Most Embarrassing Moments...

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    Jun 12, 2011 12:55 AM GMT
    I love to hear people`s stories- I`ll start...

    I inadvertently came out to one of my friends when I walked into the closing door at 7-11 checking out a guy. Everyone in the store stopped and watched me peel myself off the glass.

    My best story was when I used to work in an ER. A couple of stunning cops came in with a client and were standing next to where I was working. I had to consult this client, but she must have caught me checking out the cops as she screams, full throttle: ``Oh my god- that nurse is checking out the cops!!!`` I think I turned about 10 shades of red. LOL
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    Jun 12, 2011 2:58 AM GMT
    Has anyone ever heard of Mr. Bean? Yeah, my life is that.
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    Jun 12, 2011 3:06 AM GMT
    Fell off a treadmill trying to get on it, not knowing it was running cause my eyesight was busy checking out the ball game on the tv. This was after work, busy at the gym. Managed to get a few laughs out of everyone next to me. My elbows scab is a reminder for me when i walk onto a treadmill. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Jun 12, 2011 3:06 AM GMT
    My worst one actually didnt happen to me, but my duet partner. We were doing "As Long As Your Mine" from Wicked and we were supposed to walk the front of the stage if front of the orchestra pit and meet in the middle. On closing night, she lost her footing and fell in the pit. I had no clue what to do, I just stood there and kinda looked at her, and 1,000 people were looking at me and all I said on my mike was "Guess she did break a leg afterall" not a single person laughed. I turned more red than Lohan's crotch.
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    Jun 12, 2011 3:10 AM GMT
    I almost fell on top of the lady in the elliptical next to me when I lost my balance because I got distracted looking at the hot dude walking by! FML.
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    Jun 12, 2011 3:38 AM GMT
    jkwbb004 saidMy worst one actually didnt happen to me, but my duet partner. We were doing "As Long As Your Mine" from Wicked and we were supposed to walk the front of the stage if front of the orchestra pit and meet in the middle. On closing night, she lost her footing and fell in the pit. I had no clue what to do, I just stood there and kinda looked at her, and 1,000 people were looking at me and all I said on my mike was "Guess she did break a leg afterall" not a single person laughed. I turned more red than Lohan's crotch.


    this is effing hilarious... i definitely would've laughed at that.
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    Jun 12, 2011 4:04 AM GMT
    I attended a very grand wedding in 1978, with this very overdone reception afterwards. The bridesmaids and groomsmen were all introduced individually by this bombastic MC on a microphone, some 16 of them before the couple made their spectacular entrance down a stairway. "And NOW, ladies & gentlemen, for the first time ever, introducing Mister & Misses..." It was nauseating.

    So my girlfriend & I were seated at a banquet table, when this friend of ours (a distant cousin of hers, and drop-dead gorgeous) was announced at the head of the stairs, and descended for his entrance paired with a bridesmaid. But she was as big as a house, and should have had a forklift to move her around, though no more than mid-20s like him.

    And I quipped to my GF next to me that she wasn't really Tom's type. Since Tom, with looks like a model and a broadcaster's voice that even I envied, had to beat the women away, and looked silly with this hippo on his arm, coming down the stairs to a big musical fanfare.

    And the guy directly across from me at the table said: "No, she's not his type, because that's my wife!"

    I practically died in place. And then had to sit across from the 2 of them for the entire evening. I fled to the dance floor as often as I could, though not a dancer then and something I usually avoided.

    It was one of several painful lessons yet ahead of me to curb my bitchy mouth. And it's strange -- whenever I say something really nasty, I always get into trouble and embarrassed about it. Like God or something is punishing me for it. It does make me wonder.
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    Jun 12, 2011 12:01 PM GMT
    I was attending this audition for a film and had to perform a monologue. I had submitted for a ton of projects and there werent many details available on this one. The whole thing was badly run and I waited in a long line with other hopefuls.

    I finally get in the room and start to do my monologue, from Sexual Perversity in Chicago by David Mamet. It's filled with blue language and one spot where I recount (and act out) having loud crazy sex. Sounds strange but I did it well and usually got good laughs.

    I got about 25% in and not even a chuckle. Someone stopped me and asked, "You do realize this is a Catholic film?"