Printer Friendly

Seeing red. (And How was Your Day?).

Evidently I sat down in some ketchup while shopping at the mall with my mom and my little brother. When he saw what happened, my bro screamed, "Lizzy's bleeding! Call an ambulance!" over and over. I was mortified!

I was climbing on some bars at the park. My crush walked over, and I lost my balance and fell into the dirt. I was screaming, and everyone else was laughing.

A few friends came over my house to hang out, and my parents showed them home movies of me as a baby--getting my diaper changed and bathing. Now my friends always kid, "Oh, do you need a diaper change?"

I forgot my friend's phone number, so I called 411. But I actually dialed 911 by mistake, and told the dispatcher my friend's last name and asked for her number. "So, that's your emergency?" the dispatcher asked. Cops!

My BFF told me some juicy gossip--the hottest guy in school was crushing on me and wanted to ask me out. I saw him while I was walking to Spanish and he said, "I want to talk to you about something." At That moment, my science teacher opened her door, hitting me in the head. I got a huge purple bump on my forehead... and he didn't even ask me out.

My buds and I were walking past my ex's house. As a joke, we threw rocks at his bedroom window. One rock missed and smashed into the roof, which busted. When the police came knocking at my door later, my 'rents weren't very happy.

I was in Target, swinging my purse around my head like a cowgirl. Suddenly, tampons were raining down on me because my purse was unzipped. Of course, a bunch of really cute guys standing nearby saw the whole thing as it happened.

My friends and I were playing kickball at recess, and it was really muddy outside. I ran to get the ball and slipped, falling flat on my butt. I had to walk around school with a brown rear end the rest of the day, and my friends didn't hesitate to make fun of me!

My class witnessed a dissection in biology. When the teacher cut open the specimen, I fainted. Everyone thought I was dead. When I came to, they asked me if I'd seen angels in heaven.

I wore a hairpiece to school, and everyone thought my hair was real--until I did a quick dance move in gym. My extension fell out. Vikes!

A few minutes before my solo in the school choir concert, I got the hiccups. I tried to sing between hiccups, but I hiccuped right into the mic. I had to stop my song short.

My crush and I were practicing lacrosse in gym. I threw the ball, and it went straight for his face and bloodied his nose. I felt so bad!

I was riding my scooter up my street. My neighbor was using a tree shredder, and sawdust got in my eyes. I couldn't see and rode right into the middle of the street. The mailman almost ran into me, but he stopped his truck just in time.
COPYRIGHT 2002 Monarch Avalon, Inc.
No portion of this article can be reproduced without the express written permission from the copyright holder.
Copyright 2002, Gale Group. All rights reserved. Gale Group is a Thomson Corporation Company.

Article Details
Printer friendly Cite/link Email Feedback
Publication:Girls' Life
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Oct 1, 2002
Words:527
Previous Article:Star Signs.
Next Article:Ham-Ham it up! (Cele*[TEXT INCOMPLETE IN ORIGINAL SOURCE]).
Topics:


Related Articles
BLOOD BANKS IN THE RED RED CROSS DONATIONS DIP IN WAKE OF CRITICISM.
INSIDE LOOK: SWEEP PLEASES WINGS' VETS YOUTHFUL KINGS ARE OVERWHELMED.
VISIT LOS ANGELES SITES VIA RIDE ON METROLINK.
VISIT L.A. SITES VIA RIDE ON METROLINK.
PLANS SET FOR BLOOD DRIVE OFFICIALS FACING NATIONAL SHORTAGE.
HATS ON FOR FUN RED HATTERS MAKE OVER-50 A PARTY.
Contact hypersensitivity to methyl red in female BALB/c mice.
Storm devastates Gulf.
Seeing Red Over pay parity.
GET READY FOR YOUR CLOSE-UPS RED-LIGHT CAMERAS TO BE INSTALLED AT 2 INTERSECTIONS.

Terms of use | Copyright © 2017 Farlex, Inc. | Feedback | For webmasters