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Snaggy
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posted April 19, 2001 23:22     Click Here to See the Profile for Snaggy   Click Here to Email Snaggy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Or are you too scared to tell?

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I got caught once, masturbating at school. That was pretty bad, and I had to live with the nickname MastyPants for years.

I eventually moved out of that town. Thank God, i never want to see it ever again.

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i think it was the time on a camping trip when i had to take a poop and right in the middle of it, between dumps as you might say, these two gorgeous hiker chicks appeared out of nowhere.

oh man, that was em-bare-ass-ing! they were laughing their heads off though... so that's not too bad is it?

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posted April 20, 2001 10:44     Click Here to See the Profile for AsianWolfman     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Snaggy:
Or are you too scared to tell?


or that we quite can't remember it.

Mine involves a bottle of taquila, a moon, and a university cop. And in that order.


IF that does make sence, then here. I drank a bottle of ta-kill-ya in one hour's time period. then mooned the university cop. I had a lot of explaining to do later that evening.

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Buffy
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posted April 20, 2001 11:38     Click Here to See the Profile for Buffy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I CAN"T TELL YOU THAT!!!!!!

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Steen
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posted April 20, 2001 15:52     Click Here to See the Profile for Steen   Click Here to Email Steen     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I almost never feel embarassed about anything, much to some people's dismay, but I have had moments in which I probably should have been embarassed. The most recent one that I can think of happened a couple of months ago. It started with a huge rip in my jeans as I was boarding the flight home from a work trip...

...and I wasn't wearing underwear at all that day (didn't pack enough by mistake and wasn't going to wear dirty ones again)
...and there was a plane change in Atlanta on the way home
...and I had to walk from concourse D to concourse A to switch flights (which takes a bit of time)
...and it was a very crowded Friday evening when all this was happening
...and all the way there I kept hearing people saying 'look at that' and 'did you see that' behind me

Despite all this, I wasn't really all that embarassed. I was more worried that I'd get tagged by airport security for walking around with part of my butt exposed. At least the rip was over the left butt cheek instead of down the center which, I would think, would be much worse a sight for the hundreds of people who got an eyefull that evening.

Em oh oh en ... that spells Steen

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posted April 24, 2001 02:51     Click Here to See the Profile for Seefood     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
ok Steen, you win :-) lovely story!

I can't think of anything too embarasing that ever happend to me, maybe I'm too careful to ever get into embarasing situations (that's a geek thing I suppose). Maybe I need to dare more, risking embarasment to get ahead in life.

a bit late for new year's resolutions, but I'm going to try this anyway

Snaggy, OTOH, must be very embarassed at how few people posted to this thread... :P

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Most males will, precisely ONCE, get their penises caught in their zippers. This is to be expected, I suppose. (ObPopCultureRef: "There's Somthing About Mary".)

Still, it's rather embarrassing (as well as PAINFUL).

What makes it worse is when it happens during adolescence, when still living with one's parents. Having to be "freed" from such a predicament by one's mother just makes the situation worse.

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Snaggy
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posted April 24, 2001 08:49     Click Here to See the Profile for Snaggy   Click Here to Email Snaggy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Seefood: heh, nope. I think we're doing pretty good, especially for such a sensitive topic. (MastyPants, Steen, and the zipper.... LoL)

I'm only embarassed when few people read 'em.

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posted April 24, 2001 09:28     Click Here to See the Profile for supaboy   Click Here to Email supaboy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by Anonymous Male:
Most males will, precisely ONCE, get their penises caught in their zippers. This is to be expected, I suppose.

I dunno. I've never been particularly careful, but everything's always been sufficiently stowed that it's never been an issue for me.

Most embarrassing moment? Hmmm. I was at a party once, and managed to procure a bedroom and a girl at the same time. A guy barged in and started taking pictures, which really spoiled the mood.

The next morning, the girl and I found out there was a video camera hidden in the room as well.

Fortunately, a trusted friend of mine took care of the evidence.

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well, when you run out of clean underwear, and yer in a hurry to get to work...


umm

"YYYYYYYYEAEEEEEEEEEEEEEAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHH
OOOOOOOOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"



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posted April 25, 2001 09:13     Click Here to See the Profile for supaboy   Click Here to Email supaboy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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well, when you run out of clean underwear, and yer in a hurry to get to work...

That's when I reach for a pair of running shorts! I've got a few laying about that can serve as spares.

Heh- I found out that the brand of one pair is the same one that manufactures the Hooters Girls' shorts. 'Cept I could actually run in mine, and I don't look as good no matter what I'm wearing.

BTW, your bracketed text didn't show up right.

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posted April 25, 2001 17:08     Click Here to See the Profile for xobender   Click Here to Email xobender     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Welll i just been told that i was found in front of my computer passed out and sleeping with drool down my face and shirt..lol.. i thought i had gotten away with that but it appears not..my roomie always checks in on me whatever time it is...next time lock the door for sure...:P

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posted April 26, 2001 09:24     Click Here to See the Profile for quantumfluff   Click Here to Email quantumfluff     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
This is probably not my most embarassing moment, but it is fresh in my mind.

I have a broken gas guage in my car. When it gets below half a tank, if just drops to zero. I was driving to the airport Tuesday with a zero meter, but I thought I had at least 2 gallons left. There is a gas station right before the airport entrance, but I passed it because I knew I had enough. As I pulled into the airport I ran out of gas.

OK, people run out of gas all the time, but what makes this good is when the airport tow guy arrived to hual me away. He got out of his truck and pointed to my Partnership for an Idiot Free America bumber sticker and said "Hey, you're in the club". There was no snappy comeback I could give to that.

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posted April 26, 2001 12:45     Click Here to See the Profile for DigitalBill   Click Here to Email DigitalBill     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by supaboy:
Heh- I found out that the brand of one pair is the same one that manufactures the Hooters Girls' shorts. 'Cept I could actually run in mine, and I don't look as good no matter what I'm wearing.

Supa,

How EXACTLY did you find this out?

, nudge nudge

And what brand ARE they?

-BD

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posted April 27, 2001 13:03     Click Here to See the Profile for supaboy   Click Here to Email supaboy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Originally posted by DigitalBill:
How EXACTLY did you find this out?

Somebody sent me a link on eBay! I don't know how she found them there, though.

I really, really wish the story was more interesting than that.

Originally posted by DigitalBill:
And what brand ARE they?

Dolfin. I got mine at a shop catering to runners. They were regular running shorts like the other brands there. The Hooters Girl version, to the best of my observational capabilities, does not appear to have an inner lining like the others.

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My most embarrassing moment, thankfully noone actually saw, but I didn't know that at the time. It was a lovely summer day a couple of years back when a male friend of mine was having his bachelor party. Being who I am I desided it would be fun to crash the party and be the only female there. (Well at least until the stripper arrived)
Anyhow, I desided the only decent thing to do, if I was to crash the party was to dress up nice, So I blew the dust off of one of my dresses and put it on.
I went to the Bar were they were having the party and it was in the downstairs room, so I proceded to walk downstairs, at this point I slipped on some beer, tripped down the next 3 steps, broke my beer on the stairs and my dress flew up over my head......
.....red face and all I rolled over and booked up those stairs like a cat on fire, after a couple of drinks I settled down and got the nerve up to go downstairs and congradulate my friend anyways.
The silver lining to this story; I found out that noone was by the stairs when I fell and noone saw anything, but they all heard the fall.

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posted May 07, 2001 02:24     Click Here to See the Profile for Mr Bill   Click Here to Email Mr Bill     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by supaboy:
...The Hooters Girl version, to the best of my observational capabilities, does not appear to have an inner lining like the others.

Isn't there something unethical about using your x-ray vision super powers for personal...um...gain?

8^)

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Originally posted by Mr Bill:
Isn't there something unethical about using your x-ray vision super powers for personal...um...gain?

No.

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posted May 08, 2001 10:22     Click Here to See the Profile for supaboy   Click Here to Email supaboy     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by Mr Bill:
Isn't there something unethical about using your x-ray vision super powers for personal...um...gain?

Well, there's more to it than that. It works both ways, I've found out. True story, and relevant to the thread topic no less:

I work out at the gym often, and I like to think it shows. Usually after I work out, I go stew in the whirlpool at the gym for a bit before i go home. I wear (unlined) soccer shorts to work out and sit in the pool. The pool chemicals had an effect, though. Over time, my shorts were growing less opaque, but only when they were wet. I never noticed anything because they were always dry when I put them on.

Then one day, in a hard step aerobics class where I worked up a soaking sweat, I happened to see myself in the mirror. I could see where my white t-shirt was tucked in through the shorts (with all the opacity of gauze), and the other white stuff I was wearing.

To further my embarrassment, one of the ladies in the class saw me noticing my problem. She said, "You didn't think we were going to tell you, did you?"

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I work out a lot also, both long distance running and body building, and I think Supaboy put it excellently, "I like to think it shows." Today I was getting my excercise by spending 40 minutes running around my block, and, due to the summer heat, I was running with no shirt on. Maybe it's just coincidence, but there are several married, thirty-something women that live on my block (I'm 17) and it seems like they all found occassion to be on their front porches while I passed by. I can't really say that I was embarrassed, tho--I actually got a better workout because I won't let myself slack off if someone else is watching.

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Try this one: My girlfriend took a picture of me in the shower without telling me... its one of those new advantix cameras , very quiet....I was too busy singing away in the shower. Well, i got the pictures back... and guess who got a shot of my butt too while taking the picture... the lady who was developing those pictures gave me a really wide smile while handing the pictures back to me.... I will never live that one down....

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and guess who got a shot of my butt too while taking the picture... the lady who was developing those pictures gave me a really wide smile while handing the pictures back to me.... I will never live that one down....

To quote Sandra Bullock in an otherwise forgetable movie Hope Floats: "Hey folks, ever hear of instant cameras?"

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When I was 17 I was a huge D&D geek. After a long Friday night of gaming with my friends my mom woke me up early the next morning to help with chores or something (not sure why now). I was sitting at the kitchen table with my mom & little brother just talking when I dozed off right in the middle of the conversation. Next thing I know I woke up on the couch in the living room. I had no memory of going from the kitchen to the living room so I just got up and went to my bedroom and passed out. Woke up a few hours later and saw my little brother watching tv so I went and sat down on the couch. He looks and me and says "What's wrong with you?" I'm like "What are you talking about?" He says to me "Mom & Dad just searched all your coat pockets and stuff for drugs!" Knowing I had nothing to worry about I asked him what the hell he was talking about.

Supposedly, after I dozed off at the kitchen table my mom tried to wake me up. According to them I jumped out of the chair and started yelling at my mom "Where's my armor! I need to find my armor!!!!" and then went in the living room and passed out. Freaked the hell out of my mom, she thought I was on drugs. I felt really stupid after that trying to talk to her about it

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Nope, not scared, though a bit concerened that this seems like an obvious sitcom plot.

My former wife (a TTB in her own right) and I had a place where we could sun and fun in the nude. One day she thinks it would be a hoot to bring the camera along and take some pics. She was a (ahem) camera buff. And planned on developing these shots on her own.

About the same time we had some friends getting married, and being broke college students they asked my then wife to handle the photography. We all know what would happen to Lucy and Ricky in this situation. And yes, my then-darling did have some 'splainin' to do once we discovered the roll we developed on our own was their wedding pictures instead of our naked lunch.

By the time we developed these pictures, our friends had the other roll develolped for at least two-three weeks. We did get the photos back. And they got their wedding shots. Shortly afterwards, our friends invited us over to dinner.

After a couple of pre-dinner drinks, our friends announced they had a surprise for us and left the room. We thought it might be a small gift in exchange for the wedding photography. Apparently they thought the photo mixup was some subtle request for a swinging good time. They returned totally naked, and from the looks of him, quite excited about the prospect of sharing more than dinner.

We politely declined and suggested that we leave and let dinner and everyone concerned "cool down" a bit. As we left, I could hear him scream, "I told YOU!"

That, I think was an embarassing moment for all concerned.

Col. Panic

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wow, first i was amazed to see such an old tread come back from the grave. Then i read the last post, and all i could do was laugh. I think that was one of the funniest things i have ever heard. I could not imagine such a thing. I fear if zorro sees this.
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I'm just wondering if I have the guts to post this without hiding under an unregistered nick.

The most embarrassing thing that ever happened to me was accidently throwing up while... pleasuring one of my now exs orally. Let me explain... I don't react well to heat, lots of hot humid weather tends to make me ill on occasion, and it was the wrong time of month for run of the mill missionary fun. He was in the mood and I figured that would get me to sleep faster than arguing about it, and well... upset stomach and gag reflex just don't mix. The plus is that the only thing in my stomach at the time was red gatorade.

So that would be my most embarrassing moment.

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Originally posted by macadddikt18:
wow, first i was amazed to see such an old tread come back from the grave. Then i read the last post, and all i could do was laugh. I think that was one of the funniest things i have ever heard. I could not imagine such a thing. I fear if zorro sees this.
Nayt



I guess they didn't want dessert Nayt, no biggie >;o) ........Z

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Back in '86, I was working as a disk jockey (before satellite feeds made us redundant, some of us were still hacking away in the outlying areas) I had just finished reading the news and weather at the top of the 6pm hour. The phone was blinking, letting me know someone was calling in, so I had fired off the next tune and picked up the phone.

"You fucking moron," the caller started with.

"FUCK YOU!" I screamed into the phone, then I noticed that the mike switch was still on--that went out over the air.

I half-expected to see the GM coming into the studio with a shotgun, but nothing happened, no calls, no mention of it.

Thank goodness somethings slide by.

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oh darn, zorro, you let me down. I am so sad now. Wait, what am i saying. Zorro, not posting someing about sex, i am happy, Keep up the good work boy.
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A couple years ago, I was flying to San Antonio on an Embraer "Region Jet". Apparently, something I'd ate the day before wasn't digesting well, so I had some gas build-up in my intestines. Normally, I'd be able to control it for the two hours from Ohio to Texas, but typical cabin pressurization is ~10k ft, so the pressure difference was greater than it would have been if I'd stayed at 350ft MSL. So I had a bit of a gas problem the entire flight, of the SBD variety.

Did I mention the Region Jet is (barely) big enough for fifty people? So there wasn't exactly much volume into which the odor could diffuse. The airplane smelled like a sewer by time we landed. My one consolation is that, as pervasive as the smell was, no one could identify me as the source.

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Originally posted by EngrBohn:
A couple years ago, I was flying to San Antonio on an Embraer "Region Jet". Apparently, something I'd ate the day before wasn't digesting well, so I had some gas build-up in my intestines. Normally, I'd be able to control it for the two hours from Ohio to Texas, but typical cabin pressurization is ~10k ft, so the pressure difference was greater than it would have been if I'd stayed at 350ft MSL. So I had a bit of a gas problem the entire flight, of the SBD variety.



Y'know, I had a similar problem climbing Mt. Shasta (same air pressure to, for part of the way). Fortunately(?) my whole rope team did too, so we spent the whole climb feeling sorry for whoever went behind us. The one adavantage was we were out in the open so the laws of diffusion could do their job.

To all you backpacking geeks, avoid freeze-dried lasagna. It didn't even taste that good.

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Originally posted by macadddikt18:
oh darn, zorro, you let me down. I am so sad now. Wait, what am i saying. Zorro, not posting someing about sex, i am happy, Keep up the good work boy.
nayt



actually dessert was a sexual reference..........Z

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posted May 14, 2002 05:48     Click Here to See the Profile for macadddikt18   Click Here to Email macadddikt18     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
and here i was with high hopes of your recovery zorro. I should have known.
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at least I didn't mention the cherry on top......Z

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Somehow I don't think anyone involved was a virgin, Zorro.

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posted May 15, 2002 05:19     Click Here to See the Profile for macadddikt18   Click Here to Email macadddikt18     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
what would a cherry have to do with virginity?
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One of these days one of us really MUST take you aside and explain some things, Nayt. But not today. It's too funny.

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posted May 15, 2002 11:32     Click Here to See the Profile for MacManKrisK   Click Here to Email MacManKrisK     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
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Originally posted by macadddikt18:
what would a cherry have to do with virginity?
Nayt

Slang, Nayt...quoth the Merriam Webster Collegate Dictionary (most notibly the 3rd definition)...

quote:
Main Entry: cher·ry
Pronunciation: 'cher-E
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural cherries
Etymology: Middle English chery, from Old North French cherise (taken as a plural), from Late Latin ceresia, from Latin cerasus cherry tree, from Greek kerasos
Date: 14th century

1 a : any of numerous trees and shrubs (genus Prunus) of the rose family that bear pale yellow to deep red or blackish smooth-skinned drupes enclosing a smooth seed and that include some cultivated for their fruits or ornamental flowers -- compare SWEET CHERRY
b : the fruit of a cherry c : the wood of a cherry

2 : a variable color averaging a moderate red

3 a : HYMEN b : VIRGINITY


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Originally posted by platypus:
One of these days one of us really MUST take you aside and explain some things, Nayt. But not today. It's too funny.

Really? I found it more depressing than funny. Or maybe disturbing in a depressing way would be more accurate.

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