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well when i was in school like 2 days ago it was one of the most akwarderst moments ever...we were in class and all of us were having random conversations there was i say about 20 people sitting around..and than this one pregnant girl in my class was like omg i got 3 pimples and this other kid was like we are twins ..because he had the same amount in the same spot . than they all started staring at me i turned all red and shit ..and than they were talking about how if you pop it ..it scars or it doesn...so to break the akwardnest i was like they scar ither way,.and this one kid was like you should know you got them all over your face...i was so embarrased i was going to cry...o well thats just one of my experiences has any of you experencied awkard moments ..or however you spell that

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I'd punch that bitch!

Well, one time in 5th grade, I was in math class passing out some paper for our teacher, and an assclown student came up behind me, and pulled down my pants. I was so embarrassed. At least they only saw my underwear, but I just stood frozen, looked around the room, then ran out and hid for a while. I came back inside, and he got in serious trouble...but it was so embarrassing. Especially being someone who was self-conscious at an early age, and molested too. That just adds to it. But now, I look back and realize how much stronger I am, and how it wouldn't bother me much. If that happened now, someone would end up with a broken bone or a busted lip, and it wouldn't be me. I'd blame it on my Tourette's or a reflex. :shifty:

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can't say I'd even talk about my acne openly in class like that - you do that, you gotta expect comments to be thrown out like that :shrug:

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But Lyssa, his post says that he only said something about how they scar, not about how many scars he has. What they did was fucking unnecessary and rude.

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^Yep. And what's with a girl that age who can't even keep her legs closed who has to comment on someone else's problems. Maybe makes her forget about hers.

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Most awkward moment ever is when you say a cool as good bye to someone then you both walk the same way... Feels bad man lolz.

Or if you say a hard out emo good bye and you see them again but you both pretend you didn't see eachother..... Lol!!

Another awkward moment is when you jog/walk in the pedestrian crossing because you don't want the cars to wait for you lolz.

So many many awkward moments man.

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But Lyssa, his post says that he only said something about how they scar, not about how many scars he has. What they did was fucking unnecessary and rude.

I agree it was rude and all. I still wouldn't talk about my zits though. Too uncomfortable to talk about openly. For me, anyways. Not just that - but because whenever you talk about an insecurity at a place like MY school, people would be all over you. I can't not expect someone like the OP's perp to say something.

Nothing awkward has ever really happened to me. I've fallen, spilled my lunch, etc, but nothing bad I guess. I just get picked on sometimes, and it's awkward when people do that in front of other people. Makes me feel like a big fat loser :doubt:

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^Yep. And what's with a girl that age who can't even keep her legs closed who has to comment on someone else's problems. Maybe makes her forget about hers.

^This.

I don't really have any awkward moments to share, unless walking away in a supermarket with someone else's cart when I'm preoccupied is awkward. Especially the moment you think "hey, did I put that in my cart?" is so funny! I just try to remember where my cart is and swap them without anyone seeing, haha. And if I don't succeed I laugh as hard as the person looking for his/her cart.

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the valley brings me my truck at a club i was visting on night but i dident realise it was the wrong truck till the next day :wacko:

true story

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^Yep. And what's with a girl that age who can't even keep her legs closed who has to comment on someone else's problems. Maybe makes her forget about hers.

^This.

I don't really have any awkward moments to share, unless walking away in a supermarket with someone else's cart when I'm preoccupied is awkward. Especially the moment you think "hey, did I put that in my cart?" is so funny! I just try to remember where my cart is and swap them without anyone seeing, haha. And if I don't succeed I laugh as hard as the person looking for his/her cart.

Do you do this often? *chuckle*

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^Yep. And what's with a girl that age who can't even keep her legs closed who has to comment on someone else's problems. Maybe makes her forget about hers.

^This.

I don't really have any awkward moments to share, unless walking away in a supermarket with someone else's cart when I'm preoccupied is awkward. Especially the moment you think "hey, did I put that in my cart?" is so funny! I just try to remember where my cart is and swap them without anyone seeing, haha. And if I don't succeed I laugh as hard as the person looking for his/her cart.

Do you do this often? *chuckle*

I was excited to see someone else who has done what I have done. :P

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Ahh, I see. You two are the folks that leave a cart and walk way up the aisle instead of taking the cart with you. Shame on you both! :razz:

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Ahh, I see. You two are the folks that leave a cart and walk way up the aisle instead of taking the cart with you. Shame on you both! :razz:

Yes! Sometimes I wander for aisles. Then go back to my cart. :P

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Hahaha, yeah Wynne, I do that too. It's so funny! You should try it sometime, Siava :D

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I'd be too afraid a store worker would have taken off with my cart to put everything back. When I grocery shop, I fill it up! I'd hate to have to do it all over again.

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This is why we lose our carts, eh? :razz: Ah well, it makes for some rather funny moments though.

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Sometimes I would be talking to my apartment roomie who was literally a thin piece of wall away from me and eventually I would hear a pause and my friend would be like "Did you ask me something I'm on the phone?" which, silly me, thought she was talking to me the entire time. haha. Oops!

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once, I was so tired I went to this lounge area in school to take a nap. It's common to take naps/eat/socialize/do projects there. I even witnessed someone pulling a towel over her like a blanket and lied down on the bench like it was a bed.

So anyway on this day, it wasn't crowded and I spotted this empty area so I just grabbed a chair and sat up snoozing. I made sure my mouth was closed so I don't snore and positioned myself in a very nice manner so my legs are closed and my head doesn't loll about. The next moment I opened my eyes, I saw this group of people seated around me and they were all staring at me. They were having a project discussion. I am guessing about 10 minutes have passed.

And what I hated was they were all staring at me smirking. I don't think I could have snored as I was in exactly the same position as before, with my mouth shut. I must have breathed loudly through my nose or something. I felt they were being really rude though! Anyway this girl was part of their group and seated on the floor because I took up a seat, and I felt like they were trying to make me feel stupid. I just got up and said "Do you want this seat?" and left. I felt so dumb but at least I did something instead of running away with my tail inbetween my legs, haha!

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Doesn't your web browser have spell-check? lol.

awkward moments... Oh yeah, there was this one time in high school where the desk broke right out from under me! Everyone laughed even the teacher - not in a cruel way but just because it was so comical. And no it wasn't because I'm fat (im 5'9 and 130 lbs). My HS peers were so cool I never experienced bullying or taunting or anything like that.

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Most awkward moment ever is when you say a cool as good bye to someone then you both walk the same way... Feels bad man lolz.

This for sure.

Walking down the street and theres only one other person ahead is awkward. Especially if you're a fast walker, I usually just cross the street haha.

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I'd punch that bitch!

Then whilst she was rolling around on the floor clutching her jaw I would walk up to her and perform a scoop slam piledriver just to ram home the message into her dense skull. This would be followed by me giving you a triumphant high-5 for justice whilst celebrating with a victory hip-hop skit.

Then the police would arrive and escort us away for inflicting grievious bodily harm on a minor. BUT IT WOULD BE WORTH IT.

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