(Closed) Confession Poll: Choose all that apply.

posted 4 years ago in The Lounge
  • poll: Which of the following are you guilty of?
    Returning an item to the store after you used it or wore it. : (74 votes)
    10 %
    Stealing something worth more than $20 (at any point in your life). : (50 votes)
    7 %
    Lying to make yourself look smarter/richer/more interesting. : (135 votes)
    18 %
    Fantasizing about someone else during sex. : (93 votes)
    12 %
    Kissing a girl (only check this if you're not a lesbian or bisexual). : (110 votes)
    14 %
    Damaging someone else's property and not admitting it or paying for the damage. : (72 votes)
    9 %
    Dropping un-rinseable food but serving it to someone anyway. : (69 votes)
    9 %
    Cheating on someone and never coming clean. : (66 votes)
    9 %
    Spending money meant for bills on something frivolous. : (90 votes)
    12 %
  • Post # 3
    527 posts
    Busy bee

    @bunnyharriet:  I have never pretended that I drank more than I did.  I frequently have downplayed how much alcohol I’ve drunk!!!  Many times!  I always want more alcohol! 

    Post # 5
    7656 posts
    Bumble Beekeeper
    • Wedding: July 2012

    I faked sick at my husband’s grandparents house one time. Like not, “Oh I have a stomach ache” sick. He didn’t want to go home becuase he didn’t want his family to judge him, and I did because I HATED being there (there house was 86 degree of torture, no internet, and we had already been there for 3 frickin days). So I went into the bathroom, slapped my cheeks a few times, did some jumping jacks to get my face red, and then faked a cough (which was hard because it hurt so bad to fake cough). I laid on the couch and said how lousy I felt, and he was worried so he took me home.


    I did come clean about a month ago (this happened over two years ago). All he did was shake his head. 🙂


    Post # 6
    2069 posts
    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: February 2014

    omg i’m naughty :S

    Post # 7
    3417 posts
    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: September 2014 - Lodge

    I had sex with a married man once.  So not proud of myself for that.  I knew it at the time and didn’t care.  I’d had a huge crush on him, we flirted all the time but he was just a player and I knew it.  He tried to play it off like he was such a ladies man and he didn’t want me.  I just wanted to prove I could get him.  He was in a band with a good friend of mine and I went to the recording studio with them.  He and I ended up having sex in the girls bathroom.  Not gonna lie it was FANTASTIC but I shouldn’t have done it.  After we had sex that one time when I’d see him he’d flirt with me again and I basically let him know it was a one time thing, I got what I wanted and I was satified lol.  It was my way of being the pimp for once, I was 20 at the time and he was a older guy in his mid 30’s.

    Post # 8
    734 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: November 2007

    The two I checked were:


    Cheating on an important test (but it’s so easy to do with online classes! Wink) and


    Damaging someone else’s property and not admitting to it. However, I say this only because I accidentally tapped someone’s bumper when I was pulling into a very tiny parking deck (I was much younger, 16 years old)- it didn’t do any damage whatsoever to their vehicle or mine, so I just moved along and parked elsewhere. I felt horrible afterwards, though, so I wrote a note on the way out to leave on the windshield but they’d left by the time I was done.

    I honestly can’t think of anything else that I’ve done that is ‘bad’. I’m boring!

    Post # 9
    965 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: April 2013

    @mrshunnybunches:  Yep yep yep!  I never want to hear those 3 horrifying little words…”You’re Cut Off!” so I (often unsuccessfully) try to play it cool 😛


    Post # 10
    4049 posts
    Honey bee
    • Wedding: January 2014

    @stefanielovesjamie:  Oh, I’ve done the same with the bumper. I was in a parallel parking spot and lightly tapped my neighbor’s front bumper. I got out and couldn’t see any damage, so I just drove off. I felt soooooo guilty though. When I came back to the apartment, she had already driven off somewhere, so I just let it be then.

    I’ve cheated on tests loads of times in high school. I was in honors classes, and I’m telling you, honors kids know how to cheat the best. We’re clever and sneaky. In my AP US History class, my friends and I had whole cheating rings set up for exams. It certainly didn’t help that the teacher would occassionally leave for 5 minutes in the middle of the exam to go to the bathroom, but whatever.

    I’ve also kissed a girl… well, full on made out with a girl several times when I was in junior high. I don’t think that’s too unusual though!

    And I’m sure I’ve dropped food and still served it. I can’t remember a specific instance. I think I did with a burger once.

    Post # 11
    2485 posts
    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: August 2013

    Can we add a “none of the above” option?!

    Post # 12
    466 posts
    Helper bee

    Haha, great topic.

    I’m also curious about which of these people feel worst about. For me the worst one on this list was having cheated on a test – I have trouble living with that. My school had an honor code so it was easy to cheat, but a truly horrible feeling breaking your word of honor 🙁 Gave me new insight into the depths people can sink to when they’re really desperate – I only cheated in classes where I was likely to flunk the course if I didn’t.

    Post # 13
    7771 posts
    Bumble Beekeeper
    • Wedding: July 2010

    This is funny.  Long ago!  My dog ate my housemates ski goggles and I didn’t tell him.  (Again, it was years and years ago.)  He had a dog door (it was two separate apartments, stacked- a two flat- so we weren’t actually roommates, we both lived alone) and she would sneak in there and then I would find things in the yard :/  Mostly just toothpaste or a toothbrush.  She was nuts!

    Post # 14
    2254 posts
    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: October 2012

    @mu_t:  +1. Lol.

    Post # 15
    593 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: March 2013

    Yikes, I feel bad. I checked:

    Lying to make yourself look smart/richer/more interesting… I wouldn’t say lied but my last job was kinda LAME (especially for someone with a masters) so I made it seem better than it was.

    Damaging someone else’s property and not admitting or paying for the damage… Quite a few years ago, I was at the grocery store with my mom and it was POURING rain. We unloaded the cart and I ALWAYS return it to the cart return but it was far away and raining. No cars was near ours so I just left it out. Well, the wind was BAD that day and as we were pulling out, I saw the cart bag into a car :/ I should have gone back, but I didn’t. Never again, I felt bad for weeks.

    Dropping un-rinseable food but serving it to someone anyways… I do this my husband all the time.. haha but only because I know our floor is super clean. Doubt he’d care anyways.

    Spending money meant for bills on something frivolous… Opps.

    Cheating on an important test or assignment… I haven’t done this since High School but I did back in the day :/

    Pretending to have had more alcohol to drink than you actually had…. Stupid high school/early college days. I am not a drinker (haven’t touched alcohol in 3-4years) but ALL my friends in high school/early college drank so I’d have a drink and “pretend” to be drunk as them. Looking back that was SO stupid..

    Faking an orgasm on a regular basis.. I wouldn’t say a regular basis but it happens often. 

    Post # 16
    817 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: April 2013

    Well, along the lines of lying:

    When DH and I first got together, I may have been guilty of a lie or two about myself. I honestly didn’t think it was going to be serious AT ALL, so I didn’t see the harm in it.

    To this day, he still has no idea. I mean, it’s kind of awkward to tell him I lied, haha!

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