http://www.sina.com.cn 2008年04月29日 10:43
Amanda: My most embarrassing moment involved me flashing my underpants to a whole bunch of people at my high school.
Stacey: I embarrass myself nearly every day! I'm a bit of a klutz and that can be pretty embarrassing. I once tripped and fell onto a complete stranger in the street! He was pretty nice about it, but I felt pretty silly.
Daniel: A personal favourite was my Year Ten school photo. I was on the top row, felt really sick, and started turning green. The photographer noticed and made me come down in front of my whole year while he elevated my feet and told me to take deep breaths. My green and red face was immortalized in the school photo that year so I will never forget.
Glen: In primary school I had a whole afternoon of embarrassment--I split my pants right around during lunchtime. I couldn't do anything about it until I went home at 4:30pm so I had to spend the afternoon at school and after school with my underpants hanging out of my split pants.
Olivia: Mine would have to be when I was traveling overseas and all my bags went tumbling off my trolley while going down the escalator because I didn't see the sign. I broke several possessions and my glass bottle of drink spilt everywhere.
There are a number of classic reasons for having an embarrassing moment.