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chrisinhouston 09-08-2014 12:05 PM

I confess! Confessions and admission of horrible things you have done!
 
When I was 13 or so I lied to one of the priests at our church. I told him I was thinking of becoming a priest which I really wasn't I think I was just trying to make some kind of connection with him. He told me I should pray about that and study my catechism. I also began to make up sins when I went to confession because I really never had much to say.

Am I doomed to languish in Hell for eternity? :eek:

Lola Bunny 09-08-2014 04:49 PM

Make up sins just to confess??!? Hahaha.....Did you eventually confess to that too?

infinite monkey 09-08-2014 09:37 PM

I didn't do my homework.

I got mad at my mom, and sassed her.

I killed hobos.

These are the things I told my priest. Then I said 10 hail marys and 10 our fathers and everyone forgot about the hobos.

Undertoad 09-08-2014 10:50 PM

I can't confess the horrible things I have done. They are too horrible. Although nobody has ever died, or even suffered, or been changed in any much way, or even spent time in anguish,....



....no

Crimson Ghost 09-09-2014 12:05 AM

"Father, I once poked a badger with a spoon."

xoxoxoBruce 09-09-2014 04:26 AM

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I confess! Confessions and admission of horrible things you have done!
Only after the statute of limitations had run out. :fingerx:

Sundae 09-09-2014 07:16 AM

I have used family crisis as a way of getting out of a number of things: dates; overtime; actual workdays; rental agreements.
I didn't really feel bad about it at the time, but now Dads is genuinely in such bad health I feel a twinge at all the times I pretended.
Actually once it was Mum, because I needed Dad to come and collect me and load up the car.
Calculating much?

Gravdigr 09-09-2014 06:48 PM

I cuntpunched a nun.

chrisinhouston 09-09-2014 11:29 PM

A few years ago when Continental and United were rumored to be working on a merger I had stopped in at Continental's President's Club before a flight and was having a glass of wine and the bartender mentioned that if the merger went through he had been told that United would be changing out all the bar ware with new stuff. Well they served the wine at the bar in Spiegelau stemware which my wife and I also had at home. Very nice glassware, a lot like Riedel.

So for about the next 6 months every time we had a drink at the club while traveling we would just stick our nice glasses in a large carry on bag as we walked out and eventually get them home. Ended up with 8 I think.

Also, I took a lot of the silverware and use it for camping and picnics. I don't care, I hate the new United! :mad:

Aliantha 09-09-2014 11:42 PM

A bar i used to drink at used to have nice glassware. I admit to stealing a few from time to time. I used to justify it to myself by the fact that i was never one to smash glasses at the pub.

it 09-13-2015 03:04 AM

Do the confessions have to be acts? Well this is the closest thread I was able to find, so...

I love Nazi aesthetics. In Israel we have a holocaust memorial day, where all the media gets pretty holocaust-themed, especially at schools, and for as long as I remember my prevailing thought watching those old WW2 horror flicks was...

Look how cool those uniforms are! And even the swastika, and red and black make for such a beautiful combination. Don't get me wrong - The ideology is bullshit, the politics were fucked up, their actions were horrible and their intentions were worst, but god damn it they had a better sense of design then any modern army.


...I am a horrible Jew.

Sundae 09-13-2015 07:17 AM

I got 10 change from a 5 note a couple of weeks back.
I knew as soon as he handed it over that it was wrong, because I know I only had a fiver.
He was talking to a "regular" also in the shop, but he is an independent newsagent, an older man, and has always been perfectly polite and welcoming.

I visit him about twice a month (when I have money!) for the occasional soft drink, chocolate bar. He's open earlier than the supermarkets.
He didn't deserve my dishonesty.

footfootfoot 09-13-2015 10:05 PM

I used to like to steal coffee cups from weddings I'd been to, mostly because I was drunk.

I don't really have any confessions because I'm pretty open about my past, and my present is nothing to write home about.

Maybe I'll go eat sushi and not pay...

xoxoxoBruce 09-13-2015 10:38 PM

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I'm not talking till the statute of limitations is bye bye. :unsure:
I don't want to meet the limiting statue.

it 09-14-2015 01:21 AM

I am not talking either...

Until someone else brings something more heavy weight. I have shit I am actually remorseful about and people are talking about the time they stole from the cookie jar. I want to first see if there are other people in on that so it doesn't kill the thread and turn it into something that might otherwise be completely unrelatable to the community.


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