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Are my parents right? Is he going to drag me down? Convicted criminal & a Law student watch

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    (Original post by sameehaiqbal)
    This is funny. Everyone is acting like they havent done a crime in their life?

    yeah everyones trafficked drugs, carried a weapon and caused criminal damage right? lmao.
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    (Original post by STEMisSuperior.)
    yeah everyones trafficked drugs, carried a weapon and caused criminal damage right? lmao.
    You're missing my point.
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    Listen to your parents.

    Probably the only time I've said that.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Problem is, he's an ex- convict. He has done 3 years in jail for drug trafficking, criminal damage and possession of weapons.

    Frankly, forget your future. This is just a big 'no thanks'.
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    Possession of weapons? Yeah, you probably won't live to reach your career goals.
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    Was the weapons possession a firearms or blade offence?
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    (Original post by sameehaiqbal)
    This is funny. Everyone is acting like they havent done a crime in their life?
    Yeah that is so shocking. You would expect 17 year old A-level students to have criminal records.
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    (Original post by lolakirk)
    Yeah that is so shocking. You would expect 17 year old A-level students to have criminal records.
    Not everyone here is a 17 year old A level student.
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    And then women complain there are no good men :facepalm2:
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    I think it's wise to just move on.. Your feelings will fade but his criminal record is permanent.. I wouldn't trust someone who has commited such a serious crime, it's just not sensible to allow yourself to be vulnerable to a person like that. Slowly cut contact in a safe way and move on, you'll be dodging a bullet
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Yea, he ****ed up, big time and he was in a better place. It would be so much easier to move on if I knew he wasn't a changed person trying to get his life back together.

    I just feel if I drop him it will be a kick in the face to him when he's trying to put his past behind him.

    Although my parents did say his past is his past and shouldn't impact my future. *
    Love is a drug, don't become a victim of this drug he's trafficking.
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    Try finding someone else who isn't an ext convinct like honestly surely you can do better than him
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    Not all criminals are gonna drag you down. It depends on what he did. Stole a can of coke, not so bad. Murdered like 270895 people, yeah I'd listen to your parents...
 
 
 
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