verb (used with object)
1. to cause confusion and shame to; make uncomfortably self-conscious; disconcert; abash: His bad table manners embarrassed her.
2. to make difficult or intricate, as a question or problem; complicate.
3. to put obstacles or difficulties in the way of; impede: The motion was advanced in order to embarrass the progress of the bill.
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3 Embarrassing Moments
1:  We took the kids to the Stampede yesterday. We parked in a great place just like last year. It has the option of revolving door or handi-door to exit. Steve chose the revolving door. I thought I could do it too... Turns out I couldn't and I feel really bad for the guy that was stuck trying to enter the building while I was trying to exit. I am glad Steve didn't take a picture of it all and instead decided to help us get unstuck, and I'm glad that I'm sure I brought a lot of laughs to many people as the story was retold.
2: Got across the pedestrian bridge over MacLeod and turned to go down the ramp that takes us to the c-train platform, not the Stampede Entrance. 
3: Asked for a handstamp on the way IN to the Stampede, even though I know you only get stamped on the way out.
I blame #2 & #3 on the fact that I was frazzled from the revolving door incident, haha! 


Sheri said...

lol! Is it bad that I kind of wish Steve had stopped to take a real quick pic...?!?!
I have so been there and done that.....I hate those revovling doors.

Scott and Tara said...

I think everyone has a BAD door story. Dont worry, when i was 18 i ran into the glass next to the door. My family has yet to forget about it.