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Your Biggest Regret in High School
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It would be nice to have another shot at it knowing what a lazy shit I was, and how easy homework is compared to a job.
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attending Highschool. ;u;
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Not doing anything in high school
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Realizing my senior year I was not ready for the real world
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There was a guy who was my friend. He had a girlfriend who was jealous of me so she told him to stay away of me. But I didn't know she told him that until one day at achool.

On that day I was with my other friend and we were joking and talking with him, but he seemed mad about something. At one point I was laughing and he yelled "stop laughing! don't smile!". My friend thought he was playing but when I saw his face he was really pissed.

On the same day all the seniors had to go to the football field for a school photo. Me and my friend were laying on the grass enjoying our free time while he was standing next to us with his arms crossed still looking mad.

A group of girls came to talk to my friend, so for some reason I stood behind mr. grumpy while I listened to the girls talk. For one moment my arm touch his arm and he turned around looking digusted and said, "please, don't touch me". I got mad thinking I'm not gunna let him talk to me like that, so I bumped his arm on purpose. Then he swung his elbow foward and all the way back as hard as he could to hit me. My friend laughed for a moment thinking we were playing but she realized he really hit me and yelled "What's wrong?". The group of girl next to her looked shocked as well with a hint of worry.

I didn't cry or do anything, I was just standing there dumb founded. My regret is that I should have done something at that moment of silence. I should have kicked him in the balls or ponuce on him and hit him back or yell at him at the top of my lungs..... something! D:
Posted 4/4/13
I had a great hs life so I can't really complain. I wish I could go back. Those were the good days.
Posted 4/4/13
Letting people get to me.
Posted 4/4/13 , edited 4/4/13

madsoul24 wrote:

Just one question. What is your biggest regret in high school?


Not telling a select few people to 'SUCK IT!'. Hehe.


Sammy_Doo wrote:

There was a guy who was my friend. He had a girlfriend who was jealous of me so she told him to stay away of me. But I didn't know she told him that until one day at achool.

On that day I was with my other friend and we were joking and talking with him, but he seemed mad about something. At one point I was laughing and he yelled "stop laughing! don't smile!". My friend thought he was playing but when I saw his face he was really pissed.

On the same day all the seniors had to go to the football field for a school photo. Me and my friend were laying on the grass enjoying our free time while he was standing next to us with his arms crossed still looking mad.

A group of girls came to talk to my friend, so for some reason I stood behind mr. grumpy while I listened to the girls talk. For one moment my arm touch his arm and he turned around looking digusted and said, "please, don't touch me". I got mad thinking I'm not gunna let him talk to me like that, so I bumped his arm on purpose. Then he swung his elbow foward and all the way back as hard as he could to hit me. My friend laughed for a moment thinking we were playing but she realized he really hit me and yelled "What's wrong?". The group of girl next to her looked shocked as well with a hint of worry.

I didn't cry or do anything, I was just standing there dumb founded. My regret is that I should have done something at that moment of silence. I should have kicked him in the balls or ponuce on him and hit him back or yell at him at the top of my lungs..... something! D:


Wow, that guy is a complete jackass. ^ Sorry that happened to you. People (like your friend and his jealous GF) should not get into relationships if they're too immature to handle them, geez.
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I regret not hooking up with several girls who were into me but I was too shy at the time to do anything about They've since grown far less attractive in the last ten years...

I really had a good time in high school though so I don't spend a lot of time regretting things.
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I’m not going to have any regrets. The ones who will have regrets will be my idiot classmates, who in the future will come to the realization that they would have benefited from treating me with at least a bit of respect.
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My biggest regret is not realizing i was just like everyone else in a way and that im not wierd and and i can be relatable and i can relate to others haha. i wish i knew how cool i was. i allways thought i was an outcast. up until 12th grade then i started to turn up.
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thekevin4 wrote:

I regret nothing, what is done is done, regret does nothing for you.


Pretty much my thoughts as well.

On the other hand, I love who I am, and I'm pretty sure I always have, so from my point of view, even if I did have huge regrets, I wouldn't change anything. I could be a completely different person.

That said, I spent half my high school years in an online school, half of them at a community college. If I was going to change anything, I'd stay in better touch with my varying groups of friends, I probably would've taken more opportunities to attend community gatherings, or volunteer more. Lastly, it would've been nice if somebody smacked me in my freshman year, when I basically stopped doing anything creative (art, writing, music) because I didn't "have enough talent" for it.


trinkit wrote:

I’m not going to have any regrets. The ones who will have regrets will be my idiot classmates, who in the future will come to the realization that they would have benefited from treating me with at least a bit of respect.


Awesome.
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onioki wrote:

confessing to a girl with a letter.... you may not know this but letters can get passed around. /sigh

lol, been there dude.. i feel your pain.

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Being overweight. It wrecked my confidence and with teens being heavily influenced by society, ruined my social life too. I only had one date in highschool and ended up sleeping through classes and skipping a lot in 11th grade. I shaped up in 12th grade and was able to graduate, but nowhere near the top of my class.

I went through a lot of changes and depression in middle school, plus I had a single parent whom worked a lot of double shifts so I was usually on my own. Ended up using food as my means of escape and gained a bunch of weight. I luckily lost it all after I got out of HS and joined the military where I got in even better shape, but I really regret how poorly I took care of myself in school. I feel like my life would've been drastically better if I had been in shape.
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Shy-Anime-Guy wrote:


onioki wrote:

confessing to a girl with a letter.... you may not know this but letters can get passed around. /sigh

lol, been there dude.. i feel your pain.



Never happened to me before.

The only thing I would have hoped for, if it got passed around, would be comments like, "hey this guy has a nice writing style", and my response would be, "oh! why thank you!".
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