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CosplayCinema
01-15-2011, 01:22 AM
I have like....2

So my uncle Aaron was visiting from Boston and we were having dessert and him and Aunty Barbie (Her real name is elizabeth but she looks like a barbie) were being silly and making everyone laugh. Uncle Aaron said something really pervertedly funny and made me laugh, well while i was eating dessert (Cheesecake) I inhaled the crust part on accident and choked. So for about a week after his visit i was having this major issue breathing and my school nurse forced me home and made my mom take me to the hospital. So we go and i'm in there all night, i'm telling the doctors everyone and getting into arguments with a doctor who was trying to say i had asthma. So i'm in the emergency room from 11 pm to about 4 am the next day arguing and coughing, and getting check ups before i get an xray. This xray showed the actual cheesecake crumbs just chillen like villains in the lower chamber of my right lung. I spent three days in the hospital, i wasn't allowed to eat till the 2nd day, i had to use an oxygen tank, did nebulizers, got stuff pumped into my i.v and get a camera shoved down my nose @.@. All this because of cheesecake and my uncle being a dork......

And the 2nd not so proud moment was from my first con in which most videos i found were of mostly me....dancing....on stage....while everyone cheered 'TOBI! TOBI! WHOO! I LOVE YOU TOBI!!' most in which were girls who some how managed to believe i was an adorable, young, pudgy emo boy @.@

Archangelz
01-15-2011, 01:33 AM
Mine was pretty bad. I was a wide receiver for the '96 Bears. It was a hard fought season and the Super Bowl was before us. Like soldiers on the battlefield, we took to our task full of piss and vinager. We were ready to crush our opponents, the Florida Marlins, under our cleats. Bruised, bloody, and weary, it was the fourth quarter of the game when it came time to nut up or shut up. The play, the annexation of Puerto Rico, was our ace in the hole. I was to run up the right side, slip left past the bowler, and serpentine up the field to take a long toss after our quarterback did a tricky hand off jumble rumba behind the goalie. The ref dropped the ball and it was on. I juked, I jived, and then to my extreme horror I slipped on a banana peel and fell right on my pads. The play was a bust and it cost us the trophy that season. I was released as a free agent the next year and no one wanted to pick me up. A receiver who can't finish a simple play isn't worth his salt...

CosplayCinema
01-15-2011, 01:36 AM
Some how....that seems more like you were just...bsing.... .-. now i feel like you think i'm bsing about the cheesecake...cause for some reason no one believes me about it...

Archangelz
01-15-2011, 01:38 AM
I have like....2

So my uncle Aaron was visiting from Boston and we were having dessert and him and Aunty Barbie (Her real name is elizabeth but she looks like a barbie) were being silly and making everyone laugh. Uncle Aaron said something really pervertedly funny and made me laugh, well while i was eating dessert (Cheesecake) I inhaled the crust part on accident and choked. So for about a week after his visit i was having this major issue breathing and my school nurse forced me home and made my mom take me to the hospital. So we go and i'm in there all night, i'm telling the doctors everyone and getting into arguments with a doctor who was trying to say i had asthma. So i'm in the emergency room from 11 pm to about 4 am the next day arguing and coughing, and getting check ups before i get an xray. This xray showed the actual cheesecake crumbs just chillen like villains in the lower chamber of my right lung. I spent three days in the hospital, i wasn't allowed to eat till the 2nd day, i had to use an oxygen tank, did nebulizers, got stuff pumped into my i.v and get a camera shoved down my nose @.@. All this because of cheesecake and my uncle being a dork......

And the 2nd not so proud moment was from my first con in which most videos i found were of mostly me....dancing....on stage....while everyone cheered 'TOBI! TOBI! WHOO! I LOVE YOU TOBI!!' most in which were girls who some how managed to believe i was an adorable, young, pudgy emo boy @.@

Too long, didn't read. You question my tales of glory!?!?!?! Don't. Ever.

CosplayCinema
01-15-2011, 01:43 AM
a banana in a super bowl stadium field...........not believeable at all..... and really....'96....that would make you like...my mom's age or something.....and i don't remember anything about the Marlins or the Bears being in the super bowl in '96....i am a football fan....

Archangelz
01-15-2011, 01:53 AM
a banana in a super bowl stadium field...........not believeable at all..... and really....'96....that would make you like...my mom's age or something.....and i don't remember anything about the Marlins or the Bears being in the super bowl in '96....i am a football fan....

Over your head joke is over your head!

Sorry love, you're just not getting it. Here's another clue: I'm 26 years old.

Origin
01-15-2011, 03:51 AM
My most unglorious moment? Oddly enough, in a convention.

Dancing with my boyfriend at the Masquerade waltz (thank GOD for masks) and I am a terrible dancer, he's still trying to get me into classical dance lessons with him. Well I ever so gracefully step back at the wrong moment, heel goes into nearby girl's dress, IIIIIII <- (heavy emphasis on the I) fall over (not the girl who suddenly got a heel into her dress...) dragging my boyfriend, poor heel-marked-dress girl, her dance partner and a nearby passer by carrying two small cups of water. Entire room turns to stare. I apologize to the girl and try to leave gracefully and trip over a chair. -_- Fml.

koi-ishly
01-15-2011, 04:11 AM
All this because of cheesecake and my uncle being a dork.....

You made my morning =)
Sorry it happened though...

*** Edit: Now I feel bad for not contributing. I'm uber sick so this is all that came to mind.

I used to swim competitively. Every summer I would join a summer swim team, and w/ summer swim teams it was all about the shenanigans w/ some club teams frown upon (well, at least during practice).

My team was warming up and our coaches call us out to do sprints. So I get up, climb on the diving platform (not the bouncy ones), I bend down and get ready for my start. My team mate dashes behind me and gives me a suit wedgie. Now, mind you depending on the position of the pool... you could have spectators on the sides or by the start depending.

I pretty much mooned my entire team and half of the spectators/officials. And cause I didn't want to get in trouble (or pick the wedgie out). I swam the length of the pool and mooned the rest of the spectators.

Ineedaname9
01-15-2011, 04:11 AM
The day I went to school without pants on... I was running late for finals and I did for three over nighters in a row...so I wasn't thinking very logically? I passed the final, but my friends never let me live that down... At least I was wearing boxers, and not my usual lacy undies (Due to no money for laundry) I also told my mother, the person who drove me to my final that day, to mention something if I'm missing something important like pants...

I'd admit this seems rather funny now but it wasn't then. I was swearing like a sailor at my stupidity and about how cold it is in winter time. There was also random laughter and my professor barely let me take my exam dressed like that. (Sweater, boxers, shoes and mismatched socks)

CosplayCinema
01-15-2011, 09:42 AM
XD Glad to see that everyone isn't embarressed to say, i know i was the first like....two weeks

'why were you gone most of last week?!' 'cause i um....uh....you see.....i got cheese cake in my lung....' 'oh man cheese cake? we tell you to stop inhaling your food'

at one point i was called cheese cake shorteh @.@ for like a month...

TARDISTimeLord
01-16-2011, 01:19 AM
I have a couple, but I'll tell only three.
I'm in Color Guard, right? Girls/Guys with flags and rifles and sabers. Right?
Last year, I was on the 50 in one of our movements where it was all slow and beautiful and we had these gorgeous blue swing flags in both of our hands. Bear with me while I try to describe what happened.
It was Championships, I was on the 50. It was our big flag feature with everybody right in front and I was smiling like nobodies business. Anyways, we had this move where we lean to the side on our tip toe while putting our left foot to our knee. (A posse, for people who know dance) Anyways, I was smiling largely, we did this, my foot got caught on my pant leg when I tried to put it down. I fell, and time went all slo-mo like I was in a movie or something, and I just looked at my coach's face as I fell. Well, I immediately got up and no one suspected a thing. Afterwards, my Coach said 'I think somebody fell, but I didn't really notice.' Next week, class time, with the Drum Line who hated us, we watched the video, and everyone pointed out my fall and laughed and played it over about 4 times. I still can't live it down, because every time I'm on the 50/near the front, my coach and everyone else says 'Now don't fall!'

This one is morbid.
This year in Color Guard, we were learning a new toss. We were going strong with 11 members, with 2 of them boys. We were in a very close space, because our school is stupid and doesn't give us ample practice space 'cause the hate up. Anyways, my friend went to do the toss (we all did) and it went flying into this boy's nose. Everyone started freaking out when it started bleeding profusely. Whilst this was going on, all I could think about was 'His blood is really healthy.' and 'That's a beautiful shade of red.' Everyone scolded me for not showing emotions.
I guess the second really didn't fit, but I'm not going to delete it.

In 4th grade, my dad tried to convince me to stay home, but I had a really important math test to take that day, so I had to go to school. All I remember from that day, besides feeling extremely sick, is finally getting that important test, looking at the paper ruler on the top of it, and throwing up all over the place... I don't even remember if I got to retake it.

FunnyValentine
01-16-2011, 01:46 AM
The cheesecake thing so scared me cause I accidentally inhaled a piece of macaroni tonight but I've been swallowing foods I ate after fine. o.o

bodatheyoda
01-16-2011, 02:02 AM
loooong story so I'll give the short version: (btw this story contains vomit)

I woke up feeling blah but we have Christmas shopping to do. I ate lunch and went with my mom and my cousin to a flea market where they had this thing my mom wanted. we park the car and start walking towards one of the entrances and it hits me...I have to throw up.

I go to a garbage can thankful I got there in time, only to find that it has a lid with holes in the side. I shoot one vomit volley trying to make it in and half of it misses, so I give up on that and just do it on the ground. I take my hat off so it doesn't fall off my head into my...pool.

I'm throwing up non stop and my mom runs away to find a way to clean it up or something. All the while people are almost bumping into me while I am throwing up. finally I stop and I kid you not I threw up for 5 full minutes. My mom shows back up holding a handful of napkins and says: "I don't think these will work."

I say: "Look I took my hat off so it wouldn't fall in!" Gust of wind proceeds to blow my hat onto the ground into my...stuff. We say screw it and run to where the thing is for mom get it and start to leave. My mom then decides we need to at least pick the hat up. I tell her I'm not doing it and if she really is that dead set on it she has to do it. We pass the place up and she goes over to pick the hat up from the middles of my gift I left for everyone. But she couldn't because, since it was the weekend before Christmas and only about 15 degrees outside...it was frozen to the vomit.

I spent the rest of the day a quivering pile of worthlessness...it was terrible lol

Nikomarete
01-16-2011, 11:23 PM
The Friday before Labor Day Weekend last semester, I was on my merry way on the bus to my last class of the day before a glorious 3 day weekend. Well, somehow I managed to pretty much faceplant fall off the bus during my exit, and sprained my ankle pretty damn bad just to make things that much worse. Nobody even tried to help me up and the only person to ask if I was okay was the bus driver from within the bus. T_T

I tried to play it cool and be like "^__^ I'm alright!.. -teary eyes-" because it hurt like a MOTHER... but I didn't want to be a baby. Sooo, unaware of how bad I actually had hurt myself, I walked the remaining 2 blocks to the class building and took the 2 flights of stairs up to where the classroom was as I didn't know where the elevator was.

My lovely friend Jayce got to class wondering why I looked like I was going to burst into tears at any moment and bought a can of Coke to use as a makeshift ice pack for my ankle that had swollen up like a balloon while I sat through German class, not paying attention to a word my professor said because I was in so much pain simply from sitting there. Dx

Needless to say, I spent my night in the ER getting x-rays to make sure it wasn't broken (it wasn't, just damn near it), embarrassed to be in the ER merely for a sprained ankle, high and nauseous on painkillers because I couldn't walk without bursting into tears (Note: I have a very high pain tolerance), while stumbling around on crutches. First time ever with crutches. SUCKED.

Spent the 3-day weekend in bed with my ankle on ice, proceeded to go to class on crutches for 2 weeks while continuously icing my ankle, and almost half a year later, my ankle STILL isn't healed yet. Yes, I fucked it up that badly.

ALL BECAUSE I FELL OFF A BUS. (Such a long story to explain why it sucked, I know. HUGE GREEN WALL OF TEXT. xD) I felt like such a retard. Dignity, not intact any longer.

rubyspitfire
01-17-2011, 08:58 PM
i have what i like to call "foot-in-mouth" syndrome. i'd have a harder time telling about the days i don't publicly embarrass myself

ShinobiXikyu
01-17-2011, 09:22 PM
I dunno if this is more embarassing or what, but, here's one that comes to mind. I'm sure I've got more, but this is the one I remember right now....

I was about 10 or 11, and my mom's friend was having a baby shower. At that age I was also big into Victorian fashion, so I was decked to the nines in Lolita-esque clothing (Mary Janes, ruffly poofy-skirted dress with a petticoat, white lace-trimed gloves, fancy hat and all that) and trying to keep pristine as possible. There was also another girl there a year or two younger than me, wearing white and also trying to keep pristine.
So, we eventually get kinda bored, go outside, and get onto the porch bench-swing (though not on the porch, but the lawn), thinking that'll be fine. No. We swing too hard/high, annnd it literally flipped over and sent us flying off of it and onto the grass. We aren't hurt, but embarassed. We managed to giggle it off before our panicked parents ran over, buuuuuuuut the improptu flying lesson wrecked both our clothes. X_X

Yukikittie
01-18-2011, 09:13 AM
In October, while we were outside on the soccer field practicing drills for marching band, I tripped backwards. Now this was an epic trip, because I fell backgrounds and like skid a few inches on the ground. While yelling out, "OH SHI-!" before hitting the ground.
Annnd I sprained my ankle really badly. Annnd there was a dent in my baritone, which fell with me and bounced on the ground.
But I didn't tell anyone how my wrist hurt like a bitch, so I toughed it out like a true band nerd and went through the entire practice. Ohmygod it hurt so badly though, I would nearly break into tears every time I picked the baritone up and carried it.
Then I got out of school, went to the doctor's, and got a thingy that held my wrist in place so it wouldn't hurt, and I took ibuprofen like a boss.
The only good part was that I got to skip like a week of marching band 'cause of it. :toothy:

Odile
01-18-2011, 07:05 PM
Uh, getting hit by a car.

And then schooching off of said car before anyone could react and sprinting for my bus. Only deciding to go to see a doctor when I realised I'd spit my elbow open a little and had destroyed my bag by bleeding on it. Getting off the bus and making for the nearest medical center and having to convince the nurse that it was my actual body that had been struck and not my car. I think I scared both doctor and nurse half to death, 'cause they freaked out a little. Which made me burst into tears... I even mistakenly gave them the impression I was brave when they were cleaning out my elbow, when all I was doing was trying to find out what the heck was burning the darn cut and was a heartbeat away from swearing my head off.

Then the worst part was refusing to go home because I didn't want to be alone, getting in to work with my bandaged and bruised body and proceeding to do this with every person who asked me what had happened: "Oh I got hit by a car! Okay, can't talk, bye!" *running faster to the office*

I'd let my boss and then (med student) boyfriend know ahead of time, but was so embarrassed that I turned off my phone after sending a garbled text message referencing dance skills as having saved my life. That one came back to haunt me. I'd scared the living daylights out of all of them, refused to go home and refused to go to hospital. Insisting that if the doctor and nurse had sent me on my way without calling an ambulance and having me taken away then I was fine.

Yeah, no one was impressed with me at all, and one of my friends who worked with me would tell everyone, even our customers what had happened. All the time.

RicanPlatano
01-24-2011, 01:23 PM
i have three...

1. Once i went swimming with a bunch of guy friends from my neignborhood. (i was like 14 and a tomboy.. Anyways) i wore a bikini. well the pool was crowded and kids were sitting all over the stairs in fear of drowning so instead of using the stairs to get out of the pool i just pulled myself up on the side. Well, my bikini bottom fell completely off on my way out then kind of floated away and one of the guys yelled "thats all i came to see" they all looked at my lady parts and got out of the pool and left >_<

2.i've always loved clothes and dressing up and all. but when trying on clothes and dressing up i usually throw my clothes in a pile. well, at some point i made this a habit to just throw all my clothes in a pile after washing them, rather than putting them away. Well, my underwear got caught in one of my shirts and i didn't realize it (because i was wearing two shirts and it was caught in between) during my second class for the day i had to sneeze so i got up to get some tissue and they fell out. i noticed when i got back to my seat and was just in shock to the point where i couldn't move. everyone in the class noticed and the teacher asked who they belonged to. no one answered so he grabbed some tissue and threw them away.

3. my final one was in the same year of highschool as 2. (it was a rough year..) well, i had a crush on this guy and he was in a band. so I went to one of his gigs to support him. afterwards my dad and his friend picked me up. my dad had been drinkin and he knew the name of the guy i liked.. well he knew it started with a J (Josh) so he yelled out every name that started with a J as he wondered the property and then when he found him he dragged him back to the car and forced him to say hello to me. also, forced him to ask how my evening was.

hope everyone here feels better now. >_<

Axelai
01-24-2011, 01:44 PM
Last weekend.

Don't drink on an empty stomach.

I'm SO sorry Alex ;A;

Eau de Decus
01-24-2011, 02:25 PM
In October, while we were outside on the soccer field practicing drills for marching band, I tripped backwards. Now this was an epic trip, because I fell backgrounds and like skid a few inches on the ground. While yelling out, "OH SHI-!" before hitting the ground.
Annnd I sprained my ankle really badly. Annnd there was a dent in my baritone, which fell with me and bounced on the ground.
But I didn't tell anyone how my wrist hurt like a bitch, so I toughed it out like a true band nerd and went through the entire practice. Ohmygod it hurt so badly though, I would nearly break into tears every time I picked the baritone up and carried it.
Then I got out of school, went to the doctor's, and got a thingy that held my wrist in place so it wouldn't hurt, and I took ibuprofen like a boss.
The only good part was that I got to skip like a week of marching band 'cause of it. :toothy:
Ouch. I saw a few blunders in my days of marching band as well. Kudos for toughing out a wrist injury while hauling around a heavy baritone. ^_^

sam vimes
01-24-2011, 02:26 PM
Watching my mother fall down into freezing mud and then audibly sighing when I helped her up. Vomiting on myself in kindergarten. The entirety of sixth and seventh grade. Trying to put out a campfire via urine.

I've got a million of em! Wokka wokka!

nyditch
01-24-2011, 09:15 PM
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Trying to put out a campfire via urine.

That is certainly one of the stupider ideas I've heard that I've also done. :square:

Purfect*Rave
01-28-2011, 08:33 PM
Mine isn't as embarassing as some of these, but I want to share it.

So the other day, we're sitting in History like usual, but my mind was unintentionally stuck on Hetalia the whole time. We were discussing the UK and France. My teacher turned and asked me what UK had that France didn't. Very stupidly, I blurted, "A brain?" (One of the reason I was like "Ugh stupid move..." is because I have a rep in my school for being smart and nice and just not messing around like that. [I'm not bragging, I can't describe the rep I have any other way...]) I can't even remember what answer he was looking for. My teacher kinda looked and said, "Well, that's probably true, but...." and continued on. I was the laughing stock of the class, and some people even called me "England" for the rest of the day. My friend found it hilarious, but I was embarassed and pissed at everyone for making it drag on in my head by calling me that. <w<;; Stupid Hetalia....>_<;;

TARDISTimeLord
01-28-2011, 08:55 PM
In October, while we were outside on the soccer field practicing drills for marching band, I tripped backwards. Now this was an epic trip, because I fell backgrounds and like skid a few inches on the ground. While yelling out, "OH SHI-!" before hitting the ground.
Annnd I sprained my ankle really badly. Annnd there was a dent in my baritone, which fell with me and bounced on the ground.
But I didn't tell anyone how my wrist hurt like a bitch, so I toughed it out like a true band nerd and went through the entire practice. Ohmygod it hurt so badly though, I would nearly break into tears every time I picked the baritone up and carried it.
Then I got out of school, went to the doctor's, and got a thingy that held my wrist in place so it wouldn't hurt, and I took ibuprofen like a boss.
The only good part was that I got to skip like a week of marching band 'cause of it. :toothy:


You are one of my Marching Band Heros.
Glad to hear that you toughed it out, but I'm sorry that you got hurt.
This is what all marching band geeks need to be made out of.

Axelai
01-28-2011, 10:19 PM
Mine isn't as embarassing as some of these, but I want to share it.

So the other day, we're sitting in History like usual, but my mind was unintentionally stuck on Hetalia the whole time. We were discussing the UK and France. My teacher turned and asked me what UK had that France didn't. Very stupidly, I blurted, "A brain?" (One of the reason I was like "Ugh stupid move..." is because I have a rep in my school for being smart and nice and just not messing around like that. [I'm not bragging, I can't describe the rep I have any other way...]) I can't even remember what answer he was looking for. My teacher kinda looked and said, "Well, that's probably true, but...." and continued on. I was the laughing stock of the class, and some people even called me "England" for the rest of the day. My friend found it hilarious, but I was embarassed and pissed at everyone for making it drag on in my head by calling me that. <w<;; Stupid Hetalia....>_<;;

I lol'd. A lot. XD

Once in class, we were on WW2, and no one EVER raises their hand in that class. Except i did when the teacher asked "Who were allied with Germany? What was the name of their group?"

...everyone probably thought i was a nazi XD;;

DarkFujin
01-29-2011, 01:53 AM
i have what i like to call "foot-in-mouth" syndrome. i'd have a harder time telling about the days i don't publicly embarrass myself

This.
I'm either embarrassed by the things I say, or the things I do. I'm really clumsy as well, so I'm either knocking over stuff or hurting myself on odd things in stupid ways (I had to get surgery and physical rehab for tripping over a bench, I have a scar from walking into a chair, I've permanently messed up my ankle by falling down the stairs, etc). It's a good day if I DON'T publicly embarrass myself.

FunnyValentine
01-29-2011, 04:19 AM
I remember in second grade we had to take this really big test. I was really nervous and remember being scared while asking my teacher if I could go to the bathroom. I was on my way and....it only took a minute to get to...I threw up right in the doorway of a third grade class on accident. Every single kid said EEEEEW. ><

Cadmium Polyphony
01-29-2011, 05:14 AM
Most moments in my life I'm not proud of, as inevitably I regret everything, but what I'm particularly shameful about, is choosing to go to an American college, over Uni in Europe.

Yeah.

ShinobiXikyu
01-29-2011, 09:32 PM
I remember in second grade we had to take this really big test. I was really nervous and remember being scared while asking my teacher if I could go to the bathroom. I was on my way and....it only took a minute to get to...I threw up right in the doorway of a third grade class on accident. Every single kid said EEEEEW. ><
Oh god, that tops every vomit story I ever had.X_X
Though my most embarassing one is when I was 13 and on a long canoe outtrip, and I didn't know it then, but the extreme stress of the conditions wreaked havoc with my stomach and made me puke for several mornings in a row....surprise surprise, I threw up IN the canoe. X_XU
...thank god they're easy to clean out. But man, that did NOT make me a lot of friends. I'm just glad I missed the packs.

Yazoo_the_Kazoo
01-29-2011, 10:14 PM
Looks like I'm not the only one with a band nerd story.
When I was the fearless leader of my own marching band, I fell off my drum major's podium and nearly broke my face.
During a contest.
During my salute.

I will never live that one down.

I also managed to break my nose reading Pride and Prejudice on a park bench during recess in fourth grade.
It was really cold, and I had myself all stuffed inside my puffy jacket, arms, legs and all. I lost my balance and I couldn't get my arms out of my jacket in time to break my fall. So I landed on my nose, and I broke it.

Yukikittie
01-30-2011, 01:09 AM
First of all, *brofists all of my band nerds that are all up in here.*
Ouch. I saw a few blunders in my days of marching band as well. Kudos for toughing out a wrist injury while hauling around a heavy baritone. ^_^
Oh marching band blunders, there are so many. xD Tons of people get injured in our marching band season, it's kinda weird. But not surprising since our band director works us like dogs. :thumbsup:

You are one of my Marching Band Heroes.
Glad to hear that you toughed it out, but I'm sorry that you got hurt.
This is what all marching band geeks need to be made out of.
Why thank you. xD
In marching band you have to be tough and suck it up. Otherwise honestly you won't get a high score during competitions.
I remember one we had this year, it was so hot in our uniforms. Someone in our band passed out while we were rehearsing our music. Luckily she and her saxophone were alright though, whew!

Looks like I'm not the only one with a band nerd story.
When I was the fearless leader of my own marching band, I fell off my drum major's podium and nearly broke my face.
During a contest.
During my salute.

I will never live that one down.

Fearless leader? Epic!
You poor thing! That podium is tall too! Dx I hope you guys still had a good show!

ShadowYazoo
02-01-2011, 01:26 PM
Mine was when I was 10 and tested if iron was hot...with a side of my hand >_< Yeah, it was hot. And gave me a trapezoid-shaped scar. Which didn't go away. Not the brightest idea at all.

Axelai
02-01-2011, 01:45 PM
Oh god, that tops every vomit story I ever had.X_X
Though my most embarassing one is when I was 13 and on a long canoe outtrip, and I didn't know it then, but the extreme stress of the conditions wreaked havoc with my stomach and made me puke for several mornings in a row....surprise surprise, I threw up IN the canoe. X_XU
...thank god they're easy to clean out. But man, that did NOT make me a lot of friends. I'm just glad I missed the packs.

My puking story!! :D Drank 4 shots worth of hard liquor a few weeks ago. On an empty stomach.

I'm thankful for my best friend who held my hair back for me. For about 3 hours.

ShinobiXikyu
02-01-2011, 10:28 PM
Lol. And what kid DIDN'T puke on a schoolbus at least once in their life? XD It didn't happen to me, but I remember one kid who REALLY threw up while on the way home when I was about eight or nine (and yay, I moved and started walking to school the next year. XD)... it was this purple colour, everyone was grossed out and lifting their feet up above the floor, and one kid actually went "It's beautiful!"
....I really have to wonder if the one who yelled that ever regretted it. It was just SO weird. XD

Ehh, that was rather offtopic.

Yukikittie
02-03-2011, 04:08 PM
I say "Juevos!" a lot in Spanish because I like the word. Then my Spanish teacher told me another meaning of the word I love oh so dearly.
Senior Bayley: You do know the other word for it don't you? That's why you're saying it so much? D:
Me: No... Oh god it means something bad doesn't it?
Senior Bayley: It's another word for a man's testicles. >>'
Me: x'D FREAKING-
This would so happen to me.... just... DAMNIT. Dx I can't say juevos anymore. But I love the word so much!
Eggs = Man's testicles.
I hate you Spanish.

ShortCutie
02-25-2011, 12:30 AM
Mine's another throwing up story. In fourth or fifth grade I had this choir performance,the first one we ever performed in front of our parents. The whole way to the school I keep my stomach hurt.
Well I made it to the school and on the bleachers just fine. But as we were starting the national athlem I bolted out of the room and just barely made it to the bathroom at the OTHER end of the hallway before throwing up. It's safe to say I spent the whole time laying down next to a toilet in the girl's bathroom.

My choir friends did not let me live that down for the longest time.

CodeShogun
02-25-2011, 12:36 AM
When I ask this beautiful woman about how she met the guy whose was hosting the party.

She was looking at me funny and told me that she's his mother.

*facepalm*

OMFG. X.X

UsakoLuna
02-25-2011, 01:19 AM
When I fractured my wrist for the third time. It's not the fracture that's embarrassing but how it happened. I slipped on the ice. In flip flops.
I was letting my dog in and his leash got tangled. I had thrown my flip flops on just to step out on to the snow free inner porch, but when the leash got caught I just went down the steps to fix it. I hit the bottom, my feet go out from under me, and I land on the bottom stair, with most of weight on my left wrist on the stair behind me.
The er staff kept asking me if I felt safe at home, they refused to believev that a life long new emglander would do that.

I have a marching band story too!
I play the flute. Once my glasses broke the day of practice so I put on my backup pair and had my mom drive me. I didn't realize how out of date my back up pair was until I ran into the sousaphone. I knocked her down too!

Cadmium Polyphony
02-25-2011, 02:09 AM
Once I nearly got my mate arrested. He was coming back from the liquor store near where we were staying and I noticed a cop pull over and talk to him. I blurted out of the window a series of racist expletives *about my mate, not the cop* and said "HE DID IT! THAT'S HIM" out of jest. I was drunk, and being stupid.

Long story short, they arrested him.

Yeah.

Formalhaut
02-25-2011, 10:02 AM
id have to say the time I ate soap thinking "if it smells this good it MUST taste this good" >_>

pltshp
02-25-2011, 10:18 AM
When I was voted by my class out of pure malicious intent to do a speech in front of the entire year, said 2 words and just fainted right there and then out of nerves/social anxiety. Way to go.

ShinobiXikyu
02-26-2011, 12:21 AM
id have to say the time I ate soap thinking "if it smells this good it MUST taste this good" >_>

I did that with chapstick once. Got CHOCOLATE scented chapstick in my Xmas stocking..I figured if it smelled like it, it HAD to taste like it.
Nope. GROSS.
...and then I apparently didn't learn, because then I tried that with the matching caramel-scented chapstick...

Dilandau213
02-26-2011, 01:46 AM
Not a puking story. hehe

When I was 13, I was forced to come and support this McDonalds event, since the business wasn't doing so good. Ronald McDonald was there, there were different games, and HUGE portable speakers connected to the mic Ronald held.

Being older than the average 10 year old, I did not want to participate in this stupid dance Ronald was trying to get all the kids to do, to which it contained the air guitar and wiggling your fingers while shaking your knees back and forth. . . but, alas I was forced to do the idiotic dance with all the toddlers and Ronald McDonald...in front of the busy highway and while my neighbor was there taking pictures of me doing it.

There are pictures of me doing rediculous gestures and looking very angry and miserable at the same time. Funny, but embarrassing. I'm glad that it's the past.

Ineedaname9
02-26-2011, 03:12 AM
I got a concussion from cleaning my fridge.... *sigh*

Zymod
02-26-2011, 04:52 PM
umm.
1) I was at a horse camp for a week, and i had too much red cordial. WAY TO MUCH. I thought it would be fun if me and my friends jumped on everyone's beds while they were out for the night walk. (The beds are like, half a metre apart and all in long rows inside a massive shed) So we went into the dorm, climbed on the top of the first bunk bed and started running along the top. once we got to the end, we turned around and did it again. and again. Then i got sick of jumping on those beds so i went to cross over to the next row of bunk beds.
And slipped.
And fell.
And landed on someones bag.
Then I got up and tried again, laughing my head off.

2) I was in year 2. And I was such a retard of a kid. I was skipping around the classroom and managed to slice my leg open on one of those spinning book shelf things. I didn't even notice untill my teacher asked if I was ok. The massive gash in my leg was about 10 cm from under my knee and was pissing blood everywhere and all the kids went "Ewwww."
Except for me.
I said:
"AWESOME!!"

3) Another horse riding camp experience. wasn't funny at the time, but looking back on it...oh i love my horse. My group were doing our jumping lesson, and there was a difficult triple jump in the course. the horse was supposed to jump a jump, take two strides to the triple, jump the first, take one stride to the second, and then jump that one and the third in a bounce. everyone did it perfectly. exept for me. My horse is a retard. He did one stride at the jump before, a bounce between the first and second and crashed into the third and fell over.
I got knocked out for three hours apparently.

ShadowYazoo
03-03-2011, 01:17 AM
Remembered another one

I was in a long-distance train with my family. I was on the top bunk, and wanted to get some sweets that were on the table below, next to lower beds. I should have just climbed down and got them or asked my parents to give them to me, but I decided that reaching for sweets is a much better idea.

My hand wasn't long enough, and the train was making a turn or something, so next thing I know I am flying down from the top bunk and onto a suitcase that was on the floor next to the table. Thankfully, it was relatively soft. I got a o_O look from my dad who was sitting right there and saw the whole thing.

Moments of brilliance. I have them xD

LeekFish
03-03-2011, 02:05 AM
1. The morning of the day I got my braces, I was talking to my friend who had spent the night and went "Oh, crap! I need to go eat that candy bar I left downstairs before I get my braces on!!" And got up and ran into the hallway. Where I stopped short, in perfect mid-run so that I still had one leg in the air and arms flailing. Because there was my Dad with this grin.

"What candy bar?"
"Eheheh..."

I apparently looked so funny that my friend could NOT stop laughing. I never did get to eat it before I got my braces on. xD;


2. The day after I got my braces on. I had this bite plate to keep myself from biting down all the way and damaging the bottom braces (guess I had a minor overbite or something?) and it gave me a major lisp. I also couldn't chew anything as a result, so when I was with my friend's (same friend from above story) family at Olive Garden, my conversation with the waiter went like this:
"I can't shew (chew) anything so Ah'd just like some exchstra (extra) breathsthticks (breadsticks) pleathe (please)."
"Uh... what?"
"Juth breathsthticks pleathe."
"...I'm sorry?"
"Breathsthticks. D:"
"Uh..."

So then I turned and looked at my friend who was laughing her ass off and could totally understand me and was all "Canth you freakingth help me here?! D:<" To which she just laughed even more and responded "No. xDD" >w>

Don't remember exactly how I got the guy to understand I was saying "Breadsticks" but my friend and I have had a major inside joke with them ever since. xD;


3. Another snowboarding accident. I was going off these little jumps and doing fairly well, until I accidentally went off a jump a bit too fast. I don't remember what happened, but apparently I got knocked out and was nearly run over by both my dad and stepsister because I was at the bottom of the jump and they couldn't see me until right before they were about to make the jump. That was a concussion too, I think. I am quite grateful to own a helmet. lol


4. I was snowboarding and decided to take a break. For some reason it seems like I'm very accident-prone while snowboarding, but this time I was walking into the lodge. RIGHT when I was taking off my helmet, I slipped on a patch of ice, fell back, and hit my head, resulting in a minor concussion. So I was simply walking and not even on my snowboard and STILL found some way to injure myself. o_o



tl;dr: Interesting Moments in Life. I have them.

Axelai
03-09-2011, 01:16 PM
For me... the past week.

Part of my Italy cosplay is an Iron Cross necklace. You know, the German Iron Crosses.

Mine's a Prussian one from WW1 (replica). I wear it with my cosplay, and no harm done.

I forgot to take it off.

I wore it to class.

I didn't even notice.

Thankfully, no one said anything to me about being offended DX But... I really hope no one in my class thinks I'm a nazi or something x___x Maybe i should draw a tomato in the middle of it.

x-Steffi-x
03-09-2011, 01:24 PM
Well it was at the time, but not so much now...

Slamming a door in some guys face (not very hard but enough to hurt him a little) because he pissed me off (not necessarily bullied me, but I was not having a good day that day and didn't need shit from assholes like him) and he just happened to be standing next do a door. Shut him up though.

I'm not a violent person and made me realise I sunk to his level, maybe even lower so yeah not great. Should have got my revenge some other way ^_^;

I feel evil now.

Rose of Battle
03-09-2011, 01:39 PM
Over a year ago, my ex-boyfriend dropped me off at my house and I think I was just giddy or something and I wasn't thinking. I opened the door to my house AS I was walking forward. So, I pretty much walked straight into the door and got a nice cut just above my eye. When my mom realized that I was fine, she just laughed her ass off.

^ Obviously the proudest moment in my life.

ShinobiXikyu
03-09-2011, 10:42 PM
Lol, I've got a train-related one. Pretty simple; I'm almost atthe station but I REALLY had to pee, so I go to use the train bathroom....
I forgot that right about there, there's a SHARP turn onto the last stretch of tracks, so as I shut the door to go, I got bounced around the walls, door, and then fell onto the toilet, also bruising myself in the process and nearly getting that blue toilet-water on my clothes. X_X
Anyone standing outside would've basically heard *THUMP* Ow! Oooh*THUMP*OW!*BANG*OWOW!*CRASH*Ewwwww....

KitKatCaughtcha
03-09-2011, 10:56 PM
Mine is probably when I went out for Halloween in NYC...
It started with jello shots and beer, then we decided Four Loko was a good idea.
My friend's roommate and I both finished an entire can each, on top of everything else we had had.
We proceeded to have an awesome time, highlighted by the fact that as soon as things stopped being fun I stopped remembering.
I woke up the next day in the roommates bed, completely naked. He had no idea what happened, I had no idea what happened, found pieces of my Alice costume all over his room an the kitchen.
Things I found out at a later point in time:
the party we went to in Brooklyn was broken up by the police, we walked home and I fell several times, I had bought a subway pass, I was making out with her roommate the entire way home, in the kitchen, etc...
Best part, I put my coat on later that day and there was a whole avocado in the pocket...oh and somehow absolutely no hangover!!

Arc_The_Lad
03-10-2011, 12:03 AM
You're asking me to talk about stupid crap I did?

The guy who grew up in a small Canadian redneck town?

GEE WHERE DO I START?!

I cycled for 60 minutes total there and back in the dead of winter with little proper clothing to some girls house in the hope of getting "poon". On the way they took a break at my ex's whom I recently broke up with, then when I got there she just complained and made me babysit her bastard siblings. This is what happens when you lose your virginity and get greedy.

Brilliant Arc, simply brilliant.

23rd birthday, friends get me hammered, insert stereotypical guy who drank waaaay too much. Considering I almost never do this, it was embarrassing. Thankfully I'm not an obnoxious drunk, but the next day was brutal.

I also was playing a neo geo arcade machine at the local store when I was a kid of 8. I was really far in the game and had to go to the washroom. Employee wouldn't let me use the store washroom, so.... fuck em. I pissed my pants and spilled my drink on myself to hide it. Still horrifying to remember.


The other things I did are best kept to close friends.

Volnixshin
03-10-2011, 12:03 AM
today...

ShinobiXikyu
03-10-2011, 12:09 AM
Ooh, I nearly drowned a turtle in the rain barrel when I was eight. I caught a huge painted turtle in the pond, and didn't want it to crawl away before I'd had a good gawk at it, and I figured it could swim....it sank like a stone and Mom had to dredge it out with the fishing net. Luckily it was okay, but that wasn't fun.

Related to such, I used to have a thing for tormenting one of Mom's lawn ornaments. It was this plasticy fox that somehow floated, and when I found that out, I kept trying to see if I could make it sink. Which also evolved into that all-too-common pasttime of torturing inanimate objects as a kid (I won't deny it, I was not a normal kid. I'm no sadist, but I had no other outlet for aggression in my house....), eventually putting it in the mailbox and tying it around with about six pieces of rope and a length of duct tape, resulting in a very confused mailman the next morning. Of course, Mom started laughing her ass off and then said I should have untied everthing when I was done. XD