As Mr. Spock, Leonard Nimoy was committed to logic. But it seems illogical that he agreed to sing “The Ballad of Bilbo Baggins” in 1967. Over the years, I’m sure the Star Trek star “explored new worlds” of embarrassment every time he was reminded of the groovy psychodelic madness of this music video. As if the Moe Howard haircut wasn’t bad enough.
I’ve had my fair share of self-inflicted chagrin too. In hindsight, doing an interpretive dance in the middle of an Italian restaurant was probably ill-considered. That whole “kidnap the pastor on his birthday” stunt didn’t turn out well either.
What about you? Any personal experience with epic embarrassment?