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    (Original post by Adamski191)
    Well...I have 'oh f**k' moments on a daily basis. I'm just naturally unlucky. This morning, I forgot I had put some toast under my grill, then made myself a bowl of cereal, and I was about half done with the cereal when I smelt the toast burning.
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    If you do confess, what's the worst that could happen?
    Aha, I think you're just unfortunate . It's not like that every morning is it?

    The worst?
    Well he could kill me.

    Most likely nothing will happen I think. He's not one to over react.
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    (Original post by XMaramena)
    After failing a group exercise at uni, picking my iPhone up off the table and smashing it on the ground in a heated moment of anger and frustration.

    Then my iPhone phone rang. In my pocket.
    Oh my god that's awful! Who's phone had you broken?

    I once tripped in Starbucks and spilled coffee over a stranger's MacBook. The guy looked so angry he wouldn't accept my apology or offer to pay for repairs, he just waved me off and I ran out the shop in horror.


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    Oh my god that's awful! Who's phone had you broken?

    I once tripped in Starbucks and spilled coffee over a stranger's MacBook. The guy looked so angry he wouldn't accept my apology or offer to pay for repairs, he just waved me off and I ran out the shop in horror.


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    The lecturer's. He was using it to time the exercise.
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    (Original post by Questioness)
    I'll go first. Yesterday, I scanned paper with the last 4 digits of my father's account number and sent it off. I hadn't realised until now.
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    I mean, surely it can't be that bad? It's not like it's his entire pin now is it?
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    Should I come clean?:unsure:
    Driving to work at 5am- hitting a sheet of ice, going around a bend with a camber and heading straight for a tree. Bit of oppolock and thank fully no one on the other lane - sorted.
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    Friend - "How was your exam?"
    Me - "Piece of cake, you?"
    Friend '- "How the hell did you find the last question easy? How did you integrate the function then?"
    Me - "Integrate? ...".

    That's when I realised I missed 3 pages of an exam. Luckily it wasn't too serious.
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    Friend - "How was your exam?"
    Me - "Piece of cake, you?"
    Friend '- "How the hell did you find the last question easy? How did you integrate the function then?"
    Me - "Integrate? ...".

    That's when I realised I missed 3 pages of an exam. Luckily it wasn't too serious.
    Sorry about that. I remember for my mock RS EXAM i did not have time to finish the paper bevcause I took so much time passionately writing in section 1
    In my final GCSE physics I left 5 questions thinking i would have time to come back, soon realized that i did not have time to answer them. I lost track of time because i was at the last row in the exam and could not see the clock clearly
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    (Original post by oShahpo)
    Friend - "How was your exam?"
    Me - "Piece of cake, you?"
    Friend '- "How the hell did you find the last question easy? How did you integrate the function then?"
    Me - "Integrate? ...".

    That's when I realised I missed 3 pages of an exam. Luckily it wasn't too serious.
    (Original post by PrincessBO$$)
    Sorry about that. I remember for my mock RS EXAM i did not have time to finish the paper bevcause I took so much time passionately writing in section 1
    In my final GCSE physics I left 5 questions thinking i would have time to come back, soon realized that i did not have time to answer them. I lost track of time because i was at the last row in the exam and could not see the clock clearly
    Lol when I was at school I always used to screw with people after exams and say things like "What did you write for the short essay on the second booklet?"
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    Probably my sister getting home, discovering boots/bag belonging to the wife of a mutual friend in the hallway, then coming to knock on my door.. :innocent:
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    Probably my sister getting home, discovering boots/bag belonging to the wife of a mutual friend in the hallway, then coming to knock on my door.. :innocent:
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    (Original post by Foo.mp3)
    Probably my sister getting home, discovering boots/bag belonging to the wife of a mutual friend in the hallway, then coming to knock on my door.. :innocent:
    I hope you guys were planning a surprise for him. Innocent intentions I'm sure.
 
 
 
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