Last Sunday, Lawson shared an embarrassing moment with her Twitter followers that she had at an airport:
Immediately, Jenny's fan base started to respond to the tweet, sharing with her some of their MOST awkward moments that are guaranteed to give you a big laugh.
Airport cashier: "Have a safe flight." Me: "You too!" I CAN NEVER COME HERE AGAIN.— TheBloggess (@TheBloggess) November 1, 2015
Check some of my personal favorites below:
@TheBloggess At a booksigning, someone told me it was their birthday. "I hope you get cake," I said, then signed their book: "To Cake,"— Pat Rothfuss (@PatrickRothfuss) November 2, 2015
@TheBloggess woman at a restaurant complimented my bag, I tried to reciprocate somehow but could only say "your eyebrows are nicely plucked"— Samantha Escobar (@myhairisblue) November 2, 2015
@TheBloggess My neighbor watched me drop all of my groceries outside, asked if I needed help and I said, "I dropped it." He said, "I know."— Katie (@HintOfKatie) November 2, 2015
@TheBloggess Got into the passenger seat of the wrong car outside of starbucks. The driver waited until I finished my phone call to tell me.— Amanda (@parentlikeadad) November 1, 2015
@TheBloggess showed my (male) boss a gift idea and asked, "if you were a man, would you like this?"— Pam Goliath (@pgeeSK) November 2, 2015
@TheBloggess After meeting a dozen people the first day at a new job cheerfully introduced myself to old friend who helped me get the job...— Katie Olson (@improbablekate) November 1, 2015
@TheBloggess Brother once called me freaking out because he couldn't find his phone. I asked how he was talking to me. He hung up.— Melissa (@onlymystory) November 2, 2015
Jenny favorited and reposted some tweets on her Twitter and posted later on her feed the real reason why we are all on the platform:
@TheBloggess Nighclub Doorman: Sorry Miss, do you have a lighter? Me: No, sorry. He: It's okay. Thanks anyway. Me: Thank you me.— BeatrizNascimento (@BeatrizNasCo93) November 3, 2015
Who said that just because you have tons of followers online, an amazing blog and are a New York Times bestselling author, you are not awkward? Jenny shows us, once again, that she is just like us.
My face is puffy from laughing until I cried for three hours straight. NEVER CHANGE, YOU AMAZING PEOPLE. KEEP ON AWKWARDING.— TheBloggess (@TheBloggess) November 2, 2015
And you? What is your most awkward moment?