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  • #599473
    NYBD
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    What’s the meanest thing you’ve ever done to a person in your life?

    (If you’ve got more than one ‘meanest’ thing, please post them in separate posts. Thanks)

    #812180
    GumBall
    Member

    HUH? wierd thread!!

    #812181
    shmoel
    Member

    The meaning thing I’ve ever done is the time I ate the last piece of the favorite choclate candy of my brother.

    #812182
    Smick.
    Member

    Time to confess guys…

    I didn’t know there were any priests here in the coffee room…

    #812184
    deiyezooger
    Member

    When I threw an egg down 6 floors on the guy who was p…. on the wall of my apertment building.

    OK, I was only seven and my ten year old brother instigated me.

    #812185
    bombmaniac
    Participant

    hacked a youtube partner’s email account, gave away his contact list, stole his forum and userbase and i may have caused a bit of a mental breakdown ๐Ÿ˜€

    oh…and discredited him to many of his former fans

    #812186
    chanie
    Member

    Very strange thread. Why would someone answer that question and give ammunition to the ??? right before ??? ?????

    #812187

    I used to constantly call a classmate a horse, and make horse refrences

    #812188
    amazingirl97
    Participant

    Stole my brother’s candy and when he asked if I took it, I lied.

    #812189
    truthsharer
    Member

    I was mad at my sister who was in her room with her door closed.

    I went to the door and opened it up a bit and sprayed half a can of roach spray.

    #812190
    i am here
    Member

    hey! What was ur meanest thing you have done?

    #812192
    NYBD
    Member

    gumball: calling this thread wEIrd is pretty mean

    smick: huh?

    deiyezooger: oh my! what happened afterwards?

    bombmaniac: that actually is pretty nasty. why though?

    chanie T.: first step of te’shuva is admittance, no?

    truthsharer: are you her brother or sister… we used to do that with deoderant in the dorms back in the day but roach spray – thats just mean

    i am here: really really long story involving someones heart/emotions not sure if it is appropriate for this thread.. maybe i’ll ask my rebbe…

    #812193
    oomis
    Participant

    I am not a mean person, just average.

    #812194
    mommamia22
    Participant

    When a really popular guy rejected a girl I was friends with in a really public way (it shamed her publicly), and I did not stand up for her. I was a coward. I saw her suffer and my not standing up for her hurt her more.

    #812195
    mommamia22
    Participant

    I told my sister(when we were kids) no one would want to marry her with her temper (she once made a hole in my wall with the doorknob by smashing in the door when angry). B’H, she’s happily married. The jokes on me!

    #812196

    i am really sorry to admit this publicly but when I was a kid, I hit my little sister with my violin bow. I lost my temper.

    Then one other time, she was taking a nap on the couch, and I thought it would be sort of funny, if…I went up to her ear and blew my trumpet real loud. She didnt think so.

    Another mean thing we did as kids was call people up (before caller id was invented) and pretend we were some little kid they had in their life. Like when they asked who it was, I’d say “Guess” as if i was just being heimishe with them. So they’d say a name and I would say “yep”. THen they’d ask me how the wedding was, and what mommy was doing. And I’d answer all weird, not normal answers. and we’d tape record it and laugh for days listening back at it. We were like 11 or 12 years old.

    #812197
    Peacemaker
    Member

    That reminds me of the time in 10th grade I called a guy in my class up, with a fake serious voice, and pretended to be a NYPD Detective investigating a homicide needing to ask him some questions about his whereabouts the night of the murder. The call lasted about 10 minutes before he caught on.

    #812198
    NYBD
    Member

    oomis1105: so am i (“just average”) but everyone has done something mean (at least i would imagine so). have you never ‘hurt a fly’ ??

    mommamia22: lol. i’m [prolly] a year older than you and still not married so the jokes not just on you. and besides don’t worry it’s not you – don’t you know there a shidduch crisis going on right now! it just takes a little bitta time and a lotta bitta davening. also, mommamia22, what’s the continuation to your friends story?

    #812199
    NYBD
    Member

    always runs with scissors fast: i’d love to listen to some of those recordings!

    Peacemaker: did you ever make shalom…

    #812200
    Peacemaker
    Member

    I pretended I knew nothing about it, and he was never sure I did it.

    #812201
    bombmaniac
    Participant

    “bombmaniac: that actually is pretty nasty. why though?”

    some childish idealism and unrealistic expectations…its too long to actually explain

    i now run a forum which absorbed his user base.

    #812202
    walton157
    Member

    This one trumps all of you: One time while in a major discount store, I put a feminine hygiene product is a man’s (he was at least 70 years old) shopping cart. Imagine HIS surprise when he went to pay!!!! Of course I was with friends and it was a dare…needless to say that was the last dare they ever dared me!!!! We couldn’t stop laughing for days….Poor man!!!

    #812203
    Queen Bee
    Member

    I still feel really bad about this. When I was in HS, I created a screen name and pretended to be a crazy guy to my friend. She couldn’t sleep for days because she thought I was a serial killer and was out to get her.

    #812204
    Regesh
    Member

    When I was in yeshiva in Eretz yisroel one very late night[or very early in the morning] my roomates and myself took a phonebook and called the phone numbers of Arab names and asked if john was there-the ones who were not too disorientated to talk were not that pleased.

    #812205
    Toi
    Participant

    when i was four i convinced my younger brother to shmear pb & j all over his facw and hair, claiming that mommy would be so happy. needless to say, when she found out, she wasnt.

    #812206
    BaalHabooze
    Participant

    When I was about 11, I thought it funny to pull chairs away from guys right before they sat down. Usually it was fun and no harm came of it. But once I did it on s/1 with a bad back and he took quite a tumble. Felt bad that very minute. ๐Ÿ™

    My brother and I used to go around shul and tie men’s talleisim together or to their chair! THAT was hilarious!!

    When we were about 12, my bunk raided our counselor’s stuff in the middle of the night, and then went out and set up the camp shul in the basketball court, benches and all. Too bad it was raining the next morning:(

    aaahhhhh, memories….

    #812207
    MiddlePath
    Participant

    I, and one other friend, unfortunately took advantage of an extremely gullible roommate in yeshiva. I can’t even name everything we convinced him of, but a few things stand out, and they really caused him embarrassment. Thankfully, he has forgiven me.

    #812208
    mommamia22
    Participant

    NYBD,

    I saw that girl only once or twice afterwards. B’H she’s happily married. I think she saw me differently after that event. Too bad. She wasn’t wrong. She was too nice to say anything, though.

    I’ve done some pretty mean things on dates. Once a guy I was so not interested in asked to go out with me. I painfully agreed, and then stood him up after we made plans to meet at a particular place. I think he waited for a really long time. Yikes. I think I stood one other person up as well, who I also wasn’t interested in. It was so out of character for me.

    The meanest thing I ever did, that wasn’t known about, was get mad at my sister when she was sick with cancer. I came home from a date and found her sitting in our kitchen with one of those tight chassidishe snoods (she had lost her hair). We are not chassidishe, nor, do I recall, was she married yet, at the time. I was mortified for my date

    to see her and do a double take, and I was very angry at her for being downstairs. Thank G-d I never told her.

    It was mean, though, even though she probably didn’t know how I felt.

    #812209
    mommamia22
    Participant

    Ok, so I know my story is a downer, but please don’t let that stop you from telling your stories. I find it amusing and a good pick me up.

    #812210
    mommamia22
    Participant

    When I was in grad school, our professor was very late. All the students decided after the designated amount of time that students were required to wait that they would simply leave. I knew that if I were to stay, that the school would look at their absences differently. So I left with them. I later heard that he arrived late and was very upset. This is a professor who had come to my defense when my internship supervisor was harassing me, and told her I was one of the best students in the class. Yeah, right.

    #812211
    AlanH923
    Participant

    mommamia22 The story about your sister with cancer makes me sick.

    #812212
    mommamia22
    Participant

    Alan

    How would you like me to respond to that? Clearly, I too don’t feel very good about it if I mentioned it was the meanest thing that went unknown. I’m not sure why you’re telling me it makes you sick. To make me feel guilty? I already do.

    Maybe the meanest thing you’ve ever done was tell someone who lost a sibling that something they did (that they feel bad about) makes you sick.

    #812213
    brotherofurs
    Participant

    i remember tripping my little brother once just to c how it feels and then begged him for forgiveness right away cuz i realized how mean i just was!:(

    #812214
    brotherofurs
    Participant

    my mother used to say i had to eat my fish, and i really did not like fish. so i took the pieces she gave me and wrapped it up in a tissue and threw it out! ๐Ÿ™ and then told my mother i ate it..

    #812215
    brotherofurs
    Participant

    when my class got split up in elementary school and me and one of my friends was seperate from the rest of my friends, everyone in the class i was in, saw that we were like crying and probably felt horrible when they realized why we were crying and especially when my friend said sm like”cuz there’s no one good in this class!”. :'(

    #812216
    bortezomib
    Participant

    It’s almost Yom Kippur .. but i could say a mean thing that I’ve done that my victim has (thankfully) forgiven me for- it was recess in 7th grade, and my friend kept on provoking me . I have no idea why, just that i felt so annoyed at her that I poured the remainder of my bag of chips into her curly hair.

    #812217
    Smick.
    Member

    “deiyezooger

    Say my name 6 times fast. cmon. TRY IT

    When I threw an egg down 6 floors on the guy who was p…. on the wall of my apertment building. OK, I was only seven and my ten year old brother instigated me. “

    – Careful, you may date the guy one day… ๐Ÿ™‚

    #812218
    kapusta
    Participant

    Just heard this, didn’t try it.

    If you’re bored, put a note saying “sorry for the damage” on someones car. Wait till they come back, and have some fun watching their reaction.

    *kapusta*

    #812219

    NYBD, why didn’t you start this thread off by telling the CR the meanest thing YOU ever did? WHy ask for bad memories? This reminds me of a guy I dated for a while and right after he called it off, he asked me what was the most humiliating thing I had ever done. Like, right, I was going to tell him. and I’m not telling you, either.

    (Ok, I’ll say this post is the meanest thing I’ve ever done. That’s a lie, though.)

    AlanH923: mommamia didn’t even say anything to her sister or her date, she just wrote what her feelings were at the time. She deserves credit for not revealing those feelings until now.

    #812220
    Smick.
    Member

    Running with scissors fast: “Another mean thing we did as kids was call people up (before caller id was invented) and pretend we were some little kid they had in their life. Like when they asked who it was, I’d say “Guess” as if i was just being heimishe with them. So they’d say a name and I would say “yep”. THen they’d ask me how the wedding was, and what mommy was doing. And I’d answer all weird, not normal answers. and we’d tape record it and laugh for days listening back at it. We were like 11 or 12 years old. “

    LOL!!!! LOL!!!! It would be awesome if you could record it onto Yeshiva world news Radio!!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

    #812221
    Smick.
    Member

    brotherofurs

    formula 4 happiness: Attitude of gratitude, Emunah, Giving

    my mother used to say i had to eat my fish, and i really did not like fish. so i took the pieces she gave me and wrapped it up in a tissue and threw it out! ๐Ÿ™ and then told my mother i ate it..

    Posted 8 hours ago #

    seems like we have 2 liars in here, not just PBA…

    #812222
    NYBD
    Member

    bombmaniac: hmm… sounds interesting… what forum is this exactly? or would that be l’h?

    walton157: very cute. but… i dont think it trumps some of the meaner ones posted here (sorry, i’m actually not trying to be mean ๐Ÿ™‚ )

    Queen Bee: omg How is she? things like that can prolly haunt someone for decades!

    Regesh: cute

    Toi: lol

    BaalHabooze: 1. lol 2. lol 3. i did a similar thing but in Mechina/Mesivta. on rosh chodesh Adar(in the name of venahaphoch hu) i and a couple of buddies switched around all the tables and chairs to face the back wall in the BM at around 3am… to this day no one knows who it was. I called it Venahaphoch WHO?

    #812223
    Queen Bee
    Member

    NYBD, a few days later I asked her (on my screen name), “Hey, do you know who so and so is?” And she said, “OMG, no who is that???” So I said, “Me!” And she said, “Really??? I couldn’t sleep at night bec I thought some psycho was going to murder me!” Of course I felt terrible, but she forgave me. I don’t think I tricked anyone like that ever again.

    #812224
    commonsense
    Participant

    Mommamia, I think you should stop beating yourself up about what you thought about your sister. you are human and you had a human reaction. It would have been mean if you had actually voiced it, which you did not. Most people have some reactions that are a little selfish to many situations. It’s fine as long as your seichel overcomes your initial reaction and the other person does not ever know what you initially felt. I actually give you credit for being Ma’avir al midosov (hard to spell in english) and not saying anything. It’s not easy for the siblings when one is sick.

    #812225
    toomuch00
    Member

    Me and my sister poured salt on a slug once. And watched it shvrivel up sizzle and die. =( I felt so guilty afterwards that i promised to always treat animals well.

    #812226

    This story of mean I am about to tell bothers me very much and I am still haunted by it. I deeply regret my actions.

    Once I was friends with a woman who really needed my friendship in every way. She was bound for life handicapped in a wheel chair by Cerebral Palsy. Her speech was impaired, her daily living and her mobility.

    Anyways, one day I ran into her downtown as I was hurrying to get somewhere, and she told me that she was looking for someone to help her eat her lunch. She had had her homecare givers prepare her a lunch and gone out to a convention of some kind, hoping a friendly spirit would offer. She wasn’t able to even feed herself a sandwich. Every bite would require an assitant to literally put it up to her mouth.

    I said “oh thats nice. Good luck”. and ran on my way.

    What a stupid person I was. I missed out on an opportunity to do good for another person who really needed help. I am ashamed.

    #812227
    Queen Bee
    Member

    toomuch00, your story reminds me of the time my sis and I found a slug in our garden. We put it in a jar, took it up to our room, and then poked it with sticks until this green goo oozed out. Poor thing. We killed it.

    #812228
    kapusta
    Participant

    commonsense, +1

    *kapusta*

    #812229
    mommamia22
    Participant

    Ursula and common sense, thanks for understanding. It doesn’t take my sadness away, but maybe a little bit of my guilt.

    Always runs,

    What makes you smart and kind is your ability to look back at a situation and be able to re-assess it and choose to react differently (even if the situation or opportunity to react differently hasn’t arisen yet.

    #812230
    mommamia22
    Participant

    Alan,

    I’m sorry I was hurtful with my words. It was uncalled for.

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