Hey everyone, Jaiden here. So, I've been thinking lately about all the times I've embarrassed myself in public and let's just say there are a lot of them. Seriously, sometimes I wonder how I even manage to function outside of my own house without causing some sort of commotion.

Let's start with the time I accidentally walked into a glass door at a crowded mall. Yep, that actually happened. Everyone turned to stare as I stumbled back from the impact, trying to play it cool like nothing happened. But we all know they saw everything.

Then there was that one time when I tried to make small talk with someone in line at the grocery store and ended up talking about something completely unrelated for way too long. Awkward doesn't even begin to cover it.

Oh, and who could forget when I tripped over absolutely nothing while walking down the street? Classic Jaiden move right there. Of course, instead of gracefully recovering like any normal person would do, I proceeded to flail my arms around wildly as if that would somehow help me regain my balance.

And don't get me started on social interactions...I mean seriously why is talking so hard sometimes? It's like my brain goes into panic mode whenever someone tries to engage in a conversation with me and suddenly words become jumbled messes coming out of my mouth.

But you know what? Despite all these embarrassing moments (and trust me, this list could go on for days), at least they make for some pretty good stories later on. And hey, maybe one day I'll look back on these experiences and laugh instead of cringe...but until then maybe it's best if I just stay indoors where no one can witness my clumsy antics firsthand.

So yeah...that's just a snippet of why maybe letting me loose in public isn't always the best idea.