I made a com­plete fool of my­self, when...

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… I apol­o­gized to a shop mannequin I bumped into. HELMA VAN VUGT the Nether­lands

… I looked in the mir­ror, the other day. PAUL HARDY Bel­gium

… I pro­posed to my wife ... but it worked. FER­NANDO CAS­TRO Por­tu­gal

… I ap­plauded a friend’s per­for­mance, and was the only one. MIGUEL MARTÍNEZ Spain

… I asked a lady when the baby came, and she said: “I’m not preg­nant”. ELSE RAGNI Nor­way

… I in­tro­duced my­self to some­one I knew since child­hood. LEENA ÅSTRÖM Fin­land

… I showed my son in a restau­rant how to eat a peach with a knife and fork. The fruit slipped from my plate and landed on a nearby ta­ble. PETER Ger­many

… I called my school­teacher ‘mom’. CATHERINE BRANCHUT France

… I chose the man over the dog; at least dogs can be toi­let trained! JASWIN SEKHON Malaysia

… I chose the right thing to do over things that make me happy. ERICKA LYNNE DUNGAN Sin­ga­pore

… I farted su­per loud when giv­ing a toast at a work lunch. LEONA KRIZMANIC Aus­tralia

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