mildly guilty confessions thread.

Okay I guess I have a confession.

I hate hypocrisy in others, but I can be a total hypocrite when it comes to some minor things (which is hypocritical in itself... hmm). Like drinking out of the juice jug from the fridge - I think it's gross when anyone else does it, but occasionally I am too lazy to get a cup and wash it after.

Or sometimes I'll break a piece of cheese off the block with my hands instead of slicing it with a knife. Terrible, I know. At least I don't do the same with the butter :p

I'm sorry. I'll try to mend my hypocritical ways :sad:
 
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That's natural. No need to feel guilty about that. I remember feeling that same way. I mean I still do sometimes, but it does seem worse when you're a virgin because you're so curious.
Yes, you're right. My curiosity about it causes my imagination to run wild at times. It can be distracting sometimes, but I do have to admit, thinking about it can also be pretty enjoyable :giggle:.
 
I confess to drinking a couple or three little airplane-size bottles of vodka before work the other day in my vehicle in the parking lot. I know, I know, I had problems with booze in the past and all that but I just really needed to knock the edge off the day and it was just a one-time thing. Besides, the first hour or so of my work day don't involve actually running heavy machinery so I wasn't being unsafe.
 
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I confess to drinking a couple or three little airplane-size bottles of vodka before work the other day in my vehicle in the parking lot. I know, I know, I had problems with booze in the past and all that but I just really needed to knock the edge off the day and it was just a one-time thing. Besides, the first hour or so of my work day don't involve actually running heavy machinery so I wasn't being unsafe.
I considered doing that before class. I know that can lead to alcoholism but one of my classes makes me so anxious that I really did consider it. Made a plan to go into a bathroom stall and chug right before. The only problem is, I'd be afraid someone would smell it on me, and that makes me paranoid. I only planned on having one drink, but even then... And if I got caught (somehow), drinking on campus is worthy of expulsion. It's tempting, but I haven't done it... yet.
 
I'm not trying to be a hypocrite but i hope you don't. "Yes, it takes the edge off. Yes, its easier to get along with people. Yes, we're more calm. But think of what could be lost if somebody found out." That was me scolding myself for doing it and talking about it and putting that seed in your mind. I apologize. I shouldn't have spoke of that please don't follow my bad example.

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nodejesque

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I confess to looking up someone on facebook, whom I shouldn't have. I was just curious.... and I Found them. I feel a relief, knowing they look happy.
 
I'm not trying to be a hypocrite but i hope you don't. "Yes, it takes the edge off. Yes, its easier to get along with people. Yes, we're more calm. But think of what could be lost if somebody found out." That was me scolding myself for doing it and talking about it and putting that seed in your mind. I apologize. I shouldn't have spoke of that please don't follow my bad example.

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Oh, well I was considering it long beforw you made that post, so you didn't influence me or anything.
 

bcsr

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When I make a peanut butter sandwich, I always scoop out one extra spoonful of peanut butter and eat that shit right off the spoon before I put everything away.
 

jaim38

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I would like to attend this ladies' night out, but I'm conflicted. I want to attend to practice my communication skills, i.e. speaking off the cuff, as well as get to know the other members. But, I'm feeling kinda guilty because I'm unemployed. I already spent money on club membership fees and gas every week. Dinner costs at least $10, not including tax. I'm sure I can go, but not frequently. My mom tried to make me feel bad for joining the club. She says I should go to church instead. When I told her about the ladies night out, she freaked out. She told me that people might try to poison my food!

I am beginning to see things in perspective. No wonder I turned out the way I was and fell so hard into depression.
 

dottie

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Not mildly... Just... guilty.

So, I was at the grocery store the other day and waited in line for about 15 minutes before they rang up my sandwich. After leaving the store, I noticed I was double-charged so I walked back to the store, to customer service to get a refund. I stood in this line for 10 minutes and at this point I was starting to get angry for waiting so long. But then I noticed a screech and a bike down outside the nearby door. At first I thought maybe a car hit him but then someone yelled, "He's having a seizure, call 911!" People were standing around him. I feel guilty for not leaving my place in line... My reasoning was:

1. People were around him already, what more could I do?
2. It's a seizure, you can't really do anything, right? They just have to ride it out.

At the same time, I feel like I should have gone over there... I don't know what I could have possibly done to help when he was already surrounded by people... I guess I feel guilty for not wanting to give up my place in line. Ugh. I hope he is OK. He sat up, came to, and the ambulance showed up so I think he is OK.
 
Not mildly... Just... guilty.

So, I was at the grocery store the other day and waited in line for about 15 minutes before they rang up my sandwich. After leaving the store, I noticed I was double-charged so I walked back to the store, to customer service to get a refund. I stood in this line for 10 minutes and at this point I was starting to get angry for waiting so long. But then I noticed a screech and a bike down outside the nearby door. At first I thought maybe a car hit him but then someone yelled, "He's having a seizure, call 911!" People were standing around him. I feel guilty for not leaving my place in line... My reasoning was:

1. People were around him already, what more could I do?
2. It's a seizure, you can't really do anything, right? They just have to ride it out.

At the same time, I feel like I should have gone over there... I don't know what I could have possibly done to help when he was already surrounded by people... I guess I feel guilty for not wanting to give up my place in line. Ugh. I hope he is OK. He sat up, came to, and the ambulance showed up so I think he is OK.
If you didn't know what to do and some people were already with him then you did the right thing. Nothing worse than a huge gawking crowd on an emergency scene. Thank you for not being a lemming and following the crowd.
 

dottie

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If you didn't know what to do and some people were already with him then you did the right thing. Nothing worse than a huge gawking crowd on an emergency scene. Thank you for not being a lemming and following the crowd.
Thanks, this does make me feel a little better.
 
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