By thatsureshowedme - 08/11/2014 20:33 - New Zealand - Auckland
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#29 Even though being rebellious for the first time may be exciting and adventurous, there will be consequences no matter how big or small the rebellious act is. I've never once snuck out of my house because I knew I'd be paying a hefty punishment (and I didn't have anywhere to go really). OP's life sucks because she just wanted to try something new, but she also deserved it because that's the number one rule breaker in a mother's and/or father's house, and it could also be dangerous.
Yes you could get kidnapped at any time, fair enough. But if you sneak out and get kidnapped, your parents literally have no idea where you could possibly be. This is why there are rules in place. No ones judging OP for sneaking out, but if you do sneak out, you have to be prepared to deal with the potential consequences. OP deserved it.
The whole ideology of kidnapping someone is to make it so that your parents/whomever have literally no clue where you could be no matter if you sneak out or if they know exactly where you were beforehand. Kids get taken from their own property all the time even when following rules. Day or night, doesn't matter. Come on now... "My parents know exactly where I am right now so you better not kidnap me!" "Shit, the kid is right, movin' on!"
You're taking that a little too literal. What I mean is, if you tell your parents for example you're about to go to Starbucks or something, and on the way you get kidnapped. After you don't come home and your parents assume something happen, they can tell the police you were on your way or at Starbucks, which could help in locating where you could possibly be, or who took you. No one said that by telling your parents where you are that you won't get kidnapped, but the more you know, the better in these types of situations.
So who's the guy who talked you into it? Good girls don't do things like this without incentive.
You have to build up to be a rebel.... next time try something smaller.... like not putting the cap back on the toothpaste.