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Embarrassing situations you've been in?

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1 Embarrassing situations you've been in? on Mon Jan 17, 2011 10:44 am

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My most recent:

The cellar where I work is accessed via the ladies toilet. The door to the cellar's steps is actually in the ladies toilets.

Anyway, I was serving a customer at the bar when the IPA decided to start playing up and doing something which I call 'reversing'.

Basically you pour, but the pump sucks the bitter back up.

I told the customer that I'd only be a minute and was going to check the balls in the cellar. Something I find embarrassing as whenever I
have to go to the cellar I have to go through the ladies toilets.

This time was different though. I went to open the cellar door, but at the same time could hear big dropping sounds. Not even the sounds a
man would expect to make through natural occurrence. I didn't take too much notice and even though I was tempted to go and see if this person was all right,
I had someone at the bar waiting for their pint.

Anyway, released the ball which was causing the problem. I then shut the cellar door and as I did a rather large lady, who was very red faced, followed out behind me.

It was so embarrassing. You can't actually see the cubicles as the cellar's door is to the right as you go in and then the cubicles follow on to the right, but it was still very
embarrassing. Embarassed

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I generally don't get too embarrassed, but walking down the town a few weeks ago when the snow was gone and a thick sheet had replaced it on the footpaths was cringey stuff. The roads had been cleared but it started to rain the minute I went out and sure that turned the pavements into an ice rink and I have to walk down hill to get to the town centre, in the middle of rush hour. Bambi on fecking ice.... slipping all over the place with loads of cars passing.

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Setanta wrote:I generally don't get too embarrassed, but walking down the town a few weeks ago when the snow was gone and a thick sheet had replaced it on the footpaths was cringey stuff. The roads had been cleared but it started to rain the minute I went out and sure that turned the pavements into an ice rink and I have to walk down hill to get to the town centre, in the middle of rush hour. Bambi on fecking ice.... slipping all over the place with loads of cars passing.

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I get embarrassed so easily.

Like the time I was clearing a couples dinner plates at work and the cutlery fell off the plate and went on the gentleman's lap.

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I used to get embarrassed fairly easily at your age but you soon get over it, especially if you work with the public for awhile.

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