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post #1 of 160 (permalink) Old 02-09-2009, 01:52 PM Thread Starter
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Harshest Things You've Done

Can be whatever to whomever. Relationship, friendship, family...

but one of mine was from a relationship I had in college. I was 20 and dating a girl for 8 months. We'd spent the entire summer apart and then she was going to spend the next semester abroad (though it was maybe 2 hours away). So I was having my doubts to begin with.

So she comes to visit me the first weekend of school and long story short starts talking about the future and says she loves me.

There was a pause on my end. And then I said:

"Um... I don't love you."

Not much more than that happened. I tried to stray away from the cliches, but damn, that's hard in those situations.

Anyways. What about you guys? I'm sure you guys have some horrible ones.
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When I was like 10 years old I got really pissed off at my sister so I went on the computer and wrote her a death threat on MSWord. My dad found it and whooped my ass.
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When I was 17, one of my friends had stolen an old-timefire extinguisher - the kind you fill with water and compressed air. It would shoot a SOLID stream of water a good 40 feet.

Mostly, we'd drive around squirting homeless people with it. When it's 100 degrees, most of them appreciate it.

One night, though... we came across a couple taking a horse-drawn carriage ride. The dude was in a tux, and the chick was in a SERIOUS dress. I'll bet the dress alone was a grand. So... I rolled down the window, grabbed the hose, and told my friend to press the lever on the extinguisher, and went to work drenching the two of them.

Part way through, the driver of the carriage whipped around to get my license plate. So, I gave him a good squirt in the face, and soaked him, too. Then I went back to the passengers, and finally sped off. I dunno what kind of event they had been to, but the chick sure was bawling as I sped off.

Defecato, ergo sum.


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when i was about 10 i was play fighting with my brother and he hit me in the nuts by acident and i kind of lost it and continuously jumped up and down on his nuts about 20-30 times

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i once hit my brother in the face with a penny from a sling shot, that one haunts me.
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I was dating a girl for about 8 months, never had any serious feelings for her, while we were going out her dad who she had never had a relationship with got in contact with her, they started talking on the phone and he invited her to go out to the east coast and meet him and his family for a couple weeks, she was hesitant about going but I convinced her it was something she should do because then she would know if she wanted to have him play any role in her life in the future, so we rarely spoke the week she was gone and while she was gone a girl Id had a long time crush on me opened up that she very intereted in me, as well my best freind who was dating my g/f at the times best freind had a very messy break up which ended up with his g/f catching him cheating and his g/f and the girl he was hooking up wiht fighting in the middle of the street in there underwear, needless to say I knew what my choice was gonna be, so my g/f gets back and I pick her up at her house to go for a drive, Im planning on breaking it off with her and want to do it on neutral ground, not at her house because I fear her two brother who have always hated me may take the opportunity to kick my ass, so as soon as she gets in the car she starts bawling about how horrible her trip was and how f***ed up her dad and his whole family was, she cried for a good 1/2 hour and finishes it off with "but at least I still have you" I freeze and dont even respond, I dont know what to do or say, before I could get a word out she looks at me and she knows, she starts crying and screaming at me about what an a-hole I am for breaking up with her like that.




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I freeze and dont even respond, I dont know what to do or say, before I could get a word out she looks at me and she knows, she starts crying and screaming at me about what an a-hole I am for breaking up with her like that.
wow. I wish mine was that easy.

Props for the nonverbal communication, though!
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I guess I haven't done anything too bad.

One that comes to mind is when I rejected a girl who asked me to the homecoming dance in sophomore year of high school.

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wow. I wish mine was that easy.

Props for the nonverbal communication, though!
Apparently you just arent leaving a long enough akward silence my freind.




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Apparently you just arent leaving a long enough akward silence my freind.
I guess not. How hard can it be to convey, "I know it's been 8 months, but I honestly see no future here. You're clearly moving way too fast and want to get married. I'm 20. No way in hell. No. And you love me? Damn. Um. Yeah... I do not love you. Sorry. All the best!" in a nonverbal way?

You've got it down, my friend. Call me grasshopper, teacher.

(and if you can get the whole "can we stay friends?" and other horrible breakup lingo in a facial expression instead of words... I'll pay you)
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