Most Embarrassing Moment

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The Most Embarrassing Experience In My Life
My life has been shaken up by a countless embarrassing circumstances. Some of these experiences are unrestricted, but mostly are just fairly confidential. But there’s this one melodramatic incident that I would really love to share to all of you.
The incident happened way back when I was in high school. I was in third year back then. And I had a crush on my schoolmate. It all started when I opened my facebook account and took a glimpse on my friend requests. There, I saw his name on the list and I clicked accept without a doubt, without a pause, in a heartbeat. Few days later, I received a message from him. I sent him a reply and we were exchanging messages after then. That’s how I learned that the feeling was mutual. He told me that he likes me but I just pretended that I don’t care. However, that was only for awhile. Eventually he found out that I also had a crush on him because my classmates won’t just quit teasing me around.
Well, that was just the introduction. The real scenario took place when it was Valentine’s Day. And on that special day, all I ever wished for was to receive even a single rose from someone, most especially, from my crush. We had a program in our school but I just stayed inside our classroom. My sister, who was a freshman by that time, dropped by into our classroom. She was holding a rose in her hand and she handed it to me saying that it was from my crush. And of course, I didn’t believe her. I looked at her and I could see traces of lies in her face, so I told her to stop joking around and threw the rose away. After some time, I went to the canteen and met my sister’s best friend there, surprisingly, she asked me about the rose and how I feel to be given a rose from my crush. I was taken aback by what she said and then, she assured me that I it was entirely true and she was there…...

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