We’ve all had an embarassing event in our lives, such as falling off a chair, calling someone the wrong name, or urinating on oneself. In the end, we will be ashamed or amused. I’ll laugh because when we do something stupid, we have no intention of doing it.
It just happen in the spur of the moment. Some people will be so embarrassed that they will try to forget it ever happened. However, there are some people who will embrace their embarrassing moments and even share them with others. In fact, some people find humor in their embarrassing moments and use them as a way to connect with others.
Do not be modest in that instance, since it will appear to be a cute thing or a joke with family and friends afterward. This will make you happy. I had three of the most humiliating moments of my life, each of which occurred while I was playing for the Thailand bowling national team. The first was as a bowler for the Thailand bowling national team when I fell down or slipped on the lane during an international tournament.
The second, It was also a national tournament. I was in the same team with my good friend, who is also a good bowler. We had to play against each other in the knockout stage. The rule said that the loser will be eliminated from the tournament. When we played, he let me win. That made me feel so guilty and I was really embarrassed about it.
The third, I was at a friend’s birthday party and we were playing a game where we had to do something funny in front of everyone. I did something really embarrassing and everyone laughed at me. That was probably the most embarrassing moment of my life. Bowling is a sport that requires concentration, focus and a good sense of humor. If you can keep your head up after these embarrassing moments, then you are definitely a good bowler! Bowling is a great sport for all ages and it is definitely worth giving it a try!
I’ve been bowling since I was ten years old. I’ve had a lot of bowlings, and I’ve experienced a lot. And, in fact, I won the bowling prize from a competition. My finest reward was that I won the True Vision Thailand Junior Bowling’s first prize. After that, when I had gained a lot of victories, they invited me to join the team.
I was so happy and I felt that my Bowling skills had been improved. But, there was an embarrassing moment that I would never forget in my life. It was when I had joined with Thailand Bowling national team to compete in SEA game. That time I was only 17 years old and it was my first time to join the international tournament. My parents and my friends were came to watched me playing.
In the first match, I played against Malaysia. When I threw the ball, it hit the pin but some of the pins were still standing. Then, I did it again for the second time but it still didn’t knock down all of the pins. Finally, I did it for the third time and knocked down all of the pins. When I got back to my seat, all of my team mates were looking at me and they couldn’t stop laughing at me. That was the most embarrassing moment in my life.
So I took the opportunity. It’s a wonderful opportunity to be part of the team. And it was yet another chance for me to attend university, since I was in high school at the time. After I agreed to take advantage of the offer, I had to practice four days per week for four hours each day for four weeks.
I was really devoted to it. Until one day, during the practice, one of my friends called me. He told me that my mother was in the hospital because she had a heart attack. I was so shocked and worried about my mother. I immediately went to the hospital to see her. It turned out that she was fine, but she had to stay in the hospital for a few days for observation.
I was really relieved that my mother was okay. But I was also embarrassed because I had Bowling practice when I should have been at the hospital with my mother. That was one of the most embarrassing moments of my life. Bowling is important to me, but family is more important. From then on, I started to prioritize things in my life. And I am grateful that my mother is okay and that I was able to learn this valuable lesson at a young age.
However, when we had a tournament or competition, we had to practice every day after school, and sometimes we were forced to take a vacation from school two weeks before the event. We also needed to accommodate our bodies. So on Saturdays at the Sports Authority of Thailand, we go for fitness. Bowling is a sport that requires good physical fitness. If you are not physically fit, you will not be able to bowl well.
When we make a trip to Chiang Mai, our first stop is The Mall Ngamwongwan. We had to stretch before bowling. We had to walk around in the car park for 4 or 5 rounds to warm up. Korean is the coach of Thailand’s bowling national team. He has scared every member of the national team since he never smiles at us. He instructed us to complete some exercises after we finished our warming up.
The first drill is that we have to hit the pins in the middle of the Bowling Alley. The second drill is that we need to hit the corner pins in both sides and then we need to hit the head pin. After that, he will teach us how to throw a curve ball and finally he will teach us how to throw a strike.
For me, it was so difficult to learn all of those skills in just one day. Especially, when I saw other people can do it so easily, it made me feel even more frustrated. But I knew that I just had to keep practicing and eventually I would get better.