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Dish It’s Hall of Shame: January 2012

Jan 16, 2012

Kidzworld’s Hall of Shame is back – and better than ever! We’re inviting all Kidzworld Members to submit your most embarrassing, hideous, mortifying, turn-your-face-red moment of all time – you know, the stuff you thought you’d never live down but are now ready to talk about in public!

Every month, we’ll pick the Most Mortifying Moments and induct them into the Hall of Shame. Here are the best-of-the-best embarrassing moments for the week – congrats to all our new Hall of Shamers!

Psst: To submit YOUR Hall of Shame moment, check out our step-by-step instructions at the very end of this story …

Gossip Girl

Dish It’s Hall of Shame: January 2012Gossip Girl
 

Submitted by: Kaycie

I was at church talking with my friend about my cousin’s ex-girlfriend. We weren’t saying nice things about her and, next thing I know, my cousin said, “Um, yeah, I’m dating her now.” It was the worst thing EVER! We are always awkward around each other now!

Top Flop

Dish It’s Hall of Shame: January 2012Top Flop
 

Submitted by: gchick

My class had an end of the year party. We played ping-pong and went to the lake to swim. I was swimming over to one of my friends and my bikini top came off. One of the boys saw my chest – not just any boy, but the one that I know likes me. The problem is he’s not my type!

Dancing Queen

Dish It’s Hall of Shame: January 2012Dancing Queen
 

Submitted by: Miss.Embarrassed

I’m becoming a teenager and my mom bought me a load of new bras. While I was trying them on in my room to see if they fit, I put on some music and started dancing around. Just then my crush (who lives next door) walked in to borrow a book! I was so embarrassed!

Sneaky Sister

Dish It’s Hall of Shame: January 2012Sneaky Sister
 

Submitted by: 9 of Hearts

My crush came over to hang out with my brother. My sister knew I liked him and decided to play a trick. She took one of my bras, which I’d doodled ALL OVER including my name, and slid it under the door. I heard hysterical laughter but I didn’t know what happened until later...

Have Your Say!

Think YOU can out-embarrass these Hall of Shamers??? Here’s how to submit your Hall of Shame moment to us (make sure you follow these steps carefully, or your message might get missed):

  1. Go to the Dear Dish-it web form
  2. Type in your secret nickname
  3. Make sure you type HALL OF SHAME in the subject line
  4. Type out your hall of Shame moment - be as detailed as possible for a better chance of making the weekly top 10!
  5. Click on the Send Question button and you’re done!
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i need help.   i have really bad anxiety and im depressed all the time.   i dont have anyone that im close to.  its just hard for me to trust people      im really bad at comveying my feelings    id ask someone for help but as i said i dont really get close to anyone     i almost never talk and when i do i say few words and act happy    i also compulively lie so no one knows what im really feeling  i cant express my feelings        i dont have anyone that i trust and its really hard       i thought about killing myself but im afraid to die so i never do anything      since i cant ask anyone in real life im hoping that someone on here can help me           i dont have any interests and im depressed and its almost impossible for me to tell people about it      what do i do?
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It's normal to feel jealousy, and it's not really too bad a thing unless you let it get to you and cause problems. I get jealous as hell but I try to avoid letting it affect the way I hold a conversation, for example. 
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SydneyWavsYou posted in Friends:
My boyfriend and I have been dating for a week now (It's a week today ♥) and I've noticed how Jealous I get... I trust him, but I don't trust girls... Is that a bad thing? He's my first actual boyfriend so I'm not use to this. 
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shygirl03
shygirl03 posted in Friends:
So there's this guy in my class and he sits next to me. Correction he HAS to sit next to me, So my classroom as a table with 2 desks connected to make a huge desk but separated holders things to put our stuff in. So this guy is really the class clown of the class and he can be a jerk when he wants to be but sometimes can be a really nice guy. He likes to talk to me and he "Occasionally" Touches my hand or arm in a friendly way.. I think :3 but anyways he teases me ... A LOT but he sometimes insults me but when he sees my face not cracking into a smile. he instantly says sorry or didnt mean it like that kind of way and i smile. So does he like me? Or he just being a regular guy? 
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