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    RE: In which brave people confess their epic failures

    Back about 4 or 5 years ago, I was in a dissection lab class. In the wisdom of youth, I decided it would be acceptable to take clippings from the frog back home to do further dissection. This would have gone off perfectly, except that, in that same great wisdom, I decided to show everybody at lunch my take, and one of the little punks ratted me out. I got called into the office the next day, almost got expelled, almost got permanently banned from biology, and got a week of ISS (In School Suspension). Beat the squealer up later after getting out of detention, but guess what happened next?
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    RE: In which brave people confess their epic failures

    Damn, that sucks. There's always the one little grass. So... the expulsion happened? :S
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    RE: In which brave people confess their epic failures

    No, just got another week of detention, a 7 page essay due the next day, a restraining order, and 5 hours of community service. Honestly, expulsion might have been better.
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    RE: In which brave people confess their epic failures

    Just a recent one....drinking a cup of tea at full tilt thinking it was actually juice....ouch much

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    RE: In which brave people confess their epic failures

    I had something similar happen a few months ago, where I somehow missed my mouth completely and my drink went all over the floor.
    "It turned out that the ghost was just Mr. Finley, who ran the amusement park. The spooky part is that, as soon as the ghost appeared, the teenagers' dog began to speak! And it spoke in a tortured parody of human speech: 'relp me, Raggy,' it would say. 'I am an abomination and rould re rilled. Rill re, Raggy.'"

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    RE: In which brave people confess their epic failures

    Nice. I took a humongous suck of spiked orange juice... nasty.
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    RE: In which brave people confess their epic failures

    I spill my drink all the time haha. If I've had even just one alcoholic beverage I end up missing my mouth and pouring my drink down my chin. Then I have a patch where the foundation has come off my face. It looks retarded haha. Then you do that thing where you completely pretend you never spilt a thing. Ah dear.

    I walked into a lamp post once as well. I was staring at something at the side of me and next thing I knew I'd taken a faceplant to the post. Lol ouch.

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    RE: In which brave people confess their epic failures

    Yep, I spill my drink from time to time. It's never too bad though. I have just remembered an epic failure however, and gee, it was quite epic. :S I was walking back to my dorm from a friend's house back in late December, and practically all of the floor and pavement was ice. I slipped and fell on my back. Four Xbox 360 games that were in my bag were smashed up. I was not happy.
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    RE: In which brave people confess their epic failures

    Omg all four games. Unlucky!!

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    RE: In which brave people confess their epic failures

    Ouch! My heart weeps for you.
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