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I was walking home from school down a lane. I needed a wee and I thought I was safe but someone walked past and I couldn't stop mid flow. The good thing is that he was more embarassed than I was but it still hurts. redface

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    Well here we go.  When I was much younger I thought I could do things as well as the boys, so I decided to sign up to saloon racing around the Silverstone circuit.  Well still being a girly on that day I decided to borrow a long shirt type blouse from my friend who was not as big as me up top.  I had a wonderful time around the circuit, frightened the irish instructor to death with my driving.  I got out of the car and saw a group of men smiling and waving, and I thought they had appreciated my skills.  'No',  my friends were laughing and told me to look down.  The buttons on the blouse had opened nearly to the waist and there I was exposing my over large chest in a not so white bra!

    I wanted the ground to open and swallow me.redfaceredface one for each boob.

     

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    Many years ago my husband and I were invited to dinner by one of his colleagues. It was a very posh meal with very middle class people chatting about which public school to send their children. I made an effort to dress well and wore a lovely velvet riding dress. Prior to going out I had been decorating and my husband was urging me to hurry up otherwise we would be late. However, whilst chatting with the women prior to dinner and feeling so good in my lovely dress, I looked down and to my horror there were my decorating shoes, splattered in paint. I have never forgotten that evening.
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    l,d gone to local clinic for an xray, went into cubicle and put my back opening clinic nightie on, and robe over it, put my clothes in basket, went into radiology for xray,s, l5min later finished, went back to cubicle with clothes in basket, put my hand up to take robe off, oh no, no robe, l,d forgot and left it in radiology room, walked past 4 waiting patients in my back opening gown,  Quickly dress and go out, look casually but quickly to my left to see the  expressions on face of waiting patients, would it be shock, horror, hysterical laughter, but all were looking ahead expressionless. redfaceQuick departure, laughing with embarressment.
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      ps On telling this tale to radiologist at much later scan, she said `oh thats nothing,` you know a lot of men dont wear underpants dont you, well no l didnt, she said when they go to cubicles to call them in for scan theyre often sat on the bench, clinic gown above their knee,s, legs askew`, l asked her if it put them off their lunch, she said not, one of the trials of being a nurse l guess. rolleyes
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      You just made me snort Lynne, it's a family trait when we laugh to much. That's such a great talent, to stun people into silence with your buttocks. lol
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      Welll they did look stunned, near comatosed, lol, so  weve both flashed, innocently of course, gets worse as you get older, memory of a goldfish, but youve got to laugh, Bet you had some interesting experiences in your leathers on the motorbike, being cursed by motorists when they thought your were a guy, theyll have had red faces when you took the helmet off
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      Funnily enough I'd recently moved to a new town in Merseyside and it was night time and I accidently rode down a one way street. I saw a couple of  onfoot policemen waving me over so I slowed down was pulling up, and one whacked me on the arm with his torch! eek  Unbelievable or what.

      When I took my helmit off he said 'Oh sorry, I thought you were a guy!' So it's alright to assult males then? I didn't say it but I thought it. rolleyes

       

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      Lol on the trials of being a nurse! lol I didn't know lots of men don't wear underpants either! 
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      Glad you liked it, must admit it made me giggle for quite a while, seems like many of us have flashed inadvertently, redface Seems like some younger one,s do it now as a social thingrolleyes.  Family genetics, for me eccentricity from dad and grandad, as with Georgia and family having a `snort` when giggling, worse if your having a drink at same time.  l,m sure people giggled more years ago, aching tum, tears type. Your not an ex nurse are you Ravenwink

       

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    I was around 14 and I had a crush on an older boy. All my school friends started wearing ridiculously high heels so I made my mum buy me some high heeled boots for Christmas.

    The trouble is that we lived at the top of a hill and it was icy. I went out all cocky and he showed up behind me when I was attempting to somehow walk down the hill. I fell on my arse three times. Yes you can imagine can't you! lol

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