I was friends with a girl for a few years, but suddenly we had no classes for a couple years, and we never talked. After 2 years, I decided to do something bold and write up an e-mail, explaining what I thought of the situation and that I wanted to start being better friends again. She replies, saying thing that everything I said was blown out of proportion, we really weren't that great of friends, and that she had no time with her busy schedule to have another friendship. She said it in the most formal, polite way, but it was one of the worst facepalm moments I've ever had, not to mention that it was the most official end to a friendship I know of (plus I did and still do want to be friends with her. It's just too awkward now, a lot because of me...).
When I was in seventh grade, the chorus from one of the local high schools visited and they were singing for a presentation. This was before winter break, and it was Christmas songs. There was a boy in a snowman suit that came in slight proximity to where I was sitting and I screamed. Luckily, not many people noticed, but one of my friends had a laughing fit. I think that moment is hilarious when I look back to it.
lol, 2 years ago I was in IL visiting with my friends which included my best friend/the guy I like and he decided to make the mistake of trying to tickle me when we were getting ready to go out and I ran to the car and completely misjudged how close he was behind me and I went to shut the door and I did it so fast that I couldn't stop myself from moving and I accidentally smacked him with the car door so hard that he collapsed to the ground. He was completely ok, but he still hasn't let me live it down and brings it up whenever he can.
i just remembered one.
i got a falf-gallon carton of orange juice ouut of the fridge, and i didnt notice that whoever put it away last didnt put the cap back on (and it was the kind with pulp so u have to shake it before u pour it)...yeah...im pretty sure u can guess where this is going...
When I was very, very young and had very little understanding of how the world worked, I was at the local Albertson's viewing a father and his son peering into the lobster tank at the fish aisle. The man had a pony tail hairdo, and my first instincts were to point to him and yell, "Look, Mom! A lady man!"
He was furious beyond belief. To my recollection, at the same time in my life I also grabbed an overweight blonde woman's boob in a toy store and asked if she was Barbie.
I do lots of embarrassing things, but due to my poor memory I can only remember a few. I don't think I've seen anyone do embarrassing things though. Once I called for my dad only to then notice I'm in a classroom where parents are no where near. I mistook someone for my cousin since she looks so similar. The last one I can think of is when I followed someone who wasn't my dad in the grocery store. Surely his son would be a signal to me but I thought his son was following me for some reason.
This just happened recently. My brother home for the holidays from college and of course hangs with his friends at night right, well this morning I come down to the kicthen and there a half eaten sandwich made of peanut butter and oreos... Somebody had the munchies...