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Tonight's the Night (00000410)
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2.7/5 (21 Votes)
I did not think even for a nanosecond that my life would become so miserable. It was all due to a single mistake, which I did. I agree that my mistake was no small. But even then, it is very much easy to forgive my mistake. The things I did not were not at all done consciously. And I am sure God knows that. I was in complete chaos; I did not realize my duties, responsibilities towards my family, and the world. I thought I must only do what I liked in the life. I did not think about my parents, who have worked hard endlessly, to make me lead a happy life.In my selfish motive to live my life, I stole my friend's laptop and mobile. Afraid of returning it, I threw them away. My parents paid the lost amount to them, but it hurt them and me. I will never ever repeat any mistake in my life. I did not think about how it would hurt my friends, if they found that I was a bad guy. I was completely selfish, 100%. Those made me do a serious mistake, which almost ruined my career. Yes, it nearly ruined my career. But again, by God's grace, I was saved. Even though I have let him down due to my actions, it was done during my unlucky days. Now God, I know I still am your favorite. I know you have forgiven me. You know that I have reformed. You know that I still deserve one more chance.


Posted on 02.05.2013, 06:31:46 CET
Made in China (00000327)
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3.0/5 (8 Votes)
I was messing around in my friend's bedroom with a rubber ball while she was out getting us lunch. Anyhow, She has a lot of delicate things in her room and one of them is this 150 year old china doll. I accidentally threw the ball and the head fell off. I was stressing out and shoved the head back on hoping she wouldn't notice. She didn't but every time I go over to my friend's house the china doll still has the crack where it broke off and my friend hasn't noticed yet.


Posted on 21.03.2013, 08:02:25 CET
Gifts for the yards (00000110)
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2.0/5 (73 Votes)
I, when I was about eight or nine, lived in this very Family-oriented apartment complex. However, I lived in the very back of the apartment complex, and my school bus dropped me off at the very front of the complex, and I'd walk home alone. On my way home, being the little douche bag I was, I'd go into people's yards, take their things, and put it in other people's yards.
One time, I took someone's stepping stone that had their kid's hand prints on them, and put it in front of a house a couple buildings away. Two weeks later, the apartment I put the stone in front of was vacant, and every other house in the complex guarded their things like it was golden.


Posted on 12.07.2011, 10:34:24 CET
Place: Lake Mary, FL
Hash brownies (00000381)
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2.7/5 (12 Votes)
Eight years ago, I went to a festival in northern Germany with a few friends. We had decided to bring less alcohol in order to bring more grass with us. It has a load of advantages: you have to transport less and you don't get headaches. Sadly a mate of mine was quite paranoid about grass and getting caught. That he was a law student and our driver also contributed to the worry. In the end we found quite a sophisticated solution. We switched to hash brownies, to eat for a snack together with coffee and cake. They were the perfect disguise and my friend accepted this eagerly. Scarily it happened exactly as he had predicted: we were almost there, near the Hamburg border when we were flagged down by the police. First our driver (the budding lawyer) was questioned. Unsurprisingly he was nervous which alerted the police. We were all made to get out of the car and our bags were opened and more questions were asked. In the end one of the policemen opened the cool-bag with the cakes and the hash brownies. We were all expecting him to realize the situation and understand what was going on. Instead he waved his colleague over and gave a patronizing little speech about the state of youth. The whole thing was topped off when he confidently, and without questioning, took a hash brownie and shoved it in his mouth with relish. Our looks showed him his embarrassing mistake. Straight away came an apology and praise for the mother who had baked the brownies. We were allowed to carry on driving and he wished us a good weekend. In fact what we don’t know what happened to the policeman, but I hope he was able to enjoy his trip.


Posted on 22.04.2013, 02:36:30 CET


Medical Attention (00000401)
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3.3/5 (13 Votes)
Every time I get sick, I [...]
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Posted on 25.04.2013, 11:43:21 CET
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