Have you ever stole a loaf of bread? Or anything for that matter.

Have you ever stole a loaf of bread?
Or anything for that matter.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah I served several years on a French prison ship then had to make Jajvert a sandwich https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JEVago2PKn0

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous
    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Probably my favorite non-jap movie. I don't know why people didn't like Crowe's Javert, I think he did great. He is no Quast that's for sure but that'd be an unfair comparison.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I stole $10 from my parents and used it to buy a playstation store card so I could buy Symphony of The Night on my PSP

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I have never stolen food but I stole a ball when I was four or five because my mum wouldn't buy it for me and a month later, they store had gone out of business. Of course, I knew (even then) that the theft of one ball wasn't enough to put the store into the red, but I felt so badly about it that I'd never stolen anything from a store again. I'm pathologically honest about paying for what I get.

      Yeah, the only exception to my otherwise steadfast antitheft rule is when I was a younger teen and my dad took away my credit card for two months for some dumb shit I didn't even do wrong so I stole a couple hundred dollars from his bank account knowing he wouldn't even notice.
      In that case, I still feel I was in the right because I didn't do shit. I even accidentally put his wallet and card in the wrong pocket of his coat after and he asked me about it. I jokingly blamed it on gremlins and he didn't press the issue so either he knew he fricked up taking away my allowance* and being okay with me taking the cash from his account or he really didn't notice the missing $400 (2 months worth of allowance*).
      >* when I was 13, my dad gave me a credit card with a few rules, like not being able to get cash out with it or not going over $200 monthly (and no roll over so if I only spend $180 in October, I don't get to spend $220 in November; the limit is still $200)

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >13
        >$200 monthly
        >two months
        >stole a couple hundred dollars
        You have lived an incredibly privileged life, unless this is some form of monopoly money

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >privileged
          Yeah, I only realised that a couple years ago. I honestly had no idea my upbringing was THAT atypical until it was pointed out to me.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            Most "privileged" and "underprivileged" people are surrounded by people in the same social class growing up. I don't think most people realise how rich or poor they are as kids.
            I kinda did cause I was a (relatively) poor kid in Middle school/Highschool. (magnet school type deal, but not US)

            • 1 month ago
              Anonymous

              Yeah, that's exactly right.
              I never thought we were upper class, even after living like a pauper after uni for comparison, until way later. I always thought we were middle. As a kid, I went to school with the Roberts (family who own Comcast) and others like that so I was comparing myself to them because I didn't know anyone who wasn't significantly below my parents' income brackets to compare to.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        There's no such thing as "pathological honesty". Normal people don't steal things from stores. And normal people definitely don't steal hundreds of dollars from their parents.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >pathological honesty
          Not what I meant. While I try to be truthful, my point was that I'm pathological about not stealing, even accidentally. Last year, i walked out of a store with a case of eggs I'd forgotten to scan because it was under my gym bag so I turned around to go back inside to pay for it. I didn't even notice it until I was losing the bag with my groceries to pack into the car when I saw them.
          I understand other people would just not bother, and I don't judge them for it, but that's just not me.

          • 1 month ago
            Anonymous

            >losing
            LOADING

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        man that is a lot. I had a $20 allowance for doing chores and not pissing off my parents and eventually that was gone and I had to deliver papers when I was like 12-15, and work retail after school after that if I wanted any money.

        He may have known you stole it but if your family was that wealthy maybe he had a dillema - he may feel the instinct is partially responsible for his success and to punish you and have it taught out of you might be morally correct but realistically a bad move.

        • 1 month ago
          Anonymous

          >man that is a lot.
          That's kind of how I came to understand my "privilege."
          A friend and I were discussing when to start giving allowances since I'd just had a kid and he had two already. He said he had no idea but the $20 he got per week growing up wouldn't cut it today. I told him about the credit card and the $200. He said that it was a lot of money, especially for the 90s, but I said it was only $2400 per year, "Jack shit in the grand scheme of things" I think were my exact words. This experience coupled with another friend telling me I was "an out of touch rich kid" for saying my parents spent "only" $120k to buy me a house put things him perspective. The friend with the conversation about allowance said most families didn't have an extra $2k to give their kids annually in the 90s and the one with the house conversation said that it was stupid to assume I was middle class if my parents had a liquid $120k lying around in the 2010s to buy me a place.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    i don't think i have ever stole any food before

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Not food.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Bread isn't food? Are you nuts?

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    i stole candy when i was 6

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I did a lot of shoplifting when I was a precocious youth. Mostly magic cards, but I also stole a lot of junk food. I never did it for any kind of thrill, just because I was broke and wanted something. Its remarkably easy to get away with that shit. The real trick is to just look like you're doing what you're supposed to. An air of confidence in the actions you're taking. I can't count the number of times I just walked right out of a walmart with a bottle of soda and a sandwich or something in my hands and didn't even get a second look.

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    actually, I stole half of pound of butter and 3 packets of yeast yesterday. I only had $5.50 in the bank so I bought $2 worth of split peas, $2 worth of herbs and onion powder and a $1.50 jar of pasta sauce. I put the yeast and butter in my pocket, paid for the rest and left. Hopefully. I can make all of that last a while since I got 5 kilos of flour already for bread, pasta and tortillas.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I’ve told this in other threads before.
    Once I was walking home drunk at 4 or 5 AM and I passed a small market that had just received a bread delivery. A bunch of bread was sitting outside the market in plastic pallets. I stole as much as I could carry and broke off chunks and shoved them in the mail boxes and mail slots of every house I walked by until I ran out of bread. It was easily fifty houses

    In high school I used to steal the flavor powder shakers from Starbucks and powder the shoulders and backs of unsuspecting students. Vanilla powder was funny because it made people look they had awful dandruff.

    Stole an OG Gameboy from a kids backpack in the second grade and shoved it down my pants into my underwear. The teacher searched everyone’s backpacks and cubbies but of course didn’t find it because it was safely tucked in my crotch. How no one noticed a Gameboy sized bulge in a seven year olds pants, I’ll never know.

    Stole every single mouse ball from the computer lab in 8th grade and chucked them in the trash. School had to order like forty new mice.

    Stole a framed picture of Princess Diana from a bar by shoving it halfway down my pants and covering it with my shirt.

    And I have countless more. This was all decades ago and I swear I’m not a scoundrel anymore.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    did someone say seinfeld thread?

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous
  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    absolute masterpiece

  12. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    k I'm outta here

  13. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    At a general store as a kid with my mom I pocketed a pack of Starbursts cause I wanted to jump my mom with it at the last minute at checkout so she would say yes. I genuinely did not intend on stealing but I forgot about it and when I got to the car I felt it in my pocket and felt horrible. Told mom about what happened and she didn't care enough to force me to go back and return it, I wish she did

  14. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    A cousin and I each stole a tootsie roll from a 7-11 when we were kids but at the same time bought about $20 of other candies. We looked at them as samples.

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