When we are kids, we don’t really understand what others can see and can’t see. At this point in our young lives, we have also not yet developed and mastered our own methods of how to hide shameful secrets and actions.
This poor second-grader publically did something no human should ever see another human doing. Looking back at it now, he cringes, but at least the past is in the past.
If you are an awkward person that finds it hard to make conversation or respond properly when you are being talked to by a stranger, you definitely know this one.
Many of us have found ourselves saying "You too" when wished "Happy Birthday!" But wishing a nice holiday to an airport worker, whose job is to see people going on vacation every day... that's a lot cruder. We hope they both laughed it off.
Make No Mistake, We all Make Mistakes
We have heard it being said that everything you do up until the age of 30 is a big, no, huge mistake. We are not sure whether this gives us pleasure or instills terror in us.
This Reddit user has confessed that the first 20-something years of his life have all been a sequence of shameful, mortifying moments. No details are given, but luckily we have our own shameful memories to help us try and get a clearer picture.
A Tragic Relief
What was this guy doing at a comedy show not intended for him? Guess we will never know. But honestly, that alone was shady enough.
The last thing you'd wanna do while infiltrating a space you don't really belong to is draw attention to yourself. Spilling drinks isn't exactly the best way to go undetected. We did get a great story out of it, though.
The Smoothie that Slapped
Imagine this: You wake up to a lovely morning, the sky is blue, the birds are chirping and you have great plans for the day: a date and a McDonald's smoothie.
You get all dressed up, only to find out your date ditched you. Well, at least smoothies will always be there for you, right? Wrong! Smoothies will spill, they will make you trip over and fall, and leave you crying on the ground. Smoothies are evil.