This may have been done before, and I apologize if it has, but I need a good laugh. What have you seen, or what has happened to you personally, that you either knew HAD to be embarrassing or embarrassed you at work?I bring this up because of 2 incidents, both of which involve the bathroom.Part of my job is to supervise stress tests, and last year, while waiting for the patients to get ready, I went to powder my nose, in the bathroom that was in the stress lab. Just about the time I sat down, my pager went off, they were ready. OK, I thought, I'll be out in a tick. No dice, it immediately went off again, 911. I caould hear the stress staff in the hall.."Where is she? She was JUST here! Did you see her?" So, being indisposed, I holler, "I'm in here!", several times, in response to the aforementioned queries.I then hear a voice say, "I think there's someone in here." And it was not one of the staff.I opened the door to find a patient waiting to use the facilities, still drying my hands, and rush to the stress lab with a red face, only to find that the doc had done the 911 page to be mean. I have yet to live that down, and now I am very sure to let someone know if I need a powder break, so that they know where I am.The second happened a couple days back, in the ladies' at my office. Dried my hands, hit the light, and tried to exit. What I did not know was the doorknob only turns a certain way. I made this discovery after I bounced off the door. After a good 2 minutes of fumbling and banging (I couldn't find the light switch to turn it back on), I managed to stumble out, only to see half the staff on the other side. And while I'm trying to be nonchalant, one of them says"So, Angelfire, how many CRNPs does it take to open a bathroom door?"Sigh, this is my life.I did manage to embarrass a poor little floor nurse (she is very new, just passed boards last month) without even trying. I had come to her floor to do a consult, and she was at the desk, holding some office notes from my office. She was talking to no one in general, and said "SIGH, WHERE does this mess go?!?!?"So, I answered, "Under consults, it's from us, and we're consulted".She sat there a minute, and blurted out, "You know, you know more than I thought you did!"Now, I KNOW that she did not mean it the way it sounded, and bless her heart, the whole desk just fell out. I thought it was hysterical, but she turned nearly purple and stammered "I mean about chart stuff...."God love her, she was so upset. She had no idea that I was a floor nurse for 7 years before I went to NP school. It was precious, and after I told her it was all right (she was convinced I'd be mad), now she calls me for everything. She's going to be a great nurse, and I love her to death, but it was so funny.Ok, y'all take over, I'm sure yours will be better!