Graduate swiftly avoids embarrassing moment

Graduate swiftly avoids embarrassing moment

This has got to be the most James Bond thing done in real life...

A young woman setting her dress right as she walks in crowd
A young woman setting her dress right as she walks in crowd/TikTok Screenshot/@sara_santss

There are those moments in life when you wish you could hide under a rock out of embarrassment. 

Everyone has at least one embarrassing moment in their lives and if you are part of the special group who has yet to experience something humiliating, then you are super lucky. 

One young woman has made it clear that sometimes shifting what could have been an embarrassing moment into a smooth operation is possible. 

In a video that was shared on TikTok, a young woman who was walking down an aisle towards the front of a room for what looked like an awards ceremony can be hailed a smooth operator of note. 

The initial video that we came across says that it was this young lady's graduation, but we are not sure what she was graduating for. 

Nevertheless, in the video, when it is her turn to walk to the front to receive her certificate, she puts her hand on her thigh and realises that her dress got stuck and a large portion of her leg was exposed. 

She didn't break her smile throughout it all and kept her calm demeanour. 

Instead of freaking out, she swiftly removed the stuck part of her dress and it flowed back so easily. 

It was everything we would expect of a female spy like La Femme Nikita or Olivia Pope as the 'Fixer'. She was every bit the fixer of her own story here and we love it. 

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