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Jamie

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Whats the most difficult thing you've had to do in life?
 
Arch Enemy

Arch Enemy

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #2
Waking up in the morning to go to school.

EDIT: your comments make mine look like shit :(
 
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GDub10

GDub10

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #3
when i was like in 1st grade and realizing my dad was leaving my family
 
highflyerbmx

highflyerbmx

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #4
^ Say some words at my friends funeral.
 
pvbmxrider

pvbmxrider

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #5
watch my best friend drown surfing and being completely helpless.
 
Patrickk

Patrickk

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #6
listen to my parents worst argument ever.
 
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Quen

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #7
pick this booger
 
SDriot

SDriot

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #8
get caught with porn i bought with $5 my grandma sent me.
 
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mhoshii

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #9
filing for divorce from my now ex wife
 
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Quen

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #10
when i was 12 my parents let my sister and i decide if we wanted to keep living where we were and i had lived all my life, move an hour and a half away where the only people we knew were our grand parents, or move to new york where we knew no one. we moved an hour and a half away. it was a good choice, although i still love where we lived before. i would have hated new york.

then when i was 14 i had to decide whether to go to private or public high school. i chose private, where none of my new friends went. i switched to public after freshman year.

then last year i had to decide where to go to college university of california riverside, san diego state, long beach state, or fullerton state. i chose ucr, but i hated it. then i had to decide whether to stay there and transfer to the school i really wanted to go to after a year or go to the city college near the school i wanted to go to for two years. i go to city college. it's way better...

luckily i was able to get out of my bad decisions and make better ones, or at least the ones that make me happy. non are very serious, but it was hard at the time.
 
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ant1h3ro

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When I was 16 I came home from work and my sister told me my dog was sick. So, thinking it was something simple, I walked out to the garage where she was laying down. She was having trouble breathing and had snot pouring out of her nose. We had the garage door open so she could get some fresh air. But then, very very slowly, she got up to walk. We had gone inside real quick for some reason, I can't remember exactly why. When we came back out, she was gone. I ran out into the field next to our house looking for her. It was pitch black out and it began to rain. I finally found her laying down about 100 yards away from the house. She was still panting heavily and looked really bad. I sat down beside her in the pouring rain and began to pet her and tell her she's going to be OK. I knew she wasn't going to be. I told her that she had been a good dog, the best I'll ever have. Said I would never forget her no matter what. I sat there with her for about 20 or 30 minutes just keeping her company. Finally I realized what she had come out into the field to do. It was obviously inevitable; she knew it and so did I. So, the puppy that I picked out and named as a child was finally giving in. I said my good byes to her and walk back to the house overcome with emotion. That is definitely the hardest thing I have ever had to do.
 
Jeff_Healitt

Jeff_Healitt

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #12
Actually right now me and my girlfriend are going though an abortion. Simply the hardest thing we have ever had to do in life.
 
biketillidie

biketillidie

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #13
When I was 16 I came home from work and my sister told me my dog was sick. So, thinking it was something simple, I walked out to the garage where she was laying down. She was having trouble breathing and had snot pouring out of her nose. We had the garage door open so she could get some fresh air. But then, very very slowly, she got up to walk. We had gone inside real quick for some reason, I can't remember exactly why. When we came back out, she was gone. I ran out into the field next to our house looking for her. It was pitch black out and it began to rain. I finally found her laying down about 100 yards away from the house. She was still panting heavily and looked really bad. I sat down beside her in the pouring rain and began to pet her and tell her she's going to be OK. I knew she wasn't going to be. I told her that she had been a good dog, the best I'll ever have. Said I would never forget her no matter what. I sat there with her for about 20 or 30 minutes just keeping her company. Finally I realized what she had come out into the field to do. It was obviously inevitable; she knew it and so did I. So, the puppy that I picked out and named as a child was finally giving in. I said my good byes to her and walk back to the house overcome with emotion. That is definitely the hardest thing I have ever had to do.
Poor dog :( I love dogs, and they do become part of the family. No matter what you do, they will always love you.
 
kheridr

kheridr

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #14
the most difficult thing i had to do was make SALAD
 
Buhiko

Buhiko

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #15
When I was 16 I came home from work and my sister told me my dog was sick. So, thinking it was something simple, I walked out to the garage where she was laying down. She was having trouble breathing and had snot pouring out of her nose. We had the garage door open so she could get some fresh air. But then, very very slowly, she got up to walk. We had gone inside real quick for some reason, I can't remember exactly why. When we came back out, she was gone. I ran out into the field next to our house looking for her. It was pitch black out and it began to rain. I finally found her laying down about 100 yards away from the house. She was still panting heavily and looked really bad. I sat down beside her in the pouring rain and began to pet her and tell her she's going to be OK. I knew she wasn't going to be. I told her that she had been a good dog, the best I'll ever have. Said I would never forget her no matter what. I sat there with her for about 20 or 30 minutes just keeping her company. Finally I realized what she had come out into the field to do. It was obviously inevitable; she knew it and so did I. So, the puppy that I picked out and named as a child was finally giving in. I said my good byes to her and walk back to the house overcome with emotion. That is definitely the hardest thing I have ever had to do.
do i smell copypasta?

letting sophie go, and giving love a second chance... o_O
 
Samirol

Samirol

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #16
do i smell copypasta?

letting sophie go, and giving love a second chance... o_O
if it is a copy paste job, then google isn't finding it. My guess is that you are just being insensitive.
 
Buhiko

Buhiko

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #17
google won't find copypaste...
i just browse too much /b/, not being insensitive at all, if it's a true story then wow...
 
Wombles

Wombles

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #18
Move out of my dads house and live with mum and dad fighting for child support. See my grandpa passed away, See him at hospital smiley and happy, couple hours later he was vomitting and stuff, nurses told us to go home, hour later dead.
Sat next to his bed with my nan for 2 hrs, brushed his hair and touched his cold forehead at one point...
Carry his casket, say a speech for him, live without him.
 
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Charles

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #19
Try to keep a positive attitude when my dad was doing meth and my mom was drinking everyday and I had very little friends to lean on. That time in my life sucked.
 
matt69bmx

matt69bmx

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the most difficult thing you've had to do? post #20
When I was 16 I came home from work and my sister told me my dog was sick. So, thinking it was something simple, I walked out to the garage where she was laying down. She was having trouble breathing and had snot pouring out of her nose. We had the garage door open so she could get some fresh air. But then, very very slowly, she got up to walk. We had gone inside real quick for some reason, I can't remember exactly why. When we came back out, she was gone. I ran out into the field next to our house looking for her. It was pitch black out and it began to rain. I finally found her laying down about 100 yards away from the house. She was still panting heavily and looked really bad. I sat down beside her in the pouring rain and began to pet her and tell her she's going to be OK. I knew she wasn't going to be. I told her that she had been a good dog, the best I'll ever have. Said I would never forget her no matter what. I sat there with her for about 20 or 30 minutes just keeping her company. Finally I realized what she had come out into the field to do. It was obviously inevitable; she knew it and so did I. So, the puppy that I picked out and named as a child was finally giving in. I said my good byes to her and walk back to the house overcome with emotion. That is definitely the hardest thing I have ever had to do.
wow thats really sad. that just made me think how its going to be when that happens with my dog. i hope it never does. i feel for you (not in a *** way)
 

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