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What is your biggest moment of shame and regret you have commited whilst being pissed ?

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What is your biggest moment of shame and regret you have commited whilst being pissed ?

yer mum

 

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awww c'mon it had to be done, shirley

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What is your biggest moment of shame and regret you have commited whilst being pissed ?

yer mum

 

:icon_lol:

 

 

 

awww c'mon it had to be done, shirley

 

 

my mum's not called shirley......

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In all honesty it was the night I found my fiance was cheating on me, went out, got hammered and verbally lashed out at my best mate over the phone; said some stuff that was entirely out of character for me and it's taken a long time for that to be forgiven

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In all honesty it was the night I found my fiance was cheating on me, went out, got hammered and verbally lashed out at my best mate over the phone; said some stuff that was entirely out of character for me and it's taken a long time for that to be forgiven

 

without being harsh, your totally not over this are you!

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Well son, a funny thing about regret is that it's better to regret something you have done, than to regret something you haven't.

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Well son, a funny thing about regret is that it's better to regret something you have done, than to regret something you haven't.

 

 

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Correct-a-mundo.

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In all honesty it was the night I found my fiance was cheating on me, went out, got hammered and verbally lashed out at my best mate over the phone; said some stuff that was entirely out of character for me and it's taken a long time for that to be forgiven

 

without being harsh, your totally not over this are you!

not harsh at all mate.

 

Nope I'm not over it entirely. It'll take someone a long time to sit down with me and unravel it all to be honest. It colours every relationship I have and it has darkened my view on the whole thing. :icon_lol:

 

But I fly in the face of such pessimism in "love" with a staggeringly optimistic view on life. :D

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Well I've done something heinous too.

 

A good mate of mine had his eye on a lass at work for a while and she him, as they would flirt quite a bit. We then had a leaving do for her soon after. I spent the whole night drunkenly butting into their conversations and then to cap it all I got off with her when neither of us were even interested in each other. My mate understandably got upset, and I flew off the handle and said some things that were totally out of character for me.

 

Was I jealous? He isn't exactly a looker, but he always got the girl. So it's the only reason I could think of why I would be like that.

 

About a month later we actually got round to talking to each other and he forgave me. He even had a short-lived relationship with the girl in question. But still now I still feel horribly guilty at times and even feel uncomfortable in his presence.

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Shagging my mates sister wasn't the most sensible thing I have ever done, especially as it was "him".

 

Your mates sister was a 'him'?

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"Him" as in the mental mate who can never handle his drink and does completely sane things like trying to throw himself out of his sisters car when pissed :D

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comig home whilststillllllllllllllllllllllllll semi sober !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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