Whoops Cor­ner

Get ready to blush as GP read­ers share their most em­bar­rass­ing mo­ments!

Girl Power - - CONTENTS -

SLIGHTLY CRINGE­WOR­THY

PRETTY BLUSHWORTHY

MEGA EM­BAR­RASS­ING

WHAT A RIDE

My fam­ily went to the Easter Show and I con­vinced my mum to go on some rides with me. She was ner­vous and she turned green when we were queu­ing up for the Freak Out, which is a spin­ning around up­side-down kinda ride. When we got off, my mum spewed in front of a whole crowd of peo­ple! I was com­pletely mor­ti­fied and I wanted to hide! Tara-Leigh

CANDY BAR CRI­SIS

I was at the movie theatre with my mum. My mum – well, I thought it was mum! – was pay­ing at the counter, so I started pok­ing her and say­ing, “Mum? I’m thirsty! Mum? Can I have a Coke please?” I kept prod­ding her and pes­ter­ing her un­til she turned out and said, “I am NOT your mother! And you shouldn’t be pok­ing any­one, even your mother! Now go!” I was so to­tally em­bar­rassed! Sally

KILLER CUP­CAKES

On my birth­day, my mum made 30 cup­cakes for ev­ery kid in my class! I was re­ally ex­cited to bring them to school and share them with ev­ery­one… but when we ate the cup­cakes they tasted re­ally bad! My mum must have stuffed up the recipe! I was so mor­ti­fied! Francesca

BEAM BLOOPER

My most em­bar­rass­ing mo­ment ever was when I fell off the beam at my gym­nas­tics com­pe­ti­tion! I was do­ing so well in my rou­tine… and then I started sway­ing and I fell, land­ing on the mat with a big thump. I wanted to run away and hide! Sarah-Jane

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