View Full Version : I can't help it, what I did just keeps haunting me...

January 29th, 2008, 6:33 PM
ever had any lesbian crushes?

January 29th, 2008, 6:36 PM
I think I might have turned a girl lesbian before this one time o_O

In short, some girl asked me out, we went out twice, got into a fight, I broke up with her in..the most brutal way i could possibly think of, alot of meaningless crap was said, and I found out 2 weeks later that she was with another girl.

..and I was all like..Wtf? o_O

January 29th, 2008, 7:17 PM
Yes, I think everyone's ashamed of SOMETHING.

I won't say mine here.

January 30th, 2008, 3:03 PM

What I did wasn't even worth the punishment I had to endure for it later either.
I still regret it to this very day.

January 30th, 2008, 3:35 PM
Yeah, but I won't say it. It doesn't haunt me because I didn't really think about it... UNTIL NOW!!! >:O

Yeah, I'd be banned on PC forevar if I said it. IT.

January 30th, 2008, 3:41 PM
I think everyone has done things they're not particularly proud of, certainly. Most, however, probably won't be posting about it here. :P

I for one wouldn't really want to be posting things that "haunt" me so to speak out in public. Close friends, sure, I'd tell if they asked-- but here on the forum where anybody can read it.. nah, not so much.

I'd be really surprised if more than just a few people actually share their deepest guilts.

January 30th, 2008, 3:42 PM
Yes, I was being too flirty around one of my straight friends & he doesn't even want to talk to me now...

January 30th, 2008, 4:15 PM
I believe that since I can't change what I have done, it is simply shameful to be ashamed of it...

The past can only teach you of the things you have done wrong;
The future is when you avoid repeating such things.

January 30th, 2008, 4:24 PM
I believe that since I can't change what I have done, it is simply shameful to be ashamed of it...

The past can only teach you of the things you have done wrong;
The future is when you avoid repeating such things.

This person speaks the truth.

Hardly anyone will contribute to what this thread was actually made for, which is a pity, because it'd be quite interesting.

Midnight Beat
January 30th, 2008, 5:15 PM
Yeah, I have. And every time I think about it I almost get sick. It's not like it happened only once either. But I have promised myself I would never do it again, and so far I haven't broken my own trust.

January 30th, 2008, 8:03 PM
I've done a lot of things...

I left the book of stamps outside the register last night at work, and just... left them there...


I'm a bad, bad girl.

January 30th, 2008, 11:58 PM
There are a few things I have done/said that I sorely regret each and every day of my life. Everyone has their darkside I suppose.
To those who know my darker secrets I say "So what if you can see the darker side of me. No one can tame this animal I have become! Help me belive it's not the real me."
-Lyrics from Animal I Have Become by Three Days Grace

I do learn from mistakes like those however. Heh. One could even say that I fear doing anything I'd regret for the rest of my life.

January 31st, 2008, 12:17 AM
mmmmm, well I too did something....that if I went for it at that time instead of holding back....My life would really be different...

These days, I actually take risks, with no true fear becuase of that decision that cost me something dear...

January 31st, 2008, 12:21 AM
I got this idiot at my school expeled... Not that "ashamed" but i feel a bit bad..

I dared him to throw a brick at a window.. So yea... not my fault.. He shouldn't of listeneded to me xD

January 31st, 2008, 12:42 AM
The only thing that kept on haunting me is the time when a girl told me that she likes me... Those words echoed throug my mind every single day when I am in a quiet room, either relaxing or studying... Makes me go nuts.., and why? 'Cause I didn't said a thing and just left her there as if I never heard her stated those words...

Brrr... But I'm not guilty about it though...
But meh.., I can't recall my past memories about things I did that haunts me... Maybe because I tend to forget my past so I can have more room to store with my new memories... xD

January 31st, 2008, 3:45 PM
One thing that haunts me is so bad is that if I said it, many people on PC will lose their respect for me. It was that bad.

I'm sure everyone has a thing that they're ashamed of. I'm no exception. If I were to reverse the clock and prevent it from happening, I would. >.<

January 31st, 2008, 5:07 PM
I got one of my friends stuck in an alterative class for the rest of the year and now he hates me. But I had to do it because what he did was wrong.

January 31st, 2008, 9:37 PM
When I was little I went over to a friends in the summer to go swimming, but she was sick and her mom didnt want to watch me splash around in a kiddie pool. But I was young so I insisted. Then she said something I misunderstood as a yes, I went into their backyard and tore off the plastic sheet on the pool and jumped in. A few minutes later her mom and my friend come walking out the door. They freeze at the sight of me. And she starts yelling at me.
To make it worse, you could see their pool from my house, and dad comes along thinking I was having fun and playing. Which was obviously bad.
I dont remember what happened after my dad came.
But I was young so that had a big impact on me (maybe I was 8...)

I still feel bad o_o;

February 1st, 2008, 6:05 AM
Yes ofcourse, every friday, there's music class... I feel so ashamed -no, I'm not very good at acting- it's just that I've shown the side of me that's I actually trying to keep... I become too talkative! DD:

Well, i have no choice, 'cause well, everyone said i should speak more often o___o

February 1st, 2008, 8:03 AM
I stained the carpet in my room with an iron.
But that dosen't haunt me too much.....
The only thing that haunts me is that why did I tell my friend, that I liked this girl at school, I couldn't control my feelings....lol~


Sweet Smoochum
February 1st, 2008, 4:01 PM
I don't feel bad about it anymore, but... at the beginning of the year, our school was performing an assembly for drug and alcohol week. The theater society performed improvised skits for the juniors and the freshman. The skit that I was in, consisted of 4 other people and me. One person was the one who "died" for the skit, and my character had to be a real witch. The girl told me to be mean to her for the scene and told me a line that I should say. I took her advice and said it. The line was "you deserved to die." Saying that line made the juniors "boo" me when I was on stage. I'm honestly a really nice girl in real life. Why do unintelligent people just assume that since your character is mean, means that you are mean, too? When I went to my theater class, a girl who saw the assembly called me a witch. (With a 'b' instead of a 'w,' though.) I got over it, though, but it took a while. I told her that it was only acting and that she should just grow up.

February 1st, 2008, 7:45 PM
I can admit I've gone a few generally stupid and disallowed acts. Back then they didn't seem so bad, but now when I've given myself time to think some of these things over, they really are.

February 2nd, 2008, 3:48 AM
I have a lot of things that I have done that haint me.

I will tell you one of mine though.

Me and my friends were out and about. We went back to one of my friends house. He had free roam of his house during the weekend. We got a bottle of whisky out and I drank about 3/4 of the bottle. We each had a bottle. 4 of us out. My lady friend drank her bottle and we get into a fight and she hits me on the head when I had a killer headache and i was drunk. So I hit her back "gently" Or what i thinks gently but im drunk so I had no clue.

Thats one of my least worse. I wont say anymore.:<

February 2nd, 2008, 8:13 PM
I believe that since I can't change what I have done, it is simply shameful to be ashamed of it...

The past can only teach you of the things you have done wrong;
The future is when you avoid repeating such things.
You're right. You shouldn't be ashamed of something you can't change. Just let it go and you'll be a lot happier.