I was at a middle school this week doing my typical work thing (what? You don’t believe I rap that in front of 8th graders?). But when I got to my car, my arm brushed my waist and I realized a horrible, horrible thing: my pant belt had been unbuckled since I used the restroom BEFORE that presentation. Cue a red face and an expletive come out of my mouth (ok, not really, but I thought it). I rationalized that the counselor in the room would have said something to me since she was facing me the whole time, so I sat in relief that my dress shirt was just long enough to cover the fact that my belt was hanging loose the whole time.
But I find that I have these moments more and more often – that, or now I’m documenting them on Facebook, so I get those pop-ups: “Remember one year ago when you posted this hilariously awful thing that happened to you?” I don’t know why I’m voluntarily sharing my embarrassing moments, but for some reason, I feel so close to all you readers. So here you go…the embarrassing moments I need to stop having – that Facebook keeps reminding me of.
For real, this happened AT Christmas dinner. With everyone. Could you tell I was a starving, nursing mama?
OMG – I remember this so well. We were SO tired. And I laughed uncontrollably ON THE FLOOR for at least 30 seconds.
This story is epic. Just absolutely epic.
I’m actually surprised this one hasn’t happened again. (knocks on wood)
Please add your moments in the comments section so I can feel better about mine.