A bus, subway car, taxi, anything it is all gonna be terrible. You are not only ruining your clothes and the rest of your commute but also ruining everyone else's commute, and the driver is going to have to clean up your puke. You also have to wait until you actually get to your stop, which is uncomfortable since everyone will probably feel really bad for you (since you are living out every commuter's nightmare), yet not want to actually help you (because you have puke on you).
You are a guest in their home, a guest they trust enough to engage in sexual activity with, and you just threw up. You are going to feel terrible- this person could be your soul mate, but you just threw up in their bed. Hopefully, the person will be kind and decent enough to actually be somewhat understanding, and if they are, call that person back because they probably are your soulmate.
Potentially the worst feeling to have in class because everyone is gonna remember this. The other students and the teacher, they will all remember this exact day- I still remember when one of my friends threw up in class and I wasn't even in the class, I just heard about it, but I remember it like I was right there. Just don't let this moment define you, work hard, develop a "thing," and brand yourself born anew.
This is bad because even if you make it to the bathroom you are gonna have to endure every single person in the office asking, "You ok? What happened? You should just go home." In which case take the first opportunity you can to go home immediately. Work sucks and this is your silver lining, baby.
If you throw up on a roller coaster you not only ruin your day at the amusement park, but also the people behind you, which will probably be a child, so now your vomit has caused trauma to a young child. This will be very uncomfortable and you should probably apologize profusely to that kid's parents, but also know that this is a roller coaster and a lot of people throw up on them, so even though it isn't fun it's not too out of place and it's partly that parent's fault.
Puking on a plane can be ok because it is sort of a common thing to do, they give you a puke bag after all, but it is not ok because puke air is just going to be recirculated for the next six hours until everyone can get off the plane. If you can, get to the bathroom and do it there so that no one sees you, but if you do have to puke in your seat, just go to the bathroom after and brush your teeth like crazy. Your seatmate must be treated with respect as they also had to endure your vomiting.
This is tough. A celebration for two people and their bond of love and you blow chunks. If possible, turn this negative into a positive. Clink your glass and give a toast, mention how the beauty of their love literally makes you sick, and soon everyone will be rolling on the floor in laughter. Just make sure it is away from your vomit.
The food is ruined not only now, but forever. Regardless of what you're cooking, you won't be able to cook that same thing again because every time you try you will only remember when you puked into that food, even if it is your favorite food. This is a very tough situation, and it may have long lasting effects, but try and just use it as a positive- try brand new foods you have never even seen before, with, or without, puke in them.
This is how you become a meme, a viral video. You are on national TV for a split second, maybe a baseball game or interview on a man on the street show, and you immediately vomit. It is no fun, and no one wants to be, "the puke guy," but hey, maybe at least you can make some money off of it. Maybe get on Michael and Kelly and do a funny reenactment of the puke.