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#76 Zeppelina

Posted 14 April 2013 - 02:00 PM

It was a Sunday arvo (pre-DS), and DH and I had just had a bit of an 'afternoon delight'. I was in the bathroom, a short walk down the hallway, while DH was still in the bedroom (which is next to the front door). I was feeling pretty good, pretty hot, and called out (loudly) to DH, "I always feel so sexy after sex, you know?!" as I walked back out of the bathroom towards the bedroom, topless.

There, at the front door (we have glass panels in the top of our front door) were two Jehovah's witnesses, one with his arm raised to knock on the door. I quickly ran back into the bathroom, and slammed the door shut.

I was mortified. I still am! I am sure they heard what I had shouted, and quite possibly saw me walk out topless, through the glass (it's not frosted). DH calmly answered the door when they knocked, and got rid of them fairly quickly, and then we both just laughed and laughed and laughed about it.

#77 cyril1986

Posted 14 May 2013 - 09:20 PM

One of my embarrassing moment is when talk to someone and she correct my word.LOL.

#78 WibbleWobble

Posted 14 May 2013 - 10:26 PM

QUOTE (snortle @ 09/02/2013, 10:17 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Can't believe I missed that thread. I am crying with laughter!

I posted on EB about my most embarrassing moment not so long ago. It happened almost a year ago and I still want the earth to swallow me up just THINKING about it  oomg2.gif blush.gif  

roll2.gif  Brilliant.

#79 dogma

Posted 14 May 2013 - 10:33 PM

I was holidaying in a third world country and needed a toilet pretty urgently. I was directed to the local "garden" which was really a big community centre type place with cafes, a stage for music, little stalls selling tourist crap and so on. I run through the garden, ignoring the spruikers, calling out for anyone who spoke english to point me to the toilet.
When I got there, well lets just say the word "explosive" comes to mind. I was feeling very relieved to have made it when I went to wipe myself.... of course there was no paper. Fortunately, I had tissues in my pocket so cleaned myself the best I could.
Then I went to flush.... no water. Check the cistern. No water there either. Go to the sink (thinking outside the box, figured I could transport water somehow), no water there either.
I had to leave the toilet looking, well, you know, and walk the length of the garden, smiling at the friendliest people and looking at their wares, knowing the next person to walk in there would know it was that redheaded white woman who left it like that. (I was in remote Africa, I was seriously the only white woman there!)

To make things worse my boyfriend met a local that day who invited him to go see his band that night. When he got home at midnight he was still laughing. Yep, the band played the garden. He told me they had a picture of me with a big cross through my face and a note "Do Not Allow Entry"..... I think he was joking.

#80 Hootabelles

Posted 14 May 2013 - 10:58 PM

QUOTE (Jellybean_Icecream @ 05/02/2013, 06:24 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Oh and DH and I proudly put a beautiful photo of our son being held up after being born by c-section...only to realize months later my fanny was in the background, clear as day.
I think embarrassing myself is a bit of a gift of mine!
.  roll2.gif roll2.gif  
Priceless!!!    Omg.thank you so much.  That was the best belly laugh I've had in ages...my poor baby in there!!!

#81 hicoco

Posted 15 May 2013 - 08:00 AM

I am like Country Mel and feel embarrassed to retell my awful moment of shame. Check out post history if you want details - I think it was the same thread as snortle's.

But suffice to say I learned it is not good form to hit on a groom AT HIS WEDDING...

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