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Posted 12/6/15 , edited 12/6/15
was your mentor present to listen to that? xD.

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"I do."


lmao. i only laugh because i'm familiar with your other posts regarding your ex.
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Posted 12/6/15

Pendrick wrote:

was your mentor present to listen to that? xD.


Yeah, he was in the back of the classroom listening to my presentation. He didn't make any mention of what I said, and I gave the presentation again for his class the next semester so I guess it wasn't a big deal to him. Granted, he'd known me for three years so he was well aware that I'm quirky. I even gave him a text book called "The Manga Guide to Linear Algebra" for Christmas one year.
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I regret nothing!
Posted 12/6/15

Ranwolf wrote:


Urboistar wrote:


Ranwolf wrote:

Ah civilians, as a Soldier I only regret the things I never did. I regret nothing I did do or say.


What's your K/D?


Ah would you look at that, a smart assed gaming reference. Ya hardly see that these days.


Well at least it isn't negative, right?
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Posted 12/6/15
"Thank you" *to the usual non vocal ATM machine when withdrawing money.*
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Posted 12/6/15
"dude, watch this"
Posted 12/6/15

Urboistar wrote:


Ranwolf wrote:


Urboistar wrote:


Ranwolf wrote:

Ah civilians, as a Soldier I only regret the things I never did. I regret nothing I did do or say.


What's your K/D?


Ah would you look at that, a smart assed gaming reference. Ya hardly see that these days.


Well at least it isn't negative, right?


HA HA HAA! ur witty.
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Posted 12/6/15
Too many to count. One that comes to mind immediately is from a trip where me and some other kids worked for a rancher for a few days, and in exchange, he took us out horse-riding and camping in the mountains for a few days. One of the other kids and me hit it off pretty well, and i think we would have been friends, but I made a choice that I regretted, and kind of took it out on him. Not directly, and certainly not intentionally, but it kind of messed things up, and we didn't stay in touch after the trip ended. I've seen him once or twice since then, and the embarrassment just about kills me, although I don't think he's even upset about it anymore.
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i regrets some things i didn't say. i call a chick fat one time tho and got hit in the balls. she was HUGE tho. lol worth it.
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Posted 12/6/15

D4nc3Style wrote:

"dude, watch this"


LOL o the posibilities
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Posted 12/6/15

Urboistar wrote:


Ranwolf wrote:


Urboistar wrote:


Ranwolf wrote:

Ah civilians, as a Soldier I only regret the things I never did. I regret nothing I did do or say.


What's your K/D?


Ah would you look at that, a smart assed gaming reference. Ya hardly see that these days.


Well at least it isn't negative, right?


You crack me up man. This guy is always reminding folks he's a soldier. Even if he is at this point its damn near comical. Expecting him to bust out the Navy Seals shit one day.
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My first day of kendo practice ended horrible. When you finish a day of practice in kendo you do this ceremonial sheathing of the shinai (kendo sword) called sonkyo. I forgot to sonkyo that day and the sensei was yelling at me, "sonkyo! sonkyo!". However I thought he was saying thank you through his thick japanese accent (san kyu) so I kept saying "thank you" back at him every time he said sonkyo. Finally he said in a very loud stern voice, "NO, S-O-N-K-Y-O!!!". Finally my dumbass understood I forgot to sonkyo. I felt like such a racist douche and was so ashamed. I tried to say sorry however I quickly learned in kendo you never say, "I'm sorry". It is considered lack of conviction. My sensei yelled, "sumimasen ja nai!". Thankfully we're on good terms now and he see's me as family.
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When I was like 8 I said something really stupid to a person in my class and it made them cry.. I felt so bad
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My whole body was sore after sex, and she asked me "What the fuck is wrong with you?" referring to the way I walked, and because I didn't want to let her know that I had not moved my body much for two whole years, like the sob I was, and because it was very early in the morning and not many neurons were firing at the time, filled with shame and depleted of reason, I responded with... "It's my gangster walk." We never spoke again, after that, actually.
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One time after an award ceremony I saw my friend X-man and I went to say hi when I got there I saw he was crying and a girl I knew was comforting him. I didn't know how to react in the situation so I turned to girl and awkwardly said " I like your dress it's very... ladybugish.. " she gave me a look like I was insane and why I would even say something like that in this situation and said a simple thanks. I then turned around and casually walked away face palming myself. I found out later the reason X-man was crying that day was because his mother unfortunately passed away.
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