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I don't really have any memories of embarrassing moments right now during my high school..
MAYBE the most embarrassing moments of it was:
-> Running awkwardly when I had to show myself in the curtain call of my class' english play
-> Getting dumped by all the girls I tried something
I think that's maybe because my *diretor* kind of forced me to do a lot of olympiad science tests (math, physics, biology..) so I had to study 7 am to 9 pm in school

But if were talking about our most embarrassing moments from our life, it would be:
Almost running over a woman with her kid with my bike (Every time I remember the scene I can't stop but cringing and feeling damn embarassed), falling into a pile of shoe box in a shopping, trying to speak with a hearing impared person (without realizing what he had), sleeping in the bus ... xD
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Omg too many.. One time I was doing a presentation for my debate class I told my teacher that I had to go to the restroom but she insisted that I do my project first instead of using the restroom and in the middle of my presentation I wet myself -rolls eyes- when a kid says they gotta go let them go.
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My first day of year 11 I sat alone at lunch since I hadn't met anyone at the new school yet. The principal walks up and asks how I'm doing then walks away, only to return moments later with another new student that was sitting alone. She introduces us and walks away again. We both manage a smile then go back to eating quietly and then out of nowhere the principal returns, grabs us by the arms and hauls us to the middle of the cafeteria saying she found a spot for us. She stops at the cheerleader's table and says, in a voice loud enough for the whole room to hear. "These two don't have any friends so you should be nice to them." She sets us down, smiles and walks away while the room goes silent and everyone stares. They were nice but it was the most awkward thing ever. My partner in humiliation ended up being my best friend so it worked out!
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Arekkusu92 wrote:

My first day of year 11 I sat alone at lunch since I hadn't met anyone at the new school yet. The principal walks up and asks how I'm doing then walks away, only to return moments later with another new student that was sitting alone. She introduces us and walks away again. We both manage a smile then go back to eating quietly and then out of nowhere the principal returns, grabs us by the arms and hauls us to the middle of the cafeteria saying she found a spot for us. She stops at the cheerleader's table and says, in a voice loud enough for the whole room to hear. "These two don't have any friends so you should be nice to them." She sets us down, smiles and walks away while the room goes silent and everyone stares. They were nice but it was the most awkward thing ever. My partner in humiliation ended up being my best friend so it worked out!


Glad it worked out, but that was a pretty harsh thing to do.
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When I was a freshman in high school, I was running to class because I was not very acquainted yet with the bell system (I truly used to have terrible timing). I was wearing a lower cut shirt (still met school regulations, of course), and as I was running with a handful of heavy books in my hand I tripped and broke my fall with my hands on the ground. One of the upperclassmen and a group of his friends was walking by leisurely to gym class and he stopped and helped me pick up my books. He asked me my name, where I was going to and what period my lunch was. Turned out we had the same lunch period, and after a quick "thank you for the help" he smiled and said that he would see me later as he walked off with his friends. Later when lunch came as he was sitting at the table with all of his guy pals he called out to me. I walked over with the intent to give him another round of thanks when he announced to the table: "This is the cute girl with the nice headlights that I was telling you about." I was forever embarrassed the rest of the year with being known as the "girl with the nice headlights."

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It was my last week of school and I had decided to ditch in order to go and buy "Lord of Magna: Maiden Heaven" from a Gamestop right by my school. When I got there I was the only person in line but after I had purchased the game I turn around and see my English teacher form a previous year. He asks me if I should be in school and I tell him that I "already graduated last year"...don't know if he believed me but I got away. Still, that's a kinda weird title for a game he probably heard me buy it...I wonder what impression he had of me afterward?
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