illy dilly wrote:My personal favorite awkward moment is when your sitting in the porta john making some room and reading the WWW. Minding your own business and figuring out what your gonna do that day....
When the door FLIES open,
You instantly think "Oops forgot to lock the porta potty"
Apologies are quickly exchanged,
But, the entire time the 'stranger' is taking their time in closing the door.
wh..sh wrote:The other day, I went to walmart around 9 pm (actually to pick up insulin for my dog but they didnt have it ready). I thought I should turn my fruitless walmart run into something useful.
So, I picked up superman underwear (for burn) and a tub of ice cream.
I walked to the self-checkout counter. The lady infront of me saw just my ice cream and offered to let me jump ahead of her in the line.
I politely thanked her and then proceeded to scan my superman underwear and ice cream. Oh, the look and horror on her face!
When we made eye contact, I grinned sheepishly and walked out... so awkward!to my creepy white van with no windows
Mrpatatomoto wrote:I don't even think twice about awkward moments shopping for burn clothes, Last year I put on a dress in the middle of amvets to see if it would fit and next thing I knew the whole isle (which was full of people before) was completely empty. Its like they've never seen a guy try on a dress before.
Savannah wrote:Mrpatatomoto wrote:I don't even think twice about awkward moments shopping for burn clothes, Last year I put on a dress in the middle of amvets to see if it would fit and next thing I knew the whole isle (which was full of people before) was completely empty. Its like they've never seen a guy try on a dress before.
I wouldn't want to stand next to you in a dress. You'd get all the attention.
I was doing "back to school" volunteer work for Salvation Army. My job was to walk the kids through all the goodies that they need for school.
One family came in with four kids, what looked like 3 boys and 1 girl. I was telling the kids where the boys and girls stuff were. Their names were pretty unisex too.
I told one of the kid (wearing loose sweat shirt, hat, loose shorts) that there were some cool t-shirts in the boys' section. The kid looked at me, smiled, and said "I am a girl".
*face palm* It was SO awkward! I apologized to her like million times.
But, I am thinking in my head "Fuck! Fuck! Fuck! Now, I am going to be one of those people responsible for psychologically ruining this girl's esteem for good!"
knowmad wrote: ... I kinda wanted to tell you she would come in with this other girl while she was seeing you, pretty sure she was a Lesbian!" "Oh. Realy? What did she look like? Bout my height? Dark hair, like mine? lots of eye shadow? big hands? kinda quiet?" I asked then started to laugh. Yeah she was really embarrassed.
Savannah wrote:You pervs. Tattoogoddess and I ran into each other in the WinCo wearing the very same mauve spun-silk tutu decorated in live, caged hummingbirds.
It was hella awkward.
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