Did you ever say something you wish you hadn't - page 2

:o Hey there everyone. Did you ever say something you wish you hadn't to the wrong person. My cousin and I have been friends forever. Everything changed when I moved out of state. I hardly ever... Read More

  1. by   RNFROG3
    What about asking... "How far along are you?" "Oh, I'm not pregnant!"
  2. by   Tweety
    Originally posted by emily_mom
    At least your honest....which is a lot more than some others can say!!

    That's exactly what I was going to say. She asked you, and you told her. If you told the truth, don't beat yourself up. I know your upset loosing a relationship, but if she couldn't handle the truth, she never should have asked.

    Yes, I've said many a thing I've regreted. But the truth comes out the same every time.
  3. by   Tweety
    Originally posted by RNFROG3
    What about asking... "How far along are you?" "Oh, I'm not pregnant!"
    Then you lie. If I ask you "is my butt getting big". You lie to me o.k.?
  4. by   semstr
    Yes, especailly as I was younger, the words simply flew out of my mouth, before I had the change to close it.
    It is a bit better now I am older and wiser, LOL, but it still happens.
    You know if they gave frequent flyer miles for everytime I say something I wish I hadnt..... I could fly first class everytime I got on a plane.... Its said... You gave it your peace.... You meant it.... it needed to be said. Dont beat your self up over it... life is way too short , for you to allow every little tidbit to eat your life away..
  6. by   kids
    Originally posted by howie122832
    ...My husband is convinced that the filter between my brain and my mouth is non-existent!
    There is supposed to be a filter?
  7. by   baseline
    LOLOLOLOL............mine is worn out .........
    I was born without it.

    blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah.......

  9. by   NurseDennie
    OMG. If I had made use of a golden opportunity NOT to say ANYTHING, I know my life would be different and better right now.

    I've said yes when I should have said no, and I've said no when I should have said yes. I was so careful once to look... I don't know, however we look when we have feelings for someone that we're not sure has feelings for us.... that I rebuffed him.

    But then, I've been very open and forthright in another instance, and that didn't work out either. So there you have it.

    They say (or at least my cousin used to say) that you regret the things in your life that you don't do, more than you regret the things you do. I'm not sure if that's true with words, though.

    I know that I don't like to spend time with people who state THE TRUTH and act like that's a big virtue. Along the lines of "does my butt look big?" sort of thing. But I guess that's just me.