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~~~What is your biggest regret?~~~
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Posted 1/18/14 , edited 1/18/14
So yeah! Regrets suck

Putting the word "biggest" in the question makes it difficult to answer, because I definitely have quite a few. However, narrowing it down, it would be:

--not learning violin (I am pretty good at music, as I played piano, but violin just seems so much awesomer. Also, all my friends are in orchestra)...I feel like I could have gone pretty far with the violin.

--not learning/playing soccer; it just seems like such a fun sport that would keep me in shape. I really wish my parents had enrolled me in a camp or lesson or something, that way I could play on the school team, leagues, tournaments....

I guess to some people those regrets aren't really that major, but to me I feel like my whole life would be completely different.
Posted 1/18/14
Hmm...I have plenty of regrets myself - more than I would like to think about. But probably the biggest one would be not going to college right after high school and spending a good number of years as a NEET. Even though I'm back in school now I feel like I wasted so much time doing nothing. Sometimes I want to go back and punch my 17 year old self in the face.
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Not buying myself another energy drink!
Posted 1/18/14
My only regret, is not having any regrets. If that makes sense. I'm sure I have some, but I don't/can't think of the past. I broke my brain, so there's some memory issues. Ok, so I regret breaking my head. There we go! Oh, internet, you enlighten me once more. What were we doing? Hopscotch or something?
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25 / M / Kentucky
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My biggest regret is going to college. I wish I would have just gone straight into the workforce after high school. I would have been better off.
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18 / M / Canada
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I guess my biggest regret is rejecting a girl who liked me.She used to be one of my best friends but when I found out she liked me I began to distance myself from her.Eventually we grew apart and went our seperate ways.Every now and then I would see her in the hallways of my schoolcand think what would have happened if I did not reject her and she became my girlfriend. :/
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going to a really expensive school... the difficult major I chose... now i'm jobless and don't have a way to pay these ridiculous loans haha
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A friend of mine was really in a bad place after her father passed away and was very vulnerable I regret not taking advantage of that vulnerability cause she is smoking hot.
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25 / M / West-Central Florida
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I don't have the motivation to type it all out...
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The biggest regret is i click on this thread and posting this message .
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27 / M / Mor Dhona
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I have more than my fair share of regrets... being an inhibited person will do that.

That said, my greatest regret would probably be putting my faith in the goodness of people during my whole military separation. I had six months to change it, give or take, but wasn't made aware of anything definite happening until about two weeks out, and one of those weeks was spent doing a discharge class. Had I known for certain it was happening, or better yet been properly paranoid, things may have turned out differently...

So now I'm fighting a pointless fight to get my reenlistment eligibility code changed, which has an almost 0% chance of happening; even if it did, there's about a 0% chance I'll be able to reenlist in the current climate. All because I trusted people to have faith in the fact that 3 years in service would mean I'm fully capable of performing my duties despite a slight mental defect. And yet...
Posted 1/18/14
My biggest regret was not asking my father why he left. Its been in my mind for 13 years now and I guess I'll never get the answer to that
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saberfan94 wrote:

My biggest regret was not asking my father why he left. Its been in my mind for 13 years now and I guess I'll never get the answer to that


He was a god damn coward is why. Kick him in the balls if you ever see him again.
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College... I would have tried to study more.

Also talking to girls in high school, I would tried facebook and online dating more.
Now I at 26ish am too old to go on my first date.
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My biggest regret is that i couldn't properly express how much my sister meant to me. We fought all the time and now she's at college, so it's probably a bit too late to ask her to be my sister again. She's more like a "family friend" at this point. I don't want any responses with pity or anything like that, please. I posted because i was asked by the OP. Also, i want to say thank you to the OP for making me think about this once again, and keeping me on the right track! Thank you OP!
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