I was a very angry teenager that actively tried to provoke people and drive them away from me. I have a list of things.
Ranking higher up is this anecdote: one day I was strolling into arts and crafts class, five minutes late as usual, with a coffee in my hand. I walked thru the whole room up to the teacher’s desk, where my place was, sat done and said nothing. The teacher was completely silent (as the rest of class) and glared at me every casual step I took. After I sat done she simply stated ‚You are late.‘ I, not looking at her, took a sip of my beverage and, thinking it was my turn to state the obvious, responded ‚Your blouse is ugly.‘
She was shocked and frantically started teaching, slightly confused.
About 15 years later I am very sorry. I must have ruined her week. Wouldn’t blame her if she cried a bit later that day.
I knew someone that is very religious,. and we were talking about religion and I told him without no doubt that jesus isn't a god, he's just a person cz he ate food. He was like so down, another one a Muslim also was talking about religion and I told him that muslims has no leader , so they don't have a god, he was also insanely down. Guess I have a fascinating influence.
I was at a party at my aunts house, there were quite a few people I didn’t know there. Got very very drunk, and when I’m drunk I really just say whatever the hell I’m thinking. So I was talking to some older guy, I very nonchalantly said I was gutted I had Satan’s waterfall because there’s some very fit guys at the party. He was confused about my comment, so I then had to explain that Satan’s waterfall meant period.
Found out later that he was a priest. Not only that, but he was my aunts brother in law, never met the guy so had no idea. Definitely brought shame on the family that night.
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