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    When I was in primary school (year 1 I think) me and one of my friends used to always go into the girls toilets, lock the door and then crawl out under the door, leaving the doors locked, so that when someone would go in to use the bathroom all the cubicles would be locked No idea why we thought it was funny or how we came up with the idea but we thought it was hilarious.

    One pretty bad thing I did was I had a little friend up the street and he came over one day (I was maybe 4) and asked me if I wanted to go play at his house. He only lived a few houses away and back then no one thought anything of letting little kids run up and down the street unsupervised. I went with him to his house, without telling mum. She eventually noticed I was gone and freaked out because she had no idea where I was. I feel a bit bad for that even now but I didn't do it on purpose, it just didn't even occur to me to tell mum where I was going...

    I never did anything really bad...well until I was a teenager anyway...

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    Darcyj-

    did you go to caboolture primary school by any chance?? Some kids did that at my school and i ended up wetting my pant cos i couldnt figure out how to get the doors open :/ in retrospect i was pretty stupid for no thinking about crawling under the doors. Lol. (i wont hate on you if that was you

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    I hid my mums engagement ring in my toy box coz I thought it was pretty... It got broken by a toy :/

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    My mum used to make my clothes when I was young and she once made me a pretty dress. I hated dresses. Really hated them! She made me wear it to my gran's house one day and as we were pulling into gran's driveway, I (sitting in the front passenger seat) reached into the glovebox, pulled out some scissors, and hacked the dress to pieces even though I was wearing it.

    Told her I didn't want to wear a dress.

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    In primary school (yr 4), I hit a boy in the shin with a Kanga Cricket bat (well, threw it at his leg) because he was teasing me. He got a huge bruise. When I got sent to the principal's office, I said I didn't hit him that hard & he wouldn't have bruised that badly or so quickly, so he must have already had that bruise. lol. I don't think I was even punished. I also used to talk a lot in class & get put outside in the corridor. If the principal came, I'd pretend I was getting something out of my locker so he wouldn't know I was in trouble.

    In yr 3, a girl in yr 4 (I was in a mixed class) convinced me to steal some coloured craft paper from the art room. I gave it all to her. When the teachers noticed it was missing they searched our bags & found it all in her bag. She told them I had taken it, but I lied & said she had asked me to go with her but I'd said no. I don't think we were friends after that. I'd only done what she asked so she'd like me, but buggered if I was going to get in trouble for it.

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    I set a fire in my bedroom so my Barbies could have a camp fire My mum caught me so nothing bad happened, but she was less than impressed lol


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    I used to get into all sorts of trouble with my older male cousins, best part was they would have their mouths washed out/smacked with the belt by our Pa but I would just be told I should be inside playing dolls with the other girls!

    We once collected sticks and started a fire, and then tried to catch our aunts cat (she has always had cats not kids) because she told us off for something. Thankfully the cat was very quick and we got busted pretty quickly

    when I was about 10 I played schoolhockey, I was the only girl and the boys would never pass me the ball. Well I got fed up after I was completely open near the goal and one of the boys hit it to another player who was covered......so I smacked him in the head with my stick! Mum was standing next to the boys parents at the time, she was mortified, I got a life long ban

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    I was a pretty well behaved child.

    The only story I could think of is when I was 8 I wanted to make my little sister (who was 5) a swing in a tree with some rope we had lying around. Any way I wrapped it around her and because she was to scared to jump I pushed her out the tree and all the rope slipped up around her neck and I almost hung her :/ luckily dad was not far away and grabbed a knife and cut her down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeySeeMonkeyDo View Post
    Darcyj-

    did you go to caboolture primary school by any chance?? Some kids did that at my school and i ended up wetting my pant cos i couldnt figure out how to get the doors open :/ in retrospect i was pretty stupid for no thinking about crawling under the doors. Lol. (i wont hate on you if that was you
    No, I've always lived in NSW, but it would be pretty funny if it turned out someone on here had been affected by my prank


 

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