Question of the day

go to jailIf you could commit any crime and get away with it, what would you do?

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13 Responses to Question of the day

  1. mssc54 says:

    If there were no spiritual or legal consequences I would just beat the tar out of our kids biological parents.

  2. SKL says:

    When I was young, I always fantasized and dreamed about breaking into a really cool place at night. Like an amusement park or whatever . . . just to have a blast doing whatever I wanted for free. I also had this recurring dream that I moved into a house and found a secret passage to a fancy shopping mall or museum, where I would go and wander around at night.

    Can’t think of anything else illegal that I’ve really thought about doing.

  3. trishatruly says:

    I’d love to steal a cop car, a cop’s uniform, and badge, and drive around town, stopping people for stupid stuff they do, like tailgating, littering, driving too slow,and most importantly, driving while talking on the danged cell phone!! Ooo, that would be fun!!!

  4. Doraz says:

    I would like to smash into stupid drivers on the road, but not hurt them….just their cars!

  5. joanharvest says:

    My problem is I might get away with it but I couldn’t live with it. On second thought I could live with toilet papering the yards of all the dumbasses I come across. That would be fun.

  6. I would like to try illegal racing. You know, the kind of racing that takes place at the highway at 3am in the morning.

  7. Tosha says:

    Really.. I can’t answer this question.. You’d think horribly of me.. Completely horrible..

    I’ve done the illegal racing.. Its fun and a thrill!

  8. starlaschat says:

    No Banks? Of course I would never rob a bank.

  9. nikki says:

    Rob a bank or 2 or 3!!!

  10. SKL says:

    Oh yeah, write a big IOU instead of my tax check and send it to Obama’s personal address. And the due date on the IOU would be, say, 2069 – about the same time his “stimulus” might show its first positive effect (assuming that ever happens).

  11. Sue says:

    I can’t think of any! I’m not a law breaker and wouldn’t be able to live with myself either. I’ll keep thinking, but nothing comes to mind. Boring, I know!

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