The Blunders of a Bashful Man

The Blunders of a Bashful Man

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The Blunders of a Bashful Man by Walter T. Gray

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The Blunders of a Bashful Man

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d my boots have shrunk, and I don't care for picnics as a general thing, anyway. My clothes are shrinking all the time, and I think we're going to have a thunder-shower, and I guess I'll go."--and I went.

CHAPTER II.

HE MAKES AN EVENING CALL.

It's very provoking to a bashful man to have the family pew only one remove from the pulpit. I didn't feel like going to church the day after the picnic, but father wouldn't let me off. I caught my foot in a hole in the carpet walking up the aisle, which drew particular attention to me; and dropped by hymn-book twice, to add to the interest I had already excited in the congregation. My fingers are always all thumbs when I have to find the hymn.

"I do believe you did take cold yesterday," said mother, when we came out. "You must have a fever, for your face is as red as fire."

Very consoling when a young man wants to look real sweet. But that's my luck. I'll be as pale as a po

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(1881) Humor (debilitating Shyness)


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Mr. Flutter is bashful, I mean, really bashful.
If there is an accident,mishap or chance for embarrassment, that chance is waiting for him and the accident or mishap has his name on it.
Things never get better, just worse, and worse in a very humorous way.
It's unfortunate to be so shy, and it is devastating to be this awkward and bashful.
We can follow this unfortunate life, as he reveals it. And that life is surely best captioned as:: The Blunders of a Bashful Man.