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Posted 1/30/08 , edited 1/30/08
Hey all, group creator here! I've just been going through the 'crunchy' forums lately and adding some of the more popular threads to our group so that we can give 'em our own twist! Come up with some new, interesting, topics lately? Make some new threads for our forums! Let's get this group booming!

SO, we've all had them. Embarrassing moments, those seconds in our lives that we just want to sink into the ground and pretend like we're an unnoticeable little black chibi in the corner. What's yours? Do you dare to share? Let's brighten everyone's day!

*Takes a deep breath* Bet you all want to know one of your group owner's deepest, darkest, secrets, don't you? WELL, I'm rather a loner in real life that doesn't like to spend much time in public except for libraries or the occasional mall, so I probably won't pull off the best story, HOWEVER, I can try.

I was coming out of a grocery store with my mother last winter and it had been snowing a lot lately. Over the course of the last week we had to have gotten four-five feet of snow, we'd had a bit of a thaw that day and everything had re-frozen into an icy slush. Of course I wasn't wearing appropriate shoes. Black pointy-toed ballet flats with chains of course. Well, we hit this one REALLY bad spot where there had to have been ten-fifteen square feet of ice. I went down. Hard. To top it all off this guy comes up behind us and asked us if we needed help, I shook my head no, got up and tried to walk off with dignity... The guy started walking off when low and behold FWOOSH, I go down again. Yep. Twice. In front of the same guy, in the space of three feet. By the time I finally got to the car my knees were bleeding, my legs were scraped a bit, my dignity was running low, and my butt hurt like heck. Needless to say I never wore those shoes in the winter again.

I dare you tell us yours!

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Posted 1/31/08
Scary... gonna try telling mine now XD

Well one day a friend of mine asked me to join their band, because they needed a bassist and the closest guy he can think of at that moment was me. I said my no, but he wouldn't budge at all. He kept on insisting that I'm the guy for the job. And when I was so pissed off already I just said my go and joined them. But I didn't know... the day for the band to go on stage in front of everyone in school was also in that very day he invited me to join. That didn't scare me since I'm the type of guy who doesn't care about how many will watch. I'm not like that, I'm to used to the crowd already due to being a usual on stage. But the thing was... I didn't know how to use a bass guitar well! So I ended up going on stage with an awkward look on my face. At first I tried playing the bass guitar, but I failed to do so and called a random guy backstage that knows how to play a bass guitar. I went off and the whole band was a mess! The lead singer lost his voice confidence, the lead guitar lost its tone, and the supposed to be secondary voice left(which was me).

It wasn't that embarrassing though since the people just saw it as a good show and had smiles on their faces. I've just become... more known I guess? And the band didn't care about what happened. They are now trying their best to teach how to use a bass guitar for the battle of the bands coming next month. so yeah~
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Well, I tripped and broke my violin bow right before the school concert in front of the whole audience.

We were going up the stairs onto the stage and I didn't pay attention and tripped.
The whole audience was looking at me... Bad timing huh?
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Posted 2/2/08

Enternalfir3 wrote:

Well, I tripped and broke my violin bow right before the school concert in front of the whole.

We were going up the stairs onto the stage and I didn't pay attention and tripped.
The whole audience was looking at me... Bad timing huh?


Heh, no kidding, I play the violin as well so I can only envision how bad that must've been.

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Posted 2/3/08
ummm this happened at school

and if what is ay isn't allowed please delete

ok, i was sitting in gym listening to what my friends where saying, and then all of the sudden i thought i head somebody say They had to explain to their friend what Math Equations where. (They said they has to explain what masturbation was).....Well after hearing what i thought i heard, i sai how to do you not know what that is you learn in in algebra, they stopped talking and starred at me for like a minute, and i was like O-o, then they where like what are you learning in algebra, and i was like math equations.......
so now if i say something stupid around them o-o they go and tell people this story
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Posted 2/3/08

Lizziebell13 wrote:

ummm this happened at school

and if what is ay isn't allowed please delete

ok, i was sitting in gym listening to what my friends where saying, and then all of the sudden i thought i head somebody say They had to explain to their friend what Math Equations where. (They said they has to explain what masturbation was).....Well after hearing what i thought i heard, i sai how to do you not know what that is you learn in in algebra, they stopped talking and starred at me for like a minute, and i was like O-o, then they where like what are you learning in algebra, and i was like math equations.......
so now if i say something stupid around them o-o they go and tell people this story


Heh... I have one sort of like that, not mistaking the words, however it's one that the friend continuously repeats whenever we see a ______, (so not telling you all, lol, it's sorta bad) and there are people around that she can tell. She really annoys me in the way that she can't keep her mouth shut, lol. Though it's not that I couldn't get her back, I'm just too nice/ civilized to do so.

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Posted 2/5/08
ughh... 3 periods spent on my back in wrestling but i didnt get pinned... if u dont think thats bad then you have never been to one of our home meets... were talking 400 people watching you get dominated half naked : \
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Posted 3/5/08
So, time for a new embarrassing moment, eye? Well... Here goes:

I was in what had to be first grade; I also had to have had the worst possible first grade teacher that that school had ever seen. Now, in first grade I kept this little, teensy, pink colored notebook with happy little (you guessed it) sparkly looking kittens on it; in this notebook I used to write down random words to practice my letters and spelling and what not, however there was one page in it that really never should have seen light (NO, it did not have a curse word on it, nor was it really inappropriate in any way to any body but that dip-tastic teacher). Anyway, one day I went out for recess, came back in and searched for it in my desk. It was gone. Of course, being young I didn't really worry and thought that I had just left it at home or something. Of course I didn't. A few weeks later I finally found the little class *&#@ sitting under a table reading it out loud with some of my class mates. Also, of course, I told the teacher that he had stolen it. The teacher didn't care worth a piece of dust that my 1st grade rights had been violated and that something had been stolen from me. All she cared about was that ONE page, which was basically saying that I liked a boy in class. To her, it was wrong and I needed to be punished for liking a boy, even as a friend. <<<This isn't the bad part. Lol. She read it in front of the class, punished me in front of the class, and let the boy who had stolen it in the first place go free. In front of the entire class, oh... And did I mention that it was the entire class plus the boy? You can tell that this was a tad embarrassing. At least I can laugh at it now, heh.

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Posted 4/4/08
So, in an attempt to get this thread noticed I shall post another one of my moments everyone! Help out all, don't make me be the only one telling stories here! Pity me, lol.

Hmm... This one is shorter and sweeter then the other two I've told:
It was seventh grade, pretty much defined as 'disection year' by the science department of my middle school. Here's the best way to do this: there were, what? Three disections? Here's what happened to me in each one:
Crawdad: slimy, red, crawdad skins thrown at me.
Worm: Involuntarily squirted myself with worm juice. EWWEEE.
Frog: I was chased after by a guy holding out a frog's eyeball.
Lol. I love laughing at the past.
Now, it's your turn, everyone!

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Posted 4/12/08
i had an open zipper when i was talking in front of the whole class ^____^ and then they laughed at me so i just laughed with them, as an act of counter measuring
Posted 8/22/08
Hmm so we need to recall the past now. Okay fine I'll tell my deepest darkest secrets as well. Let's see in the 5th grade during assembly I wore a mini skirt. <such a non-innocent kid I was. Then a 7th grade friend crawled up to me and whispered: "Hey the guys are all staring at your ass...pull it up." Let's see maybe that's how I stopped wearing short bottoms to school. The guy I liked was sitting right behind me too...ah the past me was very embarrassed and regretted for not sitting in the last row.
Posted 10/13/08 , edited 10/13/08
idk...what's my most embarrassing momment..cuz' I just don't really mind what other's would think or do. If I did something that would make ppls laugh and stare, I would just laugh or say nothing happend then walk away without caring. The only time I felt embarrassed is when I was small and was just exploring the world, but I learned to change perspective and not think what other's think. Even if it might ruin my rep..I wouldn't care anyways, but aleast it wouldn't take away my life or soul.
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Kirirena wrote:

Hmm so we need to recall the past now. Okay fine I'll tell my deepest darkest secrets as well. Let's see in the 5th grade during assembly I wore a mini skirt. <such a non-innocent kid I was. Then a 7th grade friend crawled up to me and whispered: "Hey the guys are all staring at your ass...pull it up." Let's see maybe that's how I stopped wearing short bottoms to school. The guy I liked was sitting right behind me too...ah the past me was very embarrassed and regretted for not sitting in the last row.


That is pretty embarrassing! Well, i used to wear shorts under my skirts when i was in elementary... though it was more for being able to play all those games that involved elastic bands/garters and jumping in the air than it was for modesty.

My turn: (This happened a couple of days ago, i still have to get over this)

I was just in time for my criminal law exam when i reached the exam room. To my defense, i was in the throes of panic since i was seriously cramming my way into finishing the book. The seat plan was posted out in the hallway but I forgot where i was supposed to be seated in the room. So my plan was, check the seat plan when the examiner arrives with his own copy. I took a peek at the seat plan and told a boy that he was seating in my seat. We had to confirm the arrangements from the proctor. Of course, I insisted that i was seated there. To my utter mortification, i read the seat plan wrong! Darned that seat plan chart. He was, in fact, where he was supposed to be. I was the one usurping his seat. Grreeeaaatttt... Right, i really needed that extra embarrassment on top of my last minute cramming. The whole room was already full of waiting examinees, anxious to get on with the exams. My face was probably in various shades of red as i shamefully walked to the back row where i was supposed to be seated. Fortunately, he's an acquaintance and the story turned out really funny when a friend was telling it, especially when he was with his classmates in the next bench at McDonald's. Of course, he overheard my friend telling my classmates! We just laughed it off but it was still embarrassing.
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