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You shat on her Justin Bieber poster because you adore her. She cleaned the toilet bowl with your toothbrush for the same reason. Tell us of the times true love has not been as true as it should

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(, Thu 16 Jun 2011, 12:56)
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Not done with any malice/evil intent
But horrible all the same. My mum occasionally brings up the following story of which I have no memory at all. When I was about 5 years old the front door was left open for a few moments and, as any energetic 5 year old would, I took this opportunity to run off like a fucking greyhound - straight down the garden path and out the front gate. Unfortunately no one noticed this though and for a while just it was assumed that I was in my bedroom or out playing in the back garden or something. When my parents eventually did realise that I was indeed missing, all of their worst fears began to surface. I was nowhere in sight. Repeated callings of my name from the front gate and knockings on neighbours’ doors turned up nothing. The panic button was pushed. The police were called. My mum was in tears.

After about an hour and half of my hysterical mum being comforted on the couch by my equally worried dad and a police officer, they got a call from the local hospital about half a mile away. But fear not, I was unharmed. Apparently I’d ran all the way there, crossing about ten busy roads by myself, turned up at the hospital and then just hung around in the reception area of the A&E department for a while until one of the ladies behind the desk realised I was all by myself and decided to ask me a few questions. In all I’d been missing for around 2 hours, which as you can imagine must have felt like a lifetime to my parents who had been going absolutely spare with worry the whole time. As I can’t recall any of this I have no idea why I decided to run off like that, but I’m guessing I just felt like going on an adventure. To be honest though I’m quite glad I have no memory of it as I’m pretty sure the bollocking I got following that little incident would otherwise still be ringing in my ears today.
(, Mon 20 Jun 2011, 9:28, 3 replies)
"I just felt like like running"
Run little forrest!!
(, Mon 20 Jun 2011, 9:37, closed)
Did you grow up
to be a lawyer?
(, Mon 20 Jun 2011, 10:23, closed)

(, Mon 20 Jun 2011, 10:28, closed)

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