Have You Ever Been Caught Stealing?

Post 115

Caught? No. Ahem.

The problem with me, is that I’m too clever to steal and yet too thick to get away with it. I confused myself there, so don’t worry, you’re not alone. I don’t get stealing. Unless it’s bread to feed your starving family, but this isn’t the 1700s and there are centres now where you can get food for free. You can’t get away with bread stealing and you can’t say that you didn’t know the centres existed. Or that their seats aren’t comfortable enough. They’re the excuses of a kleptomaniac. Stealing is wrong. Stay in school.

Of course, I’m sure the word hypocrite is jumping out from the sea of voices reading this. Sea? No. This site isn’t that big. I’ll scale it down. Pond. Yes. The pond of voices. Puddle, perchance? No, I’ll stick with pond. A small one. With fish. Eh? I have to stop being coy around the question. Nothing? Not even a pity laugh? Come on, coy – get it? Ah, suit yourself.

I’m not a hypocrite. I’ve never stolen anything. I do have a No Smoking sign, although I forget where I got it from but I know I didn’t buy it. So no, I’ve never stolen and therefore I have never been caught.

Have you ever been caught stealing, readers?

Ciao :)(:

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2 thoughts on “Have You Ever Been Caught Stealing?

  1. Nikki Wood

    My boyfriend asked me this question a couple of days ago, and, sadly, I honestly couldn’t remember. The only real time I remember getting caught for ‘stealing’ I guess was when I took my parents’ credit card and treated my brother and I to a $60 lobster dinner, which was delicious and definitely worth them screaming with the bill in their hands. I played it smooth with my boyfriend and naturally answered that I hadn’t been caught stealing besides his heart. Pretty sure he almost broke up with me right then and there.

    By the way, I’m Nikki and I’m new here. I like your blog :-)

    Reply
    1. theindeliblelifeofme Post author

      Hi Nikki, welcome to my second blog (it’s not a very big blog so most people are new here).

      I would’ve paid $60 for a lobster but one that was alive, like in that episode of The Simpsons. I would’ve called her Shelly and taken her for walks on the beach.

      That stealing his heart line was brave. Love your confidence.

      Glad you like the blog and thanks for the comment. Really appreciated. Made me chuckle.

      Reply

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