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‘I was wan­der­ing the streets and try­ing to walk off the hang­over from hell, when I spot­ted a gor­geous lit­tle dog out­side a char­ity shop.

Be­sot­ted, I bent down to give it some af­fec­tion. I must have still been drunk, be­cause as I got closer, it be­came clear it was ac­tu­ally an ar­ti­fi­cial Dogs Trust dummy.’

‘I went to a job in­ter­view at the seed­i­est pub ever and the en­trance was flooded. Freaked out, I rushed through the in­ter­view. As I left, I turned to wave to the boss and fell up to my waist in the gross wa­ter.’

– KATE, 25

‘Feel­ing hun­gry dur­ing a night out, I walked across the road for some chicken. I didn’t look be­fore cross­ing and a car swerved into me,

cat­a­pult­ing me through the air. I stood up un­scathed, but the shock of it had the street in hys­ter­ics. Not sure what was more dented, the car or my ego.’ – CATHER­INE, 21

‘I was do­ing a pre­sen­ta­tion at work, and some of the higher-ups were in the meet­ing.

My com­puter was hooked up to the screen, but I’d for­got­ten to turn off my text pre­views. Of course, that was the mo­ment my man de­cided to send me a nude! He ap­peared on the huge screen naked, hold­ing his dick. We all pre­tended it didn’t hap­pen, but I was to­tally hu­mil­i­ated.’ – KATE, 27

‘I got a train­ing bra at 10. I for­got to put it on one day when we were do­ing the school mu­si­cal. I had to do a hand­stand while some­one held my feet, but when I did, my shirt flew down. I screamed, “Let me go!” but the girl hold­ing me couldn’t hear me be­cause they were all singing and play­ing mu­sic loudly. I was mor­ti­fied!’


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