I never really cursed my parents, this is really off-limits here. But I remember one day, when I was pretty young, I don't remember why but I thought my father was being very unfair with me. I was so angry that I said him: ''Once you get old you are gonna need me, and I won't care about it in the slightest''. I think it softened him a bit. I don't really regret it...it's not like I could/can have an equal conversation with him. He takes the father role too seriously.
Worst thing I've ever done...I'd rather not mention. The impact itself wasn't significant, but it was seriously immoral.
A man builds. A parasite asks 'Where is my share?'
A man creates. A parasite says, 'What will the neighbors think?'
A man invents. A parasite says, 'Watch out, or you might tread on the toes of God... '
I can't think of many horrible things. Just a couple things that I regret more than I should.
Well, I did lead on an impressionable young girl and then never talk to her again despite hearing that I'd really broken her heart.
That made me feel guilty.
When I was younger I'd intentionally damage things around me for no real reason, no idea why, I just liked the idea of hurting people indirectly. I was an asshole when I was a child.
I was reflecting the other day...I remembered something I've done...its kind of not bad...just mean. I went to a psych ward once (those days are over, don't ask). I really, really hated my room-mate. So I looked at her while she was talking and I said. "Why don't you go get laids?" Which she didn't get why I had added an "s" to the end. Its actually very simple to figure out...all you have to do is take off the "l"
“There is a beast in man that should be exercised, not exorcised” – Anton Lavey
A lot of the things in this thread arent particularly horrible, in fact they're mildly rude and probably reflect the lousy social skills of their perpetrators or their age and stage of development, I seriously doubt that anyone would admit the truly horrible things they've done to others that easily or that it would sit that easily with them. There's the possibility of it being criminal, or at the very least making that individual a social pariah or outcast, while the internet has had a dumbing down effect I very much doubt anyone dimwitted enough to post about really horrible behaviour is going to be clever enough to log on.
Upon deep, honest reflection I am surprised to admit that the worst thing I ever did was 1) honest, 2) not regrettable. I told my ex, who was deeply in love with me and wanted to build a life together, that I did not love him and that I was moving out. Having to watch his subsequent meltdown and share the same living quarters in the months that followed until I could transfer job locations was... unimaginable.
For all the shame I habitually carry around like a rucksack, I'm surprised to discover this about myself. Thank you for positing the question Razzaberry.
"There is no god; there is only us. Savage and fragile."