We all remember those moments were we really wish we could become as tiny as Stuart Little and just be lost in a black hole and forever forgotten. And we probably all got more than enough of embarrassing moments in our lives. Some happened at home, some at friends house but worse are probably those that happened in front of your classmates. People you barely know yet have to spend several hours everyday, year round. I thought it'd be fun to read other people's and at the same time letting go of your own embarrassing moments. So I guess I'll start off with my own.
This one happened last year actually. I was in my first year of High School and the first year was coming to an end. I was sitting at the front with my friends and more or less being bored. But still listening to what the teacher was saying, I think it was during a biology lesson. Anyways, I was lost in thoughts but still more or less recorded what the teacher was saying and suddenly the teacher said something I did not agree with. She mentioned something about Power Plants not being built to sustain aerial attacks (plane crashing in it). But I had recalled reading something different the day before (yes I'm a nerd and like to inform myself on useless stuff). Before I knew it I had practically yelled "No!" everyone stopped talking and I could just feel how everyone was looking at me. The teacher was just staring at me with big eyes. I didn't know what to do since I rarely try to speak during class. I could feel how everyone was expecting me to explain myself so I practically muttered "I mean, not that I know of, I recently read something stating the differ..." and well the teacher started explaining that she knew better "blabla..." and so on. So yeah I'll never forget the silence that settled when I raised up my voice like that and the stares. I still can't believed I talked back XD
Anyways, what is/are your embarrassing moments(s) that happened to you at school or during class?
"You cannot step in the same river twice" - Heraclitus
"Seeing the world from a different point of view than the norm doesn't make you an idiot, not wanting to see it from others' point of view does."