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#16 MoonChild

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Posted 18 March 2004 - 04:34 AM

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Posted 18 March 2004 - 05:59 PM

Masquarade,
I feel you! My friends tend to giggle!
Great to know I'm not alone. Thanks.

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Posted 01 April 2004 - 01:20 AM

Like many people, I have too many embarrassing moments to relate, lol, but the one that stands out in my memory was when one time I was trying on pants with a guy I REALLY liked, and as I walked out in these black cordory pants, he asked me, 'well, how does it fit? Are you SURE you can move in them?" Excited at the fact that I had found some pants that fit me perfectly, I gave him an exasperated sigh and said, "yeah, they fit fine" and proceeded to demonstrate by couching down to test the stretch of the pants. Well, as soon as I sunk down, there was a loud RRRRIIPPPP and the seat of the pants busted open! I was SOOO embarrassed and got outta there with a quickness...all the while with my guy friend laughing his butt off at me!

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Posted 02 April 2004 - 10:54 AM

Oh... where to begin. I've had SO many.

I've been caught twice doing the dirty... one by a stranger, and once by my MOM.

Last year, I took my kids into a Tim Horton's with me to get a cappucino. And... ran right into a glass wall. I seriously thought there was nothing there. It's sad when your six year old thinks you're a goober.

This next one is more a string of events in a one-weekend period. I went on a church retreat with a friend of mine when I was 15. Keep in mind that I wasn't even Christian at the time, but her father had paid the 80.00 for me to go, so I sort of felt obligated. We get there, and they divide all the campers by age groups... freshman, sophmores, juniors, seniors. Each class had a series of events to complete and then the top competitors of each event compete against each other. I didn't realize it was a BOOT CAMP retreat. Sheesh. I didn't go to get all active and... ugh... exorcise. So, I didn't pack the appropriate wardrobe. Most of my clothes don't extend beyond the skirt variety.

So, here I am wearing my tacky 80's style skirt, and our first event is canoeing. I'm afraid of water, of course, but they wouldn't let me sit out of any events. I HAD to participate. Those communists! So, they allowed me to go first. I busted my butt trying to scramble out of the thing after making it across the water in one dry piece. Then, we had to go to the basketball court. There were four hoops, and we had to shoot the ball into the first hoop, run to the next, etc... The fastest time of all these events wins. Keep in mind that I'm 5'2" and can't jump to save my life, so I ended up having one of the other guys in my group run with me and shoot the ball FOR me. God, that was mortifying. THEN... there was an obstacle course. In between two trees was a wooden pole standing about three feet off the ground. We had to figure out a way to get overone over the pole without touching it or the trees. So, one guy kneeled down on one side and another guy kneeled down on the other side, and we walked over. Well, my foot slipped on the shirt of one of the guys and I busted AGAIN. No problem, I shake it off like a good little camper. Then there is a seven foot tall wall that we had to scale. Miraculously, I got over that one just fine. THEN, the smartas* camp counselor said "Hey guys, if you can make it over that wall even faster, I'll give you an additional 10 points". Since we were doing so poorly to begin with, they all agreed. The second time around, I fell the seven feet to land flat on my back. NEXT on the agenda was this stupid frisbie contest. There was a bucket about 100 yards away, and we had to throw this frisbee into the bucket... we couldn't just walk up to it and throw it in. Well, I throw my frisbee and it flies, and as I'm running to catch up with it, my bra snaps! I was a big-breasted girl at 15 and it's not comfortable to run around with your chest flopping all over the place. Almost gave myself a black eye.

I was pleased to hear that the events were over and it was time to just relax. My friend and I decided to try out the horseback riding. I end up getting stuck with the last horse in the line, and he didn't like me much. He kept lagging behind the group and then had to gallop to catch up with the rest. Well, he decided to gallop right in between two trees which both my kneecaps decided to smash into. As we were walking the horses back to the stables, there was a woman calling off all the names. All the horses before me had cute names like Buttercup, and Flower.... Mine was Spitfire. Figures.

Now, if anyone can beat a weekend of embarassing moments as horrible as that... I will gladly hand over my crown.

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Posted 02 April 2004 - 10:57 AM

Oh yeah... and I got my period on the last day there, during the sermon. Do you know how embarassing it is to stand up in a room full of high school kids with blood all over your bottom?

Maybe God was punishing me. lol

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Posted 02 April 2004 - 10:59 AM

Oh Goddess, Ana! You are the QUEEN of embarrassing moments! Reading these stories is almost as good as when you first told them to me! Man...I'm STILL laughing! LMAO

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Posted 02 April 2004 - 11:02 AM

Oh Shaddup!
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Posted 02 April 2004 - 11:08 AM

LOL LOL LOL LOLLLLLL!! ;D

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Posted 02 April 2004 - 01:30 PM

I'm afraid I too must humbly bow low to the Queen of Dooflandia.

Although the other day I walked up to my wife at the market (she went it ahead of me as I had to pick up some envelopes at Staples next door) and said, "Wow Baby, that didn't take long did it?" and when she turned around... yup... wasn't MY wife.
I appologized and she said wih a rather heavy sigh,
"That's alright. Nobodies called my baby in a long time."
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Posted 02 April 2004 - 08:02 PM

I was about 16, and had just purchased these boots that I'd been waiting months to get. The heels were a bit slick on pavement, and as me and my friends went to cross a rather busy street my feet just came out right from underneath me and I ended up my butt just as a car full of cute college guys were driving buy. They slowed down, asked if I needed a hand, then laughed and drove off. I'm such a clutz.

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Posted 02 April 2004 - 08:03 PM

Once, in high school, I fell down a flight of stairs and my skirt ended up over my head in a hallway full of students. Why are my embarassing moments all linked to the fact I can't walk straight?

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Posted 02 April 2004 - 08:22 PM

Last year, I took my kids into a Tim Horton's with me to get a cappucino. And... ran right into a glass wall. I seriously thought there was nothing there. It's sad when your six year old thinks you're a goober.

[smiley=cwm27.gif] [smiley=cwm27.gif] Why do I fell Deja Vu? :)

The second time around, I fell the seven feet to land flat on my back. NEXT on the agenda was this stupid frisbie contest.

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Now, if anyone can beat a weekend of embarassing moments as horrible as that... I will gladly hand over my crown.


THE CROWN IS FOR YOUR'S TO KEEP! Miss.Congeniality?  [smiley=cwm35.gif]

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Posted 02 April 2004 - 08:45 PM

When I was driving my husband to work really early in the morning, my kids in the backseat, we were listening to a radio show. They do this bit about "Is it porn, or is it____", and callers have to listen to sound bits and determine wether it is porn or something else. We had it turned down enough that I didn't think the kids could hear it. I wasn't even listening to it myself really. But, they were asking if it was porn or someone with a bad cold. The sound bits were PURELY porn. lol. My son pipes up from the back seat and says "Gee mom, you must be sick a LOT." I don't think I've ever turned that red.

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Posted 03 April 2004 - 04:43 AM

OH MY GODDESS! LMAO!!! Dude, that is TOO rich!! lol God, your kids are so BAD_WORD cute! I MISS THEM!! Tell 'em their 'aunt D' says I love you! lol

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Posted 03 April 2004 - 09:20 AM

Here's one Shellas would appreciate.

Last week I went out to eat with my husband and a couple of friends of mine. We went to this little Chinese resturaunt in a small strip mall up the steet from where I live. So, we're sitting there, having just received our food, and we're beginning to dig in. Then, out of the blue, I could swear I hear dogs barking. I'm thinking of all those horror stories I hear about dogs being a delicacy in Asian countries, and had to second guess my sweet and sour chicken order. I look around the table and they all heard it too but no one wanted to say anything. So, finally, I just asked "Was that a dog barking?", and sure enough, as if on cue, we all heard it again. We busted out laughing, and caused a bit of a scene. Other patrons were looking at their food and one couple got up and left. The poor manager of this resturaunt was probably ready to throw us out.

As we left, I noticed that next door was a dog groomers. I felt SO bad.

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