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Things you regret doing as an adult
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I regret not taking a Police department and School to court for forcibly pushing me out of school for something I didn't do. Unfortunately the car accident that almost killed my mother was messing with me since it wouldn't of been so bad if I would of taken the extra time to reinstall the seat I replaced since the new seat didn't have matching safety restraints that allowed for the belts to buckle. She recovered, but is no longer able to work. Getting lonely and letting myself throw away thousands of dollars supporting single mothers that just used me, since I thought it would be better to find someone with a child already, since I would rather not pass on a genetic disease that causes blindness. Yea I have quite a bit that I regret in my life that leaves me bitter, cynical, and resentful of those that had their fun over my almost decade of celibacy because of my concern that I already had a child that turned out to be another mistake and the child was the dealers'.


You can still take them to court.

There's no expiration date on crime.
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pirththee wrote:

What is "questionable"?

Um something that makes you question why you did it is questionable :p



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1.) non-social. and poor social skills

2.) not having a life

3.) never doing a thing/anything


Oh my gosh you just summed up my life. At one point i was completely cool and whatever then something happened now i''m like "broken" to the point where I can't hold a conversation (face to face) anyways without my mind racing about all kinds of things.
I've diagnosed myself with "social anxiety" and the weird part is that I wish I could go back in time and have the even never happen to me in the first place >_<

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I regret attempting to rush language learning so bad I developed stress and health issues. It's been around two months after I had noticed them and the problems are still lurking.
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I regret going to college, such a waste of time and money.
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if only i can go to some more FUN and AWESOME and EASIER alternate universe
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I regret not taking more risks. Sure risks can result in failure but you seldom get rewarded for taking the path well traveled.
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I regret ever attempting to be an "adult".
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Actually there are time limits on what you can do about some things as lawyers have told me, but that's probably from me not having the cash to pay for my name to be cleared. This was back when the columbine shooting happened and I went from the quiet kid that was picked on the to the feared possible destroyer of hundreds of children. Getting a job with that reputation after being forced to drop out when no one reports to the school I newly transferred to that I was in the hospital for several medical conditions. Including the hospital its self when I asked them to, since I was not allowed to call anyone. I was on suicide watch for months from my inability to cope with how I was pushed out of town. I would love more than anything to of actually done something instead of just letting myself get stunned by all that life had to offer and getting ahold of lawyers right then instead of to late. Having to think about this really makes it hard to concentrate with how much it bothers me greatly, but being quiet is what let me get myself trapped in that situation. Yea I regret quite a bit and this has me rather shaken at the moment reminding myself of my ineptitude.
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kinga750 wrote:


Darkerthaneden wrote:

A few years ago I decided to get roommates.... between all the bills within 3 months they owed me $3,000 each I was working 80 hrs. a week to help pay off my car and instead I paid the deposits for the rents and 2 more months of rent along with gas, power, and internet.... And when I put in my 30day notice they would wake me up to call me a slut and a bitch and threaten to punch me in the face and stuff like that and they would also text me during work doing the same thing. I took them to court, won and I haven't seen a cent because with how the courts are set up... So I wasted more money to win money I will never see... Also note I was the only female and my roommates were both men. I will never get a roommate again. But I regret for how I became after that. I am a Nazi with money now. I won't even lend $5 unless I really trust the person, which might be 4 people.


If you have a legal judgement against them, as in a judge has ordered them to pay you money, you can make life very difficult. If they owe you $6000 combined it is worth a lawyer's time to go after them. They will usually just take 20-50% off the top. It's also worth noting that you can claim interest as well, potentially collecting more money the longer they dodge you. With a legal judgement it is easy to freeze bank accounts, garnish paychecks etc. This can often be done even years after the judgement. I suggest handing your case to an attorney that specializes in collections.


Yeah I was thinking about, but right now I don't have the money, time, or know where they live or if they even have a job... And it is 3000 each. So 6000 all together. I can hit there bank account but that is if I know what bank they use and they can get the money back if they say it for rent and bills or I get it taken out of there checks but I have to server it to there job and when they live in the same county as me they had no job... They have moved now and just more difficult. But thank you for the advice! I will look more into it. It had been almost 4 years since I got the judgement
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I REGRET NOTHING

I figure I do the best I can every day, and that's more than enough. Can't have now or the future without a past, even if I've made mistakes. It's part of being human.
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Em0SceneStabr wrote:


pirththee wrote:

What is "questionable"?

Um something that makes you question why you did it is questionable :p



Anamalous wrote:



1.) non-social. and poor social skills

2.) not having a life

3.) never doing a thing/anything


Oh my gosh you just summed up my life. At one point i was completely cool and whatever then something happened now i''m like "broken" to the point where I can't hold a conversation (face to face) anyways without my mind racing about all kinds of things.
I've diagnosed myself with "social anxiety" and the weird part is that I wish I could go back in time and have the even never happen to me in the first place >_<

It would seem that it is fait accompli and not questionable.

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