Crack up moments................Its good to laugh at yourself.
March 18, 2008 8:47pm CST
Can you remember some embarrassing moments when you just wish the earth would open and give you a safe haven to hide? I'll give you two of mine: Incident 1: I was running to catch my school bus as a teenager when the next thing I knew I was no longer on my feet but skating away on my stomach. When I got up I had no idea my pride would have gotten up with me. I looked up only to find that it all happened in full view of the entire bus of students and passing traffic. Dirt, bruises and wounded pride I collected my books from the ground and made it across the road to the waiting bus.............. God that was a moment. Incident 2: I was attending the funeral of a dear friend (God rest his soul)who died in an accident. Thankfully a bright spark entered the gloomy picture that day. I saw a guy that I had a crush on (he was a young doctor and so was the deceased). We had never spoken and I would never allow him to know of my crush (under normal circumstances), but there I was standing there with sis and friends and he was passing by. I grabbed a camera and decided to make a quick snap.........only as I peeked through the lense ready to click I noticed he was staring straight at me.....................oh well I clicked anyway. So whats's your story?
20 Mar 08
hah theyre funny. Once we were making choco truffles at school using hot chocolate powder, and I ate some (a big no-no) and the teacher came over and said "nicole I didnt just see you eating some of that did I?" I smiled and said "no sir!". What I didnt realise was that the hot chocolate powder was spread over my teeth.
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29 Mar 08
This happened when I was in High School. We had a student teacher in our English class, and I had a major crush on him. This particular time I had a horrible cold and didn't dare travel without kleenex. I used my last one just as class was starting and my extra box was in my locker. Well the runny red nose was bad enough, but I had to have that extra touch of horribleness. I felt a sneeze coming, I hoped like crazy that the sneeze would go away---but of course it didn't. I managed to cover my nose and mouth before the sneeze exploded, but I ended up with a hand full of snot!!! I slowly pulled my hand away from my face to see how bad the snot ball was, and as I was assessing the damage I heard behind me "EEEEWWWWWW!!!!" I rushed to bring my hand back over my face, stood up and went up to ask for a hall pass to go to the restroom. This gorgeous man looked up at me with those big brown eyes and I wanted to die. I didn't even bother to ask permission, I just raced for the bathroom. I didn't go back to class out of utter embarrassment. The next time it was that I had dihairria. I got to the girls restroom, but it was the one that teachers and students used to smoke between classes. I knew that I wouldn't last through class so I waited. Of course I ended up being late for class and when I got there the instructor (who was also the football coach) demanded to know why I was late. Being shy, I told him that "Mother Nature called." He looked at me and said "I don't care about your personal calls, where were you???" I sighed and decided to try again "Mother Nature called." It went past him again and he got a bit crabbier and stated "I don't care about your personal calls, where were you?" The students in the next classroom started to laugh at that. I decided to try one more time and stated "Mother Nature CALLED!" He looked at me, and was really angry and snarled "I don't give a damn about your personal calls, where were you???" The kids in my class room were starting to snicker. I finally gave up and snarled right back "I have dihairria and the bathroom was full and I had to wait to take a crap!!!!" By then both classrooms were laughing out loud and my teacher left the room totally embarrassed- we didn't have class that day.