywho I was advised to keep off it for 2 weeks. 14 days later I was scheduled for a game of cricket. Protests from my mother lay on deaf ears as I hadn't played a game in a long time. However things were complicated when I woke up late which I very rarely do. So I quickly got dressed into my whites and buggered off to the ground. I'd got there at 20 overs which meant that we could swap players over. Anywho on I went and I was quite confident. Coming into bowl and first ball I got a wicket and I was quite pleased with myself. One ball. One wicket.

Next over I was hoping for the same result. So as I was coming into bowl I was picturing the same ball, same result. Except when my left leg hit the bowling crease my vision turned yellow and there was an audible...well the noise sounded like a boot being pulled out of mud. It was called a dead ball and I pulled up my pants to see that there was a visible divet in my leg. That's when things began to get weird. I couldn't stand up so two of the parents had to come on the field and get me off the field. Anyway off to the hospital and the Doc says it's all fine.

Next day off to a Orthapaedic (I don't think that's the right area but meh) doctor and he said 'In the 30 years I have been in this field I have never seen anything like what has happened to your knee'. That made me a little worried.

Apparently what had happened was that the tendons that connected my knee to my growth plate (just below the knee) had been jolted up by the muscles around my knee which had pulled the growth plate clean off the bone and that's why there was a hole there.

Anywho they booked me in for surgery and ended up drilling screws into my knee to put the growth plate back to the normal place. All of this was tremendously painful and it has made me a little nasty to people that complain about a sore throat or a cut. I usually tell 'em to toughen up or say 'If that's the worst thing that happens to you all your life you should be happy'.

I even have a picture to show everyone that I'm not pulling myself.

http://www.geocities.com/sudhra/screwedknee.jpg

I probably got the tibia and fibula wrong but meh, whatchu gonna do about it.

Moral of the story: ALWAYS LISTEN TO YOUR MOTHER!


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Posted: 03 Sep 04, 10:32 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

iGSM wrote:

knee story


excuse me...

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I refuse to even click on that link.

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Posted: 03 Sep 04, 11:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

C'mon Lester. It's all good. That boot coming out of mud noise was so loud it could be heard in the outfield.

Anywho I like what Denis Leary has to say about NyQuil.

'Big N, small y, big fucking Q! Some medecines come in orange or strawberry for the kid inside all of us. Not NyQuil. That still comes in green fucking death flavour'..

heh. I love Denis Leary.


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Posted: 03 Sep 04, 16:33 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

This isn't really an embarrasing moment, but it's going to stick with me for the rest of my life.

During standardized testing last year, one of the questions was "Which ancient civilization built the Parthenon?" First, I chose Greeks (the correct answer). During the rest of the test, I was thinking about that question, so I changed it to Romans! I later asked my friend what the correct answer was, and she told me (Greeks). I was very pissed off at myself.

MORAL: ALWAYS GO WITH YOUR FIRST INSTINCT ON STANDARDIZED TESTING!!!

All my friends (and my mom) make fun of me and say "Wait a minute, WHO built the Parthenon, again?" I get very pissed when they do that.


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Posted: 04 Sep 04, 19:08 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

SergeantPepperDG wrote:

This isn't really an embarrasing moment, but it's going to stick with me for the rest of my life.

During standardized testing last year, one of the questions was "Which ancient civilization built the Parthenon?" First, I chose Greeks (the correct answer). During the rest of the test, I was thinking about that question, so I changed it to Romans! I later asked my friend what the correct answer was, and she told me (Greeks). I was very pissed off at myself.

MORAL: ALWAYS GO WITH YOUR FIRST INSTINCT ON STANDARDIZED TESTING!!!

All my friends (and my mom) make fun of me and say "Wait a minute, WHO built the Parthenon, again?" I get very pissed when they do that.


Haven't we all done this? It's always so crushing when you find out about it!


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Posted: 04 Sep 04, 19:54 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

I don't like when people joke about it. As soon as I told my dad he said, "Oh! Guess you're not goin' to Harvard now!"


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Posted: 04 Sep 04, 19:59 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

SergeantPepperDG wrote:

This isn't really an embarrasing moment, but it's going to stick with me for the rest of my life.

During standardized testing last year, one of the questions was "Which ancient civilization built the Parthenon?" First, I chose Greeks (the correct answer). During the rest of the test, I was thinking about that question, so I changed it to Romans! I later asked my friend what the correct answer was, and she told me (Greeks). I was very pissed off at myself.

MORAL: ALWAYS GO WITH YOUR FIRST INSTINCT ON STANDARDIZED TESTING!!!

All my friends (and my mom) make fun of me and say "Wait a minute, WHO built the Parthenon, again?" I get very pissed when they do that.


I do that all the time - a lot more than is good for me.

Speaking of standardized testing, thank goodness for the SATs, where you can do really well and not know anything at the same time. Have any of you taken them? I mean, it really is so fun waking up early on a Saturday to take a three hour test. If you took them, what scores do you have to show for them?

SergeantPepperDG wrote:

I don't like when people joke about it. As soon as I told my dad he said, "Oh! Guess you're not goin' to Harvard now!"


What test was this?


Creativity can always cover for a lack of knowledge.
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Posted: 04 Sep 04, 20:10 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

It wasn't a college test or anything. It was a middle school test.


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Posted: 04 Sep 04, 20:11 Edit this post Reply to this post Reply with Quote

Oh, standardized tests really aren't important until you get to the SATs, really. You don't have to do your best, just good enough (think of the dumbest person who is graduating...that is good enough).


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