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What was the worst thing you’ve ever done to someone? Or what did you do?

I hated when one of my cousins came over so when we were kids, my brother, our three other cousins and I played a trick on her. We were trying to play Pirates and stuff like that and then she will find of gold and then once she was in the closet, we locked her in. We couldn’t stand her. Yeah she’s family better does not mean that we have to like her. She’s annoying, weird and awful sometimes.
She is special needs. I don’t even know why it’s called “special” needs? She isn’t special. She’s not special. The human like everyone else but she’s just weird and abnormal. I hate when they are adults back then and now called her “special” because she is “special ed”.
Disabilities isn’t special.
Allelse · 31-35, M
The wost thing. Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm. Dunno. Nothing too terrible, I mean, with the things I often think about doing but don't actually do. Oh well, this one people always think is terrible. I got a self harmer who was sexually attracted to, to carve the initial of the first letter of my first name into her leg, as a kind of fetish tribute to me. But all the rough and violent stuff I've ever done with people has all been apart of mutual sexual fun.
BlueDream · F
You're an awful human being.
[@1220582,BlueDream] she would just think it's a good thing lol
BlueDream · F
[@980894,Jabulani] No doubt
She has needs that are unique.
You should talk to your parents about how they treat her makes you feel. [@1184578,JulesKittyKat]
JulesKittyKat · 18-21, F
[@14748,Zebrawl] I did
I hope it helped. [@1184578,JulesKittyKat]
RedBaron · M
You don't seem like a very nice person.
JulesKittyKat · 18-21, F
[@1050026,RedBaron] If course I’m not nice. I’m not a pushover. At least I’m honest with myself
CardiacKintsugi · 56-60, F
my whole family is special needs, so it's nothing special.

 
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