Things you regret not doing?

Discussion in 'SMB' started by Brian Griffin, Sep 13, 2018.

  1. robbied1

    robbied1 Winger

    everybody has regrets
     
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  2. Was in a nightclub sitting between my ex (who I was with at the time) and one of her best friends, they were both rubbing my crotch. No idea why I didn't make more of an effort to take them both home that night.
     
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  3. Gala

    Gala Midfield

    I don’t.
     
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  4. robbied1

    robbied1 Winger

    You must have a perfect life then, i hate it when people say they have no regrets they are normally tossers, everyone has regrets its natural even if its just small ones
     
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  5. niceonemarra

    niceonemarra Winger

    I really regret not listening to people I should have listened to.
     
  6. Gala

    Gala Midfield

    You sound like a right dull bastard living in the past, I could have, should have is just that, only what’s in front of you matters.
     
  7. MackneyHackem

    MackneyHackem Central Defender

    Not leaving home and moving away for uni at 18.

    Not bucking a lass to keep my 100% faithful record intact despite being in a dead relationship and getting dumped by lass not long after.

    Sending a jacket back to the shop because I thought I was being too extravagant then it going out of production.

    Trying to squeeze out a fart on the night bus and having to waddle home.
     
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  8. :eek::lol:

    :eek: No man, there's a chick that I should have married but was a fool.:lol:
     
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  9. The Lonious Monk

    The Lonious Monk Midfield

    well fucking elaborate, fucker!
    :D
     
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  10. muggboots

    muggboots Striker

    Nah. The monumental fuck ups make for a better story.

    :lol:
    I sold him my Oval Beetle for Ibiza holiday money. :lol:
     
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  11. Not going in the RAF when accepted at 17.
     
  12. monkeytassle

    monkeytassle Striker

    Yeah but lower grade. National 2 was as good as it got. Never had the same confidence though.
     
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  13. Kevj

    Kevj Winger

    With the benefit of hindsight, I wish I’d worked away at a much earlier age. Doing it when you have a family and kids is difficult for everyone and you don’t get that time back.
     
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  14. Another regret for me was when I was in the army I applied to do RCB. I had the opportunity to become an officer in the Royal Anglian Regiment. In the end I thought I wouldn’t be up to it and pulled out of the process.
     
  15. monkeytassle

    monkeytassle Striker

    I was on rcb with a lad from rgj. Standout candidate.
     
  16. One of my biggest regrets sex wise was falling asleep/passing out after taking 2 leather clad girls home with me. Got into bed with them both, one started giving me a tug then next I knew I was waking up alone :oops::lol:.

    They were both downstairs having a coffee when I got up.
     
  17. This for me, small ones like didn't shag her, wish I'd not flogged that sort, as for big regrets, then none really. Left school with average GCSE's, managed to get a decent apprenticeship, never looked back, now sat in the Borneo jungle, seen/work most of SE Asia or there about's.

    Just about to post reply, then realised, the big one was not spending much time with my family, kids mostly.
     
  18. monkeytassle

    monkeytassle Striker

    It's not regrets for me. It's just stuff I didn't do.
     
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  19. Hindsight is wonderful isn’t it? Always regret my decision in some ways. Although had I gone for it I would never have met Mrs K. We’ve been married 25 years now and have a lovely son (most of the time) and we have a great life in Oz now. Swings and roundabouts I suppose.
     
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  20. Mickdundee

    Mickdundee Goalkeeper

    Not turning down my current job - I did it to save £200 a month on travel costs and reduce my commute. In reality I left an industry that I loved and is notoriously difficult to get into (hardly any jobs come up and when they do it tends to be internal candidates that get them - had an interview last month and a contact within that workplace said she was shocked at the person who got the job because they’d covered that role before and it was a disaster), work more hours and am constantly stressed out of my box.
     
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