My brother and I put the garden hose through the window of our apartment building's ba<x>sement and tried to make an indoor swimming pool. We got the water almost to our knees before we got caught.
I bribed my older brother when I was about 12.<br />
I found some old modelling photos of one of his ex girlfriends and threatened to show his current missus if he didn't pay up.<br />
He didn't.<br />
I showed her.<br />
World war III.... ding ding ding. lol.
I shut a glass door on my brother as he was running through it when I was 5, he has the scar on his leg to this day
got pissed off at my sister, loaded up a shotgun and threatened to kill her if she didn't shut up, when I was 12 or 13
i vandalized my neighbors car......when the cops came...i denied everything....i was only 6....its one of those things that make me regret being alive...
I was just got back from school.. and need to go to the toilet so bad.... but end up uin my uniforms in front of my house... i said to my ma "the water fell off my uniform" my ma say "yeah,right."
i was about late 4-5 yrs old and was going for a walk from my house w/my dad & baby brother in the stroller we were walking to the gas station to get an ice cream. "Can i push the baby? 0:-)" i asked sweetly. my dad agreed soo... i pushed him, i pushed him & his whole stroller down the road, we just so happend to be at the top of the hill... which was on a rode that led straight down to busy traffic! whoopsies! Thank god for my dads lighting fast reflexes or my brother would have been a gonner! & so would i insted of just a whooping
Threw a rock at another kid and cracked his head open then ran home (eh he probably deserved it)
A series of prank phone calls one day when I was 11 years old.I am still amazed,just over 51 years later, how well I managed to pull it off,posing as an adult.I have shared the details with a few friends over the years,and they can scarcely believe it.
My Mom and Dad were great drinkers, they would go out on the weekend and really get drunk. One day, I stole $20 from my Mom's purse: I figured she was so drunk she would remember it. She did. And she panicked, and then I panicked. I announced that I had found the bill, stuck in the vacuum cleaner. How lame. It was obvious to her that I was lying, but she was so glad to get the money back, she never confronted me.