Hello friends! Laughing it off--it's a concept even I struggle to grasp.
In my most sincere opinion, I would say that I'm an extremely awkward human being. Like, on a scale of 0 to 2 pi, I'm 2 pi awkward. Yeah, it's that bad. And as the wise Taylor Swift once encouraged, "Shake it off." Well, I'm such a fool sometimes that I feel like crying inside after doing stupid crap. I might even cringe in real life. Then I'll keep bringing it up and won't drop it. I can't shake it off, not when I'm that embarrassing. And every once in a while I'll get what Youtuber Dan Howell describes as a "cringe attack". Ugh. It's bad stuff. So for your enjoyment, I felt it was only necessary to write about hilarious yet extremely embarrassing stuff I've done recently.
Well a few days ago I went to a graduation party. A lot of people were joined in a big circle in my friend's yard, throwing a Frisbee. Me, standing awkwardly in the corner (joined with Tyler and Owen) decided to juggle a soccer ball while they spoke about music. I'm not sure who I passed the ball to, but one of them kicked it behind me and under a small tree. Me being five foot, eight inches, I didn't think it through how much I needed to squat down to avoid the branches. Aaaand then my face just went right into it. Owen and Tyler started laughing at me and I just stood there and held my face for a good while. It hurt so much. I tried not to cry. I laughed, but it was so painful. Ugh.
Next, more sports' injuries! I was throwing the football with Norman and Tyler one evening and took a step to prepare my perfect spiral. Well when I took that step I tripped over my other leg and fell right on my face. So pitiful.
That day when I couldn't successfully finish my sentence and ended my current word with a bunch of gibberish nonsense--oh wait, that's every day.
Well that's all I'm going to admit for now. It's all too horrible for me to bring up. Basically, gather from this that I'm only human. We all embarrass ourselves. But it's what makes hilarious memories! Embrace your awkward side, you awesome people. -Lydia