Monday, April 12, 2010
I’m having a slow day. Don’t ask me why I’ve come up with is, but I couldn’t think of nothing really to write about…
The following is a list of some true embarrassing moments that I have experienced throughout my life.. There is one that happened quite recently. Can you guess which one?
Having my young daughter, shout out loudly and point out the man dressed as a woman at the grocery store aisle.
Leaving a large wholesale warehouse store holding my son, as he is sobbing uncontrollably, while he is throwing chocolate chip cookies at the other patrons.
Standing in line at the grocery store, and have my under slip I’m wearing fall to my feet.
Walking down the street, and feeling my underwear slip to my knees.
Walking down the street, and having my nylons fall slowly to my ankles.
Finding myself in a parking lot, not knowing where my car is.
Laughing so hard, and actually peeing my pants in public.
Bursting with laughter in the middle of church service.
Hearing the stomach sounds coming out of the older parishioners during church service.
Seeing a lady bug stuck in someone’s big up hair do during church service.
Taking my son to a restroom, who is refusing to stand in the same handicap stall, and having to walk around the store with wet underwear.
Having both of my parents come into a crowded discotec looking for me.
Discovering my parents hiding in the parking lot at night, to check out the guy I was dating.
Walking out of a restroom with toilet paper stuck on my shoe.
Forgetting a co-worker’s name, and thinking they are a client.
Going to the women’s bathroom at the workplace, and stopping in my tracks thinking it’s a man in the restroom, when it’s a woman who looks like a man from behind, and getting caught with that look of shock on my face.
Having to witness your cousin’s wife say to another woman (who is dressed like a man) that she is in the wrong bathroom.
Going to your brother’s wedding, and watching your drunk husband dance non-stop with another female guest at the wedding. (No, I’m no longer married to this one.)
Trying to prevent drunk husband from jumping out of the hotel window, while he is only wearing bikini underwear. (Yeah, same guy—not married to him anymore.)
Answering the front door after playing “make up” with my 5 year old daughter.
Pretending you didn’t hear someone you respect fart in public.
Having unexpected out of town visitors use your bathroom before you could pick up the National Enquirer you left on the bathroom floor, in front of the toilet.
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