15 Times I Want To Die Of Embarrassment
1. When I am stalking someone on Facebook and I accidentally put their name as my status instead of in the search bar.
2. When I’m walking and I trip just a little bit but I know everyone on the sidewalk saw it, and I just have to keep walking.
3. When I toss something in the trash can and miss spectacularly and have to get up and sheepishly put it in the can.
4. When I misspell something really obvious and I have to swear up and down to people that I actually do know how it’s spelled.
5. When I wake up after being too drunk and realize that I had a full-on inappropriate conversation with someone where I told them way too much about my life.
6. When I see my ex out but I look like garbage because I didn’t think I’d see anyone — greasy hair, big zit, the works.
7. When I am talking shit about someone and they happen to be standing right behind me.
8. When I have something in my teeth or a booger hanging out and I don’t notice until I go to the bathroom much later.
9. When I have headphones on and I fart thinking no one else can hear it like an idiot.
10. When I wave really hard at someone and they either don’t see me or ignore me on purpose.
11. When I text the wrong person. Have you ever sent something to your mom meant for your SO? Because I have. It wasn’t pretty.
12. When I’m talking to my crush and my words get ahead of my brain and I’m thinking, “What are you even saying? Stop talking.”
13. When I accidentally “reply all” to an email that includes people I don’t know and did not need to be reply all-ed too because I know other people find that super annoying, but then if I reply all to apologize I’m doing it again.
14. When I say something kind of dickishly funny with such confidence and someone else in the group is like, “Actually my mom died of a shark bite, could you not” or some such similar serious addendum that makes me look like a jerk.
15. When I show someone something I really love like a TV show or a song that means a lot to me and they don’t laugh or think it’s cool, or they shut it off midway through and I have to pretend it doesn’t mean that much to me anyway.
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1. They hasn’t answered my text but I don’t want to seem annoying, what do I do?
Unfriending someone sends a strong message, it’s a symbolic, “constructive notification,” that the nature of your relationship has, for one reason or another, changed.
“Honey, look at this, listen to me.”
1. Nothing good ever happens after 2 AM.