Open mouth, insert foot
Everybody has a day where things are fairly good then something happens; that ultimate embarrassment and they think that they will never be able get over it. The truth of the matter is that people do get over those embarrassing moments and look back on them and laugh because it was truly funny and it does not affect them anymore. Just like anyone else I’ve had a few embarrassing moments in my short lifetime so far. Having to look back on all of the embarrassing things that have happen to me, I would have to say my most embarrassing moments was while I was listening to music through my earphones. One day I sat in front of the computer, in my pajamas, listening to music when my song came on. I started singing out loud. Forgetting everyone can hear me. I sang my heart out, in my head I was a superstar. And just when I was in my moment I heard someone laughing, through the singing and music. When I turned around my brother and his best friend laid on the ground as they were laughing at me. Not only was it his best friend but also a huge crush of mine. I was so embarrass I got angry at my mother not warning me they were home. Today I can only laugh about it as well. You would have thought I’d learn something out of the incident. But again, I made the same mistake, only worse, much worse. I was in my room with my earphones in, listening to music so loud I could not hear myself sing. With my eyes closed I imagined the crowds, screaming my name, jumping up and down and finishing my sentences. I danced and sang like the world was ending. Until I slipped, fell on the floor and opened my eyes. My brother, his friends and my father was standing in the door laughing at me and cheering for my excellent performance. Still I have not learned. But luckily my brother is not around to catch me doing my “thing” anymore. If my mother and father see me, I do not care. I laugh more for myself than they do. What I’ve learned through these moments is, that you...
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