LOL... Jerry Aguirre confessed to me at our 20-year reunion that he regrets tripping me in junior high as I was coming around the final bend in a 500-meter race. He said he didn't want to lose to a girl. He didn't mean to break my wrist. (I've broken that wrist a few times since.) I didn't even remember it until he confessed. Maybe Steve has forgotten it, too?
You know what's great? One day when he's bored at work he'll google himself and see this and think, "That Mrs. F is one class dame."
Haley,LOL!! I was actually thinking... "hmm I wonder if he'll ever find this... perhaps..."Deb,At least Jerry tripped you for a reason.
I sent one of my best friends a nasty note in the 5th grade (and had turned the whole class against her), then lied about it to her mother. I got what I deserved when the whole class (of course we're talking about all of the girls - the boys couldn't be bothered with our petty dramas) then turned on me. I'm going to be 36 soon, and I still regret being such a "b" and a coward at the same time.amyp
Amy P,Isn't it funny the things that just stick with us? I'm sure I've done worse and yet this is one of those things I just can't let go. I mean I've been really embarrassed about it for the past 13 years.
I was going to confess something horrible I did in 9th grade to a nerdy girl. But I still hate to admit it. It really shows how much of a bitch I can be.
P.O.M.,Do it!! It might make you feel better. Plus now I need to know ;)
Oh fuck it.Ok - don't judge me. I was in 9th grade and VERY concerned about popularity. I (and my bitchy friends - I was not ALONE) wrote a fake love letter to this nerdy (and really heavy) girl. And she totally thought it was real. I think I've paid my karma already with that one though.
P.O.M.,I don't hate you.I may have been privy to something similar when I was in 5th grade... although it was a phone call and not a letter... damn it what was that girls name?!? Hmmm... this is making me think of other regrets... this could easily become a weekly feature ;)
okay i have to remind you that phil higuera hid in a giant pile of leaves and then scared the shitola out of steve higgs as steve jumped in. sure, it was our idea, but phil did it. i don't know why, but some people just lend themselves to this role in life. when that hall incident went down, it was the work of a greater force. i mean the timing, the precision! it was not you. it was The Force. god that was funny. sick but funny.
I am cracking up over the confessions. I can't even go down that path, because I'm such an awful person that it would just get embarrassing.
MegO,LOL... I forgot about the leaves. God that was funny.It's true about the timing of trip though... it was almost like it was happening in slow motion.
This would be a very fun weekly feature!
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