Imagine that as soon as you die, a movie immediately starts playing of your whole entire life. What parts do you cringe most at?

Imagine that as soon as you die, a movie immediately starts playing of your whole entire life. What parts do you cringe most at?

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  1. The worst? When I went through an extreme vampire phase (around 13-15), and wrote epic amounts of super cringe poetry. Compounded with a minor addiction to this ridiculous online vampire game, where you had to play pretty much 24/7 to not die from other people drinking your blood instead of vice versa. Then as the cherry on top of this cringe cupcake, I was also “adopted” into a vampire family based out of Nova Scotia. Looking back, it was 100% grooming, and I’m glad it never went further then just being “adopted.” I was (and still am) a huge Anne Rice fan, but omg the cringe. I haven’t thought of this in YEARS, and I’m pretty sure my blogger blog is still out there.

  2. You know what?

    I did some stupid shit.

    But I was young, that’s the way it is. You mess up. You (hopefully) learn from it and you move on.

    Reliving some of the dumb shit I used to do? That’d be tough, but watching a young me do it – knowing that was then and I thankfully don’t do that anymore?

    That’s not so bad. We all do (and did) that stuff. It’s ok to see it.

    Right?

  3. When I told a girl at school to stop threatening me (she kept pushing me and in general trying to start something) and she said, “Yeah? What are you gonna do about it?” And my response was…

    That I’d call my mother.

    I still cringe when that memory decides to randomly intrude on my day.

  4. I’m 30 so of course I’ve made a lot of mistakes in my life, but learned too. When I was 16, I bought three things from Arby’s in a single order, but I ordered them separately even though they would have made up a Value Meal for $1.18 less. I’ve never recovered.

  5. The times when I just took crap and didn’t stick up for myself, I didn’t want to be considered rude or disrespectful. So people walked over me, most of us don’t tell others off enough when they are disrespectful IMO. I want to have said ‘Fuck off’ many more times than I did.

  6. Probably my teenage years in the 90s.

    I dressed like a homeless Vietnam vet with a penchant for wallet chains, combat boots, and oversized fatigues for a few years there.

    The spiked hair and colored sunglasses really clashed with the motif.

  7. About from age 0-7 just from childhood stupidity

    Age 8-11 cause I was edgy as frick

    Age 12-14 because I at the point just became a huge asshole

    And that’s all so far

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