well of course! Half the things I do wrong I only fear doing for the margin of possible outcomes that include me getting caught. Sometimes breaking rules doesn't necessarily mean it was the wrong thing to do. For example, I let some girls in from an opposing track team into the shed because they were freezing in a blizzard. Only our team is allowed in there, so I broke a rule, and yeah I was scared of being caught, but i know it was the right thing. If I were caught, I wouldn't be sorry for what I did, I would be sorry that coach had picked that very convenient time to check on us.

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Getting caught in a wrongdoing is never any fun! So, naturally, people are sorry when they're caught.

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People are very much like the children we once were. We want it all, but realisticly, we can never have our "cake and eat it too". I never realized what that meant. I still think it is unrealistic. Of course, If I have cake, I will eat it. People are always sorry they got "caught". Some are really sorry they did commit some error, but most are just sorry they got caught.

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You can finish your question in the "Edit" - additional text box.

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