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Updated on Sunday, March 16

#7027

QUESTION: If you could press Undo for an event in your past, what would it be?

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  1. My program sometimes. Although I love it, I wonder whether if there was something else that I would've liked better.

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  2. High school. I wish I was more open and social back then, instead of being a hermit at home and letting people get to me.

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    1. Same. Also my choice of high school.

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  3. i have many nights i would undo

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  4. would not do coop! not that important for my program and I did enjoy any of my coop terms, at best they were meh.

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    1. *did not enjoy

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    2. What program are you in?

      I'm in co-op (for an arts program) and I found it to be really useful. At the least, I think co-op is a good way to make some money, even if the work experience you got wasn't that relevant.

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  5. Orientation week! there was a really cute boy i should have gotten to know. Hes in a couple of my classes but it’s so hard to introduce myself now :(

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    1. Just go say hi. Seriously

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    2. ^this! do it :)

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  6. Meeting a particular someone.

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  7. Nothing really. I try not to live in the past. What is done, is done.

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  8. accepting my offer to uw

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  9. The past 4 years of my life.

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    1. everything since I turned 18 has been a trainwreck.

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    2. ^ 9a, same...

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    3. OP for 9 here. I feel you guys...

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    4. Everything since I turned 10 has been a train wreck, but it's especially worse at university. Every term gets off to a good start for the first 2 or 3 weeks, and then some sort of chaotic sideshow breaks out in my life and I can't go to class and lose track of assignments and readings. Does anyone else's life interfere this badly with school?

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  10. First girlfriend. When the first one cheats on you it kind of fucks you up for a while

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  11. I'd have been best friends with a different person in highschool.

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  12. Ordering that ham sandwich instead of the tuna and rye. I still have flashbacks.

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  13. I totally fucked a co worker who's married with kids.

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    1. Just one time, or you carried on some sort of relationship with said co-worker?

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    2. 14 Here...
      It only happened once. He tried to initiate more hangouts, etc. but I just moved on and realized it was a bad idea. I just don't want people in the industry I work in knowing I banged him.

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    3. Not to be disrespectful but who could you sleep with a man married with kids? Obviously he's at fault as well but that's gutty as fuck if you knew...

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    4. @14b I think your problem is that you were more embarrassed about everyone knowing you banged a coworker than you being embarrassed at yourself for banging a married man

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  14. I would take back all the texts I sent this guy. He doesn't deserve my attention or friendship.

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  15. Rooming with my best friend from high school in first year. Stupid decision that caused a lot of stupid friction and drama.

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  16. Getting hooked on porn at a young age. I'm over it now but the 9 years that it controlled my life were terrible.

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  17. Falling in love with this girl who played on the basketball team. She just loves the male attention where ever she can get it and leads guys on. Regret every second i spent on her. Used to care so much about her but she doesnt deserve it. Time to move on.

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  18. sleeping with my good friends exgf. Well, he was a good friend, I haven't talked to him in a long time. It was just an overall bad idea. They had a rough break up, and I may have kinda almost got her pregnant.

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    1. Better than actually having got her pregnant?

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    2. Ya, true, but would still rather not have had the whole thing not happen

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  19. I'd want to choose a more practical program (something that included strong emphasis on CS/programming) but I'd also want to somehow keep all my friends that I met in this one (science).

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    1. +1. I hear you. Ended up minoring in CS instead, and started to learn some languages on my own and built my own website. Since you're in science, you probably have the algebra and calculus course requirements done.

      Try taking some CS courses and see how you like it. It's hard, but fun.

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  20. cheating on my ex. i still hold so much self loathing and disgust for hurting him, even two years after. i wish i could tell him how sorry i am to have put him through something so terrible, and that i'm still suffering from it, as i deserve to.

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    1. I think you need to forgive yourself a bit. Living with that sort of really strong guilt can destroy a person. I cheated 3 years ago and told myself I ruined his life, but I forgave myself and moved on. He's also moved on finally as well

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    2. @21a You're pathetic. You and OP both deserve to suffer. Fucking cheaters.

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    3. ^Honestly, what they supposed to do? Everyone makes mistakes and you just live and learn. Its more pathetic to wallow and never let yourself be a better person in the future imo.

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  21. I wouldn't have given up my virginity to the guy that I did. I'm not hung up on the whole idea of virginity or anything but he really didn't deserve me and I should have had more self respect. He was just sooo stupid and that stupidity extended to me because I slept with him. For any other sort of relationship that I've had, I can think of reasons why it was important for me to experience what I did. This is the sole exception.

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  22. My first relationship. He kept cheating on me & then came back begging for forgiveness, saying that he loved me.

    I've had commitment issues ever since.

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  23. Wasn't so naive during the beginning of my first (and current relationship).

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