The Most Embarrassing Incident in My Life

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Life is full of unexpected incidents. Some anticipated stories do not happen the way we have always wanted. Some days, nights, ways and fights keep repeating in our life. However, it can be pretty funny to look back to the past where many embarrassing moments occur in our days and nights, leaving an abiding memory that cannot be possibly forgotten. The same goes to me as I’m one of the creatures created by God. Scientists call me Homosapien but the world would rather address me as a human being. There are many embarrassing incidents in my life dictionary and most of them are still playing in my mind. Oh, what a memory. There was one day when I accidentally humiliated myself in front of my friends in class. It is not that I was doing something incredibly awesome or what, but I had made something that caused me to look stupid in front of others. I was in my dream; rowing my boat under a romantic blaze of light. There, sitting next to me was Tyra with her unquestionable beauty. She smiled at me and I automatically curved a smile back to her. Assuming that as a license, I began serenading her with my not-so-good songs, pretending the rower of the boat as a guitar. Suddenly, she moved closer to me, whispering to my ear something that I had always wanted to hear a long time ago. “I love you, Ben,” she said it smoothly, as smooth as the slightest breeze on that historical night. O.M.G. - Those were the only letters appeared in my small brain, causing me to be in the seventh heaven! I released my ‘guitar’ and stood up on the boat. With my whole heart, I spread my arms, closed my eyes and expressed as loud as I could, “Oh, Tyra! I love you too, my darling!”. Suddenly, the background song in my dream stopped playing my love sensation. Things went into a deep silence. At last, I heard a voice… Nope, my mistake! Not a voice, but a lot of voices! I opened my eyes, one by one, realizing I was not in my boat anymore. Guess what- I was in my class, standing in front of my...
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