ADSactly Personal - Cringeworthy Moments: We have all been there... (Haven't We?)

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ADSactly Personal: Cringeworthy Moments: We have all been there... (Haven't We?)



Today, I thought I’d share some embarrassing moments with you, I am behind a computer screen, so you can’t see me cringe...

Shoe’d Look Next Time

At university, I had a job as a university warden, which meant that out of hours I was responsible (with three others) for making sure that all was as it should be in the halls of residence.

Nearly every day, there would be a fire alarm, that would require the fire engine to come out and investigate. Even though they were located just two minutes away, they took half an hour coming to check on us university rogues and vagabonds.

So the fire alarm would sound often, no matter what you were doing, even sleeping in 5 in the afternoon, as what happened to me.

So I threw my legs out of bed, put my shoes on and went out the door on autopilot to show the firemen where the alarm was going off and they could check we were all safe, before going to the main alarm panel to switch it off.

It was at this alarm panel when one of the firemen asked me “is that the new fashion?”

I looked somewhat confused by this question, being a jeans and t-shirt kind of gal and he pointed at my shoes.

I looked down.

I was wearing one white trainer and one red trainer.

“Yes, it’s a new fashion” I backtracked unsuccessfully wondering how the hell I hadn’t noticed before that point.

Although I have worn odd shoes since because I discovered there was such a thing as odd shoe day, where wearing odd shoes represents the fact that everyone is different. I like that.

Dirty Calum

I don’t know what you were like as a teenager, but I liked someone new practically every week, no staying power in those days. But it was something that us girls would tease each other about.

So, the earliest memory I have of going a beetroot shade of red is teasing my school friend that she fancied Dirty Calum, whilst we were in the queue waiting to go into a classroom. I know that sounds funny itself, who queues to go in a classroom, but there we were with the rest of the class too.

I was being quite loud about it, then everyone hushed and there was me carrying on in a sing-song voice “you fancy Dirty Calum” repeatedly, then there was a tap on the shoulder.

“Oh hi, Dirty Calum, how are you…”, wishing the floor would swallow me up.

He was good-looking, dirty blonde, thus the nickname (no, not really). He had quite the reputation, which carried on all through secondary school.

It makes me wonder how many little Dirty Calums there are out there. I wonder if he is burnt out now he is in his 40s, or still going strong.

I just googled “Dirty Calum Isle of Lewis” and a whole load of pictures and news stories about Donald Trump came up.

Turns out his mother lived on the Isle of Lewis. I’m in stitches.

And no Dirty Calum is not Donald Trump.

How Many Daddy’s Do You Think You Have?

One of the things that my kids loved to do most was to go a soft play area, with lots of plastic balls, slides and padded stuff they can run into full pelt.

Basically just run around like demented nutters in a ‘safe’ area kind of place, avoiding the other children so there are no clashes of heads.

At this time, I often took them on my own as my husband had major back issues, so was not able to join us on many occasions. This particular soft play area was located in a leisure center, where there was also a swimming pool and gym.

I was tired out from watching the kids for an hour. It is surprising how energy zapping that is.

As we were leaving, they were still hyper and my 3-year-old daughter saw a man coming out the gym and asked “is that my Daddy?”, which he heard very clearly and replied “sorry, no I am not your Daddy”

I apologized to him and told my daughter loudly that Daddy is at home and that the man didn’t even look like him. (I wasn’t lying, Daddy was actually at home at this point in time).

It still happens today, though, if I stop to talk to a man in the street, I can be sure that one of the kids will pipe up and say “Is that Daddy?”.

I am sure they are just testing me, to see if I remember or something. I am not likely to forget.

Stupidity at the Gym

When I was at university I visited the gym quite regularly, particularly the ab attack class and there was a time when I had abs of steel. I could do the plank for ages, or what seemed like ages - it was longer than the other people doing the class.

So I ventured into using the gym equipment, to tone up the other parts of my body. The rowing machine, the cycling machine, and the running machine.

I quite enjoyed the running machine, until one day I was happily running on it, and I noticed my shoelace was undone and I didn’t want to trip over it, so I bent down to fix the problem…

But guess what I forgot to do…

Yes, turn the running machine off, so I went flying off the end. It would have been a perfect Youtube moment.

I picked myself off the floor and looked around hoping nobody had seen me, but alas my momentary lapse in common sense had been witnessed.

So, I just got back on the running machine and carried on and pretended nothing had happened. The red face was due to working out, of course - I didn’t really just do that. Totally in denial, it was a figment of imagination by the four people who witnessed it (I’m so glad it wasn’t more).

Authored by @hopehuggs

Do you have any cringe-worthy moments, you will dare to share?

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I once got a great job. My new director sent out a company wide email announcing my hiring. To make a former girlfriend jealous I forwarded it to her.

She responded, “Congratulations. I am glad for you.”

Not satisfied I began to rehash why we broke up and how she was instrumental in my receiving the job but now she would not reap the benefits.

She responded with a curt reply detailing my flaws and the events that led to our breakup. I sent an email back detailing how rotten she had been to me as well. The chain continued for about seven emails back and forth until she finally stopped replying.

The next day my new director called and informed me the offer was retracted. Apparently everyone in the organization had been cc’d the entire exchange between us.

Oh no!!! How humiliating! I'd have died.

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That's hilarious!

Very funny. I wonder what will be going on in everyone's mind @ the organization.

That is a good tale. Them cc's are sneaky little things, getting on conversations they shouldn't, then you have the bcc's too.

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Haha, that's hilarious! It's a good reminder though. The email can be trickier than we think.

Too funny- sorry, man. Once when I was a kid, I was sitting in the front passenger seat of the car while my dad ran into the convenience store to buy something. I was bored, & somehow got into that dangerous mood of "I wonder what would happen if..." and

I pulled down on the stick shift, too young to know anything about what it did. I thought as a kid that nothing can happen if the car is off anyway.

well, he'd parked it in first gear, & i just put it into neutral...which is a big problem when you're parked on a sloped lot!

The car rolled backward & down towards the street, headed right into moving traffic. Siblings screamed in the backseat, & i couldn't figure out how to stop the car! Dad sees us out of the window,runs out of the store, jumps in the car by the time we get into one lane & pulls up the parking brake in the middle of angry drivers on the road who stopped around us. Epic fail🙃

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I have so many cringe worthy moments being a Black guy living in Thailand. For instance my girlfriend has to always tell our two year old that every Black man he sees is not Daddy (there are very few here). Also I have had to tell a lot of people that I do not know Barack Obama. (No we do not all know each other).

One of the worse was when I forgot to put the hose down on the washing machine which is located in one of the bathrooms here. I did my usual and put in the clothes, turned the thing on, and left to eat lunch. My girlfriend was out of town so only me around. When I came back to our apartment and turned the corner from the elevator, I was on autopilot and had no idea for about five feet that I was in about an inch of water in the corridor. I looked down and thought the cleaning people must have left the floor half mopped. It was not until I was about ten feet from my unit when it all hit me. I opened the door and water came rushing out (apparently washing machines will just keep going if the water level never says the water is out). Because the hose was not down it keep putting in and pushing out new water. The worse part is apparently the apartments are designed to push the water into the hallways so they are built with a slight slant.

I called my girlfriend and asked her what I should do because the entire corridor was flooded. She said I have to face the music. So I went downstairs to the office, took the lady there by the hand. (My Thai is not that good). Took her in the elevator (she had no idea what was going on). And then when we got to my floor and turned the corner from the elevators she saw it: THE FLOOD. She got on the phone and called maintenance and there was a small army of people in one minute there with mops and towels. Every maintenance person in the building (about 9 people) was there and wanted to see what the stupid foreigner had done. I took them all into the bathroom and acted out what I did and when they all got it, they began pointing at me and laughing hysterically. One guy laughed until he cried. Five minutes later my girlfriend called me and said they had called her to make fun of me.

In the end, it got cleaned up fine and no other harm done and the apartment dried out but for the next several days they would all point at me and laugh. EMBARRASSING! But I was laughing too after a while.

I have a washing machine one too! I was at university and at that time I lived in an apartment above a fish and chip shop, so when the washing machine leaked due do a malfunction by me wondering what that part of the washing machine did, I got in a bit of trouble. Moral of the story always teach your kids how to use a washing machine.

That guy laughing at you is the funniest part. I can just see it in his face. Cute story.

Well. Maybe one or two cringeworthy moments. Since yesterday :)

Maybe my favorite is this: I was riding in a serious rainstorm in rural Kentucky. It was early in the day and I had been drinking lots of coffee. I had to go. I mean I had to GO. So I pulled into a local gas station, parked, and headed to the bathroom. I was in such a hurry that I forgot to put the sidestand down. Crash. Down goes my 900# motorcycle. I didn't even look back, just went to the rest room. How would I stand that heavy pig up crossed my mind.

When I walked out, four young men jumped out of a car and wordlessly walked over and picked up my motorcycle. They'd watched the whole thing and figured out exactly what happened. They were very polite and hardly smiled as they helped me. I still have a fondness for Kentucky.

Thanks for the great stories. Made my Sunday morning much better!

At least that one shows the kindness of strangers. I think that most of us have been caught short at some point and would have some empathy.

Haha..

You've got real humour filled moments there and I think I have one as well.

Back then in high school as a boarding student, we were required to wake by 5am prep and proceed to go for morning mass by 5:30am.
On this particular day, I slept past the allowed time and woke 25mins (or there about) later than usual. By the time I woke, the seniors were all out flogging and sending everyone out of the hostels. I turned my 30min allocation into a 5min rush bath, cream and dress and dashed to the chapel.
After the procession, I my left ear started to tingle, just then my seat mate in class came (he usually got by cause he was beautiful and had a school father) and was given a seat beside me. After good mornings had been exchanged, he handed me a piece of tissue passed from my crush on the next column.

On it was inscribed

"For your left ear"

I stuck my left index finger into my left ear and discovered a large mass of soap foam in. I felt really ashamed as the girls in the other column giggled.

Always check the mirror before you leave! Something that I don't do myself I must admit and I've ended up going outside with things kids have put in my hair.

I've never missed a day since that event took place

That is SOOO darling. She probably had a crush on you.

Lol.. Not really

Great writing here. Totally interesting.
I know how you might have thought thinking that no one saw you. I have been there. :)
I once had this bad experience at the gym.
It was the fall of 2006. I was still in College and decided to work out at the school rec center. It was a Monday because MNF was on. I wanted to get on a treadmill where the TV that was showing the game was directly in front of me. After waiting a few minutes, I got a treadmill that was about 3 treadmills to the right of the TV.
So I start running and about 3 miles in, I fell off of the treadmill. This was due to me trying to watch the football game a few TV screens over. One foot was on the track, the other foot was on the plastic side area. It was really embarrasing since the whole place was packed.
Everyone around me asked if I was ok. I immediately went to the restroom and call it a night. I looked down on my shin and noticed I was bleeding. I use my towel to wipe the blood off, the cut wasn't just a normal scrape...I could see my bone. I didn't feel any pain. I never noticed this but where your shin and skin are, there isn't much meat/muscle there.
Went to the ER, got 7 stitches. The doctor that stitched me up made a few jokes about losing to a treadmill then told me treadmill accidents are very common. I wasn't sure if he was trying to make me feel better or if the was being serious.

But in all these its natural to over analyse and feel bad, but dont let one day cause you another one. Great post @adsactly

Wow, that embarrassment stopped the feeling of pain - you might be onto something there. I am glad in my case it was just my pride that was bruised.

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I can imagine how you felt that day at the gym!
Moral: always check your shoe laces before using the threadmill😀

Yes, and also remembering machines don't generally stop unless you press the stop button.

Yes its true! I Love your username, am also a mum of two, sometimes hopes and hugs is all we need to move on 😊
I just followed you.

I had a good laugh, but yes I too have some embarrassing moments but would make me most uncomfortable to share, no even to think of where to begin.

That's ok, I realise the blockchain is forever and I have shared some cringeworthy moments for the world to see forever.

yeah it is here to stay, but at least it was good to read and made allot of people go down their own memory lane!

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Haha same here! I do have a lot of cringeworthy moments, in fact I have one everyday. I just try to laugh it all off. 😂😂

Do you have any cringe-worthy moments, you will dare to share?
Of course, How About the Cringeworthy moment at the trainstation, having rushed out the house, and waiting for the next train to arrive with all the other million commuters. I thought I was looking pretty smart. But was getting some funny looks ......what.......what the feck you staring at.... oh I see....... you're looking at the foot long fluorescent yellow furry cat toy dangling out of the bottom of my suit trousers (not pants I'm from England) and dangling behind me and coming out of the back of my smart work shoes. Ha Ha.....At least it wasn't hanging out of my pants guys!

I am from UK too, yes trousers! It is great you can look at this from the point of view that it could have been worse.

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Thanks for the smiles and the sharing lol so I'll put myself out there and give you one back. I've told a few people about this, but not many... I was sixteen years old, and getting ready for a boy to pick me up for a date, so all kinds of nervous as well. It's only my dad and I home, and he was asleep in his room at the end of the house. I was in the shower, thinking I had plenty of time - when the doorbell rang. My first thought was that either I was very late or my date had showed up early. My second was that I hadn't said anything to my father that I was expecting someone yet, and there was no one else to answer the door. In a panic, I jumped out of the shower with soap all over me still, threw a big towel around me, and raced out the bathroom door. Down the TILED hallway toward my father's room... Needless to say - as I'm sure anyone reading this could predict - moving full tilt, my feet slipped out from under me before I could reach my dad's door. It was an 'oh god save me' moment the instant I felt myself start slipping. I slid the last ten feet down the hall, towel flying, to crash upside-down in a heap on the floor up against the hall linen closet - right in front of my father's open door. All I caught was a brief glimpse of my father's very shocked and confused face as I snagged my towel around me and skittered out of sight, and the words 'What ARE you doing?' following behind me. Decently covered, if beet red and completely mortified, I stepped (carefully) back to my dad's door and stammered that someone was at the front door, and that I was expecting so-and-so, and I wasn't dressed.
I escaped back to the bathroom, my father still frowning at me with some concern, and he went to answer the door. It was the postman.
Almost thirty years later, I've had many more embarrassing moments, but this one always stands foremost. I hope I never top it :)

That one certainly gave me a chuckle. I can see why it is really memorable.

By the writing and style of it, you seem so down to earth. I love doing the treadmill too and I witnessed once that my shoelace was undone, but I turned off the machine before tying the shoelace. The "Dirty Calum" story was really cute. The "shoe'd look next time" showed me how responsible and selfless you were in you college days. Besides, I agree with you conclusion on the story that everybody is different. Another thing that I really liked about this entire post is the titles of all the stories. :)

Thank you, those are very nice compliments.

You're welcome. :)

😂 😂 😂 😂 😂 😂
The running machine story got me the most and the shoe-disorder.
Oh dear.
I once forgot to do my dress-zipper. I wore a jacket on my unzipped dress, I took off the jacket at the event when I got hot.... 😂😂 and voila!!! It was so crazy embarrassing

Wardrobe malfunction!

A terrible one 😂

First off i love how the English and Australians on here use the word nutter secondly one of my more recent moments of embarasment was when me and my daughter who was about 3 ( she is quite a pistol) and she said "look a bird" and this little old lady said "oh , do you like birds hun?" before i could muzzle the child she belts out "NO! THEY POOP ON YOUR HEAD!" I will never be able to get that poor ladys reaction face out of my mind. It was like she had her whole life flash before her eyes.

Oh yes, kids definitely can say the most interesting of things that make life more interesting for sure.

still wonder why your children keep mistaking other people for their dad,, really funny.. although I did something similar any way.. but it was intentionally because my mum and dad had some difficulties in their marriage, and I felt doing something like that would re-kindle their love... @adsactly

Maybe that is the answer to why they do it.

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OK,it was my first year at the college,andmost of the students used to come by bycylces I was too the same case as our age didn't permit to ride the bikes that time.
Once I somehow managed one of my uncle to give his bike for a day,initially he resisted but at last he finally agrees to give me bike for one day.i was excited and called my friend and told him about the happening he too gets excited,so I picked my friend from his home.now the fun part
In the way to college we saw one of our college best looking girl also going to college on smooth,so me and my friend decide to tease her,so what we did was I drove my bike so close to her that she had to pulled over her scooty off the road and stop,and my friend gives her a devil laugh.
The next day as usual we have to ride the bycylces only , again she met with us but this time we were on bicycles and she was on her scooty and she did the same with us.she put us off road laughed like monster.we were not in any conditions to react.

They aren't supposed to joke back! An unexpected turn of events.

Ha ha.. Another; walking to the door and not opening it in the first try is probably a shame for everyone. We continue to pull the door we need to open it by pushing it, pushing the door to pull it open. Because decorators or architects are not concerned with how embarrassed we are in this situation, but how beautiful the buildings look.

Yes it when you do it more than once, then it gets embarrassing, or keep pushing on a pull door or vice versa.

Nice one this time around
Enjoy this joke.
Spiritual problem is when you trek 10km to work just to get there and realized that the office key is at home ,so u bottle up all the emotions this time n trek back home leaving d heavy bag at the office doorstep.on getting home now the house key is actually in the bag you left,so you boil up a lil bit but work must go on so u trek back to the office pick up the bag angrily and make your way back to the house,on getting home you dip your hands into the bag now see the office key.so you just sit on the floor locate the nearest plantain tree with your eyes and shout make una kuku kill me..
🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

I have returned home many a time thinking I'd forgot something, but it was in a pocket I didn't usually put it in, or I didn't see it first 3 times I looked through my handbag.

Those are awesome! One of my favs of mine- I am a singer/worship leader. I was on stage doing a song with the band...I was the only singer and right up front. I was wearing these cool super high platform sandals. I took a step back and hit an uneven spot on the floor and rolled my ankle...it took me 3 tries to get my balance back but I managed not to fall AND I kept singing the entire time lol. I just kept going and pretended that nothing out of the ordinary was going on!

Carry on regardless. Well saved.

This was good reading on a Sunday morning. I've had a few cringeworthy moments, I guess I can share one of them. Reading about your gym moment, it reminded me of my own very special gym moment.

I was 18 years old, and had decided that I needed to start working out. I was a bit chubby and I figured that in order to have better luck with the ladies, a bit of muscle was needed. So I signed up for a gym full of ambition. I googled something along the lines "how to get big and strong fast", and found some terrible program to follow. Not knowing better, I thought I had everything figured out.

After a couple of weeks of working out, I got on the bench press, putting on way too much weight. Halfway through the first set, my body shut down. I could not for the life of me lift up the weights. So there I was, with this heavy piece of metal pressing on my chest, not able to figure out how to get out of this on my own. When things started to hurt, I swallowed my pride and called some big ass gym rat over and politely asked if he could help me.

I never returned to that gym.

I don't blame you, good thing there are plenty of gyms.

Such moments are embarrising for a time and then they become cherishable memories!!!
I once went to a cafe for having a quick lunch as i had an exam right after. I was reading through my notes while having lunch, finished it quickly, paid and head towards the door when the manager came to and said u have a thing of ours, can u please return it! Out of anxiety i started making faces and told him that i am not ghat tyoe of girl! Ge said u r taking our menu along and tgats when i realised i accidently took their menu with my notes 🙈🙈

I like that story, anxiety and nerves can make situations even more cringeworthy sometimes.

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Haha love it.. Hey is it Daddy no it aint your daddy.. this is kinda very humorous stuff... And bdw the stuff that happened to you at gym is the most common thing i have myself seen happening at Gyms... But what happened with you was because you didn turn off the machine, here the reasons are different. We dont have those many unisex Gyms out here but where it is , there many things like this happen, Haha Some daddy's run wild on it when they see a Girl passing by, instead of running on treadmill, they i guess fly with the essence of that Girl and it results in the bang and the post reactions are always hilarious. Bdw during my teenage, I saw a Girl at my tutions, i went to tell her that i need your help in assignment, the moment i greeted her hello , she smiled, i said what happened, she replied i knew u were going to propose me, i was like "in my damn happy head whats this , i need assignments," she was waiting .. and today i am waiting for her always because i just got married to her recently.. love at first Sight though cringy but seriously killing me everyday but in in a nice way though ;)

That is sweet. Must be interesting seeing it happen on a regular basis. I must admit the main reason I went to the gym was because I had a crush on one of the instructors and that just made me think of another cringeworthy tale, but I'm done for today on that front.

Yea we all have our reasons... There are many untold cringy tales though ;)

Haha lol the thing with the tel different shoes once happens with a colleague of mine. It was really funny :’)!

& it is really cute that your kids keep asking by every man that they see ‘is that daddy’. It’s almost like they wanted to let you know don’t talk to strange man only daddy! Hahaha ^^

Sometimes I don't talk to anyone and they still say it about random men. Never a woman, thankfully that could awkward.

Thanks for another good read again before I end my night and sleep tight my friend :)

I was waiting for an interview. My very first interview. I was living with my girlfriend, away from my hometown. She was finishing her university studies. One of us had to work. So here I was. Thin as a reed, pale, sweaty palms, mid-20s, waiting to be called for the first part of the interview. As I was waiting in that clenching anxiety, I decided, as a reminder of my barbarian roots, to pick my nose and make a little mucus ball of the impurities of my nose. And that I did. Beautiful, perfect, round ball. Exact weight, good balance. Was a thrill to shape it in an endless loop with the tip of my fingers. So, yeah, I got attached to my little lucky charm, anxiety repellant, ball of mucus. Time went by quickly while me and Willson ( yes, I've named after the famous Willson from The Outcast ) were having quality time together. Finally, a door opened. One tall, magazine-cover-like-girl asked for my name. I mumble something. Willson was quiet as fuck. So she smiled in the most beautiful way. I forgot that I had a girlfriend or that I was at an interview. She approached me and extended her hand to salute me. Me, like a motherfucking idiot, I joyfully extended mine and shook her tiny, grapes smelling, silky smooth hand. And I passed Willson to her. And I died a little inside. And I didn't slept that night. And they didn't fucking call back.

So yeah, that was cringy.

My cringe-worthy moments always happen in hindsight! 😬

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Is there anything more embarrassing than asking someone from one of your classes for the homework, only to have him or her ask who you are? that's what happening to me Oh, I’m sorry, wrong person!
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There are many experiences in real life that all feel afterwards. Your writing is very much like it.
I apreciate your post.

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If about fire , you need to do a lot of exercises ;)

Hmmn
Some part is funny though, the running machine part.
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Good work,good posts.

Your story was very interesting and also funny. When I read story of classroom. I went back my in past in classroom of high school . I felt my past , now it is very painful for me. So i cant you your total story in this case.

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Nice post @adsactly. Happy sunday too

Okay I'm sorry. I dunno if I'm supposed to laugh but that gif really cracked me up 😂😂

Love this post.

I'm a lazy bum tho. Exercising ain't my thing....

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very nice life funny humor adsatly blo0g...
thanks for sharing

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Whats more cringy when your Daughter calls somebody else Daddy :;) Kids are amazing and just so pure hearted..

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It is true and so funny

Nice funny..
Thanks for sharing..

Hahahaha... I am loving this all over! I particularly enjoyed reading @hopehuggs gym experience!

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I was the fun type to be with... i was nicknamed "mr nice guy".... During my secondary school days, Girls love to approach and give me advice because they thought am the better of other dudus... they will be like " Mike you know our term exams is coming up... reduce or even stop playing Football and concentrate more on your studies"..... others will be like " i know you are brilliant, i know what you can do during exams... thanks for sharing your story @adsactly, its worthwhile

Cringeworthy Moments

a very interesting story. surely many people see it.

Me encantó tu post, divertido y muy bien elaborado. Saludos @adsactly

I actually liked the one where you daughter was reffering every man as her father :P

it reminds me of the incidents with my dog. Every time, I took him to the garden. he would play, ask me to play and so on. And there was this old man group, who use to hate my little baby as he may poop or pee around and as soon as my dog would see any of them, he would just jump over them and when I try pulling him back, he would refuse to even move a bit. And then he would pee just in front of them just so they can again shout at me !!! :P :P

Buen post.

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Pushing a 'pull' door.

Plot twist: When you're the doorman.

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I like it @ADSactly

lolz really it made me smile :) a unique sort of post from you side.

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We’re adapting to new realities that are dominated by technology. That’s a big part of life now. And evolving to fit it isn’t all bad, though some of the effects are harmful.

Perhaps, on the whole, embarrassment and perplexity are a kind of natural accompaniment to life and movement; and it is better to be driven out of your senses with thinking which of two things you ought to do than to do nothing whatever, and be utterly uninteresting to all the world

I had a good laugh, but yes I too have some embarrassing moments but would make me most uncomfortable to share, no even to think of where to begin.

nice blog, I really like, because with a funny blog I became entertained, thank you

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Very interesting, i guess we all have had Cringeworthy moments, but often we dont say anything to the person that casuses it.
Im starting to get better in coment to someone if i have issues with that person, i think its getting easier the older you get and the more wisdom you get also.

Dirty Calum isle of lewis!!!.... That was hillarious
And yeah i also get a red face each time i work out!!! lmao

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Wonderful post. Thank's for the share.

Good

there is nothing better than day after day, and sometimes, as the saying goes, the best is what happens.

buen blog! Muy divertido. Thanks for sharing.

How embarrassing, but it can happen,
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