Have you ever violated a rule in your life?

@laydee (12815)
Philippines
August 26, 2009 9:16am CST
Did you get caught? Did you ever do it again? If you didn't get caught, do you still do it? I'd say I've broken a city rule since I've been jaywalking more than 10 times in this lifetime and haven't been caught. I think it's the laziness of just going the right way or perhaps the feeling that they won't mind since it's not a busy street. But still I know that it isn't something I should do. What about you?
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@jcj_111776 (3221)
• Philippines
27 Aug 09
Does using the bathroom of a model house without running water count as one?!!!It happened last 2002. My husband and I visited the house we were having built at a subdivision here at Bulacan. After that, we both badly needed to use the bathroom. It was a very hot day and we were drinking a lot of water.And we have travelled for more than an hour from Valenzuela to Bulacan. We couldn't find any available public restroom as the subdivision is still in the development stage. All you can see is an endless stretch of land with just several houses. Because I couldn't hold it anymore, I told my husband that we should try the Model House. He was actually horrified at first. And he couldn't believe that I will use the bathroom even without running water. I told him, I won't go back to Valenzuela without doing what I badly needed to do!
@laydee (12815)
• Philippines
31 Aug 09
whoah!!!!!!!! Cruel!!!!!!!!!! Did you at least put a note saying 'sorry'?
• Philippines
31 Aug 09
We didn't have to By the time we reached the bathroom of the model house, it was already stinky!It seemed someone beat us to it. Well, it was either the model house's bathroom or I squat under the nearest tree I could find.
@patofgold23 (5075)
• Philippines
26 Aug 09
not just a rule laydee........ i have broken sooooooo maaaaany rules in my whole life... i get away with it most of the time though........ when i'm in a hurry i turn left on a no-left-turn road....... i don't see any cops, so i went ahead. then I didn't notice there was a cop on the corner hiding or something, and he approached me and I pretended i didn't see the sign and I was doing this cute expressions and pretended to be innocent and stupid (it helps sometimess) so the cop forgave me LOLZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZZ oh you know what........there are just soooo many rules i have broken.......the list would be tooo long. but the thing is,, i get away with most of them/ if not, i get embarassed and I deal with it
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@laydee (12815)
• Philippines
31 Aug 09
Oh I hope for your sake that cop won't get to read this post hahahahahahaha..
• Philippines
31 Aug 09
lolz you're right laydee.... who knows some of these cops benn doing myLot too!!!
@dianmelydia (2272)
• Indonesia
26 Aug 09
Violating a rule in your terms is being criminal or only refer to being naughty? According to your example, i think you meant being criminal right? I think everyone even only once in their life must be ever violating a rule. No matter it's a serious rule or only society rule, there's alot of people who are not really care about a rule. Some people even saying that rules are made for violated. Perhaps it's true if the rule is made only for certain people's advantages. Even we are living in a lawful society, actually there's alot of people who practically can't be touch by law. Especially the rich people. So i think even though a rich man violating a rule for many times and he never being catched, it's not a weird thing. But on your example, i think you were just lucky. Perhaps at that time there's no policeman at there. But don't think that you will lucky all the time. So i suggest you don't to playing anymore with such rule. It's for your own good. Imagine how about if someday you're trapped into an accident? Who's false? Of course that's your own false. You break a rule so you must take the risk. It's just a small thing, a simple thing. If you're really brave anough to break a rule, why don't you try with a bigger one? Of course you won't do that because you know the risk for being catched is too high. Good luck for you and have a nice day. Happy mylotting.
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@jayrene (2713)
• Philippines
26 Aug 09
i've broken some rules when i was younger. i shoplifted (it was a chocolate bar) at a small grocery when i was in elementary, got caught the second time and never done it again... yes... shame on me , i was bad. with no mom to guide me then, was living with my grandparents for more than a year. i did some jaywalking too, but stopped it now as it is really dangerous, a car may hit me and it wont be the driver's fault.
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@williamjisir (22909)
• China
15 Sep 09
Hello laydee. I have to admit that I have ever violated traffic rules so far. Because sometimes when I ride my bike in a less busy street without much traffic, I just ride across it. When I tell my wife about this, she always criticises me for what I did and urge me not to any more. I know I am wrong doing so. Now even when there is no traffic when the lights are red, I will still wait for the green lights to turn on for the sake of my safety. I appreciate my wife's criticism. I should be responsible for myself as well as for my family who care about me so much. Thank you for the discussion, friend.
• India
6 Sep 09
I have been caught for not wearing helmet while riding my bike. But nothing serious than that. Sometimes going into the one-way roads was breaking the rule and the traffic police would be waiting eagerly for me on the other side. That's it. Nothing more than that.