Telling Chick Norris that he shouldn't be so aggressive.<br />
(all ribs broken...4 weeks in hospital)
Never call Chuck Chick.
He's about to make it six weeks, for calling him "Chick."
Not as badass as Rorschach though! Hehe :D
why? it surely isn't that bad
I said this first. Be a sport.
Every bad decision every one of us ever made seemed like a good idea at the time!
Missing out on opportunities because I had to "think" about it!
I can relate to this one. My first fiance asked if I would marry her. I was taken-aback by the question and asked if I could think about it. I just needed to let the gravity of the question sink in. It wasn't a No ... but as it turned out, after our last hug I watched her walk away and never saw her again for over 18 years (and I did try to find her during that time).
My mom always told me at various situations that the same opportunity never visits twice. Of course I didn't listen to her -I had to find out the hard way :)
Starting the London riots.
Taking the decision to bend over and tie my shoelaces on a moving escalator<br />
not a very wise move...!
I kept myself hidden "in the closet". Now I'm glad that I'm out and I am proud. :)
Staying up late and answering questions on EP.
Making "natural" holiday ornaments out of poison ivy vines. Don't do this.
Hmmm...pretty much anything I did when I was in my 20s.
Strawberry creme filled oreos
Not going to Denmark senior year in college. Would've been paid for - mostly and I would have traveled in Europe and still have completed my education. Didn't know at the time that it was my only opportunity so far. Nothing wise in that decision! Anyone say, "idiot!" :-)
trusting my lawyer.....
You can never be happy if you've never been sad.
quitting high school
i let the dogs out
The day I decided to give into the pressure of marrying my now EX husband
uhhhhhh...here's a lil risky honesty...Had sort of but not quite numerous affairs...<br />
true confessions...there i said it
renting that house on Loomis St. with David. It was the stupidest thing ever. I lived in a house my parents bought for me to live in and be safe. I turned around and rented an older, (but cooler) house without even talking about it with them. I have been angry since my accident. It not only almost killed me- it took everything away and I felt I should decide where I wanted to live- I was (& still are) so tired of everybody making decisions for me. I just want to be the grown-up I always hoped to be (Im 43) but instead I live as a perpetual teenager- just like the last 24 yrs. since I got hit hadnt happened- and David....I went to the mental hospital twice in 1 month living with him--he was the worst man Ive ever met