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xPANCAKEx
2009-10-14, 08:58 PM
Every once in a while, we all do things which in the back of our head we think "man, you shouldn't feel good about this"... yet you ignore it through selfishness, happiness, or just plain old ambivilance

thread rules:
1) These must be things you've actually done... not things you're planning to do
2) Nothing trivial. Insignificant actions do not good story make
3) They must be LEGAL both in terms of the laws of your country, the US (where this board is based) and the boards code of conduct... bit of a no brainer - but needs stating every once in a while
4) If you feel guilty, you've kinda failed. No posting for you.

Apparently CE is alive and well

so i'll start
Today i joined another band. Im joining as replacement for their rythum guitarist. He doesn't know he's being replaced. I should feel bad, but i don't...

Thatguyoverther
2009-10-14, 09:28 PM
Uh... I can't think of anything that fits the legal requirement.

Arakune
2009-10-14, 09:56 PM
I should be doing my assigments. I managed to skip them for almost 4 hours. Speaking of it, I'm loggin off.

Dragonrider
2009-10-14, 10:09 PM
I get obsessed with musical artists/bands. Not stalker-obsessed, but memorize-the-wikipedia-article-and-watch-every-single-interview-on-YouTube obsessed. And my taste isn't always that highbrow, either. My two biggest obsessions are Barenaked Ladies and Cat Stevens, both of whom are fairly cerebral, but lately it's been Mika. In addition to wasting hours finding out about the singers, I also listen to their music nonstop and become obsessed with collecting their entire discography.

...:smalltongue:

I know. I live life on the edge.

Icewalker
2009-10-14, 10:15 PM
I tend to have an overactive conscience. I do have a friend who is a psychopath though, so he doesn't have any guilt.

Generally I feel guilty over things that I shouldn't, not the other way around.

Dragonrider
2009-10-14, 10:20 PM
Generally I feel guilty over things that I shouldn't, not the other way around.

I was thinking the same thing.

Phae Nymna
2009-10-14, 10:26 PM
I befriended someone online and posed as a 24 year old who lived in the middle of nowhere and continued to keep up the charade for a year and a half. I've recently apologized and feel much better.

On a more satisfying note, I totally wrecked a bastard who deserved it a few years ago. Have since then squashed it (bad) attempts at girlfriends.

Coidzor
2009-10-14, 10:27 PM
Hmm. I can't think of anything board friendly that qualifies either. :smallannoyed:

SDF
2009-10-14, 10:37 PM
Hey, I've been the person doing the band replacing before. Not the happiest moment when you tell your friend he hasn't progressed at all on drums in months. Luckily that wasn't for my band, rather one I was asked to start up.

Lodlampa
2009-10-14, 10:39 PM
Uh... I can't think of anything that fits the legal requirement.

I'm having a similar issue: I'm thinking too deep into the situations and I'm not a lawyer so I have no idea if what I did was legal or not. :smallconfused: Technically, I could get sued for anything I've done so that means everything is illegal. Why did you make this question so difficult? :smallfrown:

Solaris
2009-10-14, 11:05 PM
Uh... I can't think of anything that fits the legal requirement.

Heheheh. All of my stuff's legal under the law of war. Heheheh.

KataraAltinaII
2009-10-14, 11:08 PM
probably just the weird stuff I've told customers at Sonic (I work there, and so taking orders is part of daily routine).

funny crap, especially "welcome to hell, this is Lucifer, may I take your order?", but not stuff that I should be laughing at...

right? :smalleek:

arguskos
2009-10-14, 11:08 PM
Sadly, I can't think of anything that's totally legal either. :smallyuk:

KataraAltinaII
2009-10-14, 11:11 PM
Sadly, I can't think of anything that's totally legal either. :smallyuk:


oh... we can't mention illegal stuff?

glad I stuck with the Sonic stuff then... :smalleek:

arguskos
2009-10-14, 11:28 PM
oh... we can't mention illegal stuff?

glad I stuck with the Sonic stuff then... :smalleek:
Pancake laid down the law, and the law is no illegal stuff. :smalltongue:

Icewalker
2009-10-14, 11:40 PM
Actually that's more of a 'forum rules' thing, eh?

Katara, how've you been keeping your job with that? :smalleek: Just being really subtle about it?

KataraAltinaII
2009-10-14, 11:43 PM
Pancake laid down the law, and the law is no illegal stuff. :smalltongue:

yeah, just caught that. :smallredface:

but saying "welcome to your worst nightmare, this is Alice Cooper" isn't illegal--it's jsut weird, but hilarious. :smallbiggrin:

FoE
2009-10-15, 12:50 AM
I get this feeling whenever I watch Smallville. :smalltongue:

MethosH
2009-10-15, 01:42 AM
I need to say it! But I can't say it! The wrong person may read it! God damn it!
Oh... I shall write it in code!

TACO KY12 EGQJ DQGB LO53 HURS 1AQM IB53 WGSF 09KB
TLO9 GK91 FTNN Y913 TAMU S824 GS012

Oh... That felt good :smalleek:

karnokoto
2009-10-15, 01:57 AM
probably just the weird stuff I've told customers at Sonic (I work there, and so taking orders is part of daily routine).

funny crap, especially "welcome to hell, this is Lucifer, may I take your order?", but not stuff that I should be laughing at...

right? :smalleek:

Thats hilarious xD
I had a coworker at Safeway who did stuff like that. We were both cashiers- he would get a customer, smile at them and say stuff like 'the world is psychic' or put on a piker accent and move em through the till without another word.

Keld Denar
2009-10-15, 02:30 AM
I ditched out on a blind date once. The girl only sent me one picture, which apparently was very old and very blurry. She was wearing about a pound of makeup, was drenched in some perfume that smelled like my grandmother, and was probably about 100 lbs overweight. Worst thing, according to her plans for the date, we were supposed to catch a ferry ride for a whole day on an island. I ended up excusing myself to the bathroom at the pier, called my buddy and asked him to call me back in a minute. I walked out of the bathroom and as sure enough, my phone rang. I picked it up, and in a really loud voice said "What? You can help me pick my new couch up? Oh? You have time now, but you can't do it tomorrow? Sounds good, I'll see you in 30 minutes." I then, as gracefully as possible bowed out of the date.

I was hanging out with the buddy at some later point when she started texting me, asking how the couch pick up went. I told her it was great, and I was just about to become involved with some group "adult activities" with my buddy and his fiance, and asked her if she wanted to join in. She declined, and I never heard from her again.

I should probably feel sorry for her, and feel bad for lying to her and saying those things...but it still makes a funny story to tell!

Serpentine
2009-10-15, 02:47 AM
This, I think, doesn't involve any swear-words, at least, and isn't illegal...
I accidentally-on-purpose left a note calling my ex's new girlfriend a "bow-legged whore" in big scribbled letters on the kitchen table. It's kinda embarassing and petty, I know, but it just felt so... apt.

<.<

Hands up people who think less of me now v.v

Quincunx
2009-10-15, 02:53 AM
I prefer nicking the "Bury her in a Y-shaped coffin" line from Blackadder, myself.

While I regret leaving my ex-boyfriend the way I did, other people. . .entangled themselves in the mess. I couldn't've planned that outcome any better than the emotional train wreck which followed. Does being a catalyst count?


Heheheh. All of my stuff's legal under the law of war. Heheheh.

I'm impressed. Not only is my response verboten by board rules, it was actually too short to post.

Vmag
2009-10-15, 07:06 AM
Serpentine, you remind me of my wife :smalltongue:

I'm sure I've had several of these moments, especially when I was modding for a major game developer's official web community. Their new Community Manager was a bit of a flake, so I had to pull the weight to make things interesting on top of my standard staff duties.

Included:

-Playing with the censor tools so that all "members" became "banned", or something more hilarious.

-Censoring all instance of wildcard *, so that the entirety of the community became whatever inane phrase popped up that moment. A proud tradition that continues to this day.

-Banning perfectly innocent members indefinitely, with a stern ban warning detailing just how they deserved this horrible punishment and that they should never show their face around there again. Then unbanning them five minutes later, and watching their shaking hands type out how frightening that was in the general chat thread.


I had fun :smallamused:

_Zoot_
2009-10-15, 07:41 AM
Laughing when I watched a little year 7 get threatened with a detention because he was mucking around with the year 12s, he had been bundeled up in rope (as it was the 12s last day, it was all in good fun) but the school has a very strict policy, ONLY the 12s are allowed to take part in the fun. And thus this kid was left to try and untie him self until some one else came to help.

He cried!

And it really was EXTREMELY funny. :smallbiggrin:

...

I am not a good person.

Mauve Shirt
2009-10-15, 07:54 AM
Generally I feel guilty over things that I shouldn't, not the other way around.

Same. I was trying to think of a situation for this thread but I kept thinking "No, I feel bad about that."

GoC
2009-10-15, 09:20 AM
3) They must be LEGAL both in terms of the laws of your country, the US (where this board is based) and the boards code of conduct... bit of a no brainer - but needs stating every once in a while
The board rules are a bit weird... we can't talk about illegal activities and yet we talk about murder, vandalism and theft (with the occasional torture and rape thrown in) all day on the roleplaying forum.:smallconfused:


Laughing when I watched a little year 7 get threatened with a detention because he was mucking around with the year 12s, he had been bundeled up in rope (as it was the 12s last day, it was all in good fun) but the school has a very strict policy, ONLY the 12s are allowed to take part in the fun. And thus this kid was left to try and untie him self until some one else came to help.

He cried!
That's sick.

bosssmiley
2009-10-15, 09:37 AM
Link Related? (http://thesecretpostcards.tumblr.com/)

I have nothing that fits the criteria. Sorry. :smallwink:

Dirk Kris
2009-10-15, 09:51 AM
This, I think, doesn't involve any swear-words, at least, and isn't illegal...
I accidentally-on-purpose left a note calling my ex's new girlfriend a "bow-legged whore" in big scribbled letters on the kitchen table. It's kinda embarassing and petty, I know, but it just felt so... apt.

<.<

Hands up people who think less of me now v.v

Serpy, I love you. Really.

My ex's ex (uncomplicate that yourself) was a real slut-puppy. (My ex was bi, so her ex was a girl. No hate there.) She cheated CONSTANTLY, then stalked us for a while after we started dating. So I got a buddy of mine who works at the police station to dig up her personal info - photos, address, phone numbers, vehicle info, etc. I made a fake profile on...several dating, social, and "adult" sites. And was kind enough to share that info with the Internet world. Oh yeah, and I posed as her, popped online every now and then to chat with perfect strangers and tell them to call between 3 and 4 AM, when I got out of work at the strip club.

...and you know what? I don't feel bad about it at all.

xPANCAKEx
2009-10-15, 09:59 AM
some of you have failed miserably...

some of you however... PURE COMEDY GOLD. cookies and kudos to all of you.

Trai
2009-10-15, 10:05 AM
I befriended someone online and posed as a 24 year old who lived in the middle of nowhere and continued to keep up the charade for a year and a half. I've recently apologized and feel much better.

Really, that's not too bad. It happened with me and one of my closest friends. When I "met" her (we've now been friends for three years, only online), I was fifteen and she had told me and our group of online friends (acquaintances, to me) that she was sixteen. When she'd kept this up for about a year and a half, and our online friends had really just dwindled down into me and her keeping a really close friendship, she admitted to actually being only fifteen and that she'd been thirteen when we met, making me two years older. I was actually really proud of her for telling me the whole truth, and we've become even closer since then. So really, telling the truth was probably the best thing you could've done. :smallsmile:

Sipex
2009-10-15, 10:08 AM
There's way to many to count. I've taken on the life view that you can be a jerk and it's okay and long as you're okay with it. Hence I've stopped acting how people keep saying and just acted how I felt at the time.

- Laughing at holocaust, dead baby, other horrible jokes both online and in person.
- Making the above jokes myself.
- Gossiping, making fun and generally being petty about people I dislike with other people who dislike said people.
- Stereotyping about the above people and generally bashing the stereotype.
- Calling in to work 'sick'. Honestly, who hasn't done this?
- Skimping on important bills to be able to afford something I don't need.

Cobra_Ikari
2009-10-15, 10:30 AM
This, I think, doesn't involve any swear-words, at least, and isn't illegal...
I accidentally-on-purpose left a note calling my ex's new girlfriend a "bow-legged whore" in big scribbled letters on the kitchen table. It's kinda embarassing and petty, I know, but it just felt so... apt.

<.<

Hands up people who think less of me now v.v

Wait. I thought your ex was dating one of your friends. Who was a member of this board. *is confused*

KataraAltinaII
2009-10-15, 10:51 AM
There's way to many to count. I've taken on the life view that you can be a jerk and it's okay and long as you're okay with it. Hence I've stopped acting how people keep saying and just acted how I felt at the time.

- Laughing at holocaust, dead baby, other horrible jokes both online and in person.
- Making the above jokes myself.
- Gossiping, making fun and generally being petty about people I dislike with other people who dislike said people.
- Stereotyping about the above people and generally bashing the stereotype.
- Calling in to work 'sick'. Honestly, who hasn't done this?
- Skimping on important bills to be able to afford something I don't need.
oops. guilty as charged.

oh, and also playing the game Pandemic II. for some reason, watching the human race drop like flies i that game should seem evil, but for some reason, I'm addicted to that game.

Zanaril
2009-10-15, 11:13 AM
I once rickrolled someone.

To be fair, they kept sending me disguised links to a certain Harry Potter fanfic (http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/FanFic/MyImmortal?from=Main.MyImmortal), so I think my revenge was justified.

Kcalehc
2009-10-15, 11:27 AM
At my university Halls, all incoming mail was left on a table, for people to go check and see if they had any for themselves. So I mailed pornographic magazines to other students in semi-transparent packaging; which of course anyone could see when they were checking their own mail...

(note: senders and recipients and all persons with access to the building were 18+)

Sipex
2009-10-15, 12:07 PM
I once rickrolled someone.

To be fair, they kept sending me disguised links to a certain Harry Potter fanfic (http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/FanFic/MyImmortal?from=Main.MyImmortal), so I think my revenge was justified.

My initial reaction:

"So he's complaining about a bad harry potter fanfic, really, it's just a fanfic if he didn't expect it to be bad then what was he expecting?"

After reading only the tropes article:

"JESUS GOD MY BRAIN D:"

Lost Demiurge
2009-10-15, 01:13 PM
I dumped my third girlfriend.

Nice girl, sweet. Was somewhat obese, but I didn't care about that.

No, what got me was her lack of self-esteem. She would have let me walk all over her, and that bothered me. And I didn't see any way to talk to her about it, without making the problem worse.

So I told her "We gave it a try, but after weighing things and looking ahead, I can see that I don't love you, sorry." And stopped returning her calls.

I did the right thing.

Dvil
2009-10-15, 01:19 PM
Hands up people who think less of me now v.v

Hand firmly down.

I have nothing massive to post here (and so I'm probably breaking the rule about trivial stuff), but does it count that I find this to be quite hilarious?

Also, how scribbley were the letters? Was it obvious that it was you? If not, it's even funnier!

Mc. Lovin'
2009-10-15, 03:16 PM
My ex's ex (uncomplicate that yourself) was a real slut-puppy. (My ex was bi, so her ex was a girl. No hate there.) She cheated CONSTANTLY, then stalked us for a while after we started dating. So I got a buddy of mine who works at the police station to dig up her personal info - photos, address, phone numbers, vehicle info, etc. I made a fake profile on...several dating, social, and "adult" sites. And was kind enough to share that info with the Internet world. Oh yeah, and I posed as her, popped online every now and then to chat with perfect strangers and tell them to call between 3 and 4 AM, when I got out of work at the strip club.


Laughing when I watched a little year 7 get threatened with a detention because he was mucking around with the year 12s, he had been bundeled up in rope (as it was the 12s last day, it was all in good fun) but the school has a very strict policy, ONLY the 12s are allowed to take part in the fun. And thus this kid was left to try and untie him self until some one else came to help.


I ditched out on a blind date once. The girl only sent me one picture, which apparently was very old and very blurry. She was wearing about a pound of makeup, was drenched in some perfume that smelled like my grandmother, and was probably about 100 lbs overweight. Worst thing, according to her plans for the date, we were supposed to catch a ferry ride for a whole day on an island. I ended up excusing myself to the bathroom at the pier, called my buddy and asked him to call me back in a minute. I walked out of the bathroom and as sure enough, my phone rang. I picked it up, and in a really loud voice said "What? You can help me pick my new couch up? Oh? You have time now, but you can't do it tomorrow? Sounds good, I'll see you in 30 minutes." I then, as gracefully as possible bowed out of the date.

I was hanging out with the buddy at some later point when she started texting me, asking how the couch pick up went. I told her it was great, and I was just about to become involved with some group "adult activities" with my buddy and his fiance, and asked her if she wanted to join in. She declined, and I never heard from her again.

I should probably feel sorry for her, and feel bad for lying to her and saying those things...but it still makes a funny story to tell!


At my university Halls, all incoming mail was left on a table, for people to go check and see if they had any for themselves. So I mailed pornographic magazines to other students in semi-transparent packaging; which of course anyone could see when they were checking their own mail...

Well you guys are too awesome for words. Mine can't really be told on these boards, mainly because I'm terrible at telling stories through writing, but also, you know, the rules.

EndlessWrath
2009-10-15, 03:32 PM
My "friend" spent 3 weeks spreading rumors about me cheating on my girlfriend at the time (now fiance). She dodged me every time I tried to say hi or see her and find out what was going on. My friends started trying to talk me out of it and giving me help for a problem I didn't have. I got bad looks from half the people at my school, and wasn't even invited to a bunch of gatherings my friends had because of this. "Until you admit that you've been doing it, you can't get over the problem. WE dont want to let you get distracted by hanging out and we don't want to make your problem worse by taking you to parties."

...

I found the girl. I found out why she had been saying this. She was trying to join a group of friends and they spread gossip like A1 sauce...just can't get enough of it. She was making a grab for attention and she thought it'd be fun.

Mind you... I spent 6 years with this girl..who was practically my sister...I spent hours into the night helping deal with her problems, I threw her abusive step-father out the door, and I've taken care of her.

Lets just say.. I didn't take the news...very well. I tore her apart...inch by inch. I took her hopes and dreams, lifted them up and crumbled them. I took every little fault, every thing to feel guilty about and let the world crumble on her.

To my knowledge...She has not recovered. I do not get angry often, and I'm usually very forgiving...but when I do get angry it does not have good results.
It was not very gentlemanly, but I would not dare strike the girl. I'm still "friends" with her. I do not open myself up to her, but she still vents on me and I help her with her current problems. She had that one coming to her.

and you all wondered why my name was...

-Wrath

zeratul
2009-10-15, 03:41 PM
I made a joke about a friend of mine who I was with who then proceeded to start chasing me, and cornered me. I didn't know what else to do, so i kicked him in the balls (I was wearing combat boots at the time). I probably should have felt bad but I just thought it was amusing,his reaction was great. :smalltongue:

Thatguyoverther
2009-10-15, 04:00 PM
I think I have one.

A several years ago, I was at a friends house, and I was invited to have dinner with them. In the middle of dinner the phone rings and his mom asks me to answer it.

Figuring it was a telemarketer, I answered with "Hello, this is Fat All's Grease Barn. Would you like to try our double lard burger?". The person on the other end, said "Oh, I'm sorry I think I have the wrong number." and hung up. It was my friends grandmother.

I should have felt guilty, but it was too funny.

KataraAltinaII
2009-10-15, 07:44 PM
I once rickrolled someone.

To be fair, they kept sending me disguised links to a certain Harry Potter fanfic (http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/FanFic/MyImmortal?from=Main.MyImmortal), so I think my revenge was justified.

I read the ED article as well as the tropes one.

I would probably kill myself if I read the "fic":smalleek::smalleek::smalleek:

Prak
2009-10-15, 08:22 PM
I should feel bad that I advocate ruthless survival of the fittest, and think that, to some degree, people who cannot care for themselves are a waste of resources.

But I don't.

Serpentine
2009-10-15, 10:13 PM
Wait. I thought your ex was dating one of your friends. Who was a member of this board. *is confused*SOMEone hasn't been keeping up :smalltongue: Former friend, who made maybe one post on here. To be honest, I'd be quite okay with her reading the things I've said about her. Hey, she's cut off all other communication with me (well, I do have another, presumably unblocked, email, but whatever), if it takes the Forums to get her to listen... Anyway, have a look at my recentish posts in the Relationship thread to get a bit more on why I don't think she's a very good person.

Hand firmly down.

I have nothing massive to post here (and so I'm probably breaking the rule about trivial stuff), but does it count that I find this to be quite hilarious?

Also, how scribbley were the letters? Was it obvious that it was you? If not, it's even funnier!Very very scribbly, and in big letters, and hoo-boy was it obvious it was me. There was actually a lot more to it than that, that I wanted them to read (sort of ranting to myself, about what they were doing, why it made me so upset, and what they could do to fix it), but they only read the first page :smallsigh:

I also kneed a girl in the groin once. She was a kinda annoying girl, a year or two below me, who decided I was her friend. Eh, I can live with that. Then she came up to me, put her hands on my shoulders and shook me violently while yelling in my face. Without even really thinking about it, I put my hands on her shoulders and jerked my knee up. Hard. She cried, told the teacher, and I had to sign some thingy in case she had medical problems later (I don't really know what it was, but I can't think it would've been a legal document, cuz I was only about 15 at the time...).
The more I think about it, the more I... not so much feel bad about it, but feel sorry for her. It must've really hurt.

Cobra_Ikari
2009-10-15, 10:26 PM
SOMEone hasn't been keeping up :smalltongue: Former friend, who made maybe one post on here. To be honest, I'd be quite okay with her reading the things I've said about her. Hey, she's cut off all other communication with me (well, I do have another, presumably unblocked, email, but whatever), if it takes the Forums to get her to listen... Anyway, have a look at my recentish posts in the Relationship thread to get a bit more on why I don't think she's a very good person.

I only remembered up to your boy breaking up with you and getting with her soon after, and you finding out they were sleeping together and getting pissed off. I...don't remember being exactly sympathetic with you at that point. Or with this...passive-agressiveness. >.>

Coidzor
2009-10-15, 10:54 PM
So today I had a girl try to intimidate me by pulling my hair, punching just short of actually touching my face, and taking me by the head and putting me into uncomfortable positions where she could've crushed my jugular or something, I suppose.

So I just leaned forward and kisses her knuckles before she could draw back. It was quite amusing.

Plus, I think I should feel bad that I only served to make her more flummoxed, but since I had no idea why she was doing it anyway since she obviously wasn't in a mood to get charged with assault, I figured she deserved it.

Cobra_Ikari
2009-10-15, 10:57 PM
So today I had a girl try to intimidate me by pulling my hair, punching just short of actually touching my face, and taking me by the head and putting me into uncomfortable positions where she could've crushed my jugular or something, I suppose.

So I just leaned forward and kisses her knuckles before she could draw back. It was quite amusing.

Plus, I think I should feel bad that I only served to make her more flummoxed, but since I had no idea why she was doing it anyway since she obviously wasn't in a mood to get charged with assault, I figured she deserved it.

Behold, the power of flirt. =3

Trog
2009-10-15, 11:20 PM
Major breakups. Generally the period just before the breakup is a mess that most closely resembles trying to tip over a pop machine - it's got to rock back and forth back and forth before it finally tips over. And you know you should feel bad at the end when it is all over because, well, it didn't work out and that wasn't your original plan and all. But each time it has been really and truly over it's felt very liberating and a relief and very right. But I dunno, maybe that's how it's supposed to feel. Fresh start and all. :smallsmile:

Oh and I think I should feel bad at enjoying the phrase "Y-shaped coffin"... but I don't. :smallamused:

Coidzor
2009-10-15, 11:24 PM
I don't even get the phrase Y-framed coffin.

Or even Y-shaped.

Cobra_Ikari
2009-10-15, 11:26 PM
I don't even get the phrase Y-framed coffin.

Or even Y-shaped.

I assume they mean her legs were locked open. Either meaning she experienced rigor mortis while they were spread, or that she had them open often enough to make that their resting position. >.>

Coidzor
2009-10-15, 11:27 PM
I assume they mean her legs were locked open. Either meaning she experienced rigor mortis while they were spread, or that she had them open often enough to make that their resting position. >.>

Oh. ...um... They uh... They do quite a bit of things to get those corpses to fit. I mean, they'll actually saw the limbs off and sew 'em on differently so that with the funerary wrappings one can't tell.

Kallisti
2009-10-15, 11:32 PM
All those homework assignments...so many of them...I should feel bad for blowing them off, but I find it strangely liberating.

Pika...
2009-10-15, 11:47 PM
My little brother just turned 21.

I no longer need to buy him liquor.

I never felt bad, because I always made it clear "You're not going to stupidly drive are you?". And he and his friends even asked me for rides during their parties when they needed to go somewhere, so he's stupid for drinking, but has the common sense not to drive drunk.

_Zoot_
2009-10-16, 12:42 AM
That's sick.

To be fair it was the second time the kid had been warned.

Coidzor
2009-10-16, 12:52 AM
To be fair it was the second time the kid had been warned.

You mean, to be fair this was at an Australian school, right? :smalltongue: The small ones should be so lucky if that's the worst thing the big ones do to 'em, right?

BizzaroStormy
2009-10-16, 01:06 AM
Not sure if it counts or not, but while playing D&D one night, I was producing some silent, but VERY deadly farts and the DM kept yelling at his dog who would give him a "WTF?" look. It happened about 7 times before he put the dog outside saying "Thats it! No more wet food!"

Mystic Muse
2009-10-16, 02:14 AM
My little brother just turned 21.

I no longer need to buy him liquor.

I never felt bad, because I always made it clear "You're not going to stupidly drive are you?". And he and his friends even asked me for rides during their parties when they needed to go somewhere, so he's stupid for drinking, but has the common sense not to drive drunk.

I think this is illegal Pika. Which means against the board rules/rules of the thread.

Prak
2009-10-16, 03:26 AM
That's sick.

That's hilarious.

Prak
2009-10-16, 03:27 AM
I think this is illegal Pika. Which means against the board rules/rules of the thread.

I think the actual law on underage drinking is that minors cannot buy or transport alcohol, nor drink in a public place (with the possible exception of with a guardian's consent). So long as the minors were on private property, and a person aged 21 or older was buying and transporting the alcohol, then I think it's legal.

arguskos
2009-10-16, 04:29 AM
I think the actual law on underage drinking is that minors cannot buy or transport alcohol, nor drink in a public place (with the possible exception of with a guardian's consent). So long as the minors were on private property, and a person aged 21 or older was buying and transporting the alcohol, then I think it's legal.
Eh, these laws vary in minor ways from area to area. It's only safe to assume that we shouldn't be discussing it really, and move on. :smallwink:

Also, I remembered something I should feel bad about doing, but don't: I once glued a number of quarters to the floor all over my school. :smallbiggrin: Not dangerous, not even really a bad thing, just REALLY aggravating to a lot of folks, who really wanted those quarters.

xanaphia
2009-10-16, 05:07 AM
Omegle trolling.


Lying about my identity
Linking to a variety of bad images
General trollin'

Krimm_Blackleaf
2009-10-16, 05:31 AM
Oh you mean how I feel all day, every day.

...

Anyone wanna buy some slightly used kitchen knives?

KnightDisciple
2009-10-16, 06:42 AM
Eh, these laws vary in minor ways from area to area. It's only safe to assume that we shouldn't be discussing it really, and move on. :smallwink:

Also, I remembered something I should feel bad about doing, but don't: I once glued a number of quarters to the floor all over my school. :smallbiggrin: Not dangerous, not even really a bad thing, just REALLY aggravating to a lot of folks, who really wanted those quarters.

What about the janitorial staff, who surely ahd to clean that up?

Felixaar
2009-10-16, 07:24 AM
This, I think, doesn't involve any swear-words, at least, and isn't illegal...
I accidentally-on-purpose left a note calling my ex's new girlfriend a "bow-legged whore" in big scribbled letters on the kitchen table. It's kinda embarassing and petty, I know, but it just felt so... apt.

Of course, if you'd just called her a regular whore, all would've been forgiven.

Hmm, lets see...

Every time I watch Road to El-Dorado, my roomie and I make fun of the fat guy. It's fun, because he doesnt exist. Just comments like "How you gunna walk up all those stairs, fatty? Huh?" We do the same thing with the fat kid and the monkey in the Speed Racer movie.

Also, Im one of those people who makes random comments about other people in public places that would be kinda hurtful if actually said to the person and were serious (in this case they're more ironic and only said when the person is out of earshot. sometimes they're even complimentary.) For instance, theres a guy who comes into our store every now and then who despite being Asian looks a lot like Nicholas Cage, and I always point this out to people nearby. Or sometimes people will come in and ask "Can I get yaddayaddayadda?" and I'll think, Not with that haircut, bud. So, yeah, I have my occasionally catty moments.

Oh, and I play Destroy All Humans for about an hour or two, three times a week. It's fun.

Oh! And I love seeing moronic twenty-two year old's fall for Barney Stinson's latest ploy on How I Met Your Mother.

Moonshadow
2009-10-16, 07:43 AM
Constantly finding hew ways to harass people who have betrayed me, in a petty, spiteful manner.

Khanderas
2009-10-19, 05:11 AM
I go here while at work.
I read sexylosers and ghastly's webcomics and it always brightens my day (not at work though).