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By Ashamed - / Friday 20 April 2012 07:34 / United States - Somerville
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Is that by Skrillex? So, you do an embarrassing thing in the present to erase embarrassing things from your past? Looks like you've set up an infinite loop.

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1: by the looks of all the thumbs down, you ain't that lucky... And poor op, it's just a vicious cycle, eh? Maybe break the habit, although it sounds easier said than done... I suggest a shudder and a shrug instead of your humming and stuff...

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It happens to me too, but I usually whistle a little, just like a little music, or I say "fuck" in a low voice, or "LOL" your "humdidumdum lalala" sound kinda weird, but I'm sure you are one of those clumsy but funny guys XD

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That's funny I do something similar! Except I don't say humdedumlalala or whatever I kind of just scrunch up my face and groan a little. You should try that. I think we all hate embarrassing moments...and some of us have way more than others lol

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204- The red-haired kid with Tourette Syndrome is not a regular on the show. He was in the toy store at the beginning of the episode where Cartman pretends to have Tourettes so he can curse without getting into trouble.

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Actually, it's almost like you can't control it. I find myself doing it to and find it funny that I'm not the only one:D Except, I just chuckle a little to get that funny feeling out:P

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Anyone who hasn't done this in some fashion, quietly or aloud, is either too young or too sheltered. I catch myself trying to explain, justify, or correct my memories out loud. It just means you've had a good ride

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All I'm saying, is when I think of something embarrassing, I don't have an uncontrollable urge. Most people don't, if he wants a shot at being able to stop, I'd bet his only choice is self control. As embarrassing as it may be, it's your private thought, no one else knows what you're thinking about, so no need to be embarrassed. The past is the past, I started living by that phrase, and life got a whole lot less stressful.

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It's a continuous cycle, when you hum and people stare at you it's embarrassing ad then you remember that moment again and hum again. A perpetual cycle of embarrassment.

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Yeah, I do the same thing but in a different way... I just shake my head a little and do my own delete or suppress thought mantra lol... Check it out OP! It might help in public situations. But no worries, you're not the only one who does it and it feels good to know I'm not the only one lol.. In the end, f_ck what others might think of that... Most likely you'll never see them again ;-) HAPPY HOLIDAY 4/20 lol

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I actually do that too, except I just blurt out stuff like, "I want to sleep" to distract my thoughts and I make sure to do it only at home. You'd do it too if you were as awkward as I was when I was younger >_>.

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I feel your pain, OP. When I remember something embarrassing, funny , strange, etc., I smile extremely wide while looking down, which arouses many funny looks. For example, tomorrow when I'll remember your FML in class.

Is that by Skrillex? So, you do an embarrassing thing in the present to erase embarrassing things from your past? Looks like you've set up an infinite loop.

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