Embarrassing Moment Number 1 -
If a tree falls in the woods and no one is there to hear it, does it make a sound? If you do something embarrassing and no one sees you, is it still embarrassing? I say the answer to both questions is yes.
The first law office I worked in had identical offices for each secretary and attorney. I hadn't been working there very long and I was constantly worried that I would screw something up and bankrupt the entire firm. So, I was always preoccupied. One day, I was returning from the kitchen and walked into my office. I sat down in my chair and noticed that the radio was on and wondered who the hell had turned it on. Gradually, I looked around and noticed that other things weren't quite right. I slowly leaned back in the chair and looked into the attorney's office to my right and that's when I realized I had walked into the wrong office.
Although the offices were structurally the same, each secretary was allowed to decorate her office any way she liked and this office looked nothing at all like my own office. If a normal person walked into the wrong office which didn't have her furniture or any of the usual office crap that we accumulate in it, she would take half a step, look around and quietly mumble to herself (dumbass!) and walk out. Not me. I walked into the office next door to mine, sat down and didn't realize what I had done until I heard the radio. I still wasn't sure where I was until I looked into the attorney's office.
And, that was when I was young!
Embarrassing Moment Number 2