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    I'm not condoning theft. You shouldn't do it. I've stolen things in the past and I'm pretty sure many have (and maybe still are) too. Simply out of curiosity, what have you stolen and why? Was it an accidental theft? How expensive/big was the item? I've stolen things like stationary, cosmetics and magazines. Yes I know what you're thinking "what a bad girl: sexface:" But in my defensive, I was very young and carefree. Yes, I know, the things I've stole aren't exactly impressive. So I was just wondering...What have you bad boys and girls ever stolen


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    Apparently I stole a swimming costume when I was about 6. And thus ended my life as a criminal mastermind.

    ... unless pick and mix counts.
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    A chambermaid's virginity.
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    Iphone 4.
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    a woman's heart
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    Pic 'n' mix bruv.
    Im a straight up gansta ya get me.
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    Maddy McCain.
    LOL +rep (when i get some)
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    Maddy McCain.
    ... who?
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    A shiny red plastic ball worth 10¢
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    Apparently when I was about 2 I stole some kitkats and sat on them in my pushchair. I didn't know it was wrong. I haven't stole anything since.
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    ... who?
    You must feel at home in this thread.

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    (Original post by sango)
    You must feel at home in this thread.

    As must you. Pauline talks
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    A doughnut.

    But this wasn't a regular doughnut. This was a doughnut which was carefully hand-made with lots of decoration and icing all over it with sprinkles and it had chocolate cream inside with bits of chocolate in it and then some more chocolate in that and it also had cherries on top and it was nicely rapped in wrapping paper with lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots and lots of icing on top
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    (Original post by bramz19)
    As must you. Pauline talks
    What? What did she say?
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    A tube of Bonjela... seriously. I risked eternal damnation for 15grams of minty mouth lube.

    I worked in a corner shop and was only paid 2.50 an hour, so I thought I could make up for it by taking things I thought I was owed. I regret it now though. Shop owner was a complete ******** in my defence (hope he has mouth ulcers :awesome:)
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    A rather large yellow m&m's chocolate bin from Calais customs on the way back from a rugby tour in France. Good times
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    Obv Woolworths pic 'n' mix
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    A few bits and pieces of make-up (most expensive thing was probably Urban Decay eyeshadow) but mostly pens and pencils from W.H Smith if I'm honest. I think I did it more for fun than a desperate need for stationary.
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    Tiramisu. Accidentally. The sainburys self service didn't scan it. I only noticed when I checked the receipt. Man am I a bad boy.
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