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Omg the embarassment!

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by Hanwombat, Oct 15, 2013.


  1. Hanwombat

    Hanwombat I ♥ dogs with eyebrows !!

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    Somebody just walked in on me on the toilet at work - I forgot to lock the door :eek: :eek: :eek:

    I had to wait in the toilet until she had left.

    Haha now I can never look at her again

    Whoops!!
     
  2. lostbear

    lostbear Bear right at Newcastle . . .

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    Oh, the Humanity!
     
  3. metame

    metame PetForums VIP

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    I'd be mortified!
     
  4. Toby Tyler

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    Holy crap! pun intended

    That is a recurring nightmare of mine, seriously. :eek: Even though it's never happened to me I keep having this 'dream' where it does. :eek:
     
  5. lunajim

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    If it's any consolation, I can recall very vividly a certain day of Year 5.

    School toilets terrified me as a child - being absolutely tiny, the size of the doors and how dark they made the cubicle made me shake in fear. If I absolutely had to use the toilet, I would wee with the door open.

    I had been doing this the whole way through primary school until that fateful day. As usual, I went to the loo, left the door open and commenced with my weeing. Suddenly, the door burst open and a girl from Year 6, who already thought I was a little odd, saw me with my knickers around my ankles, feet barely touching the floor, widdling to my bladder's content.

    I squeaked out an "Oh, Sarah!" and attempted to close the door, crushing my leg in the process. She then told all the Year 5 and 6 classes, I was laughed at for weeks. To top it all off, my leg was left with a bruise and, in my panic at seeing Sarah, I jolted on the loo and widdled all over my tights.

    Oh, the shame!
     
  6. Firedog

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    Where our computer desk is there used to be a sofa. Opposite is the front room door and opposite that is the toilet. Once we had a male visitor who was quite happily sat on the sofa and I was sat on the loo and one of the boys came flying out of the front room door and left it wide open then threw open the toilet door exposing me to our guest, then disappeared leaving both doors open.:(
     
  7. Julesky

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    Uh oh ... NUmber 1 or number 2?

    In fact don't answer ;)

    hee!

    Oh dear- awkward eye contact avoidance for a while...
     
  8. CavalierOwner

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    Hahaha! :lol:

    When I was at school I used the school toilet and it didn't have a lock on the door, I held the door shut with my hand while on the loo but I obviously had to let go while I pulled my trousers up, when I let go someone wanted to use the toilet so pushed the door open from the other side and the door snacked me in the forehead and almost knocked me out. :lol:
     
  9. Firedog

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    I was in Sainsbury's a couple of weeks ago and went to use the toilets. I opened the outer door and opposite that is a row of toilets, the first one is directly opposite the outer door. I opened the door and had the shock of my life, in that first toilet was a woman probably in her thirties sat on the loo, pants around her ankles, door wide open. All I could say was "You need to shut the door".
    The poor woman had learning difficulties and joined her carer shortly afterwards. Didn't know whether to mention to the carer or not but the carer was of Asian descent so I didn't really want to embarrass her so just left it.:)
     
  10. DogLover1981

    DogLover1981 PetForums VIP

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    How embarrassing. That has happened to me volunteering at an animal shelter. I've experienced far worse though. :eek:
     
  11. Hanwombat

    Hanwombat I ♥ dogs with eyebrows !!

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    It was a number 1!!!

    Omg I was so horrified :eek:
     
  12. lilythepink

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    lololololololol.bet she can't look you in the eye now either.lol
     
  13. Marycat

    Marycat PetForums Senior

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    Ha ha.. that is so funny!! It reminds me of an incident years ago walking into nightclub loos with my mate who was little worse for wear..she saw herself in the mirror hiccuped and ' said excuse me love' and tried to sidestep herself. two girls who were in there cracked up and I locked myself in the loo until they had gone because I was cringing for her..! We still laugh at about it now!!:D
     
  14. Hanwombat

    Hanwombat I ♥ dogs with eyebrows !!

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    Word might spread around the building :O haha
     
  15. sskmick

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    I bet you don't do that again :D
     
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