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  Kevin1157  |  10

#8, on the contrary. I'm a 911 dispatcher and we are trained on how to instruct people to do chest compressions properly on choking victims. Obviously getting the lodged object out is the first effort, however, if that's not possible chest compressions are instructed because it helps keep blood flowing to the heart and sometimes can actually help dislodge the object.

  Brandi_Faith  |  33

Ya, this could either be a really funny situation that they all laughed about, or a super awkward one if the parents found it rude or something! Wonder which way it went for OP?

By  HJKM_fml  |  19

Hopefully they were nice about it. I get that it can be embarrassing when you slip up like that especially when you're trying so hard to impress but, hey, at least you know now and can avoid potentially awkward situations from here on out.