Question of the day

What’s the biggest thing you ever stole?

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14 Responses to Question of the day

  1. SKL says:

    A $5 ladies’ wallet that I wanted to give my mom for Mother’s Day. I felt really guilty about that. My mom liked it and used it. One day she asked me to watch her purse while she tried on a dress. Somehow someone snatched the wallet without my noticing it. So of course my mom lost her money, credit cards, paycheck, etc. Imagine how guilty I felt. I think that was the last time I ever stole.

  2. Laura says:

    A car. A 1977 Honda Civic, to be exact. Ok, we didn’t steal the car. We just stole the tires.

  3. Jenny says:

    Just candy & little things like that when I used to work at a grocery store- while I was at work and got hungry. Oh and lots of toilet paper during homecoming week to decorate people’s houses. LOL

  4. Sue says:

    Driveway reflectors. How dumb is that?!

  5. Joy says:

    I haven’t really stolen anything big but I did steal a bunch of candy and small knickknacks one day from a store when I was little. I felt guilty for years.

  6. Nikki says:

    A car from a dealership when I was 16, but I was not the one that actually drove, I just rode shotgun. I still can’t believe we did that! >< stupid teenagers.

  7. mssc54 says:

    I got caught siphoning gas out of a car during the big gas crisis in the early 70s. Actually got arrested for it too. That almost kept us from adopting. How friggn crazy is that?

  8. Phyllis says:

    Nope, haven’t stolen anything. Not even “borrowed without permission”. Oops, I recant.. I stole an ashtray from a hotel in New York when I was 18.

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