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People Recall Their Embarrassing Moments Which Make Them Want To Curl Up And Die

Everyone has their fair share of moments where they've made a total fool of themselves in public. It's only natural; we're all human, and we all make mistakes. Granted, some make more significant mistakes than others, but overall, we're somewhat in the same boat. Whether it's tripping over yourself after giving a presentation, spilling a drink all over your date, or offending someone by guessing their wrong age, whatever embarrassing thing you've done, someone has also done it before you. Either that or they've done something worse. So to make yourself feel better about your embarrassing moments, here are some from other people who wished the ground could swallow them up.



people recall their most embarrassing moments | thumbnail text - -ladykitsune- 4 months ago At my first job (I was 15 at the time) one of the older ladies had brought in a cake as it was her birthday. She proudly asked people to guess her age. Most people were graceful enough to say 40, some even said she didn't look a day over 30. Me, being socially unaware and bluntly honest like a kid, blurted out "80!" She was 50 O
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Man Trolled For Telling Pregnant Fiancé Not To Wear Tight Wedding Dress, Because It's 'Tacky'

Most brides look breathtaking whatever their dress choice (except the few like these, who get it wrong). But sometimes, life throws curveballs at you, and you have to roll with the punches. Some brides aren't always able to wear their dream dress for various reasons, especially in the current COVID climate, where no one knows what the hell is going on. Planning a wedding nowadays is difficult for everyone, and one couple decided they didn't want to wait until they could have their dream wedding and wanted to start trying for a baby first instead. They got pregnant straight away and immediately started planning their wedding, which would occur when the bride was 30 weeks pregnant. No biggie, because, as most open-minded people would agree, a pregnant bride is a glowing bride, and a glowing bride is a happy bride.  But not according to this woman's fiance, who posted on Reddit's Am I The Ahole, claiming that he thinks her choice of tight-fitting wedding dress is trashy, and "flaunting her pregnancy while we're getting married would be a bad look". Shockingly, she didn't take well to her fiance essentially shaming her for being pregnant at their wedding—a process in which he was clearly a willing participant. Redditers jumped to her defense, calling him out to be the massive ahole that he is.



man trolled for telling pregnant fiancé that her tight fitting wedding dress is tacky | thumbnail text - Posted by u/PriorDragonfruit8147 3 months ago 2 AITA for telling my fiancé that it would be tacky for her to wear a wedding dress emphasizing her baby bump? Asshole ***Context:*** We were originally supposed to be married back in June, but that was canceled for obvious reasons. We're both in our 30s, so the plan had been to start trying for a baby right before our wedding. I wanted to delay t
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