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Please Not Now In peoples everyday lives events can happen when they least expect it Whether it is an encounter with someone something or anything it can sometimes lead to a situation that the person does not want to be a part of or sometimes a situation where they do something unexpectedly Depending on the situation it can turn out good or bad Thus people can have awkward moments when they least expect it Whether something good or bad they will end up remembering it The two stories below have a similar theme In both stories the authors were trying to impress someone but ended up being the star of an embarrassing moment They both ended up in situations where they would do anything to get out of This can lead to very funny stories These stories are funny because the feeling of embarrassment in front of people is a nightmare for everyone and can be easily related upon by anyone Everyone knows the feeling of embarrassment and knows why they would not like to experience it In Sophisticated Lady the author Joan Vanden Heuvel was a college student who had to attend her brothers high school concert While waiting there she decided to play the experienced charming and sophisticated older sister 132 She tried to look snobby and bored in front of her brothers schoolmates Then she excused herself to use the restroom A short while later she returned to the snickers and grins of everyone in the room 132 Everyone was mocking her because the older sophisticated lady had a forty-foot stream of toilet paper stuck to her shoe She had ended up embarrassing herself in front of all her brothers schoolmates In Man Vs Coat the author Mel Singer was trying very hard to impress his date He had watched every move he made to make sure that he did not make a fool of
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