Wild Hair Wednesday – My Most Mortifying Moments, Just for You!

I decided to share my most embarrassing moments. They are guaranteed to make you feel better about yourself. We have all had those times when our cheeks burned and we wanted to use an invisibility cloak or move to another country. If you have been following my blog for a while, then you know that I have no shame.  I have the ability to laugh at myself and see the humor in many awkward situations…..a few days later.

Here are some of mine in no particular order:

The time when I took a shower while my house was being remodeled. After stepping out, I began rubbing lotion on my naked body. Then I realized that a painter perched on a ladder was touching up the trim right outside my curtainless window.

The time when I skied the moguls under a chairlift. As my knees pumped up and down while navigating a mine field of bumps, I felt a sudden looseness and a draft. My ski pants had dropped down to my knees. I wear a belt now…

The time when my boss (back when I worked retail a million years ago) retracted my commission because I made too much money in her opinion. I said, “But Mom!”

The time when I first babysat at a neighbor’s house. I was too young and had a vivid imagination. I thought a burglar had broken in, so I ran up the street to my house and my parents called 911. Did I mention that I left the kids alone?

The time when I was late in picking up my five-year-old daughter from ballet.  I sped down the road in my car until some idiot walked right out into the middle of the street. I waved my arms and yelled, “Move out of the way!” and then realized it was a cop with a radar gun. I was driving 22 MPH over the speed limit.

The time when I decided to go skinny dipping. A bunch of fraternity boys found out, walked onto the pier and took my clothes.

The time when I was walked in on by a window repair man while reclining in the guest bedroom. I had pulled a muscle on the inside of my thigh and was massaging it while talking to my mother on the phone. He may have thought I was massaging something else. He gasped and ran out of the room. He couldn’t get out of the house fast enough and never came back.

The time when I finally got my nerve up to ask a guy out in college. I never did it again since he told everyone. He was still talking about it when he ended up being my brother-in-law’s best friend and ran the video at our wedding and every time we have seen him since. By the way, he said, “No.”

Don’t you feel so much better about your own embarrassing moments? I know. Your welcome. 

Do you have an embarrassing moment you would share?

Do you feel mortified afterward or can you laugh about it?

I double dog dare you to make your own list and blog it…

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  1. So funny! I was thinking about doing a post just like this in the future. I am new to blogging, (have never shared anything I have ever written until a couple weeks ago.) I feel like I dumped my underwear drawer in the middle of the floor during a dinner party. Anyway, I would love it if you had the time to stop by my site. I am trying to create a place for people to get a quick story that makes them smile, laugh, think, love, cry or cry laughing. A place to go after you have read the news on your phone in the school car pick up/drop off line or waiting on the side of a practice field. I think you would appreciate my posts, “barber wielding scissors missing fingers” and “A wife’s revenge by way of spring fever”

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    1. Last night after playing tennis, I mentioned this blog to a few friends and then it occurred to me how ridiculous this is! I want people to laugh with me and realize their own moments can be laughed at too!

      I love your metaphor. It’s taking your baggage and dumping it on the floor for everyone to see! Once it is out there, it’s no longer private that’s for sure! Hahaha!
      Welcome to the blogosphere! I hope you’ll stop by again soon~I will check yours out too.

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  2. Har… those are great! You had me giggling the whole way through the list.

    I’ve had my moments of glory as well. Somewhere on my blog is one about a former schoolmate and a hospital.

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    1. Thanks Nelle! I have been talking about some of these for a while and others not so much! Hahaha! I thought they would go with my “Wild Hair” Theme. I will look that up~

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  3. Love them all! I think mine would have to be the time I was speaking with my kids’ karate sensei about parenting. Being a type-A personality, I attested that becoming a mother had “softened my A-ness.” His eyes bulged, he walked away, and we never spoke again.

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  4. This was a great little post and got my mind thinking. There have been some embarrassing moments! Almost too many of them….well at least I have no trouble calling any to mind! Thanks for sharing yours!

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    1. I outlasted them and hopped out. Luckily they didn’t drop their drawers and jump in with me! Hahaha! I can laugh now….
      It never occurred to me that getting out of the water would be more exposing than getting in!

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    1. BUT MOM!!! I could have died and I said it in front of all my co-workers. She would never give us commissions when we had a sale because women would line up all day to buy from us. We had started markdowns the night before and usually she overlooked those sales……not that time!

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  5. “But Mom…” SO funny! Thanks for a good laugh! As for me, gotta be prank calling a friend and pretending to be one of those phone sex girls…then realizing I’d actually dialed work by mistake.

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    1. They left my towel and I got out much later, but there is no way to know if they watched me from afar. I never thought of how I was going to get “out” of the water….going “in” was easy! Hahaha!

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  6. Loving your post and thanks for sharing! I remember skiing a new slope and missed a sign that I should have gone left instead of right. I ended up in the moguls area and these young punks were making fun of me while I tried to make my way down – never done moguls before. Happy Hump Day:)

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    1. Thanks Cravesadventure! Dang punks! I bet you have laughed at a few “yard sales” from up on the chairlift! I know I have had a chuckle or two….
      Happy Hump Day to you too!

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  7. Oh my goodness, Susie, these had me in stitches, I was laughing so hard! They’re all so good that I can’t even pick a favorite, lol. I’ll have to dig around in my memory to see what I can come up with – but this was an awesome way to start my day, thank you! Loved them all! ~ Julie, still chuckling 🙂

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  8. This is hilarious! Thanks for sharing!
    I’m girl that had over-frequent wardrobe malfunctions during my adolencence. I’ve accidentally flashed/mooned way too many friends over the years…

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  9. Those are fantastic!!! OMG!!! Love it. Trust me when I say, I’ve had my share. When we were in the Dominican getting married, hubby and I were walked in on in the tube, in the shower, and why having some marital fun on our patio. All truly embarrassing moments. LOL!!!

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  10. HAHA these are amazing! You really need to watch out for these repairmen! I’m cracking up.

    I can’t think of just one to share, think I do that enough on my blog haha.

    Thanks for the laugh!

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  11. Hahaha! There was this time I took a cold shower, it was a really hot Summer day, and I had just come home from the university. I was very tired. It was mid-afternoon and it was so hot I spread out naked on my bed. The top windows of my bedroom were open, but slightly, you could only see the sky. I was just dozing off when i heard this incessant noise. When I opened my eyes, it was the freaking electric company’s truck, fixing the light on the post, the one right in front of my bedroom, yes, that one exactly. The guy in the basket saw me screaming and running to close the windows. He had two thumbs up! Ha!

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  12. Those are good ones, Susie!

    I have a babysitting embarrassing moment too. I too, was too young to be in charge of an infant. I was at the neighbor’s house and the baby started crying. I don’t know what I was expecting, but he cried and cried until he could barely make any sound at all and his face was so red I thought he’d busted some blood vessels. I called my mom in a panic. She said, “Did you try picking him up?” Uh . . .

    Who new babies like to be held? Sheesh! My mom laughed about that for quite some time.

    I’ve never had my clothes stolen though. That’s my favorite one!

    Thanks for sharing.

    Patricia Rickrode
    w/a Jansen Schmidt

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  13. Hi,
    I know they wouldn’t of seemed funny at the time, but that was a good laugh, I can only imagine how embarrassed you were in a few of those, but it was great that you shared those moments, a good start to the day. (Still early morning here.) 😀

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  14. This hilarious thigh-massaging incident (if that’s what we’re calling it these days) reminded me of a real-life story my friend Joe tells:

    Joe came home from class one day, unlocked his dorm-room door, and didn’t notice a thing — that is, until his roommate Matt, who was watching a porno on TV, jumped up off the couch mortified and said: “Jesus Christ, dude! You caught me jacking off!”

    Hope that’s not too hard-core for your site. Please delete if it is.

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    1. I wasn’t doing that! I had pulled a muscle in tennis which is pretty common. The funny part about it was I couldn’t think of a way to convince him that it wasn’t what he saw! Like I would do that while talking to my mother ewwwww!

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  15. OMG! Those are too funny. Totally emmbarassing at the time, no doubt about that. Goodness. All way better than anything I would have to share. You’v been far more daring, or have just gotten caught. Not sure which. 😉

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