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Tyburn
01-17-2010, 04:09 PM
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I shall start.

So it was dark and just before Christmas, and I was standing outside my flat waiting for my Father to arrive. He was coming to pick me up to go somewhere, could have been to my Sisters in Leeds....I forget.

Anyway, the noise of his engine is quite distinctive, and I see his blue care pulling up slowly down the road, it pulls up next to where I am standing. So I reach out, open the door, jump in..and then I wonder why I cant find the seatbelt thing

then it strikes me...this is NOT my Fathers car... :blink: so I turned to the guy who had stopped mid undoing his seatbelt, and I say cheerfully..."oh..you're not my Father are you" and get out of his car before he can say anything :laugh:

I then run back into my house and wait for a few moments, before coming back out and waiting, once again for my Father to arrive :w00t:

KENTUCKYREDBONE
01-17-2010, 04:44 PM
Share a few with your Forum Family.

I shall start.

So it was dark and just before Christmas, and I was standing outside my flat waiting for my Father to arrive. He was coming to pick me up to go somewhere, could have been to my Sisters in Leeds....I forget.

Anyway, the noise of his engine is quite distinctive, and I see his blue care pulling up slowly down the road, it pulls up next to where I am standing. So I reach out, open the door, jump in..and then I wonder why I cant find the seatbelt thing

then it strikes me...this is NOT my Fathers car... :blink: so I turned to the guy who had stopped mid undoing his seatbelt, and I say cheerfully..."oh..you're not my Father are you" and get out of his car before he can say anything :laugh:

I then run back into my house and wait for a few moments, before coming back out and waiting, once again for my Father to arrive :w00t:

Is a Flat like an apartment?

Tyburn
01-17-2010, 04:48 PM
Is a Flat like an apartment?

Yes. I live in a converted Terrace house. it used to be one three story house, now its divided into three different flats...apartment is kinda...too nice a word to describe it :laugh:

MattHughesRocks
01-17-2010, 04:50 PM
http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e292/skysrock/Smileys/laughing.gif

Tyburn
01-17-2010, 04:51 PM
http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e292/skysrock/Smileys/laughing.gif

You should have seen his face :laugh: that the most embarissing thing I've done in years. :laugh:

MattHughesRocks
01-17-2010, 04:55 PM
I'm still LOL. I wished I could have seen YOUR face! http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e292/skysrock/Smileys/laughing.gif


You just started this thread and you already won!

http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e292/skysrock/Smileys/laughing.gifYou should have seen his face :laugh: that the most embarissing thing I've done in years. :laugh:

Tyburn
01-17-2010, 05:24 PM
I'm still LOL. I wished I could have seen YOUR face! http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e292/skysrock/Smileys/laughing.gif


You just started this thread and you already won!

http://i41.photobucket.com/albums/e292/skysrock/Smileys/laughing.gif

I was like :scared0015: oooops :ashamed:
:laugh:

Blade
01-17-2010, 05:55 PM
I guess being a male escort pays better than Asda huh? :tongue0011:

Tyburn
01-17-2010, 06:16 PM
I guess being a male escort pays better than Asda huh? :tongue0011:

Ohh no...the guy whose car I got in was...pig ugly...:laugh: it was nothing but an accident...thankfully he doesnt live down our road...he must just have been visiting someone or something.

Blade
01-17-2010, 06:26 PM
Ohh no...the guy whose car I got in was...pig ugly...:laugh: it was nothing but an accident...thankfully he doesnt live down our road...he must just have been visiting someone or something.

Maybe he'd heard services were being rendered there? lol

Tyburn
01-17-2010, 06:29 PM
Maybe he'd heard services were being rendered there? lol

:ninja: but I dont advertise :mellow:

:laugh::laugh:

Blade
01-17-2010, 06:34 PM
:ninja: but I dont advertise :mellow:

:laugh::laugh:

Word of mouth? A recommendation? :stirthepot:

Tyburn
01-17-2010, 06:37 PM
Word of mouth? A recommendation? :stirthepot:

That assume they are left with the ability to speak now doesnt it Blade :wink:

Blade
01-17-2010, 06:39 PM
That assume they are left with the ability to speak now doesnt it Blade :wink:

:yikes::moped:

Tyburn
01-17-2010, 07:10 PM
:yikes::moped:

:laugh:

que
01-17-2010, 09:11 PM
i haven't told anyone this in a long time, but what the heck. back in 06' i was at an event in front of literally thousands of people and i pooped in my shorts. unfortunately my shorts were white and everyone could see the brown stain appear immediately on the back. oh crap wait that was tim sylvia's memory not mine. i really need to stop doing that.

J.B.
01-18-2010, 01:45 AM
Dang, I had a nice witty response planned out that had something to do with misspelling thread titles, but then I actually read Dave's post...:laugh:

My most embarrassing moment is actually just a collective number of small on stage mishaps and technical problems. Every time I am performing live I become this super anal retentive perfectionist, so even the slightest of mishaps will embarrass me and send me into the red-zone.

One time in particular though, we had a polarity problem in the venue we were playing at, and when I stepped up to the microphone to do a vocal check, I got electrocuted by the mic and it almost knocked me on my ass. It was crazy, as soon as my lips touched the microphone, all I saw was a white flash and it felt like I just got hit with a check hook. Even today, every time I have to get right up on the mic I still have that feeling in the back of my mind, so that if it happens again at least I'm a little prepared for it. That, and I don't wear sandals on stage anymore...always industrial strength work boots! :laugh:

Oddtodd76
01-18-2010, 02:37 AM
i have nothing that even comes close to topping tyburn! hahahahahaha

Bonnie
01-18-2010, 02:37 AM
Well I think this one is appropriate since we are ending football season. :laugh: It was our school's homecoming football game and I was walking in front of the bleachers and had stopped (can't remember why now)not realizing WHERE I had stopped. All of a sudden all these football guys were running towards me. :scared0011: Yep, I had unknowingly stopped right in front of where our team came out of the lockerroom onto the field. :blush-1: I was frozen in place with my hands around my head just waiting to get knocked over and trampled. The first guy came up short and swerved, then the guy behind him did the same, and on it went.... Luckily for me, every one of them managed to miss me. Unfortunately, several hundred people witnessed this embarassing moment. But, things definitely could have been worse. :laugh:

NateR
01-18-2010, 02:52 AM
Well I think this one is appropriate since we are ending football season. :laugh: It was our school's homecoming football game and I was walking in front of the bleachers and had stopped (can't remember why now)not realizing WHERE I had stopped. All of a sudden all these football guys were running towards me. :scared0011: Yep, I had unknowingly stopped right in front of where our team came out of the lockerroom onto the field. :blush-1: I was frozen in place with my hands around my head just waiting to get knocked over and trampled. The first guy came up short and swerved, then the guy behind him did the same, and on it went.... Luckily for me, every one of them managed to miss me. Unfortunately, several hundred people witnessed this embarassing moment. But, things definitely could have been worse. :laugh:

Hmmm, for some reason I thought that your embarrassing story would involve 'Dancing with the Stars' and Matt's blog. :Whistle:

Bonnie
01-18-2010, 02:58 AM
Okay, another "sports" related one (sorta). :laugh: My freshman year in highschool, before school started, they made all the athletes come in for a little physical. This was everyone--football, track, volleyball, etc... So we all had to pee in cups and stand in line waiting to see the nurse to give her our sample and paperwork. My best friend was standing in front of me and I noticed her paperwork and realized I didn't have mine in the correct order. So I start to sort out my papers not realizing that my cup was tilting over. Did I forget to mention these cups did not have lids. :wink: Uh, huh, and it just so happens I was standing next to the chair the nurse had her sweater draped over. :rolleyes: But, hey, at least she wasn't in the chair. :laugh:

I can laugh about it now, but at the time (remember I was a freshman) I was mortified. :ashamed:

Bonnie
01-18-2010, 03:14 AM
Hmmm, for some reason I thought that your embarrassing story would involve 'Dancing with the Stars' and Matt's blog. :Whistle:

Oh...that. :ashamed: Thanks for reminding me, Nathan! :rolleyes:

:laugh: I can still remember that sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach when I got your post. :laugh: But I'm ready for you two this year. :ninja:


Btw Mr. Rosario, don't you have a story to tell, if I remember (and I do). That's right it was called "A Nate Story". :tongue0011: Now that you have "experience", Nate, Katelyn should be a breeze. :laugh:

MattHughesRocks
01-18-2010, 04:09 AM
Every time my eye catches the name of this thread I start LOL thinking about Dave :laugh::laugh::laugh:

Bonnie
01-18-2010, 04:42 AM
I know. :laugh:

I've gone to the "wrong" car before in a parking lot, getting more and more frustrated that my key wouldn't work before finally realizing why. :laugh: The last time I did that I was trying to open the trunk to put my groceries in and set the alarm off. I realized it wasn't my car and hotfooted it out of there.

But, I don't have anything that's gonna top Dave's. :laugh:

TENNESSEAN
01-18-2010, 04:54 AM
Don't feel alone dave, Last week I was in a few different rental cars. I park outside a store next to the buggy cage. Being very busy and not really paying attention to exactly what type of car I was driving. I came out of the store went to the buggy cage jumped in a car and tried to start it. My key wouldn't work I turned the key over and was going to try again when a lady knocked on the window and said sir this isn't your car. When I looked up at her I saw my rental on the other side of the buggy cage. There where several people there to make sure I wasn't trying to steal her car. They all got a big laugh out of it.

I was sending ben a text while walking to the car so I blame him for my mistake. :)

Tyburn
01-18-2010, 11:55 AM
Don't feel alone dave, Last week I was in a few different rental cars. I park outside a store next to the buggy cage. Being very busy and not really paying attention to exactly what type of car I was driving. I came out of the store went to the buggy cage jumped in a car and tried to start it. My key wouldn't work I turned the key over and was going to try again when a lady knocked on the window and said sir this isn't your car. When I looked up at her I saw my rental on the other side of the buggy cage. There where several people there to make sure I wasn't trying to steal her car. They all got a big laugh out of it.

I was sending ben a text while walking to the car so I blame him for my mistake. :)

:laugh: Its an easy mistake to make if you arent paying attention or there is another car that looks just like yours.

Lets just say when my Father did pull up...I wasnt that quick to get in before I checked it was him :laugh:

MattHughesRocks
01-18-2010, 03:09 PM
A new day to LOL over this :laugh::laugh::laugh:



So it was dark and just before Christmas, and I was standing outside my flat waiting for my Father to arrive. He was coming to pick me up to go somewhere, could have been to my Sisters in Leeds....I forget.

Anyway, the noise of his engine is quite distinctive, and I see his blue care pulling up slowly down the road, it pulls up next to where I am standing. So I reach out, open the door, jump in..and then I wonder why I cant find the seatbelt thing

then it strikes me...this is NOT my Fathers car... :blink: so I turned to the guy who had stopped mid undoing his seatbelt, and I say cheerfully..."oh..you're not my Father are you" and get out of his car before he can say anything :laugh:

I then run back into my house and wait for a few moments, before coming back out and waiting, once again for my Father to arrive :w00t:

Vizion
01-18-2010, 04:02 PM
That is funny Dave :laugh:

Mine was similar, but not as.

Mine was I got into a car, put my dog in the backseat, put the key into the ignition, it wouldn't fit. Then I noticed that the front seat looked different and I sat there thinking "when did I put a cb radio in here?"....then it hit that it wasn't my car.

Felt kind of bad for the owner - hope he wasn't allergic to dogs.

CAMPO
02-08-2010, 02:23 PM
I think it depends on who you're with.

...I have had some semi-embarrassing moments...but then there was this one night, that my good friend had to fill in the details for me, my memory of everything that happened was totally lost....ummm, never more embarrassed in my ENTIRE LIFE! But I just laugh about it now...and will never forget, well...LOL :Whistle:

MattHughesRocks
02-08-2010, 03:45 PM
:laugh::laugh::laugh::happy0198:

Share a few with your Forum Family.

I shall start.

So it was dark and just before Christmas, and I was standing outside my flat waiting for my Father to arrive. He was coming to pick me up to go somewhere, could have been to my Sisters in Leeds....I forget.

Anyway, the noise of his engine is quite distinctive, and I see his blue care pulling up slowly down the road, it pulls up next to where I am standing. So I reach out, open the door, jump in..and then I wonder why I cant find the seatbelt thing

then it strikes me...this is NOT my Fathers car... :blink: so I turned to the guy who had stopped mid undoing his seatbelt, and I say cheerfully..."oh..you're not my Father are you" and get out of his car before he can say anything :laugh:

I then run back into my house and wait for a few moments, before coming back out and waiting, once again for my Father to arrive :w00t:

Llamafighter
02-08-2010, 04:00 PM
When I was in middle school (i think 7 or 8 grade) I got to go to a menonite chrurch and perform in a choir of about 80-100 people. we performed Handel's "The Messiah" for 3 nights to sold out crowds. since me and my buddy were the youngest they put us right in the front row. after the first night I got into the car with my parents, sister, and Grandma and was all excited when my mom said "You did a great job, but did you know your zipper was down and your shirt was peeking out?
I was so embarrassed.

Bonnie
02-08-2010, 04:05 PM
:laugh:

Dave's story is gonna turn into your "two black eyes" joke now isn't it, Michelle. :laugh:

It is funny. I've got tears in my eyes right now laughing after reading it again. :laugh:

MattHughesRocks
02-08-2010, 04:18 PM
I swear I was thinking about it last night randomly LOL in my livingroom then this morning I see a post that brought it to the top and LOL all over again:laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::la ugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:

This is getting ridiculous! :laugh:


:laugh:

Dave's story is gonna turn into your "two black eyes" joke now isn't it, Michelle. :laugh:

It is funny. I've got tears in my eyes right now laughing after reading it again. :laugh:

Bonnie
02-08-2010, 04:27 PM
I swear I was thinking about it last night randomly LOL in my livingroom then this morning I see a post that brought it to the top and LOL all over again:laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::laugh::la ugh::laugh::laugh::laugh:

This is getting ridiculous! :laugh:

STOP IT! :laugh: My face hurts! :laugh:

MattHughesRocks
02-08-2010, 04:29 PM
What a way to start the day :laugh: Now I've got to get to work.

Later.
:laugh::laugh::laugh:


STOP IT! :laugh: My face hurts! :laugh:

Bonnie
02-08-2010, 04:32 PM
What a way to start the day :laugh: Now I've got to get to work.

Later.
:laugh::laugh::laugh:

Thanks for making my morning! :laugh:

Now go on get outta here. :laugh:

VCURamFan
02-08-2010, 04:41 PM
I didn't start drinking until my 21st birthday, so about a month or so later, a friend of mine was throwing a party at her apartment. I bought myself a sixpack & headed over. In short order I had polished that off, had a coupla the beers in her fridge & was competing in multiple games of flip-cup & beer bong. I'm sure y'all can see where this is headed: newbie doesn't know his limits or when to stop drinking. Yeah. In the middle of a flip cup game, I realized I was about to blow (I think everyone else did, too, because I was suddenly very alone in the middle of a very big cirlce! :laugh:). As it started to rise, I figured the best idea would be to just cover my mouth with my hand & hold it in until I could make it to the bathroom. No such luck. Imagine a thumb over the end of a water hose, except make the water brown & chunky & make me the hose. It was good times. :frantics:

Then, to make matters worse, as I tried to hussle off to the bathroom, I slipped in a puddle of my own puke & went down hard in the kitchen! :laugh:

Llamafighter
02-08-2010, 04:59 PM
Oh...that. :ashamed: Thanks for reminding me, Nathan! :rolleyes:

:laugh: I can still remember that sinking feeling in the pit of my stomach when I got your post. :laugh: But I'm ready for you two this year. :ninja:


Btw Mr. Rosario, don't you have a story to tell, if I remember (and I do). That's right it was called "A Nate Story". :tongue0011: Now that you have "experience", Nate, Katelyn should be a breeze. :laugh:


:Whistle:
http://www.youtube.com/user/matthughesonline#p/u/16/vwlAchLzi48

CAMPO
02-09-2010, 02:37 PM
:Whistle:
http://www.youtube.com/user/matthughesonline#p/u/16/vwlAchLzi48

Ahhhhh HA HA HA HA HA!!!!!!! :laugh: Whoopsie! :blink: :huh: