We as a whole have stories like these — humiliating things we’ve done that will remain with us until the end of time.
There’s no returning from these embarrassing minutes. There’s just tolerating that they occurred and proceeding onward.
Twitter client @tinkytwink got some information about the minutes throughout their life that have made them bite the dust inside.
What have you done that’s made you die a bit inside?
— Twinks (@tinytwink) June 29, 2018
@tinkytwink began it off with their very own account: “I once incidentally licked my fit Dentist’s hand while keeping in touch.”
It just deteriorates from that point.
How’s your syntax?
This is comical.
Why on the planet would a vocation questioner get some information about your grandma?
Got told off for taking a selfie in the bathroom mirror in Anne Frank's house. I….there….no excuse I was young and still think about it https://t.co/UT9NxWffja
— joe🍑 (@joesuxx) June 30, 2018
This is… very improper, and I’m happy he was berated.
Allows simply consider this one a learning experience.
When I was training to be a journalist, I interviewed a blind girl about her new Braille machine. “When will the story come out?” she asked. “Not sure” I replied…”just keep an eye out for it.” I went outside and headbutted the wall. Awful.
— Stuart Roberts (@NorthernAuthor) June 29, 2018
For what reason accomplish things like this consistently occur?
You don’t understand the amount of our language is coded for physically fit individuals until you get trapped in a circumstance like this.