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Most Embarrassing Moment

I can't for the life of me remember a recent embarrassing moment. Either I've blocked them out or I'm just too old to get embarrassed anymore. Lol. Today's post topic reminds me of the go-to answer I've always used for this question in the past though, so that's what I'll share with you.

So I think it was 8th grade or so... I was on an overnight retreat with my classmates. We stayed in some barn in the middle of nowhere that had bunk-beds and a tv in it - that's pretty much all I remember about the setting. Oh, and we watched The Cutting Edge (remember that movie?).

So I had been sick that week but still really wanted to go on the retreat anyway. I had been feeling better, but apparently not fully better, because at one of our group inspirational talks, I ended up throwing up all over myself... and the girl sitting next to me... in front of probably 30-40 of my classmates. Awesome...

Everyone was really nice about it, of course, but being an eighth-grader, and a very SHY eighth-grader at that, it was pretty mortifying.

What about you? What's your most embarrassing moment?


  1. Love that film- "Toe pick". Most embarrassing moment was probably turning up to a birthday party at a friends house a week early only for said friends to tell everyone and laugh about it at school all week!

  2. Oh gosh, puking in public is sooo embarrassing in general, let alone in middle school! Something similar happened to me during choir practice in the 8th grade. I had to excuse myself, didn't even get permission from the teacher - just ran out and puked down the hallway until I got to the bathroom. TERRIBLE!!!


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