I've had my share. Moments in time that I would love to rewind and erase....

Tripping, face first (the only way isn't it?) ripping my sweater, as I made my way into the subway car in NYC , doors closing, only to discover I was indeed on the wrong train, heading in the wrong direction.

I remember it as if it were yesterday. Peeing in my pants in art class when I was 6 and totally denying it "Must have been someone in the class before me" I said. No one bought it but no one seemed to care that I went the rest of the day with wet pee soaked pants. I was so uncomfortable and stinky.

Drinking a wee bit too much then getting introduced to my rock hero Jonny Greenwood of Radiohead. I think I said something like "Hello, Blubbsssssss nnm innnog grrrr AHOOOOOO" He was gracious enough to humor me for 10 minutes or so.

Going grocery shopping and wondering why everyone was staring at my chest. Turns out my sweater had popped more than a few buttons and my purple bra was visible for everyone to see. Gather 'round folks! Purple bra, what was I thinking?

"Push! Push! Push!" Poop. Giving birth and pooping too. Everyone does it but it is still very embarrassing.

Simply saying hello to someone. Me "Hi, how are you?" Them "Fine thanks, how are you?" Me "Very well, how are you?" This could go on forever, I then get the silent awkward look and we part ways.

Attending a party and drinking red wine while wearing super cheap lipstick. I was having a great time and thought I looked totally hot. Had a look in the mirror 2 hours later. Big purple ring around my lips like I had just given a blow job to a huge grape penis. Lovely.

I have so many more but will spare you the gory details....

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Tags: Elementary, Embarrassing, Radiohead, bras, moments, poop, school

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