Thursday, February 5, 2009

Humilating moments at their Best - part 2

Few posts back, i had scrambled down few of my humiliating moments from my life..

That post can be found here ......

Now i have again scrambled some more such moments....

Go ahead guys and enjoy the humilations .....



*Peek-A-Boo*

In class 7th, a boy from my class was staying pretty close to my house.. Most of the evenings, he would come home to discuss homework or exchange notes.. You know that age, any guy who talks to you or the guy you speak to, gets shamelessly teased.. so usually i would be the one targeted to undergo this royal tease from the girls in my neighborhood ... for this reason, i had not given him my home number and i guess he too was a little shy to ask me for it..
On one of his such random visits, i had called him inside the house and we were siting on the sofa and busy discussing some homework... after some time he asked me for a glass of water..
Well by the time i got back from the kitchen with the water, the boy had gotten up from the sofa and was standing next to the small table, busy looking down at our phone on that table ( Does anyone remember that the phone numbers used to be written over the telephones in those old models) ...
The moment he saw me, he blurted out saying "There was a cockroach here, so i was chasing it" ... the poor fella looked a little embarrassed peeping down at the phone... so all i said was "Yeah ..there are too many cockroaches in the house nowadays"...



*Shop-D-Greed-Away*

When you are a kid, birthdays mean only gifts and cakes .... I would wait for my birthday just for the sake of good gifts. Around my eighth year birthday, an aunt of mine had come home to stay with us... and since my birthday was close by, this aunt took me shopping ... she got me a dress and some board games ... i was totally a happppyy kid that day..
Then uncle decides to buy shoes and we ended up at a shoe shop.... Out of blue i remember that my dad too was discussing something about shoe shopping for himself with mom ....
Since aunt had already bought me so many things that day, i assumed she wouldn mind buying few more... And there we already were in a shoe shop too... so were sweetly i asked my aunt "Daddy's birthday is over, but can you buy shoes for him too"

Goodness that did leave her quite speechless ....

And So much for my mom's value education classes about not asking or accepting things from others...



*War-Of-The-Brooms*

Back in high school, we had these gardening classes, where the guys were made to dig a hole and plant tress outside and girls were made to clean the classrooms with brooms weekly... We were given only one hosepipe and so had take turns and share it with the boys.... During one such classes, we both needed the hosepipe at the same time.. so a huge debate took place between us regarding who needs it the most... then this is what happened there...
Representing myself 5'4 as the girls representative i stepped forward...
A boy of 5'2 as the boys representative stepped forward...
-First it all started as an argument between us.
-Soon it lead to loud voices and finger pointing.
-Before i knew, i had a broom in my hand and he had just a single stick of that same broom in his.
And then we both were busy sword fighting ...
Somewhere in the middle of this historical fight, he managed to snatch the broom from me and i ended up with two broom sticks ... We were so engrossed in our battle that we never realized our Hindi teacher had suddenly become the spectator of this great war too..
We realized it only when we heard a voice saying "Aap ladkiyon ke sath yudh karthe hain, aapko sharam nahi attha" (you are waging a war against girls, aren you ashamed) ..
The poor boy got all the yelling ... All i got was "Aap Bhi" (Even you!)...




*Forgery*

I used to hate those gardening classes for many more reasons too. Those classes were totally jinxed where i was concerned ... It was the only class in which i would be held responsible for lot of mischievous acts.. again after few months or so in the same period, myself and three more of my other friends were sitting in the class and gossiping ... Our gossip topics ranged from Tv serials to actors to cute boys in the class and finally to our teachers signatures.. We got so interested with this topic that we even started signing each of their signatures neatly on our desk with a chalk and discussed who's was the easiest of all..
Out of no where we saw our principal walk towards us ( who the hell knew, she would choose that time of the day to take her grand walk around the school )... By the time we recovered from the initial shock of her visit, it was too late to rub all those signatures off the desk...
The end result was that we got a very good lecture about forgery and were made to call our parents too ...

Can anyone blame her.. after all her signature too was there on that desk .....


Yeah guys i know.. i was really a very impossible character back then :) .....

You can tell me your humiliating stories too .. no biggie :) ... ( I solemnly promise to keep it a secret :) )

19 comments:

Suresh Kumar said...

Your first story Peek-A-Boo made me remember a hollywood movie called Little Manhattan where a kid of 11 year old goes into depression.
Why do boys do like this ? :)

*War-Of-The-Brooms*
I thought classes with broomsticks was only in the Hogwarts school. :)

velusamy said...

Peek-A-Boo - the lie that the boy told is at least credible.. Not something like a "raccoon lie" that joey tells when he eats pheoby's muffins :)

War of the brooms - Good lord! why every single teacher in this entire planet think that girls don't fight. But the sword fighting with brooms was good though.. :)

Forgery - This is the reason why every group should have person who doesn't stall under surprise.. You could have at least rubbed her sign off.. :)

Suresh Kumar said...

i just wanted to give this link of a video from that movie.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mrE-2wSFJdk&feature=related

Charmed One! said...

@Suresh
Hey thanks for that url.. i hadn seen that video before..damn cute video :).. the boy looks so adorable with those puppy eyes :) ...
Guess some boys are extremely shy when they are young :) ..

lols we were no Harry Potters..


@velusamy
he he.. yeah i remember that dialog by joey... "you know this raccoon came" :) ... only here it was a cockroach :) ...

yup thats the advantage of being a girl.. guys get blamed for all the mischievous acts :) ...

We did try to rub.. but then she was too smart for us... she knew what we were upto :)

Anonymous said...

*War-Of-The-Brooms*!!!!! Guess its time for me to join some Kung Fu/Kick Boxing classes!!! :)

ApocalypsE said...

My embarrasing moment would be way back when in 8th grade i accidentally gave my class-mate a badly scribbled 'I heart you' note and she accidentally gave it to the class teacher and I got accidentally yelled at... Boy, Men never admit their mistakes... Its always an accident:-)

War with brooms was hard to imagine... Girls, Skirts, guys, kicking, screaming, brooms flying. I think I should stop:-)

Loved the part one too... Left a comment there

Shilpa said...

A nice trip down memory lane :)
Reminds me of some of my mischiefs.
May be a post on that

Lancelot said...

he he he he...
the best of my boos was in my LKG, there was this tamil song which was famous then which goes like "Julie I love you...oh..oh..Julie I love you..." and my LKG class miss's name is the same. So on one fine day after listening to this song in radio, I went and sang this song to her (trying to impress her you see :P) and landed up being told to my mom who came to pick me later that day by all the teachers in the staff room.. :P :P :P (but I became her pet and was given chocolates everyday-even now she remembers it and told her husband and daughter about it :P)

moi said...

well madam, i cant believe you had a sword fight with the boy...cant stop laughing!! :)
And asking for shoes from aunty has me all smiling...

Charmed One! said...

@Anon
yup u really should get yourself enrolled into some self defense classes :P ...

@Apocalyps
lol..Must say.. a very tragic accident :) ..

Charmed One! said...

@Shilpa
please do post about it.. surely will refresh the ole sweet memories :)


@Lancelot
Lols...
Trying impress girls at a very young age huh :P ... and you were successful at wining her heart too :)..


@moi
yup gal :) ..what to say.. am very talented at sword fight :)...

Akansha Agrawal said...

Well, I must've had quite a few of those in my life too, but I was a good kid in general, teacher's pet... so not really too many!

Loved your incidents though... some bitter sweet memories,eh? :)

Lancelot said...

@ CO

thats why people call me the INDIAN BRAD PITT :P

Charmed One! said...

@Akansha
:).. teachers pet.. thats very sweet :) ....
Yeah they are bitter sweet memories .. some memories you carry on with you for life:)

Keshi said...

haha too funny!

eww I hate roaches!


btw I hv had many such moments..actually my whole life is one big embarassing moment! ;-)

Keshi.

Charmed One! said...

@Lancelot

Wow thats really great :) ... now you remind of Brad pitt in sleepers :)


@Keshi

Lolz .. yeah cockroaches and lizards always leave me with goose bumps :)
he he too many embarrassing moments i guess ...

Lancelot said...

@ CO

*romantic look and magnetic smile*

aZoed said...

Peek-A-Boo reminded me of the scary times when, back in school times, while calling a classmate, I would wish that just she, and nobody else picked up the phone!!! made me go red, if it happened the other way...
cross gender sword fights - guess the plot for kill bill and electra wasn't that original after all :)

my most embarrassing moment - when my class teacher held up my notebook (it was class 8 i guess) to show the class an example in 'neatly' doing home work... and out popped a nude caricature done by one of my visiting cousins... I couldn't sleep well until the next parent teacher meeting for the fear of... you know what!

Charmed One! said...

@Lancelot
very impressive :) ...


@aZoed
Goodness... if there is any award for the most humiliating moment.. am sure you will receive it dude :)...
N pls do tell me what happened at the parent teacher meeting :)