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Seanonymous Seanonymous 41-45, M 10 Answers Jan 30, 2013 in Community

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I expected to hear that one, sorry!

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What do you mean? You expected that one from me?

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No, just in general.

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''Yeah I will give you another chance''

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"I hate you!", spoke teenaged Me to my mom, who was only looking out for me. <br />
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That was many years ago, but I regret speaking those words to this day.

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I love you

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I'll buy the next round of drinks.

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I called my dad stupid when I was a teenager.

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I wish I could take back an entire time period of dialog that I had with myself.

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Wow, that is tough. probably many things but the one that bothers me is when I was young and stupid I was talking with some guys <br />
at lunch and (this was 50 years ago) and I said something about Black people being lazy and there was a black guy in the lunch room, I didn't realize it and he heard me. Of course he worked there and I immediately realized how stupid and wrong that remark was. He didn't say anything, he was a very nice person, and I wanted to crawl away. I always wish I could sincerely apologize to him. thanks for the oppurtunity to say this but I still don't feel any better about it. It did make me think about the stereotypes I was hearing at the time and I think it woke me up about it so in the end it was helpful to my growing up.

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