Thread: Biggest Mistake Ever

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    • 11 years 4 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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      • 11 years 4 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. ops:
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        • 11 years 4 months ago
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        Quote by Reaper

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


        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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          • 11 years 4 months ago
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          Quote by hsmith98
          Quote by Reaper

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


          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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            • 10 years 9 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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              • 10 years 9 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!
              life is an adventure everyday so...
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                • 10 years 9 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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                  • 10 years 9 months ago
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                    • 10 years 9 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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