Choosing the wrong video

From: Steven


My most embarassing moment ever was when I was in my 12th grade drama class at school one afternoon. It was nearly the end of the year and our teacher wanted to check our progress on our major drama assignments; I had chosen to make a short movie.

Our class teacher had the idea that we all would give a critique of each other's work to date and everyone who had made a video needed to hand them in so that he could display them to the class. Well, me being the procrastinator that I am, had not started the assignment yet, so I concocted a plan to dodge any trouble that it might cause with the teacher. I planned to bring in a different tape with a tv movie on it and claim it was an accident so that I could buy myself some extra time to start the project.

Thinking that I was the cleverest guy alive, I confidentally handed the unmarked cassette to the teacher (I chose an unmarked cassette from our video cabinet because I knew it would look suspicious if I handed him a tape that was labelled "Gone With the Wind" or something similar) and sat back to wait for my video to be shown. As luck would have it, my tape was to be shown last. The teacher put the cassette in the machine and pressed play and at first it looked like an ordinary home movie (it must have been a video from one of our family vacations, i thought) but after nearly three minutes, the entire theme of the tape changed. Now, on the screen were my parents, naked and on their bed doing what husbands and wives do.

I think I nearly fainted with embarassment, and you can just imagine what comments I received from the other people in my class and to this day, my parents can't show their faces whenever i get together with some of my old school friends from that class.

Luckilly, my teacher thought the embarassment of having thirty 12th graders watching your parents naked on their bed was punishment enough for not starting the assingment, so he didn't put me on detention.

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