What was your most embarrassing childhood moment?
Asked at Asked at Munchers Bakery, 925 Iowa on December 15, 2008
“Tripping on a bunch of wires when I was going to give a talk in front of 500 people. My glasses jumped off. I could hear about 500 laughs. I couldn’t say a word after I got on the microphone.”
“When I was in the fourth grade, at Jefferson Grade School, my teacher sent me to the sixth grade to deliver a message to the teacher, and when I walked in the door, everybody started laughing. I was unzipped.”
“Having to stand in front of the class — falsely accused — for about an hour.”
“When my younger sister and I got into a fight, on a street corner, she pulled my pants down. It wasn’t in Lawrence.”