By groundedasfuck - 24/05/2014 20:24 - United States - Bessemer
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Life is short therefore you should sneak out and party? Underaged drinking is such a good idea (figuring if you have to sneak out you're still living with your parents and under 21), and even if you don't you can still get in trouble for just being there. Yea you may seem "cool" for doing it, but I'd rather be a loser and stay home then go out and party. It's not worth it in the long run. But that's just my opinion.
I'm not frowning at her choice to go to a party. I'm frowning at her decision to disregard her parents and what their wishes may have been. If something bad had happened to OP at that party, her parents would've been devastated to have woken and found their kid missing. When I go to parties, I'll alert my parents (we've established a lot of trust), and give them either friends phone numbers or general area if I'm not home by the next morning. My sister used to sneak out like this a lot, and she's had too many dangerous encounters. Life is too short, you're right, but no one is invincible to dangers of any kind. TL; DR- OP is not invincible, and something could've gone very wrong.
The only "sneaking out" I have done is going into the garage in the middle of the night and working on my server or a project. My parents only cared if i woke them up because the garage door was squeaky and their bedroom had a hole in the wall for an AC with a thin wood cover over it that went into the garage. Occasionally i had the music turned up too loud.
Problem 1) Stupidly sneaking out Problem 2) Stupidly setting up a weak rope ladder Problem 3) Being an idiot This brilliant plot was doomed from the start.
Jesus Christ, please remind everyone in the world to never pull a robbery with you.