Embarrassing Office Moments: The Stuff You Just Can’t Make Up!

November 20, 2013
Have you ever had an embarrassing moment at work?

While it may have been a moment of sheer humiliation, now it's something that you and your co-workers are able to laugh about and even share with new team members. It helps build those essential work connections and friendships that are building blocks to having fun at work!

I have to say that I've had my fair share of them, and they always seem to come up in conversation, even years later.

Oh, remember when Kim...

Wore that skirt one day and proceeded to walk from the bathroom to her desk (which is not just down the hall, by the way), with the back tucked in to her underwear?!

Yeah, that was me.

I got back to my desk and sat down, not even feeling any noticeable difference. Come on Kim.

So, a few minutes later, a guy that I work with came over and whispered, "Your skirt is tucked into your underwear." HORRIFIED. RED FACE. SWEATY.

Now, at the time, this guy and I were not close work buddies. But, over the past several years, we've definitely formed a friendship and a mutual trust. And, we always have a great story to laugh about together and with others.

Embrace those embarrassing moments, build friendships, and have fun!

Share your embarrassing moment with us on Facebook, we'd love to hear about it.

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Kimberly is the Baudville Website Manager and star of our online product videos. She applies her knowledge of the web to create the ultimate online experience for Baudville customers.
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