Watch out for the signs

Alexis Smith, assistant editor

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     Embarrassing moments. Everybody has them. I know I have.
     It all started off when I was sitting in Ms. Washington’s room taking an English test. I had to go to the bathroom really bad, but I wanted to finish my test first. I tried to finish the test, but I felt like my bladder was about to explode, so I went ahead and asked Ms. Washington if I could go.
     As I was walking down the halls so eager to get to the bathroom, I jerked open the door and literally ran inside. As you know, our bathrooms are flip-flopped on each side of the hallway, and I never use those bathrooms, so, I’m pretty sure you know where this is going.
     Just before I turned the corner I asked myself why it smelled different in there. Then I turned the corner. I darted out of there as fast as my legs could take me. Luckily, there weren’t any guys in there. I probably would have died.
     Right as I pushed the door open to leave, terrified to see if anyone saw me, I looked into the biology room and saw Celeste M. falling out of her desk because she was laughing so hard. Thank goodness she was the only one who saw!
     That was the most embarrassing moment that has ever happened to me in school. Just remember even when your bladder is about to explode, check the signs.