When I was little, I told my four-year-old sister to shoplift a bag of lollies – and then I let her take all the blame. Look. It wasn’t my proudest moment – but who doesn’t have a guilty secret like that lurking somewhere in their past?
And yes – the answers were cringe-worthy and mostly hilarious.
ISCNU wrote: “Flexed and screamed “yooooouuuuurrrr MUM! ” to a high school girl at church after scoring on her in a friendly sports event… Her mum had passed away just two days before. She was with us to help get her mind off things. Gosh, I wanted to die. Guess what phrase I never say anymore?”
ErmyShinanigans posted, “When I was 4 or 5 I I told my sweet, loving mother that I didn’t love her before going to preschool. I remember her eyes filling up with tears; she looked so hurt” while OkayL probably never won employee of the month after this confession, “When I was a teenager cashiering at a supermarket I’d sometimes break a Kit Kat apart within its packaging if I was having a particularly shitty day”.
Some secrets were a little more serious, though.
Dem_Boyz, for example, confessed to burning his ex’s car: “Me and my ex girlfriend broke up and the next day she passed me in her car with another man in the passenger seat yelling insults out the window. That night I filled a bottle with gasoline and went to her house. Her car window was down so I poured the gas all through the front seats of her car, lit it on fire and ran.”