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Old 10-10-2006, 10:41 PM   #31
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All of you "ex" haters... at some point you saw something in your ex, you were together, perhaps even for some significant duration of time. And now you are apart and find yourself working overtime to put distance between you and that person. Why is this?

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My biggest regret: holding grudges. Does nothing but tear you up.

Awww, come on, I'm just kidding about the ex hating

but trust me when I say there are people that I have very strong negative feelings for regardless of my past with them, and I have my reasons.
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Old 10-10-2006, 11:59 PM   #32
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LOTS of things that i wish i shoulda, would, coulda....

there are honestly too many to list
as I'm sure there are with many of us.

I've been through a lot of crap and hell, I know there are plenty of things that I could have done different and had better results. But in the end those are all the things that lead my life to where it is now, the life where every day I come home to the woman of my dreams, the one person I've ever trusted completely, my soul mate. So every thing I've gone through and regretted, serves as a reminder of how to avoid making certain mistakes in the future and makes me cherish what I have now all the more so.


Although i do kick myself for not snagging that Grand National I had a chance buy
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Old 10-11-2006, 12:03 AM   #33
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letting boosty find where i stashed the last ford badge at NYBF
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Originally Posted by 1995BvSSE
[begin rant]

All of you "ex" haters... at some point you saw something in your ex, you were together, perhaps even for some significant duration of time. And now you are apart and find yourself working overtime to put distance between you and that person. Why is this?

[/end rant]

My biggest regret: holding grudges. Does nothing but tear you up.
True to all of the above.
My EX and I were together almost 14 tears and in the end she turned into a cheating,drug addicted little *****

She never wanted for anything and because i was working nights it gave her all the free time she wanted to do anything she wanted with no regard to how i felt.

Mine'* not a grudge,it'* deep seated hatred
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Well, I've got far too many regrets for a guy my age, ans I won't talk about most of them here.
I will say that I screwed over my parents pretty bad when I was a teenager. We got past it, we moved on, but I will always regret it.
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ex-hating is a perfectly fine past time.

of course theres something you saw in your ex at some point in time, otherwise there never wouldve been a relationship. but that doesnt mean the person you cared about remained that same person.
if that person changes who they are into something you hate, its fine to hate that person. moreover, if you find out that you never actually knew that person to begin with and they were lying about who they were - how much more reason do you have to hate them?

that qualifies as a regret, and as such, fodder for this thread.
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Old 10-11-2006, 10:44 AM   #37
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I regret wrecking the nice *** Suburban my parents bought me for graduation, I would probably still have it. But, they sold it after it got fixed and told me to buy my own car :(

I also regret punching a hole in the wall at the local wing place (which I still don't remember doing). A night in the county lockup will make you regret about anything I imagine.
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Oh yeah, I remember now. There was this girl back in high school, and I really liked her, I mean, a LOT. So we finally went out on a date, all went well, she didn't like the movie, because she was scared (saw 2), but that ment she got pretty dang close, so, that means she trusts me. I was all cocky and like, oh yeah, she'* all mine, and then I was talking to my friend on Instant Messenger (NEVER talk on IM drunk ), and I started talking about Emily, and saying she was my girlfreind and how we were gonna get married in a few years and all this complete BS that wasn't the least bit true. Now this kid, Henry, who'* a big a$$ (and a ricer, btw, haha), copied and pasted that whole conversation, printed it out, and gave it to Emily. It ruined my life for the next 5 months. I went into a deep depression, started hanging out with the wrong people, did some bad things, and actually almost got arrested. Then I made up with Henry, realizing that I would do the same thing to him, and I started getting out of my funk. I graduated, was accepted to Xavier, got a job, and got my car. and THAT is how my car got its name.
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Old 10-11-2006, 05:27 PM   #39
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i regret not staying in college and getting my degree in either nursing or occupational therapy.
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Parking on the street the night my car got rear ended. My trunk still doesn't shut right.


Nah seriously my biggest regret is not getting into the habit of reading the bible a lot when i was a kid. I still haven't gotten in the habit yet.
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