What was your worst behavior in a public place

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  1. Guardian1 profile image62
    Guardian1posted 14 years ago

    Mine was a group effort in a bowling alley, but you'll have to wait for the hub. Should post today or tommorrow. No nudity. but some people were flashing their bras because they looked electric blue under the funky purple lighting. The list of bad behavior just went on and on. Yep, bachelor party.

    1. Maddie Ruud profile image74
      Maddie Ruudposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Depends what you consider "bad" and "worse." wink

      1. Guardian1 profile image62
        Guardian1posted 14 years agoin reply to this

        I think public urination is pretty bad, but that kind of info is TMI. Brawling while intoxicated, is pretty bad/sad.

  2. Dame Scribe profile image59
    Dame Scribeposted 14 years ago

    Worst behavior hmm swearing at people in public for staring tongue O wow, lol lol

  3. cindyvine profile image71
    cindyvineposted 14 years ago

    sex in the baby pool at a hotel in the middle of the night

    1. cindyvine profile image71
      cindyvineposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Have to add that we weren't staying at the hotel at the time.

      1. Patty Inglish, MS profile image87
        Patty Inglish, MSposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        Were you recently on the show Reno 911? lol

  4. waynet profile image67
    waynetposted 14 years ago

    The worst behaviour I ever had and it wasn't my fault as someone spiked my drink at a pub and I ended up ranting and raving about an alien invasion that was occuring and they had meat pies for weapons, it was totally surreal, but also I believed it at the time, I believe I was given lsd or some form of acid tab and it freaked me out big time.

  5. Lisa HW profile image61
    Lisa HWposted 14 years ago

    I'm too inhibited and dull not to behave well in public.  Heck, I'm too inhibited and dull not to behave well in private either.  I'm apparently a writer with no stories.    hmm  (Does food fight at the prom count?  I was remotely connected to one of those.)

  6. goldentoad profile image60
    goldentoadposted 14 years ago

    should I start at the moment I was out of the womb?

  7. Misha profile image64
    Mishaposted 14 years ago

    you should start 9 months earlier smile

    1. goldentoad profile image60
      goldentoadposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      You got me! The moment I shot of out of my pop's sac, it was all over!

      1. blondepoet profile image65
        blondepoetposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        Have you seen your movie on Cindy's birthday page you will laugh your guts out. smile

        1. goldentoad profile image60
          goldentoadposted 14 years agoin reply to this

          I shall check it out!

  8. profile image0
    J-Maeposted 14 years ago

    My worst behavior in public happened about five years ago. It had started out to be a long day, plus the three hour drive to a wedding. The wedding started late, the church air conditioner was not working, and the reception was three miles down the road that took us about thirty-five mins to get there. Once we and three hundred more people were in this tiny reception hall we began to have some wine. Three glasses in my sister in law ( we all love the in laws ) made a comment that took me over the edge. My husband did not help out ( which I dont need his help ) which took me even more over the top. I ended up spill a glass of wine, making all three hundred others to look at me and on top of that my emotions got the best of me I started to tear up.
    I dont drink at weddings anymore!

  9. Misha profile image64
    Mishaposted 14 years ago

    You should, trust me! wink

  10. Teresa McGurk profile image60
    Teresa McGurkposted 14 years ago

    Campus security escorted me out of a public meeting for heckling.  Apparently one doesn't heckle in America.

    1. Rochelle Frank profile image91
      Rochelle Frankposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Oh no, a public heckler?

      1. mandybeau profile image57
        mandybeauposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        I am a Conservative and I hate hate hate Hecklers because it means you so can't hear the comments, I don't mind interjection,while nothing is being said, ie disagreeing whatever. but went to this Rally once and the jerk had to be carted out Everytime someone spoke, he yelled Balls tell the f... truth.

  11. profile image0
    Leta Sposted 14 years ago

    Actually getting so angry that I screamed at a guy who accused me of using student loan money for some nefarious purpose in a long financial aid line at college.  I had QUITE the audience, and he backed down.  I think he also may even have lost his job because of it.

    Other than that, lol, OMG, what a memory...  >Kind of< (OK! Yes, I did!) projectile vomiting over everything--and a few kids--in class in the 5th grade.  !

    Education is important to me, hmm  LOL

  12. Lisa HW profile image61
    Lisa HWposted 14 years ago

    Lita, your comment about anger triggered a memory of my own bad behavior.  (I had been thinking of "bad behavior" as "wild" behavior.  Now, anger - I've got my stories.   smile  )

    Once when my kids were little I thought I'd let them get an ice cream at a nice little place that sells carnations and dairy whip and has picnic tables along the parking lot.  My kids were nice little kids, and they were polite to adults.  I parked the car by the tables (to keep other cars from parking near my kids' table), and at some point I sat in the car to write a check before we went where we were going.  Before I knew it some woman came along and kicked them off their seat at the picnic table.  She had gray hair, but she wasn't old - maybe 50/55.  They came to the car and said, "That lady told us we had to leave because she wanted to sit there."  Well, I had brought them there to be able to enjoy their ice cream on a nice day.  They were minding their business and eating it.  I was right there, watching.  I'm not one to think that children should take a backseat (or no seat) to perfectly healthy, middle-aged, "old bags" - so the kids knew I was fuming, fuming, fuming!!  So, speaking of fuming......

    I calmly said, "Get in the car."  mad  The kids knew I was really angry.  I would never have thought I'd be grateful that my car was giving off major black smoke, but that day I was delighted.  I turned the car around, backed up the tail pipe toward the table my kids had just been kicked away from; and gunned the old Pontiac's smoke at the women as long as I could (without giving the police time to show up, if anyone called).  My kids were shocked and yet delighted, because even though they were nice little kids, they weren't kids who didn't get angry when they felt wronged.   I wanted to make sure I really "gassed" the "old bag", so I filled the whole area with the stinky black smoke (not to mention the noise).

    Other people were looking, but since they had no way of knowing what on Earth I was doing or why.  I'm the type that probably had them thinking I was just super-stupid, rather than being aggressive.  To this day I can feel my blood pressure rise when I think of that "old bag".  Apparently, if you mess with my kids you're lucky if all you get is the black fumes treatment.  She was lucky I didn't strangle her.    mad

  13. profile image0
    girly_girl09posted 14 years ago

    I can't bring myself to write full details here! lol It was New Year's Eve and I was extremely intoxicated. Let's just say that me & my date didn't have a lot of privacy. Ugh how I cringe at that evening!!!! Luckily, I'll never see any of those people again. I'm pretty modest! lol

    1. VioletSun profile image79
      VioletSunposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      I am glad I read this, makes me feel better, LOL! I had a similar experience as yours, and I am glad, I will never see any those people again either!!!! I also cringe at the memory as I am very modest. Embarrassing, ugh!  I don't get intoxicated nowadays, thank goodness. smile

  14. Lisa HW profile image61
    Lisa HWposted 14 years ago

    girly-girl, suppose some of them are on HubPages, disguised as other people.   hmm

    Your story beats me "gassing-the-lady" one by a mile.    smile

  15. vkent7441 profile image61
    vkent7441posted 14 years ago

    Ok... just gotta say that I'm new here so just want to say hi... then my worst behavior in a public place might be the time when I was a teenager and got into numerous fights one night at the skating rink... all to impress a guy, go figure.

  16. Lisa HW profile image61
    Lisa HWposted 14 years ago

    Welcome to HubPages.  Try not to have several fights in a night on here.  Only a few people would be impressed.    smile  smile

  17. HealthCare Basics profile image61
    HealthCare Basicsposted 14 years ago

    Went to dinner in Boston during the early 90's. The party ended with dancing in the North End (Little Italy). The bathrooms were small and the lines were huge. I left and got caught _issing next to my car on the streeet by a female officer.

  18. mandybeau profile image57
    mandybeauposted 14 years ago

    Unfortunately I don't ever recall behaving badly in a Public Place, because my friends are all kinda not that way so one misheaving would be like so not done. Boring eh.
    The biggest lie I have ever told in my teens, and twenties, Bedlam.

  19. VioletSun profile image79
    VioletSunposted 14 years ago

    I have had the occasional bad public behavior in my younger years that makes me cringe, one was after drinking too much during my wild days. This one stands out in my mind as I didn't use judgment and it involves an out of control mom , and I let myself get involved; the irate, tough looking mother was screaming and screaming at her terrified tot who couldn't stop crying, while  grabbing him roughly. I gave her a dirty look and shook my head in contempt, and of course she was ready to probably beat me up! LOL!  I had no choice but to walk away, but my heart and that of passerbys went out for this child.

    1. Lisa HW profile image61
      Lisa HWposted 14 years agoin reply to this

      Oh, you don't want look at those out-of-control mothers cross-eyed.  They're mean, and they "aren't in the mood"....

      1. VioletSun profile image79
        VioletSunposted 14 years agoin reply to this

        Yup! I learned this. She really, really looked mean. Its one of those faces that stayed in my memory, and if were an artist, I probably could sketch her face. LOL!

  20. dingdong profile image59
    dingdongposted 14 years ago

    Nose picking!

  21. Pete Maida profile image60
    Pete Maidaposted 14 years ago

    It was probably a rant at some sale person that was trying to feed me line; I hate that.


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