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Or don't. Is it too painful?
Freshman year of college, 5 weeks in I had a group project. my group decided to write a script and read it to the class. All 4 of us are up there reading and semi acting out this 10 page script and everyone in class starts kind of giggling. In between lines I make eye contact with this girl I was kinda seeing and she kept laughing towards me. I thought maybe a booger was hanging from my nose, zipper was undone but nope. Ended up that the kid next to me had a boner and did the little tuck in waistband trick. The head of his dick was sticking out and he was wearing a small shirt so anytime he lifted his arms or moved around everyone saw the tip of his dick..... Everyone joked about it when he wouldn't show up to class.
ALL ALONE IN THE MOONLIGHT (2/16)
I was at Chicago Comic Con a few years back. My dad and I were at David Boreanaz's panel so we could get good seats for the Star Trek panel that came right after. At the beginning of the panel, the moderator guy stands up and says something like, "Okay, Chicago, let's not get too weird."
Anyway, they start taking questions from the audience, and this teen girl gets up. She says "hi" in this really nasally, shaky voice, then, "I just wanna tell you that you're my hero... and I was wondering if you would be my first kiss?" Oh man. The look on Boreanaz's face... The moderator shot her down and said, "I warned you guys not to get too weird." You can watch it here.
I CAN SMILE AT THE OLD DAYS (3/16)
My brother was in a hr course and they were doing presentations on different issues in the workplace. One group ended their presentation by showing a clip they found online on sexual harassment in the workplace. For some reason they never bothered to watch the full video because halfway through it, it turned into a porno and the entire class was cringing/trying not to burst out laughing.
OKAY I'LL STOP (4/16)
All the kids in my 5th grade class were passing out Valentine's during our party. When I finished I went back to my desk and found a huge Hallmark-style envelope on my desk, too big to fit in the box I had decorated. Confused, I opened it and found a real Valentine's card, with a declaration of love from a classmate named Vinnie. My teacher saw me reading it, grabbed it and cheekily read it out loud to the class. I was mortified. I didn't think for a moment she would be cruel enough, but then she said who it was from and my heart sank. Vinnie hid his head in his arms at his desk, began to cry and shake, then ran off to the bathroom. I have never seen a more embarrassing moment and I hated my teacher for the rest of the year. I still do, in fact. I'm so sorry Vinnie.