However many months or years back, I was sitting in the waiting room at the dentist. They all know I'm diabetic, I know I have the ability to excuse myself mid-cleaning should I feel a low (/high, for that matter). But just in case, I always test before my name's called. Just like every other time before, I waited until we'd been sitting for a while and did a finger stick: low.
Dentists (this is probably old news) usually make me go high, as I get nervous over the prospect of cavities (and also having to have them fixed... hate it!). But literally the second after I tested, the dentist called me back. I felt utterley ridiculous sucking down a juice box as fast as I could manage while they stared at me, and then running to catch up. I can only imagine the sort of things they'd be thinking about someone who drinks before getting their teeth cleaned (which is almost as bad as eating first!).
My second most insanely inconvinient low happened recently. I was painting a room, and during the rearranging of furnature, taping, prep, etc. I felt fine. The second I started physically painting? Low symptoms. I tried to ignore it, figuring I'd wait to see if I was actually low or just feeling like it. But I gave that up when, about ten minutes later, I tipped off the chair I was standing on :D I sat on the toppled over chair, the wet, painty wall with the print of an elbow running down it where I'd caught myself, and waited for somone to fetch my meter :D I was low about 3 times after that, though, during painting. But tipping off the chair definately made it inconvinient :)
Which brings me to my question: What is your most insanely inconvenient low?