People share the cringey moments that still keep them up at night
Redditor matthewdude2 asked:
What cringy thing you did in the past still keeps you up at night?
Here are the most please-can-the-floor-just-open-up-and-eat-me cringeworthy stories.
"My first source of porn was newgrounds with its Hentai ads. It led me to this hentai comic called Bondage Fairies. I printed it out at school without knowing it was 200 pages long and how to cancel a print. FUCK, the cringe destroys me even today."
"I was really sick one day in high school, and my mother thought I was faking it and still made me go. I sneezed so hard I shit myself. It was everywhere. I called her to ask if she could pick me up from school or at least bring me a change of clothes, she still thought I was lying.
Luckily my gym teacher found me a pair of pants, but I had to deal with my shame for the rest of the school year. I got made fun of a lot for that."
"My crush came to my house to do a high school project. It involved the Internet and while she sat next to me she tried to navigate to Google on my computer. Unfortunately, the address bar auto-filled and took her to my last Google search… page two of results for her name. Every link had been clicked. We both just sat in silence."
"During my alcohol phase I went on Facebook to search for and pore over pictures of my crush. When I woke up in the morning, I realised that I had actually created an event with her name as the title.
I believe the event was set as public. The name I put was a short version of her first name, but everyone knew. We’ve never spoken since, and the last time I saw her on the street I hid."
"Last year on New Year’s Eve I was at a big bar in New York with friends and I got kind of drunk and went outside for a cigarette at one point. I must have actually been outside for the countdown, because when I came back in I looked at my phone and it was like 12:02 and I asked my friend why there wasn’t a countdown done by the DJ. I couldn’t really hear what he said, so I went up to the DJ and asked to use the mic and I did a second countdown. In front of the entire bar. With hundreds of people. Starting at “30”. And no one joined in."