Most embarassing moment?

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EABowden
I spent the whole of today at my son's school fair with yellow stains all over my neck. I presume I brushed past the stamens on the flowers on my dining table when feeding the younger one.

No-one said a word. Why not? I'd tell someone if I saw them!
Posted: 2008-09-27 20:44:09
mistakenplane
I sometimes walk through woodland to get to the bus stop, one spring years ago I got a small caterpillar in my hair, and again, no one said anything! Eek!
Posted: 2008-09-28 09:49:26
barnslou
I fell asleep ( drunk ) on a gig while playing keyboards with a band. We were be filmed and transmitted onto huge screens all around xxxxxxx to quite a set of high profile people.

Hmmmm, that may be my most stupid moment.

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Posted: 2008-09-28 12:03:51
Elpul
mine is farrrr to embarrassing to post! but it involves a shower and a window cleaner falling off his ladder! :emb:
Posted: 2008-09-28 17:20:13
emma.xo
If only I could begin to count the amount of times I've walked straight into a glass door in public...

:confused2:
Posted: 2008-09-28 18:59:51
Daisy2002
lol you are all so funny :laugh:

I would tell someone if they had something in their hair or on them.
Posted: 2008-10-02 09:57:55
krunchie frog
I don't generally get embarrased. I do stupid things though.

When I was about 10, I was doing a play in assembly and my skirt (costume) fell down and I was in my pants infront of the yeargroup. THat aws kind of funny though. I think cause I laughed at the time, I didn't get the pee ripped out of me for it.
Posted: 2008-10-02 20:32:58
jacqs
Ha HA to all of you!

Once when my boys were very young, we had a family next door who would copy all of our decorating and furniture. It got to the point where he would stand at the bottom of his garden looking in to see what was going on inside :-? .

One morning she knocked on the door asking to borrow some milk, my eldest said, you can't come in cos you only want to see the new fire place so you can get one !!!!
enough said :emb: :applause:

He must have overheard us talking and laughing about them, so watch out kids ears are super at hearing stuff they should not and fabby at ignoring stuff they should listen to.

I still cringe when i think of it!!!
Posted: 2008-10-08 11:25:10
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