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19 people the absolute most embarrassing moment of their life so far.

19 people the absolute most embarrassing moment of their life so far.

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The sweaty-palmed, red-facedm, cringe-worthy feeling of complete and utter embarrassment is unfortunately a routine part of the human experience...

So, when a Reddit user asked, 'what is your all-time most embarrassing moment?' people were ready to share the memory that still jerks them awake at 3 AM in a cold sweat even years after is occurred. It's ok, nobody remembers the 3rd grade talent show except for everyone you went to elementary school with and the guy who brought it up at your 10-year high school reunion.

1.

Was on an airplane years ago with my girlfriend and her parents. My girlfriend couldn't get a seat next to me and sat directly behind me. During the flight I thought I would surprise her and reached me hand back onto her knee. Slowly I kept extending it up her thigh until I heard giggling.

Looked behind through the seats and saw that my hand was on the leg of the guy next to her. He saw my face and said, 'I just wanted to see how far you'd go.' Of course my girlfriend was in on it and started laughing along with the rest of the row. Was so embarrassed - nocturnalplur

2.

I don’t know if it was more cringeworthy than embarrassing, but thinking back I definitely grimace... I was in kindergarten and was playing in the sandbox at recess one day with my friend. We were making a sandcastle but didn’t have any sand that was wet enough to form a solid structure.

I had been holding my pee for a while, and being 5 years old I didn’t want to stop playing, so i let it out while I was sitting and promptly let my friend know that I had magically found some wet sand that we could build with, and no one was the wiser. We built a damn good castle. Sorry, Matthew. - yourideassuck

3.

I was 13 years old. Paid this kid in my class $10 to tell this girl also in my class that I like her and if she would go out with me. The kid told her that I paid him and she never confronted me about it until 8th grade graduation a few months later. - zzsquier

4.

in 4th grade, I was asked to be in my schools spelling bee. I was the only 4th grader and youngest person that would be in it, so I practiced every day for weeks with my mom. day finally comes, I get EVERY single word wrong.

I never attempted to spell even one letter from the words, I just stood there awkwardly and silently for about 10 seconds each time before I sulked away back into my seat without speaking a word the entire time. In front of the entire school and staff. I blanked out when the first word they asked me to spell was “rotisserie.' - bbystars

5.

The night I turned 21, I was in Vegas with my Mother, older sister and her husband. I turned 21 technically a few minutes prior, and because we had just gotten out of a show, we walked inside the nearest bar to the theater, which happened to be a loud, packed, jungle themed bar called Kahunaville.

My family walks up to the bartender, points to me and proudly proclaims that it is my 21st birthday, expecting some kind of special treatment. The bartender visibly rolls his eyes and takes our drink orders without saying anything else. We were so turned off, but figured we could at least celebrate my first legal drink, and then go somewhere else more welcoming.

After a few minutes, everyone has their drinks except for me. The bartender stands up on top of the bar top, and has a microphone. He gets the attention of the crowded bar, 'Excuse me. I'd like to let everyone know that it this young lady's (points at me) 21st birthday!'

The whole bar erupts, super embarrassing, or so I thought, until the bartender takes a seat on the bar top, with his two feet resting on top of two bar stools, and his legs spread, facing me. He turns around and pulls out a huge drink in a large hurricane glass, complete with a long banana sticking out of the top of it. Needless to say, there was no straw.

Still sitting on top of the bar with his legs spread, he places this erect drink between his legs, and in front of the packed bar, he invites me to 'take a drink' -with no hands. Now, I'm a great sport, and the bar is cheering me on. But my mother is two feet away from me.

I looked at my sister who shrugged and gave me the 'we are in Vegas' look, so I took a deep breath and went to town on the banana with my hands behind my back, all while the bartender gives his best 'O' face to the crowd, but mostly to my Mother. We left the bar, and how relieved I was hearing my mom say, 'THAT WAS AWESOME!!!' - susibirb

6.

I was on a date and we decided to go to sushi (one of those decently affordable but kinda sketchy ones). I was really craving Korean short ribs cause that shit is the best. Lo and behold the sushi restaurant had it on the menu! Fantastic! I ate it, it was delicious.

But on the bus ride home my tummy started to feel a little rumbly. No big deal. We would be home in 20. Well over the course of that bus ride it turned into a grave situation. Water at the floodgates kind of thing, but I was off the bus now and we started our 5 minute walk home.

I made it about 40 steps. It all started pouring out. Date was next to me (who was aware off my rumbly tumtums) and I just said 'oh no, it's happening'. The only thing that saved me was there was an area off the side where it was dark and no one would see me. I hid until my date got back with a pair of pants. I left the sh*t pants behind (I'm really sorry to whoever found that). I made him swear on his mom's grave that he would never tell anyone. We broke up, and to this day I still wonder if he kept his promise. - Dingus_93

7.

I still think of it when i walk into the offices at work, usually when i arrive there’s nobody there and i go ahead and do my thing. Walked in to work, music blasting out of my earbuds doing the footloose dance to do a swirl and turn around to see a full conference room of people just staring at me for a solid 10 seconds. Did not know there was an early meeting that day. - Daedarus123

8.

I wasn't there when it happened, but I have like, residual embarrassment because I sent my wife a naked pic of me and she opened her phone screen to show something to her family and, 'oh, I have a message from my hunni, what could this be? OH GOD! - Mistah-Jay

9.

I was at an NFL game and something I had ate earlier had just wrecked my stomach and left me with horrible gas. Like the kind which clears a room it is so bad. I was walking up the stairs to my seat mid game and really had to let one rip. Right then the crowd cheered and I thought the moment was right.

What I didn’t realize is that my a*s was at the same level as a woman sitting in her seat on the aisle and I literally farted right in her ear. I looked back at her as she looked at me with shock and disgust, I quickly turned away and climbed the stairs as fast as I could and blended into the crowd. I still think about her time to time, and how horrible that must have truly been for her and just cringe at what an idiot I was. - Rocketmax

10.

In primary school (grades 1-6 in Australia) there was a school wide assembly in the hall. I was a 6th grader sitting on the hard floor with my class then I got called up the front because I'd won an award.

So I proceed to stand up, but sitting on the hard floor gave me a dead leg and my foot collapsed under me making me immediately fall over on top of the girl that was sitting next to me. In front of the entire school. I still get embarrassed thinking about that. - mathiasbloodaxe

11.

When I was 16 I went to a waterpark with slides and pools and all with my uncle and two younger cousins. I wore a regular bikini and went swimming in some pools with my cousins for about 40 minutes. We then went to this big slide thing, and after that we got in line to do an even bigger one with my uncle too. As I'm standing in line, I hear some teenagers laugh behind me, and I turned around to see one of them pointing at me and quickly stop as they saw me stare back.

I then looked down. I had bits of wet, white toilet paper all down my legs. When I was a teenager I used to always fold toilet paper and put it in my underwear to prevent discharge staining them. I must have done it automatically and forgot I was wearing a bathing suit.

I have never felt so exposed and ashamed in my life. There wasn't just a little bit. I started trying to get it off, but there was always more. I tried to play it cool as I was chatting to my uncle, and I know for a fact he noticed because he always notices little things but thankfully he never said a word. We are not that close which made it all the more awkward, along with the fact I was touching my crotch way too much. I was paranoid for the rest of the day for there to be more. - orangepun-king

12.

Recently went on a vacation with some friends + a mutual friend who I don't know that well. Him and I took the pullout couches, and his was right next to the bathroom. Later one night, when we were all walking around away from our hotel, I got the stomach rumbles. Then the nausea hit. I have never felt so sick in my life. It felt like someone was grabbing my insides and twisting them.

The second we got back to our hotel I made a beeline for the bathroom. Through that paper thin wall, this guy I barely knew heard me shit pure liquid out of my ass (complete with loud, wet farts), cry, and vomit in a trash can in front of me. I spent the rest of the night shivering in bed and making runs to the bathroom. I hit the 'been married for a decade' barrier with them in a single night. Food poisoning is a b*tch. - teensysnek

13.

I hit face first into a street light lamp post because I was staring (while walking) at a beautiful girl walking towards the direction where I am coming from. It was in front of the main gate of our university. Hundreds of students saw it. My friends laughed hard as hell. - KiwiPin0

14.

This was during my Sophomore year in math class. I sat between two gentleman. I was really congested that day and thus pretty tired at the same time. I was resting my head in my hand and hunched over my math book when I felt a sneeze coming. I went to lean back but apparently didn't move quick enough when the force of this sneeze sent my face hurling into my desk.

My head smacked the desk so hard that I bounced back up like a basketball. At that point I was just dizzy and like 'Uhhh....'. Meanwhile, the two guys next to me just completely lose their sh*t. The one on the right is howling with laughter. The one on the left has his face in his hands and is snorting. The teacher looked at us so confused and all I could say was '...I sneezed.' - sleepcantcatchme

15.

I was at my friends birthday party in high school and was super drunk. Ran up to a group of people and said “Watch this! I then proceeded to run and dive into a bounce house only for the Velcro lined entrance to grab my sweats/boxers and pull them down to my ankles. I’ll never forget the looks of horror on their faces while I laid there on my back with my legs in the air showing off all my goodies - Tostonn

16.

Filming for my high school football team since I had broken a bone. Me and my buddy were talking about girls, as high schoolers do, and we found out a few weeks later it recorded sound as well. That still keeps me up at night sometimes. - eatmyshorts283

17.

I was 16. I was playing the piano in front of the entire school and I'd forgotten my music. I thought it was fine because I'd been playing this piece by heart for months but I forgot it halfway through. I tentatively played a few chords but I just couldn't remember. So I just went 'oh sh*t' really loudly and laughed awkwardly. The second I did that I remembered and finished off my piece.

Then I went home and cried for 3 hours. Since then, I have only played the piano in public once (I used to play in competitions and so on) and that was for my friend's wedding last year. 8 years after the fact. I was so nervous on the run-up I couldn't eat properly for 2 months and on the morning of I secretly went and threw up a few times. Fortunately, it went off without a hitch! - smidgit

18.

In 8th grade I broke my wrist in gym class - it was a square dancing class. My dad called me twinkle toes for years. - princesssconsuelaa

19.

I had a great day at a waterpark / outdoor pool and towards the afternoon a woman came up to me and whispered in my ear that I have a problem with my swimsuit. I reached behind a noticed a huge gap. The fabric was torn right in the middle and you could see my white, untanned as*crack. I was running around like this all day and no one said anything. - flabinella

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