going to tell you any of that. But I will keep an open seat for her because I love her and I hope she eventually jumps aboard.
It's difficult to come up with blog subjects every day, if you have any ideas for blogs please let me know. Today I'm blogging about embarassing situations that I have experienced. And it's only fair that you tell me about your most embarassing situations!
Several years back I started a job at a high-tech distribution center in West Virginia. They had cordless phones that were very cool at the time. I could answer calls no matter where I was and I figured multi-tasking would be a piece of cake. During my first day a guy named Howard called me while I was in the bathroom. Wow, I could even talk on the phone in the shitter, how cool was that?! He was in a meeting and was asking me questions about quality assurance. He put me on speaker phone so everyone in the meeting could hear my answers. The
conversation was going well until I stood up – I wasn’t aware that they also had high-tech toilet’s that automatically flushed when you stood up. I could hear the room burst out in laughter, I was so embarrassed I hung up the phone and didn’t answer it for the rest of the day.
Another embarrassing situation I can remember happened when there were some pallets of pants in the warehouse that needed to be inspected. They were on the top level of a shelf in the warehouse and I had asked a person named Steve who was responsible for that sort of thing, several times to bring them to me so I could complete the inspection. One day Steve walked into a meeting to deliver a report to his manager and I blurted out, “Steve, I would really appreciate it if you would pull my pants down today. I’ve asked you several times now and I would like you to make it a priority.” Needless to say I wanted to crawl into my day planner and die.
Another time in junior high I brought a “friend”
home from school. He was Vietnamese and my Dad didn’t care for him at all. It wasn’t because he was Vietnamese though, it was because he was a guy, a guy with really long hair and he wore lots of leather. His name was Joe and I thought he was the coolest thing on earth. I quietly took him up to my room thinking no one would notice and I locked the bedroom door. A few minutes later my Dad kicked
the door in, the lock busted into pieces and went flying all over my room. My Dad was shocked to see Joe sitting in a chair and me curling his long beautiful hair. After Joe left Dad noticed the remote for the TV wasn’t working. When he took the back cover off to inspect, all of the batteries were missing. Turns out Joe must have been running short on double “A’s” that day.
Have a wonderful day passengers!