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Do u have any regrets in life that u wish u could rectify given the chance? I have 3 main regrets, 2 of which play on my mind all the time 1. I'm so lazy... The amount of opportunities i've wasted due to been lazy is shocking... Thing is i kno within myself i can do anything i wanted to.. My only limitation is myself.. Need to fix up tbh cos i could be in a much better position in life than i'm actually in :D 2. Never would have barebacked that girl if i knew she was so evil an wotliss... The fake pregnancy card she played afterwards was alot and my head was fillin with a bag of stress.. I'll never forget her as long as i live... I hope she's dead 3. Defo shouldn't have flopped whilst havin sex with this one chick who now lives in the ends.. Everytime i see her i cant help but laugh and feel embarrassed.. Its safe to say round 2 never occured... If i knew she woulda found herself a man, settled down and had a ute with him i defo woulda made more of an effort and made sure i got the chance to set the record straight while i had the chance.. But unfortunately my hands were tied by the first regret... She was so sexy :@ ....Anywho, share ur regrets.. Could be about anything or anyone

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Hmmm.1) I wouldn't have dossed around in my AS year2) I would have made Kings my firm and Manchester my insurance when I got offers from both Unis3) I would have pretended to my now ex best friend that I didn't like him back when he told me he had feelings for me4) If for some reason I still ended up at Manchester University I wouldn't have got with my ex5) I wish I saved my self for my future husband.fin.

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No regretsAnd I'm not even on some fortune cookie sh*t. It's just when you're able to use your mistakes as motivation to never let that type of stuff happen again they are truly a blessing in disguise.

One of the most common causes of failure is the habit of quitting when one is overtaken by temporary defeat. Every person is guilty of this mistake at one time or another.An uncle of R. U. Darby was caught by the "gold fever" in the gold-rush days, and went west to DIG AND GROW RICH. He had never heard that more gold has been mined from the brains of men than has ever been taken from the earth. He staked a claim and went to work with pick and shovel. The going was hard, but his lust for gold was definite.After weeks of labor, he was rewarded by the discovery of the shining ore. He needed machinery to bring the ore to the surface. Quietly, he covered up the mine, retraced his footsteps to his home in Williamsburg, Maryland, told his relatives and a few neighbors of the "strike." They got together money for the needed machinery, had it shipped. The uncle and Darby went back to work the mine.The first car of ore was mined, and shipped to a smelter. The returns proved they had one of the richest mines in Colorado! A few more cars of that ore would clear the debts. Then would come the big killing in profits.Down went the drills! Up went the hopes of Darby and Uncle! Then something happened! The vein of gold ore disappeared! They had come to the end of the rainbow, and the pot of gold was no longer there! They drilled on, desperately trying to pick up the vein again--all to no avail.Finally, they decided to QUIT.They sold the machinery to a junk man for a few hundred dollars, and took the train back home. Some "junk" men are dumb, but not this one! He called in a mining engineer to look at the mine and do a little calculating. The engineer advised that the project had failed, because the owners were not familiar with "fault lines." His calculations showed that the vein would be found JUST THREE FEET FROM WHERE THE DARBYS HAD STOPPED DRILLING! That is exactly where it was found!The "Junk" man took millions of dollars in ore from the mine, because he knew enough to seek expert counsel before giving up.Most of the money which went into the machinery was procured through the efforts of R. U. Darby, who was then a very young man. The money came from his relatives and neighbors, because of their faith in him. He paid back every dollar of it, although he was years in doing so.Long afterward, Mr. Darby recouped his loss many times over, when he made the discovery that DESIRE can be transmuted into gold. The discovery came after he went into the business of selling life insurance.Remembering that he lost a huge fortune, because he STOPPED three feet from gold, Darby profited by the experience in his chosen work, by the simple method of saying to himself, "I stopped three feet from gold, but I will never stop because men say 'no' when I ask them to buy insurance."Darby is one of a small group of fewer than fifty men who sell more than a million dollars in life insurance annually. He owes his "stickability" to the lesson he learned from his "quitability" in the gold mining business.Before success comes in any man's life, he is sure to meet with much temporary defeat, and, perhaps, some failure. When defeat overtakes a man, the easiest and most logical thing to do is to QUIT. That is exactly what the majority of men do.More than five hundred of the most successful men this country has ever known, told the author their greatest success came just one step beyond the point at which defeat had overtaken them. Failure is a trickster with a keen sense of irony and cunning. It takes great delight in tripping one when success is almost within reach.
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Should have applied myself more in school

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1) In terms of girls, I let alotta 'good ones' slip through the crack. I facepalm myself all the time when I think about the losses.2) I know its early and only been a week but I didnt think this through and shoulda went Uni in London.3) The good one that I have now I may lose and it will burn me forever, And I regret not putting in the ground work effort wise from early.4) All the times my darg tried to bridge the rift between the gang I didnt wana hear it. Didnt wana participate. Didnt really come together like I/we shoulda. Now that hes no longer breathing I wish I heard him out and it actually hurts, like I know my soul is bleeding.

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No regretsAnd I'm not even on some fortune cookie sh*t. It's just when you're able to use your mistakes as motivation to never let that type of stuff happen again they are truly a blessing in disguise.
One of the most common causes of failure is the habit of quitting when one is overtaken by temporary defeat. Every person is guilty of this mistake at one time or another.An uncle of R. U. Darby was caught by the "gold fever" in the gold-rush days, and went west to DIG AND GROW RICH. He had never heard that more gold has been mined from the brains of men than has ever been taken from the earth. He staked a claim and went to work with pick and shovel. The going was hard, but his lust for gold was definite.After weeks of labor, he was rewarded by the discovery of the shining ore. He needed machinery to bring the ore to the surface. Quietly, he covered up the mine, retraced his footsteps to his home in Williamsburg, Maryland, told his relatives and a few neighbors of the "strike." They got together money for the needed machinery, had it shipped. The uncle and Darby went back to work the mine.The first car of ore was mined, and shipped to a smelter. The returns proved they had one of the richest mines in Colorado! A few more cars of that ore would clear the debts. Then would come the big killing in profits.Down went the drills! Up went the hopes of Darby and Uncle! Then something happened! The vein of gold ore disappeared! They had come to the end of the rainbow, and the pot of gold was no longer there! They drilled on, desperately trying to pick up the vein again--all to no avail.Finally, they decided to QUIT.They sold the machinery to a junk man for a few hundred dollars, and took the train back home. Some "junk" men are dumb, but not this one! He called in a mining engineer to look at the mine and do a little calculating. The engineer advised that the project had failed, because the owners were not familiar with "fault lines." His calculations showed that the vein would be found JUST THREE FEET FROM WHERE THE DARBYS HAD STOPPED DRILLING! That is exactly where it was found!The "Junk" man took millions of dollars in ore from the mine, because he knew enough to seek expert counsel before giving up.Most of the money which went into the machinery was procured through the efforts of R. U. Darby, who was then a very young man. The money came from his relatives and neighbors, because of their faith in him. He paid back every dollar of it, although he was years in doing so.Long afterward, Mr. Darby recouped his loss many times over, when he made the discovery that DESIRE can be transmuted into gold. The discovery came after he went into the business of selling life insurance.Remembering that he lost a huge fortune, because he STOPPED three feet from gold, Darby profited by the experience in his chosen work, by the simple method of saying to himself, "I stopped three feet from gold, but I will never stop because men say 'no' when I ask them to buy insurance."Darby is one of a small group of fewer than fifty men who sell more than a million dollars in life insurance annually. He owes his "stickability" to the lesson he learned from his "quitability" in the gold mining business.Before success comes in any man's life, he is sure to meet with much temporary defeat, and, perhaps, some failure. When defeat overtakes a man, the easiest and most logical thing to do is to QUIT. That is exactly what the majority of men do.More than five hundred of the most successful men this country has ever known, told the author their greatest success came just one step beyond the point at which defeat had overtaken them. Failure is a trickster with a keen sense of irony and cunning. It takes great delight in tripping one when success is almost within reach.
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1. Regret not enjoing uni life like i could have. Went to some dry uni and some dry course where i couldnt socialise with my kinda people.2. Regret biting my nails from such a young age. They're all stumpy now. They could look better.3. Regret not being with someone that i liked from time ago. Had the chance so many times in the past, now he's got a girl. Pissed.

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No regretsAnd I'm not even on some fortune cookie sh*t. It's just when you're able to use your mistakes as motivation to never let that type of stuff happen again they are truly a blessing in disguise.
One of the most common causes of failure is the habit of quitting when one is overtaken by temporary defeat. Every person is guilty of this mistake at one time or another.An uncle of R. U. Darby was caught by the "gold fever" in the gold-rush days, and went west to DIG AND GROW RICH. He had never heard that more gold has been mined from the brains of men than has ever been taken from the earth. He staked a claim and went to work with pick and shovel. The going was hard, but his lust for gold was definite.After weeks of labor, he was rewarded by the discovery of the shining ore. He needed machinery to bring the ore to the surface. Quietly, he covered up the mine, retraced his footsteps to his home in Williamsburg, Maryland, told his relatives and a few neighbors of the "strike." They got together money for the needed machinery, had it shipped. The uncle and Darby went back to work the mine.The first car of ore was mined, and shipped to a smelter. The returns proved they had one of the richest mines in Colorado! A few more cars of that ore would clear the debts. Then would come the big killing in profits.Down went the drills! Up went the hopes of Darby and Uncle! Then something happened! The vein of gold ore disappeared! They had come to the end of the rainbow, and the pot of gold was no longer there! They drilled on, desperately trying to pick up the vein again--all to no avail.Finally, they decided to QUIT.They sold the machinery to a junk man for a few hundred dollars, and took the train back home. Some "junk" men are dumb, but not this one! He called in a mining engineer to look at the mine and do a little calculating. The engineer advised that the project had failed, because the owners were not familiar with "fault lines." His calculations showed that the vein would be found JUST THREE FEET FROM WHERE THE DARBYS HAD STOPPED DRILLING! That is exactly where it was found!The "Junk" man took millions of dollars in ore from the mine, because he knew enough to seek expert counsel before giving up.Most of the money which went into the machinery was procured through the efforts of R. U. Darby, who was then a very young man. The money came from his relatives and neighbors, because of their faith in him. He paid back every dollar of it, although he was years in doing so.Long afterward, Mr. Darby recouped his loss many times over, when he made the discovery that DESIRE can be transmuted into gold. The discovery came after he went into the business of selling life insurance.Remembering that he lost a huge fortune, because he STOPPED three feet from gold, Darby profited by the experience in his chosen work, by the simple method of saying to himself, "I stopped three feet from gold, but I will never stop because men say 'no' when I ask them to buy insurance."Darby is one of a small group of fewer than fifty men who sell more than a million dollars in life insurance annually. He owes his "stickability" to the lesson he learned from his "quitability" in the gold mining business.Before success comes in any man's life, he is sure to meet with much temporary defeat, and, perhaps, some failure. When defeat overtakes a man, the easiest and most logical thing to do is to QUIT. That is exactly what the majority of men do.More than five hundred of the most successful men this country has ever known, told the author their greatest success came just one step beyond the point at which defeat had overtaken them. Failure is a trickster with a keen sense of irony and cunning. It takes great delight in tripping one when success is almost within reach.
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Think and Grow Rich- Napoleon Hill
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1. meeting up with my ex before the current one during the summer, she caught man at a very unstable time2. i also regret ever involving myself with one chick who actually left me high and dry, took me a whie to kinda get over that which kinda spurred on the first regret3. letting a chick that was always around me in some form go grab herself a man while i was blinded by my situation4. pissing about wit education

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Hmmm.1) I wouldn't have dossed around in my AS year2) I would have made Kings my firm and Manchester my insurance when I got offers from both Unis3) I would have pretended to my now ex best friend that I didn't like him back when he told me he had feelings for me4) If for some reason I still ended up at Manchester University I wouldn't have got with my ex5) I wish I saved my self for my future husband.fin.
Llow it, you seen my thread. Got me all nervous now. :D
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LOL How old are you Brem?We were young + naive at the time tbh16/17It was kinda cool after but then I dated someone else and that threw everything off kilter. He wanted to rekindle years later but that didn't work either.Such is life.

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LOL How old are you Brem?We were young + naive at the time tbh16/17It was kinda cool after but then I dated someone else and that threw everything off kilter. He wanted to rekindle years later but that didn't work either.Such is life.
I'm 23 so yeah I would assume I am more mature than maybe you guys were at that age.Tbh if I hadn't have done what I did and tell her then I may have been bumping this thread with "this one girl I wish I told her but now she has a man".Nothing is worse in life than what ifs, so I've been told.This is still daunting for me though considering the carefree/casual lifestyle I have led in the past. But hey! I'm just learning as I go.
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3) I would have pretended to my now ex best friend that I didn't like him back when he told me he had feelings for me4) If for some reason I still ended up at Manchester University I wouldn't have got with my ex5) I wish I saved my self for my future husband.
No you don't.TRUST ME, NOTHING hurts more than not knowing. Nothing...
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My only regret is.....that I have bone-itis.

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3) I would have pretended to my now ex best friend that I didn't like him back when he told me he had feelings for me4) If for some reason I still ended up at Manchester University I wouldn't have got with my ex5) I wish I saved my self for my future husband.
No you don't.TRUST ME, NOTHING hurts more than not knowing. Nothing...
I agree with this.
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I regret my first boyfriend. Makes me angry the bullshit that i put up with and how i acted.I regret not taking my education seriously post 16.

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i have sooo many regrets but is not about dwelling on them jus move on

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I regret my first boyfriend. Makes me angry the bullshit that i put up with and how i acted.I regret not taking my education seriously post 16.
:D /I've done/missed out on some sh*t, but allow regrets, the learning curve has been deep.
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I regret my first boyfriend. Makes me angry the bullshit that i put up with and how i acted.I regret not taking my education seriously post 16.
:D /I've done/missed out on some sh*t, but allow regrets, the learning curve has been deep.
Shush! he's making me angry again that is all im saying. He's got issues.
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3) I would have pretended to my now ex best friend that I didn't like him back when he told me he had feelings for me4) If for some reason I still ended up at Manchester University I wouldn't have got with my ex5) I wish I saved my self for my future husband.
No you don't.TRUST ME, NOTHING hurts more than not knowing. Nothing...
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I regret my first boyfriend. Makes me angry the bullshit that i put up with and how i acted.I regret not taking my education seriously post 16.
:D /I've done/missed out on some sh*t, but allow regrets, the learning curve has been deep.
Shush! he's making me angry again that is all im saying. He's got issues.
:D I could've told you this, A LONG TIME AGO.Oh sh*t, man's still around? PMSL. It's nuts though, doesn't feel like it, but that was TIME ago. We're getting old, lol.
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SIX years ago. Crazy init.

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someone just drop track 14 of reasonable doubt so i can quote itautoplay

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