Accidentally sent a softcore picture to my wife and in-laws
This happened 20 minutes ago and I want to die. My wife has gone out and I am sitting here going through photos from my day out with our kid when I see a few photos I want to send to the group chat that my wife and I have with her parents. It's full of pictures of our boy and I thought these two photo's would go well in there. So I load up messenger and click to load up multiple photos and without thinking too hard I click send. Next thing I see a photo of a girl revealing her boob in our group chat.
A gif I had saved had been in the gallery and I accidentally clicked it when selecting multiple photos. Holy fucking christ. I managed to delete it and it worked but apparently that only deletes it on my end. Next thing my wife writes "why did you send a picture of a girl showing her tits in the group chat?"..
.. Kill me now
That's never going to work
I’m gonna need to see the pic you sent.
"oh man my bad, my phone was infected with a virus"
Quickly send 5 more nsfw photos and tell your wife it seems your account has been hacked.
I'd like a well-dressed person to follow me around and warn me when I'm about to do something stupid.
"Ahem, not appropriate."
Boris is a prime example of the pricks in power. Ignorant to the people around them and arrogant to think they can help them.
Boris is such a giant buffoon..
I think he plays the buffoon /jester character well with the public, but privately I think he's an intense bully who humiliates and undermines people in order to rise through the ranks. A lot like Trump actually.
I said bust a nut instead of bust a cap at a family reunion.
Yesterday I was at a family reunion. I was sitting down with my mother, father, brother, uncles, aunts, cousins, nieces, ETC and we were talking about random things. (I feel like I should mention that I don't see my other relatives that aren't my immediate family alot so it was the first time I've seen them in about 2 years)
Basically, my brother brought up a story about how he was annoyed at someone at work and just before that we were talking about an upcoming gun show...
I thought it would be funny to say "Ahaha I bet you wanted to bust a cap in his ass" but I accidentally said "Ahaha I bet you wanted to bust a nut in his ass" And I didn't realize my mistake until he said ".. You mean bust a cap?"
I was so embarrassed so I acted like I didn't care and I just said: "..Yea haha.." And I excused myself to go to the bathroom. Basically, I waited until everyone forgot and nobody asked me about it but I know they probably will remember..
Shouldn't have went to the bathroom. Now they think it's cause you gave yourself a boner
Oh god that makes this 100% worse lmao
That makes this post 100 times better.
Now your whole family thinks you're gay, better find a bf real quick so as not to disappoint them.
This didn't make me cringe, it just made me really sad
Just a guy trying his best but not making it. Not a cringe. He’ll get up tomorrow and work out and try harder next time. He’s deaf, for fucks sake, not dead.
The look on the guys face when he finds out kills me :(
Exactly, I just ended up feeling really bad for the guy.
Why oh why do people think this is a good idea?
Just be respectful, big up your friend, make a couple of jokes at his expense, compliment the bride and then sit the fuck down. This day is not about you.
"Guys... Be serious. I used to cry when I masturbate."
Nope. I'm out.
Best man speech is not the time to practice your stand up routine.
shamelessly playing to that raunchy-but-endearing judd apatow movie he thinks he's in
"You know, you come across as a nice guy but you're really a just a piece of shit." - Damn, that comment was gold.
Interviewer is clearly suicidal.
That interviewer either had no brains or serious balls to say that to Tyson, Funny stuff. Then the interviewer:"you know were doing live tv". Tyson: " I don't care what you gonna do about it". Then the manager smiling away for the whole thing. Quality.
I really think he may have forgotten and he got re-mad about it
This isn't cringe at all, it's fucking hilarious.
I'm a teacher and a bunch of us scare each other. My friend told me a coworker was coming and I scared the shit out of a parent.
@ 0:24 when she started breathing heavily
Do i need to feel bad for laughing at this ?
Did she? Sounded like she was gasping for air from the scare. Haven't seen any smile as well.
Went back and visited a camp I used to work at
I worked at a sports camp for eight summers (from 14-22). It was a second home to me and it was sad when I had to get a "real job." I always make a point of going back to visit the camp a couple of times a year and check in with the old counselors and the kids that have grown up. I haven't been by in a three summers, and yesterday I stopped in for an impromptu visit during my lunch hour.
Every year, it's usually mostly the same kids and mostly the same counselors, and I'm always treated like a celebrity. I get bum rushed as soon as they see me and counselors and campers alike fight for my attention. It's good fun.
This time I arrive, and it is literally an entirely new staff. Like I don't know a single person working there. I waltz into the gym and wave my arms expecting the flood of happiness and excitement that the great 3d spongebob has arrived.
Instead I'm just stared at with confusion. Finally one of the counselors (maybe 20 years old) says "Are you here to pick someone up?" And I reply "Nope! Just visiting! I'm 3d spongebob!" After a long pause and confused looks I say "I used to work here!" to which he replies "Oh, cool." and continues addressing the kids.
I just kinda stand there, smiling like an idiot with my hands on my hips trying to look like this isn't a disaster, a good 15 feet away from the group, as he continues to explain the rules of capture the flag or whatever he was explaining. I have no idea what to do. I should have seen this coming, it's been three years, of course things would have changed. The idea of just turning around and leaving seemed so, so awkward, so I scan the group of kids to see if I recognize anyone. Finally I see an old camper, Chris (not real name). Chris was probably about 6 when I was last a counselor, so he'd be 12ish now.
I wait for the counselor to finish explaining the game and for teams to be broken up, and I walk up and go "Hey Chris! How's camp going" -- He seems to recognize me, but doesn't really react. I say "Do you remember me?" and finally he shyly says "A little..."
Now it's been a while since I've worked with kids. You develop a filter that just stops you from saying anything inappropriate, and the longer you work outside that field I guess that filter disappears. Obviously mine has worn off, because my response to him saying he remembers me "a little" was happily and joyfully exclaiming "Oh fuck off! You remember me more than a little!"
Jesus I can't even type this. This is so fucked. 20 year old counselor pipes up and goes "whoa whoa hey language!" and I immediately cover my mouth and try to play it off "oh my god I'm so sorry! You didn't hear anything Chris!"
The counselor says "Oh he definitely heard it. What are you doing, man?" And calls all the kids to go outside for capture the flag. Everyone leaves through the doors, and I'm left standing in the gym alone. I get in my car and go back to work.
Jesus christ dude.
Show up again on Monday
"Hey Chris! Remember me now you little shit?!"
Holllly fuck, I cringed myself into a pretzel.
Oh okay so nothing has changed.
20,000 people came to Grant Park in Chicago for Pokémon Go Fest and the servers crashed, nobody could play the game.
Can anyone explain why he's getting booed? I stopped playing Pokemon go after level 2 or something and I missed out quite a lot.
Dumbest thing ever to buy a ticket for. Some dude flew from Australia to visit a 20$ park event, to stumble upon this shit show, which it was destined to be.
The biggest cringe may be the 'he got formula' line. I'm going to go be sad now.
I was with him until the reveal came that he was unemployed and she was the one earning the money.
True, but being unemployed isn't necessarily a choice, though. Spending money needlessly is. Especially with a baby to feed.
Edit: To all the people saying it totally is a choice, sometimes you can't control things like getting laid off our even fired.
The couple doesn't have "so little". They're 17 dollars away from having absolutely no money at all. Absolutely no money. With a baby.
You're right that the woman wanted to feel feminine but the mom should've been smarter than that. And that's 17 dollars before she got them done. It's heartbreaking.