We had a thread about strange things like this once too--now this is REALLY freaky.zoobyshoe said:Strange and Eerie Coincidence? ...Now, a few hours later, I come and open General Discussion and see this thread. This is a bit creepy.
Really...what's the other forum?TheStatutoryApe said:Oh my... there's a thread similar to this on another forum I frequent. It got really bad. Some of mine were pretty bad too but I'll spare you.
:rofl:yomamma said:the crush only lasted when you thought you were family?? what kind of sick person are you?!
:rofl: :rofl:LeBrad said:In fourth grade, I stole my uncle Max's toupee and I glued it on my face when I was Moses in my Hebrew School play. ...But the worst thing I ever done - I mixed a pot of fake puke at home and then I went to this movie theater, hid the puke in my jacket, climbed up to the balcony and then, t-t-then, I made a noise like this: hua-hua-hua-huaaaaaaa - and then I dumped it over the side, all over the people in the audience. And then, this was horrible, all the people started getting sick and throwing up all over each other. I never felt so bad in my entire life.
Yes I did. They thought I was full of crap and stayed pissed off at me.yomamma said:did you tell them that it was a misunderstanding?
Uh, yeah, I think you should take that all as a good example of why you should be really careful about who you meet online!yomamma said:I got to page 9 of that...I can not continue... *shudders*
Ummmm... yeah that's why I didn't. I shouldn't have posted that link either.yomamma said:It amazes me that you can put virtually anything on the net. Some peoplpe shouldn't. and SA shouldn't really post his confessions here
I have never 'sinned'. That's a religious concept, and I'm an atheist. I've done things that I regret, and some that I'm ashamed of, but I have never sinned.matthyaouw said:You've all sinned.
Even to someone who isn't an atheist, I don't believe that gastronomic indescretion counts as a 'sin'.Evo said:I also regret getting the fetuccine alfredo at Fazolli's the other night. :yuck:
That seems perfectly reasonable to me. When I was a year and a half old my parents got married and my middle brother gave them "Champaigne" in a baby bottle with a ribbon around it as a gag wedding gift. They thought that the top of the refrigerator would be a safe place to stash it (the fools!). That was the same time that I ate my mother's tulips. My first and only vegetarian meal, washed down with a fine Asti Spumante.Ivan Seeking said:I started taking hits off the alter wine
An honest mistake that inadvertently results in a hilarious outcome is not a 'sin'.brewnog said:gravity took its course, and showered this Rolls Royce chap in about half a gallon of oil.
As well you should be. Being in England, you should at least have access to the Scandanavian (Swedish?) version, where they're naked and engaged in activities that are worth watching.icvotria said:Forgive me, I have sinned. I watched an hour and a half of Big Brother Live last night. I'm so ashamed.
Yet again, an honest screw-up that accidentally ended in injury. What an innocuous fellow you are.brewnog said:Oh, another one. I once tightened up the brakes on a friend's bike. Another friend then rode it, stopped a bit too quickly, and broke his arm.
In my humble opinion, they're all *****es. If they're not willing to listen to, let alone give credence to, your side of the story, then they're too stupid for you to waste your time on. Put a saucer of cream on the floor and let them fight over it.Soilwork said:That is the only thing I really can't stand and it has been a burden ever since it happened.
That's just bloody funny. He probably would have lent it to you if he'd known what you needed, but it's better this way.LeBrad said:In fourth grade, I stole my uncle Max's toupee and I glued it on my face when I was Moses in my Hebrew School play.
Blaming it on the dog is proper, but the original act could have killed her. Not good.LeBrad said:In fifth grade, I knocked my sister Edie down the stairs and I blamed it on the dog...
So what did they expect? That's like sending a 'sexaholic' to a clinic with female nurses.LeBrad said:When my mom sent me to the summer camp for fat kids and then they served lunch I got nuts and I pigged out and they kicked me out...
As a practical joke, that's priceless. The loss of comfort, plus cleaning costs and personal dignity of the victims probably didn't occur to you at the time, but it's something to keep in mind for future gags.LeBrad said:I mixed a pot of fake puke at home and then I went to this movie theater... ...then I dumped it over the side, all over the people in the audience.
Yeah. Sorry dude, but that really sucks. It's alright to use something like that as a reference, but you should put it into your own words enough to prove that you understand what it is that you're talking about. To me, what you did would constitute cheating.yomamma said:When I was in 6th grade I had to do a report, so I found one online, changed alot of words and used that. is that so bad?
My confession- I routinely stalk members of the yellow clique, stealing their better ideas where possible.zoobyshoe said:Strange and Eerie Coincidence?
Early this morning I hit the "New Thread" button after I'd already started the Famous People and Favorite Shakespeare threads, and I typed in:
"Confess To Father Zooby
Since tomorrow an engine may fall off a jet and knock anyone of us into the next life, I think it would be best if we took this opportunity to unburden our souls of that bit of mischief that we've been carrying around for years."
I stopped and stared at that for a while, but I couldn't think of a good example of the kind of mischief I was refering to to get people started. In other words, I was a bit afraid someone might blurt something really bad out, instead of the light, funny stuff I was going for. I decided it was "Better safe than sorry", and chucked the whole thread.
Now, a few hours later, I come and open General Discussion and see this thread. This is a bit creepy.