STORY TIME: My Most Embarrassing Moment- The Time I Pooped On Myself In Public.


We all have our embarrassing moments and most times we avoid talking about them, however, when such stories are shared, they make us crack up. Today we will be having some fun with the story I am about to share. As you can tell by the title,  it's about the time I pooped on my self in public. I have a feeling I an been judged but before you take the piss, wait till you hear my story. 

On this day, I went to the office looking all good and classy with my 24 inches Brazilian hair, my pretty looking flay short skirt, a camisole with a million dollars looking blazer and of course a pair of heels. I had my head so high because I was feeling myself, I am sure you know that feeling. After the day's work, I decided to go with my manager, who happened to be my uncle. I followed him majorly because I wanted him to pay for my transport fare, "selfish me!" anyway shout out to my uncle B.O. We started our journey but he said he was hungry, so we stopped somewhere to eat but the restaurant had no food at that time, they only had shawarma so he decided to take one. He offered me one but I said no because I wasn't hungry but as he started eating, I began to salivate, this characteristic is common among my mum and her siblings, they have a way of making you hungry while they eat, don't ask me why. Eventually, I asked him for a bit and of course, he gave me from his piece and that was it, I didn't drink or eat anything else. When he finished eating, we commenced our journey to a central spot then we went our different ways.

As I got into a bus going to my destination, that was the point I started feeling strange movements in my stomach, I played cool and hoped to compose myself till I get home,  when the bus eventually got filled, we commenced to our destination but I wasn't doing so well, I was feeling so bad, by the way, let me bring to your attention that this trip was supposed to be a  25 minutes or 30 minutes trip but something unusual happened this day, on getting to a particular area, we discovered the roads were blocked thanks to Lagos traffic. Omg! at this point, I was already sweating as I was trying to close my anus so no fart drops, you know Lagos commercial buses are so jam-packed however, I was trying to be the better person. After 40 minutes in traffic and I wasn't close to my destination, I decided to get off the bus in the middle of nowhere. I was so confused.

Luckily for me, I found a fuel station, I walked in and explain my situation to an attendant and he said they didn't have a toilet, at this point I was already farting. I left this place and I saw a big store opened with an elderly woman in it, I could tell she was a Christian and I could also tell what church she goes to because she had the picture of her pastor all over the place. I approached her and told her of the situation I was in but she responded to me cruelly, even though I was in pain I felt terrible at her response. At this point I felt something escaping from my anus so I started running, I got a motorbike to get me to a particular place but on our way there, we found a not so good looking hair stylist shop so I ask the bike to stop, at this point, I was already messed up. I ran into the shop and spoke with the owner who was a Muslim, I told her I menstruating and I got stained and asked if she can assist me, immediately she stood up, took me to her personal toilet and asked her workers to fetch me two buckets of water. I am sure you don't want to know what kind of hazard I had under my pant, it was very messy. Long story short, I cleaned my self and got rid of those things I knew I wouldn't be needing. As I left the toilet, I went back to her to say thank you, I gave her some money but she refused so I offered her and all her workers a drink which they accepted. After this event, I went home and slept like a queen. 

The next day, I gave my uncle the gist and his jaws dropped, he felt so sorry for me. The good thing was that I learned something new that day and that was never to judge the book by its cover. The first two persons I met that day refused to help when they knew I was in pain and the crazy thing was that it was very obvious through their voices and countenances that they were not going to help me. For God's sake, how can you tell me there is no toilet in a fuel station. I won't lie, when I saw the other woman, with the church banner all over her office, I felt my struggles were over, seeing that she is a Christian and a mother figure at that, little did I know that she was mean AF and this got me asking, what if she needed to use the toilet, what will she do? or if her daughter was in the same position as I was, what would be the solution she would prefer? I see how my mum who wasn't a churchgoer at that period treats other people in need, she goes out of her way most times to bring smile and relief to those who come to her for help. Even if I cant tell whether the Muslim woman helped me because I said I was menstruating, I really don't care, she helped me anyway. This is somebody I will not ask for help on a normal day however, she was kind and loving enough to help me. 

In conclusion, from that day I stopped being racist, it doesn't matter if you are white, black, brown, Muslim or Christian as long as we speak a common language which is LOVE! You automatically become one of my family. By the way, if you are interested in learning how to make shawarma at home, stay tuned because I will be hitting you with that very soon.

I hope you enjoyed this story time with me if so drop me a comment below and I will like to know some of your embarrassing moments.

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48 comments

  1. wow..!!!

    This is an interesting post about people and their behavior.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Totally agree with your thoughts - One Love <3

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  3. Some people can be pretty rude in these situations but thankfully there are good people out there still! I am glad everything worked out in the end.

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  4. wow !! I am glad you found some great people to help you and take care of you instead of leaving you out to dry!! what a great story!

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    1. also you are very brave to share your story with the world!!

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  5. Hoang Vi Fessenden

    Wow this is very open thanks for sharing this with us!

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  6. Wow! The fact that you are able to write about it tells me you found the beauty in this situation. Thank goodness for that hair stylist. There are some good people out there.

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  7. Enjoyed reading your story and totally agree with you. Love is the universal language when we rightly communicate.

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  8. WTF! Last time I did that was when I was in grade 2. Whew.

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  9. It's bad what had happened, and still people tend to be selfish, but there are still good people in the world, and religion, or race or anything don't mean that someone is gonna be a good person or a bad one, everyone is unique and everyone decides alone how they will act, and will or won't help a person in need.

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  10. I was totally smitten by the way you told your story. I guess the messages is pretty powerful. My experience in a very diverse group in Indonesia taught me a very important lesson about loving different kinds of people no matter where they came from, their religion, or their political affiliation.

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  11. Good to know that there was someone to help. And yes, we should never judge a book by its cover.

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  12. It's crazy how we use stereotypes and prejudice to cloud our perception of others. Glad you were able to learn from this situation.

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  13. I remember it when I was a kid I did and I felt embarrassing. All were staring at me. There are so many people with different behavior and nobody cares to know the situation.

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  14. Wow, I don’t think I could have ever shared this story. But, it’s good to know that there’s still some good people in world.

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  15. It takes a lot of courage to share your most embarrassing moments. Keshia Richmond

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  16. It’s crazy how people can treat others. As a Christian that’s shameful that someone in her position would not help, especially since we had church advertising everywhere which meant she was being a face to her church. Crazy.

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  17. The stereotypes are really crazy, but everyone is a human and shouldn't be worried!

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  18. Some people at times can get really nasty at time.

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  19. You're so brave to share this kind of your story! For me it's a shameful to share this but well I know many people ignore to help you that time. It's very hard situation

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  20. Oh wow. This is an embarrassing story that takes courage to tell. KeshiaRichmond

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  21. It takes a lot to be this open and vulnerable with the world. Kudos to you!
    -Cendu

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  22. I felt so sorry for you when I was reading this. I'd don't know how those two people could have refused to helps someone who was obviously in pain.

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  23. Wow! I don't know if I would be able to share this story with others. I can't believe how mean some of these people were to you when you clearly were not feeling well.

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  24. Enjoyed reading your story and totally agree with you. It takes a lot to be this open. Thanks for sharing.

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  25. Kudos to you for writing this all out. And bring that shawarma on..<3

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  26. I am so sorry this happened to you. It sounds like you have had some difficulty with people who claim to be Christians. What happened to you was not love. And God is love. Don't be confused with the two things. People who really have a relationship with God show His love. They can't help it. It flows out of them. I will start praying for you to see Jesus and someone who represents Him.

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  27. LOL you are a brave soul for sharing this story! Thank goodness you found someone kind enough to help you with your poop-mergency!

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  28. I agree, very brave to share. Good for you!

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  29. What an embarrassing moment indeed but at least what matters at the end is realizing there are still kind people out there.

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  30. Sad to say, I have met those kind of people. Such hypocrites. Sometimes, we get the help from people we least expect it. Appreciate your bravery fro sharing this incident to get the message across.

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  31. Sometimes the people we expect to help us won't and the people we don't expect to help us will go above and beyond to help us out in our time of need.

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  32. I enjoyed reading your story. It can happen to anyone even me I have the most embarrassing moment. Good thing there are people who are willing to help. And I will wait your shawarma story :)

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  33. Wow, what an embarrassing story. I have had accidents before but not in public.

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  34. OMG, what a predicament. I would not know what to do if I were in your situation. Glad you were able to sort it out and even more glad that there are people out there willing to help you in a blink of an eye. Thank goodness you were relieved and even more happy that you learned a lesson to not judge a book by its sole cover.

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  35. I must say, you made my day with an article on this embarrassment. LOL

    Thanks for sharing.

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  36. I'm still laughing as I type this comment. Loved it and glad it had a happy ending too. thanks for sharing your experience. :-)

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  37. great story and interesting as well. wanted to read more but sadly it ended.

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  38. Kudos to you for sharing! Not a lot of people would be willing to open up about a situation like this but because you were brave enough to share you have likely made someone else who's had a similarly bad day feel a bit better. Way to spread the positivity :)

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  39. Common! This is nothing in embarrassing ! There was more embarrassed things than your story . :)

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  40. I'm glad you are mature to recognize your shortcomings as well as those of others.

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  41. A hahaha. Thank goodness I haven't experienced that yet. We'll I poop in mall toilets though.

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  42. I found this fricken hilarious! Don't worry, I've had the same embarrassing experience before when I was a child.

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  43. Hahahahahaha!! I found this THE MOST entertaining post - by far one of my favourites! I love how open and honest you are about it all, and it's a very good point you make! I've knownw a lot of Christians who unfortunately don't speak the common language of love :(

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  44. Wow it's tough to express the most embarrassing moment in your life. Thanks for sharing.

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