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We all do dumb things and make mistakes. But one always stands out above all the others.

So what was the biggest mistake you ever made?

Lending Money To A Friend
Letting A Relative Move In
One Night Stand Pregnancy
Getting Married
Cheating On My Spouse
Dropping Out Of School/College
Getting Addicted To Illegal Drugs
Starting My Own Business
Investing In The Stock Market
Joing B&W and never leaving
Trusting anyone at face value
Voting for Obama
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Submitted by : TheAntidote
Submitted on : Feb 20,2012 11:06:34 am
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The Biggest Mistake You Ever Made In Your Life?

ballot number:140038
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Voted : Dropping Out Of School/College
Dropped out of college when I was offered a job making decent money. Now I wish I had that degree.
I'm not really sure and feel fortunate to have no really big mistakes to name. I do wish, however, that I'd have started college in the program that most interested me instead of doing what I believed my family wanted me to do. It all worked out how it should have, but a change part-way through school did add over a year to my stay there.
Voted : Getting Married
To my first (ex-wife)... and my second (ex-wife)...
Voted : Trusting anyone at face value
I don't define them as a mistake (mis- take) in that it is implied there exists some level of agnosia associated with a choice or action I employed, but simple ignorance, being unaware or unknowledgable of facts doesn't quantify as a mistake.

But there are times I go against my better judgement and blindly extend my faith to trusting people at face value only to rediscover what my better judgement warned me about: "People are a bitter disappointment to humanity".

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