To ask about your most embarrassing stories to cheer up sister.
Abilouise · 19/10/2018 19:00
Dear sister is 13 years old. She stayed round her boyfriends for the first time last night (responsible adults were present and both children slept in separate rooms).
Sister's boyfriend's dad had a selection of Christmas cakes which he received as a gift. He opened the box and told the kids, jokingly 'hands off, they're mine'. Sister misheard him and somehow took what he said as an offer to have one, so she picked up a cake and munched away.
Her surprised boyfriend laughed. It soon clicked what her boyfriends father said and how wrong she got it because no one else was eating a cake and her because of her boyfriends reaction. There wouldn't of been an issue with the father if she had eaten the cake, she just over worries and panics a lot. She quickly shut the box to hide any evidence of the missing cake.
Later that evening, when they were watching a film. The father decides to get his box of cakes. He sat it down on the coffee table and started to browse through takeaway menus. DS made out to everyone that there was food on the side of the box so she needed to take it out into the kitchen to wipe it clean (😂😂). What she was really doing was going to see if there was a chocolate mini roll in her bag which she could subtly replace it with (DSD sometimes puts mini rolls in her lunch). Much to her embarrassment, there wasn't. This meant she had to return with the box without the replacement cake 😂
The father soon sussed there was a missing cake and questioned who it was, dear sister was pretending to be asleep. She heard her boyfriend say it was her and then the room was silent.
She came home the following day mortified!
She never wants to return! Does anybody have any embarrassing stories to help cheer up dear sister. (Sorry if there's plenty of typos, bad grammar etc. My phone got stood on the other day and the screen is completely screwed so can't see a thing).
Thanks in advance!
Pursefirst · 19/10/2018 19:05
Well, I'm quite a bit older than 13 and just yesterday I sneezed at work, my considerably younger and quite handsome junior said "bless you" very politely and I replied with "love you"
HollowTalk · 19/10/2018 19:06
Why don't you just call her "my sister"?
I didn't understand it at all, really, I'm afraid!
Phillipa12 · 19/10/2018 19:13
My dad caught my 16 year old sister getting a bit fruity on the chest freezer with her boyfriend (they were having sex) next day whilst walking into town he just matter of fact asked her if her arse got cold....... boyfriend never came round after that and sister still mortified to this day, she turned 40 last year!
Abilouise · 19/10/2018 19:14
I have children and are used to referring to them as DD and DS on here (Dear son and Dear Daughter). I didn't want to put Ds incase it was read as dear son, so I decided to spell it out and used 'dear' out of habit. As I said, I can't see crap so couldn't proof read successfully!
TombQueen666 · 19/10/2018 19:15
I understand it fine 🙄
Went to a busy theme park with my toddler, new born baby and DH, took toddler to toilet, so busy had to que for 10 mins, it was rammed. Get in there and I have a quick wee too, have a pad in as still bleeding, my toddler says in her loudest voice “ergh mummy you’ve pooed yourself” I tried to shh her but she kept saying “there’s poo in your knickers” I couldn’t make eye contact with anyone when i came out. So embarrassing
FascinatingCarrot · 19/10/2018 19:22
I have a rectovaginal fistula which regularly makes me fanny fart in the office.
Funny to tell, but feckin mortfying
LongSummerDays · 19/10/2018 19:33
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Abilouise · 19/10/2018 19:35
Phillipa12 I meant not Phillip sorry 😂
Everyone's stories are mortifying! Hopefully these will make my sister feel like she's not alone!
Abilouise · 19/10/2018 19:37
Drivel? Thanks but your opinion isn't needed
Soubriquet · 19/10/2018 19:37
My parents used to run a pub.
One night I came back a bit tipsy with my bf now dh.
We had..very good sex.
The next day my dad was refusing to look me in the eye. Couldn’t understand why as his bedroom was at the other end of the flat so usually impossible to hear.
Anyway, we went downstairs whilst my dad was working and over heard him saying to his mates
“I got up in the night for a piss and heard xxxx destroy my daughter”
I went bright red and shot upstairs. Dh burst out laughing but followed me.
Took me ages to look at my dad again...or the other pub patrons
SheSparkles · 19/10/2018 19:39
@LongSummerDays are you always so mean or just on a Friday?
BeeFarseer · 19/10/2018 19:42
All the sarky posters can just go and lick an electric fence. Sour-faced mingebags. Ignore it, OP, your post is fine.
I got so drunk at my manager's wedding that I had to hide in the toilets. His manager's manager was buying me drinks and I was too scared to say no. When I felt sober enough to come out, my colleague had to drive me home and I was sick in my handbag insider her car.
GiveMeAllTheGin8 · 19/10/2018 19:44
I can't get past a 13 year old sleeping in her boyfriends house.
Aprilislonggone · 19/10/2018 19:45
Queued to get in our local night club that had been shut for weeks.
Total referb, including new steps at the entrance.
I tripped and grabbed at the first thing available which was a lad half my age - and his jeans plummeted to his ankles....
Omg I wanted to cry. ...
HereForTheLineEyes · 19/10/2018 19:57
Goodness me, no need to be so rude!
I was about 10 or 11 and staying over at my best friends house. I felt really self conscious about doing a number 2 in their house so I had been holding it in.
At the dinner time everyone was at the dinner table eating (my friend and her mum and dad, au pair, 1 older sister and 2 younger sisters) and someone said something funny and we all laughed. Only when I laughed a really loud fart came out. Everyone looked at me a bit like and then burst out laughing, which set me off into mortified laughter which produced more farting and made us all laugh harder which made the farting worse and so on....
It did eventually all calm down. Thankfully her family were very laid back people, but I still cringe when I think about it.
CaptainCabinets · 19/10/2018 20:09
@Soubriquet oh that’s not nice! I’d be mortified to hear my dad talking about me like that.
DontCallMeCharlotte · 19/10/2018 20:32
Went on stage to remove an awkwardly weighted prop tree. Crouched down to drag it off and lost my balance and ended up on my arse under a tree in front of a packed theatre. I wanted to die but styled it out curtseyed to great applause. Shuddering at the memory.
Also did a hairbrush performance to Sheena Easton forgetting bedroom window was open (blind was down). When I finished my neighbours were outside applauding.
Soubriquet · 19/10/2018 21:02
Me and my dad have never been close. Not much has changed. In fact I think I’ve only spoken to him once this year....
3luckystars · 19/10/2018 21:06
I am not one of these derailing posters honestly but a 13 year old having a boyfriend and staying overnight at his house?
TokyoKyoto · 19/10/2018 21:09
Oh god so many
The worst though has to be having sex with a boyfriend (outside) on NY eve and going home to his house drunk.
Then finding there was erm cervical fluid on my bf's jacket that I hadn't noticed (quite a lot really)
But we'd been sitting for half an hour with my bf's dad who was a consultant gynaecologist. Who'd smirked the whole way through the conversation. I mean, he must have known...jeez.
TokyoKyoto · 19/10/2018 21:12
Sorry OP that one is probably not repeatable to your sister.
I goosed a friend of my boyfriend's because I was tired and they looked similar from behind.
I went right up to him and felt his arse in the most inappropriate way. I had only just met him, too. His girlfriend watched me do it. It was not a good moment.
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