Please feel free to post your experiences in here if you've made poor decisions in the past but you've been man enough to take accountability for your actions and made best of a bad time. Here's mine, I went camping down the woods with a mate of mine in the early 80's, we discovered that some of the older lads had made a swing that crossed the river, at the highest point it must have been a 20 foot drop into the water, I'd had a couple of goes of the swing while my mate got the bollocks to try it out. Eventually he took the rope in his hand and started to swing, I however had removed the stick on which you sat on so while he was fumbling for the stick to sit on, he lost his grip on the rope and instead of going head first into the river, he went head first down the river bank and onto the rocks in which he cracked his head open and required 15 stitches in his forehead and he looked like John Merrick. I often think back to that day and still to this day, laugh my tits off about it. There was no brokeback mountain experiences in our tent before you start asking. C'mon, show us your experiences of bad decisions that you quite rightly manned up to and don't give a flying toss about.