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These People Are Still Facing The Consequences Of Their Mistakes Today

These People Are Still Facing The Consequences Of Their Mistakes Today


After finishing college, I stopped playing sports. I’ve always been a bit on the stockier side, but through high school and college I was very active in several team sports, soccer, volleyball, floor hockey, so I had a lot of muscle on me too. I didn’t do any kind of exercise (beyond just moving around for work + walking my dog twice a day) for 12 long years. I grew fat, unhealthy, and in poor shape.

I’ve been trying to work on that, but even when I could go to the gym I would be exhausted after 30 minutes of light exercise. I have hopes that I can at least be healthy (as I work to build up my endurance and tolerance for longer workouts), but I doubt I’ll ever be in the shape I was when I was in my teens/early 20s. And it’s entirely my fault too. I got lazy and I’ll be paying for it for the rest of my life.

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23. Everything but the bed

I got suspended for what had to be like the fourth time that school year and my dad took everything away from me, including my name.


Originally Published by – Rhiannon-Skye Boden

Original Source – www.eightieskids.com

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