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My most embarrassing moment

Last updated 05:00 21/11/2012

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When I was in year nine I got dared to ask a boy out on a date.

The problem was that he kept running away from me.

Then, when I found him, I ran down the hill and it was wet. Next thing I know I'm on the ground bleeding and crying.

He said to me: "Is there something you need to ask me?" I asked if he would like to go out with me on a date. He didn't answer straight away and went to the office to get cleaned up.

He found me after that and said ''sorry'', but he didn't want to go out.

When I went to my class everyone was staring at me - even the boy who I asked out.

They started laughing, so I didn't do any work that period. Afterwards, the boy came over to see me and said: " Come to my football game".
I did, and he made me so embarrassed I haven't spoken to him since
And, even now, people are still talking about what happened in year nine. It's so embarrassing


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