Thread: Biggest Mistake Ever

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    • 9 years 7 months ago
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    Quote by Reaper



    I suggest you try Bingo night at the YMCA.


    Yes and the biggest winner will be me, walking away with two hot seniors.
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      • 9 years 7 months ago
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      Quote by hsmith98
      Quote by Reaper



      I suggest you try Bingo night at the YMCA.


      Yes and the biggest winner will be me, walking away with two hot seniors.


      Don't forget the hot tub.....er hot sponge bath. :oops:
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        • 9 years 7 months ago
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        Quote by Reaper

        Don't forget the hot tub.....er hot sponge bath. :oops:


        Hey they have to get clean before they dress in the jon cryer suit, who are you to judge me sheep lover!
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          • 9 years 7 months ago
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          Quote by hsmith98
          Quote by Reaper

          Don't forget the hot tub.....er hot sponge bath. :oops:


          Hey they have to get clean before they dress in the jon cryer suit, who are you to judge me sheep lover!


          Hey! There's nothing wierd about that, Its a comfort thing.
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            • 8 years 11 months ago
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            I'd have to say passing up this nice, sweet, cute guy that genuinely liked me just because I was afraid of what my friends would think. I wonder how he's doing now.
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              • 8 years 11 months ago
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              Quote by StillDontLikeYou
              Wow, great topic!! Lets see.... Spending more time with my mom who passed away from cancer a 3 years ago. Then I was at the age where I never wanted to be home to escape and ignore the problem, and now I wished I could of used the time partying and gettin messed up as quality time. Other than that, quitting on good jobs/bosses because I was immature, messing up relationships with childhood friends over stupid shxt, and many of other things. Either way, I have learned much from each of these mistakes, so while hurtful and regrettable, I now have a lot more knowledge and wisdom.

              That means you're a best person now. Good for you!
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                • 8 years 11 months ago
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                I wish I applied my self more in high school and not worry so much what others thought.
                Plus I wished the year 2003 never happen that was the worst year ever of my life.
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                  • 8 years 11 months ago
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                    • 8 years 11 months ago
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                    I would change nothing. I don't make mistakes! Ha! Just kidding. I don't think this site has enough bandwidth to list my screw-up's.
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