Do you remember my “Sparkling Truth?”  Yes, my embarrassing moment that I shook off and it somehow became a witty memorable experience. Well, just to refresh your memory:


Enough said.  If you’d like to hear the full story check it out over here, but I am pretty sure you get the idea. 😉

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    1. August 18th, 2013 at 1:13 pm
      metu18Renee says:
      My blouse revealed too much in a family photo.
    2. August 19th, 2013 at 10:01 am
      Wendy Lawson says:
      when firefighters and paramedics came to rescue me, they cut my shirt opened and were surprised I was a girl, LOL
    3. August 22nd, 2013 at 6:05 pm
      JACQUIE NORTH says:
    4. August 22nd, 2013 at 6:11 pm
      Tracy Mascorro says:
      I was doing a dance for an assembly in Elementary school and I wore my sisters very twirly dress. During the dance, the dress flipped up so much that my underwear showed to the whole Audience. I had no idea why they were lauging until someome came and told me how nice my underwear was.
    5. August 22nd, 2013 at 6:14 pm
      Stephanie says:
      I went grocery shopping immediately after breastfeeding and left my t-shirt hiked up to my chest and my nursing tank un-snapped. I was in there shopping away for a good half an hour and NOT ONE person bothered to tell me I was a mess. I found out as I was getting in my car. Geezz...
    6. August 22nd, 2013 at 6:23 pm
      Susan says:
      When going up a set of stairs at back to school night, I missed the stair and fell, and hit my chin and bit my lip., Lots of blood.People were crowding around me to help and I joking said, "maybe I need to go back to school to learn how to climb stairs like a person not a vampire. It got a good laugh and took the attention off of me!
    7. August 22nd, 2013 at 6:25 pm
      Tiffany says:
      My then boyfriend, now husband, when we first started dating invited me to a family dinner. My now mother-in-law didn't know English well and it was right after Halloween and my office had a costume contest. She meant to ask me how the contest was to make small talk around the dinner table but instead asked me how my Kotex were. She was so serious I wasn't sure if she actually expected a response. I was thinking to say, "fine, yours?" But my boyfriend and his father's laughter finally broke the awkwardness of the moment!
    8. August 22nd, 2013 at 6:35 pm
      Stella says:
      When I was brought in for my physical for a sheriff deputy job I thought I was prepared- 7 minutes of exercise is easy. It was a room full of other interviewees when it was finally my turn I was terrified. There was a balance beam that you had to run across 5 times. The first round I made it through. The second time around I fell off the balance beam- three times. I finished the rounds but was completely mortified. Then they made me sit to catch my breath. I didn't make it through to the next round of the interviewing process, and too make things worse three months later the sheriff that made me sit was our new neighbor...
    9. August 22nd, 2013 at 6:59 pm
      amanda mcbride says:
      When i went to ask a guy to a girls choice formal, i ran over his dog and killed it. His little sister was the only one home and witnessed the whole thing. I had to drive around town looking for someone in his family to tell. He still went with me.
    10. August 22nd, 2013 at 6:59 pm
      Kim says:
      I get horribly nervous at interviews, and I suspect it stems from my first job interview when I was 16. I was being interviewed by a shift manager at McDonald's and I had been feeling a little off all day. I chalked it up to nerves, but midway through I leaned over the table and vomited. I did not receive a call back.
    11. August 22nd, 2013 at 7:02 pm
      Brittany H says:
      On my wedding day I was running down the hall and I tripped on my drees, it ripped my bead work on my bodice. It was so embarrassing!
    12. August 22nd, 2013 at 7:20 pm
      Alyssa says:
      My youngest son was about 5 months old when one day I left the boys at home with my hubby and ran to the store to grab some milk and eggs to go with dinner. I was trying to be quick about my trip and rushed up to the cashier and was politely chatting with the nice young man while he scanned my items and completed the transaction. When he handed me the receipt, I noticed that he looked rather uncomfortable and wouldn't look at my face. I thought it was odd, but didn't give it another thought... Until I got home and walked past the mirror in my bedroom. I had forgotten to put in my nursing pads before I left the house and had 2 VERY large wet spots on my shirt and my nipples were making quite an exhibition. I still see that cashier on occasion and now I'm the one that can't make eye contact!
    13. August 22nd, 2013 at 7:22 pm
      Melanie says:
      On our last date before our first son was born we went to the movies. In the fancy movie theatre, with the nice stadium seating. When it was over my husband and I were the first ones to the stairs and somewhere toward the bottom I tripped and fell, landing on my hands and knees at the bottom of the stairs. At 8.5 months pregnant, it hurt SO bad and I couldn't move! My husband insisted I get up and move NOW, the rest of the movie goers were getting backed up on the stairs. Eventually they climbed/scooted around me while I caught my breath and cried a little :(
    14. August 22nd, 2013 at 7:32 pm
      Dana says:
      I spent several hours at a hospital wearing my nightgown when I was NOT the patient.
    15. August 22nd, 2013 at 7:40 pm
      Erin says:
      I was going in for my 20 week ultra sound with my husband. After drinking the required 32oz of water an hour before the appointment, and a 45 minute drive to the appointment I needed to go pee, and I needed to go then! We got to the parking lot, I walked about 3 car lengths toward the door of the building and then ran back to our truck, popped a squat and peed right there! I was certain I would have peed my pants if I tried to make it all the way to the restroom. I like to tell myself that no one saw me, but I'm guessing that's unlikely!
    16. August 22nd, 2013 at 7:55 pm
      Sarah says:
      In middle school, my sister got my crush to walk up and hug me so she could get a picture for the yearbook. After my brain started working again, I ran outside after him to ask him why he did that. In front of him and half my class, I tripped and slid to a stop in the gravel at his feet.
    17. August 22nd, 2013 at 8:36 pm
      terry says:
      I was in a long distance relationship and flew to see the guy for the weekend. The first day I was there he decided to tell me he didn't want to be in a committed relationship with me while we were naked in his bed. (but he was still willing to be my friend with benefits.) And two minutes after he told me, his four year old daughter wandered into the bedroom asking what we were doing. It took all my self-control not to say "your daddy's being a jackass." Of course I chose not to stay his "friend", and a year later got the chance to tell him to never, ever break up with a woman like that again. I got your back ladies. Men are clueless.
    18. August 22nd, 2013 at 9:28 pm
      Natali McKee says:
      I accidentally returned a childrens music cd to the library with our SEX cd inside instead of the real cd. I got a call from the librarians.
    19. August 22nd, 2013 at 10:13 pm
      Brookerc44 says:
      In a work meeting I was introducing a new escalation process using Yellow and Red Flags to alert leadership of project problems. One of my very openly gay male coworkers (whom I adore!) asked me a question about the process and in front of everyone I answered his question by saying "well, if you need to throw a Yellow Fag..." Absolute worst time to leave out a letter when speaking! Everyone laughed, I almost cried and my coworker did not take it personally. Needless to say, I apologized profusely and I'm pretty sure my company will never forget my most embarrassing moment.
    20. August 22nd, 2013 at 11:06 pm
      Janina says:
      One Sunday my 2 year old needed to use the bathroom so I took her and decided I need to go to. After we went back into the chapel, walking past rows of people a lady that was sitting behind me tapped me on the shoulder and whispered in my ear that my skirt was tucked up in the back. I was mortified to say the least.
    21. August 23rd, 2013 at 7:47 am
      Jaclyn says:
      On my very last day of senior year of high school I was standing around talking to a group of friends in the huge common area when the guy I had had a crush on for the last four years (who totally knew I was into him) walked up and said hi. I was so startled by the sound of his voice that I whipped around to face him, lost my footing, and fell smack on my butt. Of course, EVERYONE made a big deal of helping me up and asking me if I was okay. My butt hurt from the fall, and I felt humiliated. As we all know, being embarrassed in high school is THE WORST! He stood there and watched the whole thing, looking slightly bemused.
    22. August 23rd, 2013 at 8:52 am
      R G says:
      The family Christmas photo day my two daughters came out of the packed Walmart bathroom. I noticed TP sticking out of one of my daughter's unders and her dress tucked in. I quickly removed the TP and handed it to other daughter to throw away whilst I got the skirt fixed. Daughter took the TP and promptly ran to the garbage can. I thought it was taken care of. She came and lightly touched my back as I was still kneeling to let me know she had returned. We got up and resumed shopping. When I met up with my husband a full 30 min. later he informed me I had TP sticking out of my skirt. Daughter said the garbage can was overflowing and it was packed and loud in the store so she just thought I would 'hang onto it until later.' Nice, sparkly moment.
    23. August 23rd, 2013 at 10:49 am
      Natasha says:
      I was at a four generation family reunion (it was HUGE). I was climbing a tree to show up my dad, and when I jumped down my pants and underwear tore open to expose my bum in front of TONS of people. Everyone was worried I had hurt my bum too and wanted to look. I didn't understand and thought they just wanted to laugh at the gaping hole in my pants!
    24. August 23rd, 2013 at 11:33 am
      Laura P. says:
      I was shopping for a new bed and was shifting around on a showroom mattress to see if it was comfortable in all positions. I guess I rolled too much because my bra unhooked itself and came popping out of my shirt in front of the salesman!
    25. August 23rd, 2013 at 3:40 pm
      Ashli C. says:
      Last year, some of the deal blogs I follow started posting about Chick-Fil-A's "Dress Like a Cow Day" over a month I thought it was on June 12th instead of July 12th! I dressed my daughter and myself up like cows and headed to our local Chick-Fil-A, where I was shocked to see that we were the only ones who wanted free food that day! People would come up to me and say things like, "Ummm....she looks cute..." (about my daughter). I didn't even realize that I had the wrong day until I got to the cash register and the employee said, "Ummm...'dress like a cow day' is next month." I almost died! So embarrassing! The manager gave my daughter and I free meals anyway. That helped me feel slightly better. ;)
    26. August 23rd, 2013 at 9:46 pm
      Lisa says:
      I once mistakenly wore a black boot and a brown boot to a meeting once. I should really stop getting dressed in the dark.
    27. August 24th, 2013 at 11:23 am
      Lichelle Perry says:
      While on vacation, I went rollerblading around a lake in California. I needed to use the bathroom and decided to keep my blades on. After completing my "business", I stood up and started rolling towards the stall door. Unfortunately, I didn't stop when I hit the stall door, and with my pants around my ankles, I found myself in the line of people waiting to use the potty. Humiliated, I rolled back into the stall, pulled my pants up, and raced out as quick as I possible.
    28. August 24th, 2013 at 7:13 pm
      Rebecca Scott says:
      I have lots of them, but the pic made me remember one when I was pregnant with my twin girls. I pulled into a parking spot that was close to the other car, usually no big deal. When I went to get out, I couldn't get my big belly out haha. I had to to find another parking spot so I could open my door wider. I remember looking around hoping no one had seen that : )
    29. August 24th, 2013 at 7:17 pm
      Katie Bishop says:
      While in college, I was on vacation with my boyfriends' family and we went snorkeling. They had these little life vests that kept popping us out of the water. I went down under the water and popped up. I went down and popped back up. I went down and popped back up - without my bikini top - right in front of his dad!
    30. August 24th, 2013 at 7:25 pm
      Emilee k says:
      On my way driving home from work I was waiting behind a Car In the turning lane but didn't realize it was a parked construction vehicle until the construction worker knocked on my window saying I would have to go around. So embarrassing.
    31. August 24th, 2013 at 7:26 pm
      Emily Sterling says:
      I took my two year old son to tumbling class about a month ago, when I was about 7 months pregnant. At the end of each class the kids get to go in this giant foam pit, when it was time to leave my son would not get out, so I forgetting that I was pregnant jumped in after him and got horribly stuck... luckily another mom grabbed my kid while someone else pulled me out.
    32. August 24th, 2013 at 7:27 pm
      Kate says:
      When I was in about 3rd grade, I was wearing a skirt and stood up quickly. What I didn't realize was that I stood up while my feet were on the bottom of my skirt! It pulled down in the back and, of course, the whole group of boys were behind me. ;)
    33. August 24th, 2013 at 7:30 pm
      Michele says:
      I was 16 and at an all boys camp - they let girls come for a weeks during the summer. A few of girls climbed into canoes on the lake and put our lovely, orange life vests on. The ones that just sling around the back of your neck an then tie in front. Anyway, about an hour later another girl from my group canoed by me and yelled, "Your boob is hanging out!!" Yep, it was. I guess the life vest rubbing on the string that held my swimsuit up around my neck had come undone. I didn't feel it slowly creeping down. I have no idea how long it had been down or who I had passed on the lake like that. Stupid boys camps.
    34. August 24th, 2013 at 7:31 pm
      Myoriah says:
      I had a bunch of shopper watching me show them how a one cup coffee maker works and waiting for samples of coffee. I was getting really flustered with all the people in line and while talking forgot to put a cup under the spout.. I got through with my talk and there was not a cup of coffee for me to divide and serve. I took the tray and said "Folks this is to show you that if you forget to place a mug under the spout that this tray really holds a cup of coffee." Everyone laughed and I sold a lot of coffeemakers that day. :-) When my supervisor asked me what my secret was for selling so many coffeemakers I just smiled and said for me to know and you to find out. Seems like every time I talked about that coffeemaker something funny always happened and I ended up selling a lot.
    35. August 24th, 2013 at 7:37 pm
      Paige Gonzalez says:
      I was seven and a half months pregnant. My husband, daughter and I were at a warehouse auction looking for my Father. My husband and daughter were ahead of me, I was waddling kind of slow that day! All of a sudden I felt something weird and had a warm liquid running down my legs. At first I thought I peed, not the case. I had a dress on so there was a huge puddle under me. I called to my husband trying not to cause a spectacle of myself. He just kept going. I called again, nothing. On the third time he yelled back "What"? I yelled at that point " My water bag just burst"! Before he could get to me I had all sorts of people around me telling me to lay down and calling 911. I was mortified to say the least, standing there in a puddle!
    36. August 24th, 2013 at 7:38 pm
      Anna says:
      I was walking into campus talking to my roommate we were having a good time and not paying attention and suddenly I was hit on the head and shoulder with a traffic arm...of course there was a huge line of cars exiting the parking lot and they were laughing and my roommate was laughing and I was beet red!!
    37. August 24th, 2013 at 7:40 pm
      Donna C. says:
      I had a pretty bad bladder infection for about a week and was taking meds. The doc also had given me some pills that made my pee orange. Forgetting all about the meds I was on I took my little ones swimming. I had 2 of them in the kiddie pool and was sitting with them when I had to pee and I mean there was nothing I could do but pee right then. That urge hit. Yup, in the pool. I wanted to die first of all cause I was peeing but then all of a sudden my son yelled out,,"mama what is all that orange around you!" Yes, I peed orange in a kiddie pool in public! I tried to blamed it on my lil girl who was near me and grabbed my kids and we were left. Only to look down and I had orange dripping down my leg!!! That stuff stains! On a good note, for years I could really tell my kids the water around you turns orange if you pee in a pool!!!
    38. August 24th, 2013 at 7:51 pm
      Elissa says:
      It happened just today. I got hit smack dab in the face with a softball during a tournament. It wasn't even a moment I was playing in the game--I was just off to the side! I went down like a feather, crying like a baby. Oy vey!
    39. August 24th, 2013 at 7:54 pm
      Gina says:
      I once stepped on the wrong side of a rake and it smacked me in the face. My husband got a good laugh out of it despite my swollen face. He found it so funny that he called in to a radio station the next day to share.
    40. August 24th, 2013 at 7:57 pm
      Cami says:
      After my husband and I were barely married, we went to Steve's (my husband) house for a family gathering with all his family. I was so twitterpated with my new husband I went behind him and snuggled against him and stroked his chest, then finished with a smooch on the shoulder. Mind you this was done in a circle while talking to others. When he turned around, he was not my husband, but my new brother in law! I was so embarrassed! And everyone in the family saw all of this. I still get teased about it.
    41. August 24th, 2013 at 8:18 pm
      Lindsay says:
      It was one of the first dates I had with my now husband. We were driving from Logan to Salt Lake, and about half way through the drive I got very sick to my stomach. I felt the pressure mounting and knew I needed to fart, so I let one rip. As the smell continued to linger and linger and linger I began to get nervous...and then I realize...I had not just farted, I had pants. It smelled terrible. I had to tell him what happened so that I could get some new pants, and embarrassing, but he took it well, and he still married me so I guess it must not have been too awfully smelly :/
    42. August 24th, 2013 at 8:23 pm
      marci says:
      while working at a horse farm, preparing to take a group of scouts out on a trail ride, teaching them how to mount up. well, someone had used my saddle before me & didn't put the stirrups back where they were. I started to get on the horse & with the height of the stirrups up too high for me, I threw myself up AND over the other side of the horse, landing on the ground. I immediately jumped up & said, "And don't do that either." The boys got a good laugh for the day & we had a good time out on the trails.
    43. August 24th, 2013 at 8:29 pm
      Rachel N says:
      My husband and I bought a new car a few weeks ago. About a week after we got it, we were running errands, and he thought it would save time if he dropped me off at Starbucks to get our coffee, while he pumped gas next door. The plan was for him to meet me back in front of Starbucks.

      Before letting me out, I had to remind him that he needed to put the car in park before we could unlock the doors. He did, and I went inside, and off he went to the gas station. I ordered our coffee, and went back outside to wait for him. After a few minutes, he pulled up, and I walked to the car to meet him. I tried opening the door, and finding it locked, I told him again, YOU HAVE TO PUT IT IN PARK. Yes. I shouted a little. I'm not proud.

      After the car was parked, I opened the door and started to climb in, and reminded him in my most exasperated tone that I had JUST told him 5 minutes earlier that the car needed to be in park for the doors to unlock. In my moment of (admitted) ummmm....withchiness? it took me a second to realize that the seat I was getting into was already occupied by possibly the oldest old man I have ever encountered. I immediately began apologizing profusely, and thankfully they were so nice! It didn't stop me from hightailing it out of there, though. In my haste, it took me a few minutes to realize that A.) I had just yelled at and possibly terrorized a sweet elderly couple, and B.) When I yelled, SHE UNLOCKED THE CAR. Had I not been so embarrassed, I might have gone back to give her a PSA on unlocking your car for strangers who are yelling at you.

      When my husband finally did pick me up (at the far end of the shopping center-- there were people sitting outside Starbucks who watched the whole thing go down!), he wanted to know why I wasn't waiting AT Starbucks. I explained, and when he was finished laughing 15 minutes later, he was kind enough to drive me past the other car....and to my great horror, it was not even the same kind of car as ours. Not the same model, same brand....barely the same color. To this day, my kids taunt me when I walk through a parking lot.

      I think possibly the worst part of it is, a few days later, I did the same thing, only this time, the car was empty and unlocked, and I DID get in. I think I need a bumper sticker or something!
    44. August 24th, 2013 at 8:44 pm
      Jennifer says:
      When I was 16 me and my two best friends went to Disneyland. As we were waiting in line to get on the haunted house ride I noticed what looked like a scary mannequin woman standing by the entrance to get on the ride. I patted its chest and said "boy doesn't she look scary!" To my utter humiliation she screamed and said what are you doing! I couldn't believe it! I just patted the chest of another woman! I've never been so embarrassed
    45. August 24th, 2013 at 8:44 pm
      Elizabeth says:
      The spring after we moved into our new house, our new neighbors invited us over to play in their backyard. They are a *very* conservative family with a then 6 year old daughter. My second son who was three at the time was on the swings. I was pushing him and chatting with my neighbor while our kids played, when my son announced at the top of his voice, "I can feel the wind on my PENIS!!!" Apparently the breeze went right up the leg of his shorts. Not really the introduction I was going for! lol
    46. August 24th, 2013 at 9:09 pm
      sharon says:
      My most recent embarrassing moment occurred just this evening. I decide to take six of our seven children to church this evening, while my husband spent some quality time with just the one kiddo. We were having a great evening. The kids were well groomed (this can be a challenge since we have 5 kids age 5 & younger), sitting quietly, and following along. When my three year old daughter announces, none too quietly, the a trip to the restroom was needed. So I ask my second oldest son to escort her back, which to my surprise he gladly does. After what seems like the appropriate among of time, I think they should be back and the it hits me. A tiny voice crying momma that crescendos into a full on panicked screaming "Mommy" and the thundering gallop of my daughter's feet down the center aisle. We were sitting off to the side. I wanted to melt into the floor when I realized she had ditched her older brother and forgotten where we were sitting.
    47. August 24th, 2013 at 9:10 pm
      Tricia Thomas says:
      When I was 16 I went to a church function where we did baptisms. We dressed in our clothes and prepared to do them. There were about 35 kids who came, and I was the second person to go.

      Back story: While changing I realized that I had forgotten my bra. I know what you are thinking but no I did not go bra-less.... Instead I MADE one!!! I was brilliant, and ready to go! In the bathroom while changing I decided "Why not make one out of toilet paper!" So I did. I took the toilet paper and wrapped it around and around and around, over each shoulder a few times and then tied it in a neat little bow! SHEER GENIUS!!!!

      When it was my turn I did the baptisms and the entire time kept having toilet paper gushing out of my suit. Each time I would go down and up more and more would come out!!! When I would wipe the water out of my eyes it would ball up on my hand (you have seen toilet paper in water before!) The people there watching were looking in the water wondering what in the world was all over in the water! I finished and walked up the stairs and into the shower. I thought what a great idea! Totally worked! Although I did notice that there was no toilet paper left!?

      Two minutes into my shower came my friend Lyndsay and she yelled "Tricia you clogged up the font! They made me get out!" We all had to go home only 3 people got to do them and they had to shut the font down for 24 hours to drain and clean it.

      I had to do the walk of shame home and all the boys thought I 'stuffed my bra' To this day some people in Caldwell, Idaho still call me "CHARMIN"! My mom thinks it's best to just let people believe I was trying to stuff my bra instead of making one out of toilet paper!!! And that my friends is a true story I even have at least 34 people to back it up!!!:)
    48. August 24th, 2013 at 9:15 pm
      Tracy Jackson says:
      After my cousins wedding myself and some other family members headed back to the hotel to swim while everything was being wrapped up at the church by the older family members. It got late and we got hungry and realized the OCharleys across the street was going to close soon. I was the only one who didn't have my room key so I threw on a t-shirt and shorts over my wet bathing suit and went on to eat. After a great late night meal, we got up to leave. When I stood up and looked back I saw a huge bleached out print of my rear on the red leather seat! The chlorine from the pool had bleached out the seat and you could see exactly where I had sat! I froze not knowing what to do! My sister handed me her big cloth napkin and we threw it over the huge print in memory of my back side and left! I was mortified!!! Glad it was not my local restaurant and it was too late for them to seat anyone behind me! I still wonder what the person busting that table must have thought!!!
    49. August 24th, 2013 at 9:24 pm
      Jennifer says:
      My grandma and I were shopping for an upcoming vacation and I was looking for a black sarong to go with my new black swimsuit. We had split up in the women's department and then I hear her yell " hey Jennifer, I found a black schlong over here" .....I was mortified.... worse yet was explaining what a schlong was to my grandma....
    50. August 24th, 2013 at 9:36 pm
      Danielle Blech says:
      After giving birth, bodily functions were hard to control. Once, it became painfully clear when I leaned forward at the dinner table with my in laws and I passed gas at the dinner table. I was mortified.
    51. August 24th, 2013 at 10:10 pm
      Stacy says:
      My Sparkling Truth: I was at a new job at on the first casual Friday, I wore my favorite pair if jeans only to fall down in the dark supply closet amandine to tip my jeans on one leg from the knee to the crotch! I grabbed a big bag of materials and hunched over a little like they were heavy so I could run to my desk, grab my keys and get home! I muttered something toy office mate like I had to run home to return my Blockbuster movie! It was awful!
    52. August 24th, 2013 at 10:27 pm
      AmyT says:
      One of my most embarassing moments was in elementary school. We were just learning to play basketball. I finally got the ball and there was a big open end and basket for me to get to. I dribbled down the court thinking I'd get a basket and was doing great. The kids then started yelling that I was going to THE WRONG BASKET. Oooops.
    53. August 24th, 2013 at 11:23 pm
      candice says:
      During the last week of my pregnancy my husband and i attended the annual rodeo in our small town. Half way through i was walking down the bleachers when i felt liquid running down my legs. Causing quite a commotion i announced that my water had broken and we rushed to the hospital and got admitted. An hour later a laughing nurse told me that my water had not broken and that i had just peed my pants in front of hundreds of people. Most embarrassing was fielding phone calls from excited neighbors and friends who thought we were in labor and having to explain. My husband retold the story with glee. I didnt have my son until six days later.
    54. August 24th, 2013 at 11:35 pm
      Jessica S says:
      I asked a friend who is a professional photographer to take my wedding photos. I sent the pricing quote to my mom and she wrote back saying she thought the friend would give me a discount since we were friends. I told her I knew the prices were high, but she did amazing work and I thought it was worth it. We had several emails back and forth before I realized the friend was CC on the emails. She never said a thing, but I was mortified!
    55. August 25th, 2013 at 12:33 am
      Sascha says:
      My then boyfriend (now husband) and I were seniors in college. On a date we went to a very upscale art gallery. We were among the youngest there and were trying to play it cool and sophisticated like the other patrons. Everything went swimmingly until the very end, we were on our way out, I was walking just a step ahead of my date toward the big glass entry way. I ended up walking smack into a glass window/wall, and because he was following so closely (we couldn't keep our hands off each other) he ended up ramming into me and bumping me into the glass a second time. No sooner do we hit, does one of the VIPs walk by us (through the actual open door) not 2 steps to our left. So much for sophistication.
    56. August 25th, 2013 at 2:09 am
      Jenn says:
      I had just started dating my now husband and decided it was time for him to meet my family. We went to a bbq at my mom's house and were playing with some lawn games. All of a sudden my now husband tried to kick a ball toward me and somehow the stars aligned and it was a perfect kick right to my face. The ball smacked me straight in the face and my head was knocked back like a scene from a comedy movie. Of course he didn't do it on purpose but I spent a while hoping my family didn't think he was abusive or something. Great first impression!
    57. August 25th, 2013 at 6:38 am
      Holly S says:
      While checking out at the grocery store my sweet four year old son is pulling down his britches to show everyone his superhero moonie.
    58. August 25th, 2013 at 7:23 am
      JaImi says:
      Well, here it goes! Some of you will find this hilarious and a few mortifying! At the time I was on team mortifying, now looking back years later it's one of my funniest memories!
      I have 4 kids under age 6, so a closed door bathroom policy doesn't exactly exist in our home. When my twin girls were 3 1/2 one strolled into the bathroom as I was, uhhh hum , changing my tampon. She asked what it was and instead of some fabricated lie I told her the truth. I said mommies bleed and this is how we stop the bleeding. It was simple enough an explanation and she was satisfied, so all good right?
      A few weekend later we were at a party and one of the kids at the party fell
      And split his knee open.... My daughter comes frantically screaming toward all the parents, " hurry someone, I need a tampon!!! Anyone have a tampon? Ethan cut his knee open and there is blood everywhere!"
      ;). Gotta love kids!
    59. August 27th, 2013 at 12:36 pm
      Jessica says:
      I went to the doctor for my yearly appointment, ( I get really nervous when going to the doctor anyways, I get more nervous when I am in a sheet and gown.), so after it was all done, I went to sit up and didn't realize how far down to the bottom of the table I was and fell off the table, gown/sheet and all! Luckily or unluckily the doctor was there to catch me from hitting the ground.
    60. August 27th, 2013 at 2:58 pm
      Lisa Sharkey says:
      I was in the store with my 2 year old who was teething. I came across a baby and said "Oh, isn't that baby cute" and my daughter looked and said "that is the ugliest baby I have ever seen" right in front of the babies Mom. I wanted to crawl up and die.
    61. August 27th, 2013 at 6:55 pm
      Jannell H says:
      Woot! Woot! I'm so excited for the spa gift card! Thank you so so much! This lady is going to pamper herself for sure!
      • August 27th, 2013 at 10:09 pm
        Shelley says:
        Congrats Jannell!!! it's on it's way! :)
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