Con­fes­sions

COSMO READ­ERS RE­VEAL THEIR MOST EM­BAR­RASS­ING, RIDICU­LOUS, WHAT-WASI-THINK­ING MO­MENTS

Cosmopolitan (Australia) - - Con­tents -

1‘My sis­ter was vis­it­ing, and we went out with my friends and a boy I’d re­cently started see­ing. My sis­ter was tired and asked to go home. My bestie of­fered to let her stay at her place so I could stay out. Later, when I took the guy home with me, we walked into my bed­room, and my sis­ter was asleep in my bed! My friend ac­ci­den­tally put my ad­dress into the Uber, and since they were al­ready there, they broke into my apart­ment.’

– KOBLE

2‘I just started a new job, and my boss was out of town, so she called in for a meet­ing with the whole staff. Ev­ery­one was in her of­fice, and I set up the speak­er­phone. Things were fine un­til I had to drag the phone to the mid­dle of the room so ev­ery­one could hear bet­ter. When I tried to walk back, I tripped over the cord, cut off the call, and made just about ev­ery­thing on her desk come crash­ing down. Not the best day on the job!’ – RACHEL

3‘My friend let me bor­row her favourite heels but kept lec­tur­ing me about not ru­in­ing them. Thirty min­utes into the party, a heel broke. I pan­icked and hid them in the dryer. I just told her I had to take them off be­cause my feet hurt. The next day, she wanted her shoes back, and I said I got so drunk, I left them be­hind. I brought them to a shoe­re­pair shop. It took a week to fix. She asked for them ev­ery day! I fi­nally picked them up and gave them back. She never found out.’ – GINA

4‘I USED THE BATH­ROOM AT THIS GUY’S PLACE AF­TER WE HAD SEX. WHEN I WALKED BACK OUT, HE WAS CHANG­ING HIS SHEETS, EVEN THOUGH WE WERE BOTH DRUNK. I HAD CLOTHES EV­ERY­WHERE THAT HE SET ALL IN A NEAT PILE. HE LIT­ER­ALLY HAD A SPE­CIFIC SPOT FOR EV­ERY­THING. WEIRD.’

– CARO­LINE

8‘Af­ter spend­ing the night in a fra­ter­nity house, I woke up with a ter­ri­ble stom­ach ache. I ran to the near­est bath­room and locked the door, not real­is­ing it was the main bath­room with all the show­ers. When I was fin­ished, at least 15 min­utes later, I walked out to find a line of guys in tow­els wait­ing to shower. I smiled and ran away as they started go­ing in. Down the hall, I could hear them yelling, “What did she do in here?!”’ – SUSANNA

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