Saturday, October 29, 2011

Oh $hit Biscuits

Not what you want to see when you return to your car while running errands.

My first thought was what the heck?

My second thought was Oh $hit, I wonder how bad it is (but I couldn't see anything behind me...so that would have to wait until I got home).

My third thought was to pick up that seat warmer heated chocolate covered raisin and eat it as I glanced back into the bank windows to see if all the employees were pointing and laughing.

My fourth thought was...do I go home and change or continue on with my errands? So in the middle of a rain storm, I was the only idiot wandering around town with her rain coat tied around her waist.

When I got home the kids ridiculed me and the husband told me I had a "sweet a$$". Get it?

That's about all I got today. I'm gearing up to watch the Duck game and celebrating that I got the boot camp flyers printed and pinned up around town:

The signs printed and staked on street corners:

And now I wait to find out if anyone even wants to work-out during the holidays.

When was the last time you totally embarrassed yourself? Help me feel better about "crapping my pants".

23 comments:

misszippy said...

If it makes you feel any better, I have puke all over the inside of my car--daughter got sick yesterday. Good times!

I'd say yes, people want to workout over the holidays...at least I would!

ajh said...

Love the sweet ass comment. I'm sure he meant it in more than one way.

Mike said...

Poop jokes are funny no matter how old you are :-).

Kate said...

Oh, nice! Lol. Thank goodness no one is as interested in us as we imagine they are when we accidentally do something stupid.

My last humiliating incident was camping with the family. I was sitting in the camper wearing my typical pajamas (tank top and shorts) and talking to my 17 yr old son when he averted his eyes and exclaimed "Mom!" in a tone of disgust. I looked down and a boob was hanging out of my top. I was mortified. Ugh...I can't even tell you how much.

Awesome outlook on the boot camp! B(r)e(a)st of luck to you.

Jill said...

Too funny...I'm mostly laughing at the eating the chocolate covered smushed now on the car seat raisin, I probably would have.

I'm chucked full of A.D.D. moments...let's see, what did I do stupid last...how about forgot to turn on the oven for dinner that night. Took out the roast and thought it looked a little undercooked. Um, it hadn't even started cooking. We ate dinner that night about 8:30...about the time I start getting ready for bed.

(Just) Trying is for Little Girls said...

I hate when I get chocolate covered raisin on my a$$.

November 28th. I'm dropping in for boot camp. Can't wait!

Big Daddy Diesel said...

I can beat miss zippy, I had puke all over my car because I was sick and couldnt pull over fast enough

Dawn said...

Bahaha...oh SO glad this has happened to some one other than me!;)
And I would sign up for that class in a heartbeat!

Shelby said...

LOL I sat down and met with my professor-he kept laughing at me and I thought I was really funny-until at the end of the meeting he asked if I was hungry.

As it turns out, I had chocolate all over my chin from eating a brownie my friend gave me earlier =) Woops!

JenniferLeah said...

ewwww, so glad it's a pc of chocolate instead of puke like mizz and bdd!!

Katie @ Will Race for Carbs said...

AH, that is the worst! Chocolate just looks gross when it is smeared on your booty! All you can do it laugh, right!! And maybe switch banks.

Abby @ Have Dental Floss, Will Travel said...

Better a chocolate covered raisin than something else, though, right?

Mamarunsbarefoot said...

Well when my daughter was a baby I was changing her in her car seat at the mall. She was breastfed and if you've ever seen that type of poo it looks like mustard and FLIES out of their butt! Well she crapped so hard if flew out of her car seat onto my pants! My husband was so mortified! HAHA!

Jenn said...

Bahaha. Sorry! My favorite is your 3rd thought. I have literally dug in my seats and on the floor looking for a possible "Good n' Plenty" that I may have dropped at one time. I'm always thinking about nourishment.....

Great attitude with the bootcamp!! I hope this turns out to be a huge success for you. If I was closer, I would SURELY join!!

Totally embarrassed myself. Where should I start....

Laurie said...

Sorry about your Raisenette incident!
I recently dropped a gigantic salad I'd made at the work cafeteria salad bar. Produce everywhere, all over me, all over patients, all over docs' white coats. I didn't feel too proud of myself.

Nelly said...

Good luck on the boot camp ads! Honestly I wish I could do your bootcamp, it sounds like fun!

We are getting closer to the Stanford-Oregon showdown! I'm actually going up to Oregon for the OSU-Stanford game, I'm excited to check out the state (I've only been to Oregon a couple times in the southern part of the state).

Nikki Kendall said...

Let me know how it goes...I am toying with the idea of hosting my own bootcamp after the first of the year. Any tips, suggestions would be awesome!

Amanda@runninghood said...

ha ha! Good thing you knew about the "crap" on your ass! At least you could cover it at some point. I sure hope you get lots of people to sign up for this bootie buster camp! What a great idea!

Shellyrm ~ just a country runner said...

I think we've all had that experince. You maybe gave a few people a few giggles. No big deal.

I love your Holiday Bootie Buster Boot Camp! I'm hoping it is a huge success. I'd love to be able to do something like that around here. I can't even work out child care to join the little group two days a week. Why don't girls want to "baby sit" anymore!?!

Stacey (aka UltraPrincess) said...

Sorry to hear about the 'poo pants'....... That really sucks!!!

Good luck with your business venture; cant wait to hear how it unravels

Fruit Fly said...

This is too funny. Not gonna lie, had I been one of the people to see this in person I totally would be laughing at you. With you? With, At ... yeah, it is funny!

Karen said...

LOL! I am forever eating in the car. It is just a matter of time before a chocolate covered raisin gets me too :)

Julie D. said...

I was hoping to join kim on november 28th but it is now my sons first day at new school and I don't want to be all over town that morning. Will have to come to one in December! So funny. I've run around with a jacket around my waist when it's raining--- it's such a horrible giveaway that something horrible is going on down there.