Not my fault.

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@jstory07 (66039)
Roseburg, Oregon
March 18, 2016 1:11pm CST
When a loser makes a mistake he will bl aim everyone around him. He will make up excuses for everything and say that he did not do that. He will say that someone else did it. Not his fault and the loser will point his finger at everyone around him. He will say not my fault because I did not know how to do it. No one showed me how. Not my fault.
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@softbabe44 (5902)
• Vancouver, Washington
18 Mar 16
That's because they don't want to look like the bad guy.
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@jstory07 (66039)
• Roseburg, Oregon
18 Mar 16
So very true they never think they are in the wrong.
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• Vancouver, Washington
19 Mar 16
@jstory07 I think they are trying to convince their selves.
@louievill (18387)
• Philippines
18 Mar 16
Most losers are fault finders
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@jstory07 (66039)
• Roseburg, Oregon
19 Mar 16
Yes, they sure are.
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@Bluedoll (17071)
• Canada
18 Mar 16
Its good to make a mistake as long as it doesn't cost you too much. That is how we learn something. What does walmart have to do with making a mistake?
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@jstory07 (66039)
• Roseburg, Oregon
19 Mar 16
Nothing I just used that picture.
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@garymarsh6 (13506)
• United Kingdom
18 Mar 16
That is about right! It is everyone elses mistake apart from him!
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@jstory07 (66039)
• Roseburg, Oregon
18 Mar 16
So very true everyone else is wrong.
@Lazyblogs (499)
• Chandigarh, India
18 Mar 16
And mostly in their mind they can never be wrong ..but this in future affects them only
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@jstory07 (66039)
• Roseburg, Oregon
18 Mar 16
Of course they think they are never in the wrong.
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@Marcyaz (35695)
• United States
18 Mar 16
That sure does sound familiar as I know some people like that who are never at fault, so they say.
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@jstory07 (66039)
• Roseburg, Oregon
19 Mar 16
Those people are the first one that I would bl aim.
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@Marcyaz (35695)
• United States
19 Mar 16
@jstory07 Based on their saying I didn't do it makes me think they did it.
• United States
19 Mar 16
Right. So what brought about this declaration of blame? Something happen lately?
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@jstory07 (66039)
• Roseburg, Oregon
19 Mar 16
No I just like to come up with new discussions.
@Drosophila (16718)
• Ireland
19 Mar 16
the problem is.. if you do that well enough.. you will become very successful.. either as a lawyer or a politician mwhahahaha
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@jstory07 (66039)
• Roseburg, Oregon
19 Mar 16
That sounds really good. And so true.
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@abhaijith (2837)
• India
19 Mar 16
You are right. Loses always do mistakes and run away from the responsibilities.
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@jstory07 (66039)
• Roseburg, Oregon
19 Mar 16
That is one thing that they are good at.
@mom210 (6707)
• Atlanta, Georgia
18 Mar 16
I prefer people to own up to their mistakes, I teach my kids the same, I also have respect for those that do.
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@jstory07 (66039)
• Roseburg, Oregon
19 Mar 16
After working retail for forty years I could tell who did it just by looking at that person.
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@Corbin5 (102912)
• United States
18 Mar 16
Those who point blame at others must be filled with self-doubt on a very large scale. Infantile behavior for sure.
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@jstory07 (66039)
• Roseburg, Oregon
19 Mar 16
That is for sure.
@Micmac (8019)
19 Mar 16
Oh, those kind are so fake. They will usually say: 'the devil made me do it' instead of admitting it's their own fault and they are the real culprit.