Originally Posted by JenJen
Hahahahaha, this is the most funny one i've read xD
My embarassing moments is when my auntie came, i spilled (my auntie) on my friend's parent's car == ....the rest is blank...
How did you manage to "spill your auntie"? o_O
Anyway, to contribute to this topic, I have a few fresh anecdotes! Not all of them fit into the "embarrassing" category, but I can guarantee you that they are at least amusing!
1. Back in my A level days, at an impulse, I once sang the chorus of Frankie Vallie's "Can't Take My Eyes Off You" at the top of my lungs while waltzing around my room with my clearly terrified stuffed bunny as my unwilling dance partner. I swear my housemates never looked at me the same way again after that.
2. One of my friends once made a comment about a dish called "aromatic duck" and all I could do was stare at him blankly because the only thing that crossed my mind was the chemical definition of "aromatic" and I started thinking about benzene rings and the like. The said friend now thinks I don't know what a duck is, and probably thinks I'm a moron for it too.
3. I once stood on top of a fallen log in a meadow and yelled "I'M KING OF THE WORLD!" while one of my friends stood next to me with an awkward smile on his face possibly thinking I am a lunatic. PICTORIAL EVIDENCE EXISTS [but there's no way I'm bringing it into Recom of course].
4. I had a friend who was pretty good at cooking. One day he sent me a message on Facebook asking me to help out in something and in return he'd cook us all a meal. So I made a really enthusiastic reply including something along the lines of "shrieking like a rabid fangirl". Unfortunately, as luck would have it, I was in the same room as he was when he checked his Facebook. He turned and grinned. He must have thought I was trying to be his groupie or something. T_T
5. There was this Criminal Law lecturer that I was a huge fan of. He'd always bring something new into each lecture [once he shot a water gun into the audience to demonstrate assault and battery, brought his child's toy and ripped it on stage to demonstrate bodily harm and wounding, threw a frisbee into the audience, passed chocolate around, etc] AND not to mention he was the author of an extremely popular textbook. So ANYWAY, somebody started a Facebook fan group in his honour and I joined-lah, posting on the Wall a fangirl-ish comment like "*shrieks like a rabid fangirl*" [again]. Unfortunately, my Crim Law tutor who was a close friend of him, saw and commented about it during my next tutorial. "I really like your comment on that group" before proceeding to read it out. My tutorial mates turned to stare before cracking up hysterically.
6. When I was really young I once attempted to run up a wall thinking I was a stuntman on a motorcycle. Needless to say the valiant endeavour ended in hysterical tears and a sore head. In retrospect I guess it might explain a lot about why I am the way I am today. T_T