Walking out can be the best way to end an argument, especially when you imagine yourself looking good and sassy doing it. But sometimes, instead of saving face, we end up embarrassing ourselves more. Here are a few stories of how over-confidence can lead to super dyahe moments:

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“My girlfriend works the night shift so it’s only normal that she’s asleep the whole afternoon. I went to her place after work and it was a long day so I was hoping that she could pay attention to me, but she didn’t. I got a little upset and stormed off the moment she woke [up]. The only problem? The gate of their condominium was padlocked and I had to wait for her to open the gate for me! Nakakahiya! Muntik pa 'ko madulas kasi malakas ulan.
– Sam, 26

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“A friend of mine got offended while the whole barkada was joking around, when she stood up to leave, she let out a faint fart. Haha! Madaling araw na kasi 'yon, kaya rinig na rinig.”
– Jasmine, 31

“My boyfriend and I had [a] petty fight while we were at his house, so I took my things, wore my cap, and walked out. But the thing is, the gate was closed and the lock was far beyond my reach (I’m petite, BTW). He was watching me from the doorstep and I could feel the embarrassment creeping in as he snickered. I decided to exit [through] the back door but he told me that I won’t be able to reach the lock there, too! "
– Lana, 32

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“It was raining and I was super disappointed with my boyfriend’s insensitivity so mid-way his lame explanation, I walked out of the restaurant. It was raining, the floor was inclined – and well, you get the idea, obviously I slipped and fell on my butt. He helped me up though and we patched things up [after].”
– Maria, 29


Nag-walk out ako sa bahay nila, eh bago pa lang kami, so nawala ako sa village niya. I had to call him up for help AHAHAHAH sh*t olats. Kinain ko pride ko. Kaya ako mataba ngayon.”
– Stephanie, 27



“My boyfriend and I were at the mall, and we were arguing. I didn’t have anything good to snap back at him so I turned my back to walk out. May glass door pala sa likod ko, kaya ayun, nakipaghalikan ako sa salamin.”
– Rona, 25

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