Front Line of Embarrassment

March 11, 2009
By Megan Leebens BRONZE, Dell Rapids, South Dakota
Megan Leebens BRONZE, Dell Rapids, South Dakota
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When the girl was in Kindergarten, being leader of the day was an honored position, it was a privilege. She won one day, and was leading the class through the hallways. On their way to gym class her teacher had a disgusted look and her face. When she looked down there was a pair on Winnie the Pooh underpants lying on the ground. The teacher said they weren't going anywhere until the person who owned them picked them up and put them in their locker. It was hers and she had to pick them up while everyone looked and laughed at her, there was even second graders that walked by. Ten years later she is still embarrassed by the memory. I couldn't share this with anyone; it would be too embarrassing to me too. But it happened a long time ago and people should let it go.

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