Asking my second ex to have a relationship with me. (At the time, we both wanted a romance, and, well, we kinda started it.) . I knew she was going to hurt me in the long run. I should have listened to my instincts that were all antagonizing going out with her. However, nowadays, I see that it was a great mistake - and, now, I have the experience to say "Ok.... I'm a nut for honesty.... so, if there's any sugarcoating, there's the door.", for the next time I have a girlfriend.
soda-with-cyanideFeatured By OwnerNov 7, 2012Student General Artist
Being a complete idiot when it came about socialization, not knowing how to put up with bullies, drawing anthros (thank God I got out of that phrase before high-school) and generally being a little bitch.
In art class at school, we had that old-style PVA glue (it's now banned).
We used to have to scoop it up on a kind of spatula and then use it to stick things together, as you would do with glue.
Unfortunately (for me), I just used to let it go dry, then pick it off and eat it. It tasted quite good, and I was addicted to it for a while. Even during high school, where I used to sneak into the art studios and try it out.
I think it was the school glue that gave me my passion for drugs when I was younger.
II was like a mini drug addict when I was younger. I ate cough drops. Pretended to cough so I can get orange cough syrup which tasted like Crush and once I had this banana medicine and I would ask my mom to give ti to me //shot
mangagirl1603Featured By OwnerNov 7, 2012Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I did that too. There's this awesome medicine called Calpol that's hot pink and tastes of strawberries and sugar (although it's sugar free, genius) and I used to pretend to be ill so that I could have some of it. Unfortunately it's only for 2-6 year olds
i regret not accepting myself for who i am a long time ago, as a kid i got bullied alot and made fun of alot because i was fat, after a long time i finally realised they could only hurt me with their words if i let them, so, i didnt let them anymore i stood up for myself eventually, i only regret not doing it sooner, it would've saved me years of annoying things
when i was younger i had some physical fights with my brother that i deeply regret, and since then i've vowed to never physically harm any family member again, and i've kept that vow.
when i was younger i drew a "naughty" or obscene picture that my cousin got blamed for when my grandmother found the picture, and i stayed in the background and let her take the blame. i regret this.
i deal with these things that i regret and other things i regret by sometimes listening to a song called "Ship of Regret" by Nobuo Uematsu from the Xenogears Soundtrack (a playstation rpg game). the song makes helps me deal with deep emotions and come to terms with them. sometimes while listening i actually picture that i am on board a "Ship of Regret" in which everyone on it is solemnly tring to cope with things they regret and deep emotions, the song fades out into silence at the end, and thats when i see the ship fade into the distance on the sea. i think maybe one day i will paint a picture of this "Ship of Regret".
I regret being so timid and shy as a kid. I grew up overseas, alone most the time so it was hard to go to public school here. I didn't blossom into a social butterfly until college. I think the friends you make in grade school, or even high school are the strongest, most lasting bonds.