People Divulge The Most Embarrassing Thing They've Ever Witnessed

For most of us, our deepest fear is to fall flat on our faces in front of a bunch of people. No one wants to look the fool, especially when it happens before a group of people you're going to see every day for the forseeable future.

Embarrassing moments can come out of nowhere, but how you handle yourself in the aftermath is what matters. Laugh it off, shake it off, go with the chuckles, and let the people know you can't be hurt by it.

Well, unless you're any of the people in the stories below. Then I'd consider getting a new address and name.

Reddit user, Konke420xd, wanted to know when the shame was too much to handle when they asked:

"What is the most embarrassing thing you’ve ever witnessed?"

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When do you draw the line in how technically accurate you need something to be? Maybe at the university level, things should have a higher bar to clear? Redditor Bluehousebluesky is asking themselves that very question. The original poster (OP) has a student that’s not doing things the ‘official’ way. While the student isn’t technically […] More

Finding a life partner is hard.

Why do the movies lie to us?

And so many more people are choosing life alone.

I guess that not having to share a bed thing is a real plus.

Redditor TheSilverKnight711 wanted to hear from all the single ladies... and gents... and everyone in between. They asked:

"What’s stopping you from having a partner in life?"
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People Break Down Their Biggest 'Oh No, I F**ked Up' Moment
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Nobody's perfect. We all make mistakes, and when we learn from them and endeavor to do better, we're all the better for it.

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People Divulge What They've Only Ever Done Once In Their Life And Never Again

New experiences are the spice of life, but sometimes that spice might be a little more bitter than you originally thought.

Whether the experience turned out to be a total flop, or it was the kind of thing that you're glad you got to do once but don't need to do again, some things are best left as one-off experiences.

*Content note: the following article contains graphic descriptions of injuries, and mentions drug use. Reader discretion advised.*

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