One of the Most Awkward Posts You’ll Ever Read {hopefully!}

Hey guys!

I am back again… this time with something horribly embarrassing. I am the type of girl who carries awkward around on her shoulder. I’m not sure if I want the ‘awkward’ badge or not…let’s stick with not.Β 

 

Anyway…I suppose this post is a story time post, and I hope that this is the most awkward post you’ll ever read. I hope so.

Let’s set the tone for this post.

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#1. THE PAJAMA SCARE

That awkward moment when you walk out of your room in your pajamas and there is a guest at your house. #anxiety #awkward #gif
Okay so this is #1 of one of my worst dreads. It’s almost happened to me three times this week, three!Β Now maybe you’re thinking {like the industrious person you are}
“I am never in my pajamas. I change into ‘face the day’ clothing right after waking up.”
And you know what? I am happy for you! You will never have to have your heart drop into your toes! Trust me, one time…my older brother came home, and he had a cold or something so I thought he was a random person from church…come to pay us an unexpected visit.
I was in the kitchen, and so I looked down at my pajama pants {which happen to look something like this pattern, only lighter blue and silk…}
and I promptly went and hid in the pantry closet, only to realize that is was only my brother. But boy, what a scare it is! SO SCARY.
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#2. BATHROOM WALK-IN

Not gonna lie, people. This is probably my most embarrassing moment ever closely tied with another thing which is downright awful it must never be released πŸ˜‰ !

That Awkward Moment When
Β We were at a friend’s house, and they had just introduced us to some of their friends. I was just congratulating myself on not doing anything awkward and NAILING the introduction/slash being really good and polite. And then it happened.
You see, there are only two bathrooms in this house.
And one of them has no lock, and a window. So if you don’t have to go there, you don’t want to, right?
Well, I had drunk A LOT of water–and I checked the other bathroom first. FULL. Oh dear, now off to the other one.
The door was closed…but I couldn’t hear anyone in there {this was a good while ago, and at a time in my life where it literally did not cross my mind to knock. Oh, the grief I might have saved myself!} so I opened the door.
And almost right away, I knew my mistake. I hadn’t opened the door enough to see in {such a mercy} but it was opened enough to be embarrassed about it for life. πŸ˜†
I am so glad those days are behind me. I knock now πŸ˜‰ .
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#3. MISINTERPRETING WHO THE SIGNAL WAS FOR.

 

(gif) so embarrassing
Thankfully, this is very common. I have done this and I’ve seen others do it, too.
Yet, IT’S STILL SO EMBARRASSING. AND I’M ALWAYS WORRYING THE PERSON I DID THAT TOO WILL THINK I WANT ATTENTION OR SOMETHING.
{introvert problems, or normal people problems?}
Another thing that goes hand-in-hand with waving at the worng person…is thinking someone {who already said goodbye to you} just forgot and is saying ‘bye’ again. So, you not wanting to make them feel bad…say ‘bye’ {loudly} again.
AND THEY WERE {of course} SAYING ‘BYE’ TO SOMEONE ELSE.
And guys, I do this so, so much. Way more than a normal person, I think. I am just so awkward.
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#4. STUCK WITH THE NEW PERSON.

Now guys, I like people {secretly}…and I don’t want them to feel uncomfortable. But when this happens, I literally can think of NOTHING to say to them. It’s the wonderful time when you were just introduced by a friend to someone and then they {being the social butterflies they are} go off to ‘catch’ someone else before that other person leaves.

SO NOW YOU {poor introvert} ARE STUCK TALKING TO THIS PERSON. AND YOU HAVE NOTHING TO SAY AND YOU FEEL BAD…AND AWKWARD. AND SO DO THEY PROBABLY.

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And I literally would sometimes just like to cry. Because all the filler stuff was already used up when the other friend was there. I already asked all these…
“So, how old are you?”
“What do you like to do in your free time?”
“Are you still in school?”
“Oh cool. When are you graduating?”

Β dividerforCIS#5. LAUGHING ACCIDENTALLY IN A SERIOUS SITUATION.

 

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Okay, so when serious things happen, I generally have a dreadful gut reaction.
Guess? I SMILE. LIKE WHY DOES THAT EVEN HAPPEN?
One time my sister got a head concussion…and I showed up and I think I was shocked and I ALMOST SMILED.
I HAVE ALWAYS HATED THAT ABOUT MYSELF. It’s like my sad face, or serious place got replaced by a perpetual smile. Thankfully, that time I was able to keep in the smile, and everyone tells me to this day that I looked like I’d seen a ghost.
And in my mind, that’s a vast improvement over smiling.
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So, that’s it guys! Let me know in the comments what you thought?
Did any of these hit home?
What other awkward things can you think of?
Which of these is the WORST?
Btw, I have other awkward moment, but it’s late and some of them were pretty bad πŸ˜‰ .Β 
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25 thoughts on “One of the Most Awkward Posts You’ll Ever Read {hopefully!}

  1. You just made me feel less alone, I DO ALL OF THESE!! #TheAkwardUnite (all puns intended). And like, how do girls walk in heels and such gracefully, when I stub my toe going into the bathroom and slip UP the stairs…..?

    1. I am starting to feel much less alone πŸ˜€ . And I don’t wear heels for that exact reason! I CANNOT walk in those like, at all.

  2. Hahaha! This was a great post! Even though some of these ARE horrible! xP
    Yes, #3 is quite awkward. And when someone is talking and you think they’re talking to you, but they aren’t. xP
    I think I’ve experienced #4 a lot- at least the part about being with someone and not knowing what to say. I’m just such a shy, socially awkward person.
    Which is the worst? THE BATHROOM ONE, no question! o.o That’s like my worst fear, lol. Thankfully, it hasn’t happened to me very much, probably because I’m pretty cautious. ;P

    1. Yep! I am a socially awkward introvert too…so this stuff follows me around. πŸ˜€ AND YES THE BATHROOM ONE IS SO BAD.

  3. OH YES the SMILING one!! I can totally relate to that. The terrible feeling when your face is breaking into a smile (or a laugh) but it is really a very awful time for it. Ugh… XD .
    I also have this weird problem where I’ll be singing for my church (up front) and I keep needing to yawn… Oh dear. D:
    Great post! πŸ˜€
    ~Gracie

    1. Oh boy! That’s funny! I thankfully don’t have to sing in the front at my church {as that would totally lead to more awkward moments. *cue me screeching like an awkward teenager πŸ˜† } Thanks, Gracie!

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