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Updated on Wednesday, August 13

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QUESTION: What's your biggest regret? And if you could go back to change it, what would you do?

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  1. Trying to act all "alpha" around a girl I really really liked.

    I mean, that's the only reason we fucked in the first place, but I scared her off by trying to pretend I didn't care as much as I really did.

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    1. Although, I wouldn't change a thing because I still got laid, and goddamn was she smokin hot

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  2. Not thinking long and hard about what I wanted to study while in high school. Instead I picked one basically randomly and have now lost tens of thousands of dollars in pursuit of a degree I don't care for and that I can't realistically complete anyway.

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  3. Attending UW is my biggest regret. Sorry, guys.

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    1. I liked this Uni in highschool. I hate it now though. In hindsight, I would still come back here. I don't know why.

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    2. I feel ya, 3A. I hate the campus and I don't like my program but if I had to do it again... I'd probably do it again.

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  4. For me, it's a tie between slacking off in math courses (I feel so dumb when it comes to math now...) or hooking up with a coworker. This coworker cheated on his gf of two years with me (I had no idea he even had a girlfriend until 3 weeks later), he acted like he really liked me and my feelings ended up getting really hurt. The whole situation created lots of drama, got me fired from the best job I've ever had (but not him...), and it left me incredibly jaded when it comes to men.

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    1. How did you get fired? I'm pretty sure this isn't allowed unless you started bringing all the drama into the workplace.

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    2. We worked together a lot, and he harassed me so much after the incident that I snapped while on the job. One day, my ex (who was completely awful) came by, and I was completely on edge. I asked my coworker if he could cover for me while I went into the back until my ex left. When I came back, the coworker told me: "you know, maybe your ex wouldn't have cheated or hit you if you were better at sex." It was completely unexpected and I just lost it in the middle of the restaurant. There weren't any customers in the store at the time, but it got so bad that my boss had to come break it up, and he had to let me go. Even two years later, that comment still affects me and I really wish that hookup never happened.

      It definitely wasn't fair, since we both got heated and said and did things we shouldn't have - so we should have had equal punishments in my opinion. But it was a restaurant owned by his family, so naturally there's going to be bias against me when it came to conflict between myself and any of the family members.

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    3. Jeez, that's aweful. Sounds like you were pretty unlucky with men at that point. No matter what is going on behind closed doors, a comment like that is a really shitty thing to say. Some people just can't keep their shitty little opinions to themselves.

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    4. @4b: If you haven't done so yet, I think it would be good for you to re-evaluate your taste in men...

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    5. @4d because it's her fault people were being assholes to her, right?

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    6. @4e: It's possible. Some people are just drawn to assholes and don't realize their own behaviour.

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    7. You should probably get better at sex then...quit whining like a little bitch and start gettin some d

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  5. That I ruined her life. Mostly, anyway.

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    1. Why are there so many guys ruining girls lives? When one is lucky enough to have a close female friend, he should treat the friendship with outmost care. I am still looking for my princesse...

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  6. That I didn't tell him I liked him straight out and instead spent months wondering until I was so friend-zoned it's not funny . . .

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    1. Did you wind up being with him?

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  7. Coming to this shit hole.

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  8. cheating on my ex boyfriend. hurting him was the worst thing i ever did, and even two years later, kills me inside when i think about it.

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  9. Leading a guy on for a whole summer and then falling for him after he got over me.

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    1. Classic.

      Why are girls like this though, seriously? How come we have to not care about you for you to care about us?

      I've been alive long enough to figure this out and use it to my advantage, but I sometimes feel like killing my heart was a bad idea. But hey, gets me laid!

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    2. Newsflash: both genders do this.

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    3. Some do, others grow up. Its all good guys, just find a grown-up to date.

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    4. @9c

      HAAHAHAHAHA, sure whatever you say

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    5. ^ wow there are a lot of butt hurt guys on this site who think they're so moral and would never do a girl wrong

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  10. Biggest regret was when I ran out of toilet paper in the stall at work. Decided to YOLO it and I had an itchy smell ass for the rest of the day.

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  11. Attending university when I did. I don't regret where I ended up and am far happier than I could have imagined. But in hindsight it was obvious the only reason I enrolled was to follow my friends

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    1. Isn't that the reason you do most things at that age?

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  12. Not being open and trying to make as many new friends as possible during orientation or first year, now I'm entering 4th year and it's very lonely. I haven't had the chance to experience all the partying, going out, or feel included in anything.

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  13. Not accepting admission to studies in the States. I often wonder how that would have turned out.

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  14. Not being more social during my time at UW. I struggled with social anxiety for most of my life and I told myself that I would try to be more open when I start university. I just finished my last semester and realized that I made no close friends during my entire time in university. They're all acquaintances that I probably won't keep in touch with.

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